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The grass in that first bay (call it Boot Bay so the censors don't hit it..). comes and goes from year to year - but all of the fish are still up under the branches along the shorelines - or just outside those same branches...  Everything in the world is up inside that first bay but we're still running a roughly 70 mile round trip out to the gulf coast each day - and then north or south from there depending on what's happening...

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  • The grass in that first bay (call it Boot Bay so the censors don't hit it..). comes and goes from year to year - but all of the fish are still up under the branches along the shorelines - or just outside those same branches...  Everything in the world is up inside that first bay but we're still running a roughly 70 mile round trip out to the gulf coast each day - and then north or south from there depending on what's happening...
    October 14
  • tarponbro1
    Hi Bob, A quick question for you. Is there still a lot of grass in **** Bay? There was several years ago when I was a regular in Flamingo. A guy at Orlando Outfitters told me a year or so that the grass was gone? I hope not. **** Bay was a favorite place to fish for me. I could catch baby tarpon and snook just about all day sometimes. Please let me know what it's like there now. I want to come back and fish Flamingo sometime soon.
    October 13
  • b1gdog83
    I was wondering what your rates are to fish out of Flamingo?

    October 13
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