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    HELP A ROOKIE OUT #8325
    02/04/13 06:24 PM
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    I'm new to saltwater fishing, I got stationed here in Pensacola Florida at NAS for my training. I would consider myself pretty good at fishing..but the catch is all my experience is tournament bass fishing back in Texas. I've put my knowledge to the test here in base and it's produced a couple trout flounder and rays. Lots of small fish that a guy called croakers maybe? Just would like to be able to enjoy a day of catching some good size fish. Any information would be nice. Not asking you tell tell me all your stuff, I know how the forums work cause I'm on texasfishingforum also.

    Re: HELP A ROOKIE OUT [Re: USMCfisher] #8750
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    Check out this app called UFindFish there is bunch of Natural and Artificial reefs that they have marked out GPS coordinate for. http://www.ufindfish.com/

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