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Roc N Rol wrote: »
Grouper season is still open in the Gulf, it closes in Feb.
amigho wrote: »
I suppose it actually has something to do with the Monroe county regs? If you are in fact correct, why are all these west coast grouperfishermen tossing them all back?
bite my bait wrote: »
Nicr catch bobby,any bait of choice? What did the cubera eat?
C-HAWK wrote: »
You should see how thick the ARS are in the gulf! Short seasons/no season, small limits and ARS everywhere.
Yankee Capts wrote: »
Now we have them them right in front of Key West. You can easily make a day of it getting 10 PP and be back by lunch.
seanhev77 wrote: »
NE FL is loaded with ARS like you cant even imagine. We too are catching them in areas where we havent caught them in the past. Normally on "the ledge" as we call it up here where the bottom drops from 160-180ft down to 180-200ft we dont normally encounter too many Red Snapper. Recently we have been catching them out there during the end of Grouper season. Even in areas where we normally catch alot of Mangos and Muttons we have been catching Red Snapper. Its hard to fish out of St Augustine anymore trying to target Mangos and Muttons as the Red Snapper are so thick you cant get away from them at all. SAFMC hopefully will allow some type of season for them in 2013.
Yankee Capts wrote: »
Lot of that going around.
Montezljohnson wrote: »
With so many fishing like snapper and grouper season closing what good fish is out there to fish for. I'm planning to go fishing with you 20 April is that a good time to go with you. This with be my first trip going out with you.
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