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Sharks

sharks!
Contribute Originally contributed by Mike Potesta on 02/26/08
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Grass Carp


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Redfish


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Snook


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Tarpon


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Bass

Working an oversized worm with a yellow tipped pattern texas rigged across the front of some lily pads or an offshore weed bed can be fairly productive.
Contribute Originally contributed by TampaCountryBoy on 07/08/07
Last edited by TampaCountryBoy on 07/12/07


Catfish

When the water gets above 75 degrees. I like to fish in about 4 or 5 foot of water about 2 foot from the bottom. Whether running jugs, trotlines or boat fishing I always have the best luck using about a 5 inch bluegill.
Contribute Originally contributed by Beck on 07/12/07
Last edited by Beck on 07/12/07


Mackeral


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