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  • Birthday 09/04/1973

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    Marco Island, FL, USA

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  1. bb, you can't post pictures of 8" crappies from 4 inches away to make them look bigger
  2. Got out the last two days on foot and on my kayak. Friday afternoon I caught the incoming tide in a tidal lagoon area and did well. 8 reds and 3 snook in about an hour and then they shut off as the tide wasn't very strong so it didn't last long. Decided to take the kayak out for the day yesterday and the lack of tide flow made the fishing tough. Fished the same general area and ended up with 4 snook and only one red. The incoming tide was very week and not high at all so that made it tough. Last week I fished by the new bridge during the evening/night outgoing tide and did well, a 20, 28, and 35 inche snook. Fished until about 10 pm. All fish were caught on a 1/4 to 1 oz jig head with a 4 inch paddle tail minnow caked up with pro-cure inshore scent.
  3. Pro Cure works great down her in salt water and they have some walleye scent as well. I bought some emerald shiner flavor for opener this year. Can't wait to come up!
  4. I'm on the Gulf Coast and there are no tuna on our side. The east coast has yellowfin, but I'm unsure how far out you need to go. The keys have blackfin available but I know little about either area's.
  5. You can take a party boat out and get after reef fish like snapper, grouper, grunts, and porgies. Depends on open seasons as well, where are going to be visiting?
  6. Give captain Rob Kramarz a call at Chaos Theory Charters.
  7. It's great to have a FL forum. I moved here in Aug. 2010 and live in Marco Island, the gateway to the 10K islands. I will be sure to post and reports I have and if any FishingMN memebers are down my way make sure to let me know.
  8. Nice pannies there Matt, you still planning to come to Lida on the 11th? Shoot me an email when you get a chance.
  9. The "ropes" are cables that support the bunks that fold down from the side walls above the wheel wells. The "tape" on the door is actually platic bracket type coat hangers. There are 3 windows in the main part of the house and one in the storage room/bathroom. The one window closest to the oven is large enough for small window AC unit.
  10. The "ropes" are cables that support the bunks that fold down from the side walls above the wheel wells. The "tape" on the door is actually platic bracket type coat hangers. There are 3 windows in the main part of the house and one in the storage room/bathroom. The one window closest to the oven is large enough for small window AC unit.
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