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    Awesome secret spot in St. Pete... #2623 10/07/09 04:52 AM
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    I know an awesome spot for some snook in St. Pete. I don't live out there so if anyone wants to know... At the dog track on Gandy Blvd. there is a place where they warm up the dogs down a little dirt road. Find the road and go down to the end and find the big black pipe. That's the spot. If anyone fishes it, let me know. I'm interested in how good it is...

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    Re: Awesome secret spot in St. Pete... [Re: Bo Patro] #3722 08/04/10 01:18 PM
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    Fished it for years. Great spot smile

    We put spots on maps on our site. Sometimes it angers people who think they "own" secret spots, but that's stupid. We share spots a lot. If you want to see the maps, we keep about a dozen of them live on the site for anybody to use. But if you're registered you can download any of the ones we ever show.

    Look at the "Reports" menu on the left side and there's a "Fishy Spots" link. It's where the maps are. They're incredibly popular, and if you fish the area or intend to, they might prove very helpful.

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