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is there good inland saltwater fishing in North Carolina about the last two weeks of march?

is there good inland saltwater fishing in North Carolina about the last two weeks of march? | Fishing Kahuna

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All Saltwater Fishing Reports: Week of 7-22-09

Trout are fair to good on the Louisiana shoreline on topwaters and Corkies. Flounder are fair on jigs tipped with shrimp around marsh drains.

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New pier opens to much fanfare

Now that the brand spankin? new Gulf State Park Pier has opened with great fanfare, those with the opportunity to experience this modern marvel need to become familiar with the rules and regulations of the long-anticipated facility.

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Gray snapper a hit at 61st Fishing Rodeo

BILOXI — The decision to drop tarpon as a category this year paid off for the Mississippi Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo.

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All Saltwater Fishing Reports: Week of 6-3-09

Trout are fair to good under birds and pods of shad on soft plastics. Redfish are good under rafts of shad on topwaters.

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Saltwater Experience 5 DVD Collection

Apr 28 2009

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An Official Saltwater Fish for Texas – What Should it Be?

The Texas legislature is considering which fish to use as the new symbol for Texas Marine Fisheries. Arguments put the redfish, seatrout, and even the tarpon at the head

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More Marathon Fishing

The predators won most of the battles today. Between sharks and barracuda the box looked pretty dismal. We lost ten or twelve nice bottom fish to sharks and ‘cudas. Even the King Mackerel we caught yesterday didn’t want to play for fear of reprisal. Finally, I decide to get revenge on the predators. We headed to the Rubble Pile to whack some ‘cudas. But the Hammerheads whacked the ‘cudas we

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Fishing Limits Worry Charter Boat Captains

(nytimes)–MIKE VEGESSI, the captain of the fishing boat Lazy Bones, still remembers the newlyweds who came aboard his vessel in 1991 and spent the time with their arms wrapped around each other. Then a fish struck their line. The rod bent so much that Mr. Vegessi thought the man had hooked a shark or a manta ray. What he pulled up was an 18-pound summer flounder as big as a doormat.  READ MORE

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Fly Fishing The Florida Keys For Tarpon, Permit, Bonefish, Redfish And Snook.

Flats fishing the lower Florida Keys…. It is solitude and shallow water every where. It is sight fishing from the bow of a skiff…searching for bonefish in crystal clear water… casting to in coming redfish…tailing permit…rolling tarpon.. It is dolphins and turtles…ospreys and egrets…cruising rays, barracudas and sharks…. Sight fishing on the flats, combines many of the elements of hunting and fishing. You see the fish, before you cast to it. Whether you are fly fishing for permit, tarpon or bonefish, seeing the fish turn and eat is a thrill. Florida Keys flats fishing requires focus and a good presentation to get the fish to eat your offering. It is some of the the most challenging and exciting fishing there is… For the shallow water angler, fly fishing or spin fishing, the rewards are great. The fish are increadably large, fast and strong.Posted By Watch Free Video Clips

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