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Peacock Bass, Limestone and South Fl

MonksMonks Jupiter Posts: 1 Greenhorn
Hey guys! I am new to this forum and fishing in general but have fallen in love with peacock bass fishing. I don’t have a boat so mostly I drive around looking for canals that look promising and have a favorite spot in Boynton that I frequent with much luck. So here is my question.... I am Very curious about fishing in some of the more limestone waterways. I know Miami, Tamiami and Hialeah areas have limestone, but how far North does limestone run? I live In Jupiter so I’m trying to avoid the trek all the way down to Miami where I’ll probably be spending a good chunk of time hunting for appropriate spots I can reach on foot. 
Any suggestions? 
Anyway, thanks for your help in advance, I couldn’t find any info online! 


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