krash wrote: »
Poseidon10/31 wrote: »
lol, I think Mag is looking for a kayak guide, and I'm not sure if there's any yaks that can physically support Bouncer... He is a legend tho. If I were you, I'd net some nice big mullet and go drift them right around the mouth of the Port Everglades inlet/jetties. There is some good tarpon action around government cut, miami too. I would take advantage of the mullet run and either fish the inlet or even ICW bridges with mullet. This will be your best bet for that big **** you're looking for.
On a side note, make sure your tackle is up to the task. I have been consistently catching tarpon in 20-50 lb range on my inshore tackle with no issues. Last week I hooked a 100+ lb **** that towed me 2 miles and broke me off on a rock. Usually the smaller ones will tire in 10 min and not try to tow you, but watch out if you hook a biggin. Have an anchor or drift sock to slow you.
greggl wrote: »
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