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    #7635 - 07/26/12 11:13 PM Visiting Flordia from Texas  
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    SaltwaterSoul Offline
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    I am driving down the coast of Florida from Texas most likely all the way to the keys. I am bringing my fishing and free diving gear. Im looking for a little advise on where to fish and what to fish for. Im used to wading for reds and trout, and offshore as well. I want to get the most out of my trip, so any suggestions help. Thanks! Dillon P

    #7649 - 07/31/12 11:00 AM Re: Visiting Flordia from Texas [Re: SaltwaterSoul]  
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    Check in at Bud and Mary's in Islamorada. They have good fishing info. If you in the Keys you shouldn't have a problem finding fish.

    #7749 - 09/12/12 04:57 PM Re: Visiting Flordia from Texas [Re: gatorgar55]  
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    Hey Dillon, Have you made your trip to the keys yet?

    There are some wadeable spots but not like in Texas. I've done a lot of wade fishing around Rockport and Port Aransas in Texas. You have some of the best fishing for Reds and Sea Trout there.

    Wading will be good for bonefish and cudas. Bridge fishing will have more edible species. Boat time off shore is the best.



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