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Florida Gar

AKA: Family: Gar

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Florida Gar

Florida Gar Specifications

Water: Fresh Where: Inland
Size: Most common at anout a pound up to 4 pounds with larger fish reaching upwards of 6 pounds.
Fight: A slender and small fish, not much of a fighter at all.
Deliciousness: Very Good
Range: Fresh Water Technique: Still Fishing / Casting
Baits: Baitfish / Lures Tackle: Spinning / Baitcasting

The Florida Gar is characterized by a long slender body, that is tan or brown along the topside with a lighter to yellow underside. Along his flank, running from nose to tip of odd shaped tail are brown or black mottled spot or splotches. He nose more blunt and considerably shorter than the longnose gar.

These fish are found in virtually all of Floridas inland waters, but ten to prefer the slow or still waters of creeks and streams.

Live baitfish make for the best natural bait, while the occasional spoon or crankbait may fool this fish and make for the best chance of hooking into with an artificial.

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