FlatsFrenzy wrote: »
We have about 6 gallons of frozen scallops in the freezer. The bay scallops are smaller, but you make up for it with quantity.
ericf wrote: »
You can move around and fish different waters every day for the rest of your life and not see it all. Or, you can fish Tampa Bay for the rest of your life and not uncover every secret.
What do you prefer? Endless exploration? Or uncovering and following productive patterns with little new discoveries in already known-to-you areas?
It should also be mentioned that travel time in FL is longer than most people from up north think (in my experience). In the Tampa area you will be fairly central, but plug in some popular destinations to a maps app or website and see what the drive times are. With a 2 hour radius, you chop off a lot of area.
The same could also go for bass fishing really. The amount of fishable water in Florida is mind-boggling. You couldn't see it all in a lifetime. Like Keith (bluefishinny) above, I grew up fishing inshore and bass in south FL, and have slowly branched out from there (and moved a bit). Even fishing those smaller inland waters as much as we both did, I'm sure there were things right there that we never discovered.
Cool discussion, and the answer makes you ask philosophical questions about yourself.
Jack Hexter wrote: »
BTW, Wade What's all that white stuff?? :huh