Dog Boarding?

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  1. uncleD

    uncleD Senior Refuge Member

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    Hey if you can do it each day!

    Sharky, I would think we could put you on some ducks. They might not be Illinoise greenheads or corn feed Canadas, but hey we don't get frost bit.

    Duke
     
  2. TheShark

    TheShark Senior Refuge Member

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    Thanks Uncle D!

    Whoo hooo

    I think I am headed to Marathon this weekend :D
    I will pack my trash out - promise :yes
     
  3. Floridaboy

    Floridaboy Moderator Moderator

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    Don't forget the bikini and to post pics when you get back. :D
     
  4. TheShark

    TheShark Senior Refuge Member

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    LOL

    My buddy said the same thing!

    I might take it...Doubt I will wear it :nutz

    Never know - I am shy when it comes to stuff like that


    Are you near Marathon?
     
  5. uncleD

    uncleD Senior Refuge Member

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    Fla Boy wishes he was in Marathon! He's up here in Actionville. Believe it or not, but it takes about 7+ hours to make it to Marathon. Due to knucklehead tourist jammed in traffic w/ the working stiffs and joy riders. The rush hour from West Palm to South Miami is pure Hell!

    Alittle off subject. You'll probably flying in.

    It ain't redhot down there now, but the Red Grouper might be chew on the reefs. Some strickers in the deeper water and back country might offer some permit or cobia. Maybe some tarpon. Maybe some tuna way out along w/ 'hoos and some other pelagics

    Later in the year, the Dolphin should be thick on the other side of Hawk Channel, the big yellow tail (snapper) will be on the patch reefs or on the edge along with Mangrove (snapper) and Muttons (snapper) and the tarpon will be in the passes. Bones show up when it warms up, too.

    Where in Marathon?

    Good luck!

    Duke
     
  6. TheShark

    TheShark Senior Refuge Member

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    uncleD


    I caught my first Cobia yesterday :) one inch short of legal

    MM #48
    The boat is out of The Hammocks Resort With Jeff Shelar

    I am headed back to Cal tomorrow to post a full report with pic's

    we might make it on the water today - if the wind slows up a bit... I hope...
     
  7. mottler

    mottler Elite Refuge Member

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    To cloudy this weekend Duke but they are there. It's gonna go off this week when it gets nice wed or thur.
     
  8. uncleD

    uncleD Senior Refuge Member

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    See ya on the water. Light winds tonight with sun tomorrow. :clap

    Hope we'll put a few in the boat. maybe you can raise us on the radio. "One Hung Low" channel 69.

    Duke
     
  9. mottler

    mottler Elite Refuge Member

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    I'll try from the house. I'm going thursday. I'll give them a day of nice sun to get swimming good. Round em' up for me.
     
  10. uncleD

    uncleD Senior Refuge Member

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    No hook ups. From Canaveral, we went SE outside of Sebastion by 15 miles. In 70+ ft and nothing. Alot of bait. Saw no rays. Got word that there were fish closer to beach. Moved in and North. Saw one with turtle which sounded. Another solo which sounded as well and another that was so used to baits thrown to it, it wouldn't bite. That's that. 7+ hours and no fish.

    A friend of my buddy's put 5 in his boat, but he worked the 50ft range in the green water.

    Duke
     

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