Florida fishing is on fire and the hunting is great

As most who follow my reports know I have been suffering from pneumonia. Thanks to excellent doctors & the thought and prayers of my many friends I am getting better. I am finding out that, at 75, recovery is much slower, but I will make it; too many stories to tell, pictures & videos to share, not to.
Speaking of sharing, thanks to Captain Dylan Hubbard, Mr. John Martin, Hubbard's Marina, and my good friend, Ralph, owner of Two Guys & A Hog, for keeping me, us, updated.
We in Florida are ready for the cold of Winter:
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As expected with the arrival of extremely cold weather, below 70, the fishing is absolutely on fire. This just in from the 10/27/17 overnight Florida Fisherman ll trip:
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We do not see too many grey snapper 100 miles off shore:
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The mangrove snapper bit was strong:
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It's often most difficult to get away from the 'endangered' American Red Snapper:
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A week ago the Florida Fisherman ll docked Sunday morning with over 50 gag grouper. This week looks just as good:
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In the money jack pot winners:
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The Flying Hub ll is also tearing them apart:
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Notice the bright colors in really deep vermilion snapper:
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With the first cold snap of the season not only are the fish on fire, but the hogs are hungry. At this time of the year many Florida Sportsmen dream about sights such as this directly from the woods of Perry, Florida's Best, Two Guys & A Hog.
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Last year I celebrated my 75'th birthday with a Two Guys And A Hog trophy wild boar:
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This year will be big # 76. Ralph, I will be good & ready!
Florida Fisherman ll and Two Guys And A Hog, hope to see you soon and often.
Bob Harbison Florida Outdoor Writers Association

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