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    Fish Taxi Charters #7365 05/31/12 11:55 AM
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    Coming to Florida in mid July and have a trip booked with Fish Taxi Charters out of Indian Shores. Any thoughts or opinions on this outfit?

    Thanks

    Re: Fish Taxi Charters [Re: gef] #8159 01/10/13 03:43 PM
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    How about a report from you? Catch any?


    Molon Labe



    Re: Fish Taxi Charters [Re: Murrydog] #8442 03/07/13 08:22 PM
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    only 21 pounds of black grouper fillets, a red snapper, a flounder and my youngest son caught a 34" barracuda. Had a great time.

    Re: Fish Taxi Charters [Re: gef] #8445 03/09/13 10:37 AM
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    Not a bad trip at all, glad your son and you had a good time. Cudas are a lot of fun to catch, and smaller cudas are good to eat, larger ones can be dangerous due to mercury poisoning

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