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Postby acsguitar » Fri Jul 28, 2006 5:04 pm

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Coppermine wrote:I'm going to Florida in two weeks and I'd love to go fishing for Tarpon, but supposedly you need a special license... or is that for Snook? Either way, Tarpon are the coolest fish.


Just go charter a boat and catch some Sail fish...

I love deep see fishing ;-D


Man, that's expensive! Big game fishing will put you back and you're not guaranteed a catch. It would be so awesome though, i have gone on some smaller fishing charters.


I've caught Mahi, Barracuda, and blue fish along with tiny sharks. My dad caught a white marlin on a trip a few years back.
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Postby Kingctb27 » Fri Jul 28, 2006 7:22 pm

LOL, that's pretty sweet!
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Postby Fireball Express » Sat Jul 29, 2006 2:22 am

Coppermine wrote:I'm going to Florida in two weeks and I'd love to go fishing for Tarpon, but supposedly you need a special license... or is that for Snook? Either way, Tarpon are the coolest fish.


It's not illegal to catch either Snook or Tarpon in Florida, though there are restrictions. To keep Snook you need a permit which costs about $2. It's illegal to keep Snook from June-August.

To keep Tarpon you need a Tag. This costs about $50 and you have to report any kept fish.

Where are you going in Florida?
If you're in the North Palm Beach area then check out the Juno Pier (990 feet long).
Good Snook fishing near the front. Out on the end is where you catch the sharks and other bigger fish.

Now I'm starting to get excited for some Florida fishing next month. :-)
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Postby acsguitar » Sat Jul 29, 2006 12:19 pm

I fly fish here in colorado. not really the same but still fun to catch trout. Other thatn that my only options are gunning down bambi and his friend bowinkle
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Postby Coppermine » Sat Jul 29, 2006 1:40 pm

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Coppermine wrote:I'm going to Florida in two weeks and I'd love to go fishing for Tarpon, but supposedly you need a special license... or is that for Snook? Either way, Tarpon are the coolest fish.


It's not illegal to catch either Snook or Tarpon in Florida, though there are restrictions. To keep Snook you need a permit which costs about $2. It's illegal to keep Snook from June-August.

To keep Tarpon you need a Tag. This costs about $50 and you have to report any kept fish.

Where are you going in Florida?
If you're in the North Palm Beach area then check out the Juno Pier (990 feet long).
Good Snook fishing near the front. Out on the end is where you catch the sharks and other bigger fish.

Now I'm starting to get excited for some Florida fishing next month. :-)


Visiting my folks in Stuart, near West Palm Beach.
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Postby Fireball Express » Sat Jul 29, 2006 3:22 pm

Coppermine wrote:
Fireball Express wrote:
Coppermine wrote:I'm going to Florida in two weeks and I'd love to go fishing for Tarpon, but supposedly you need a special license... or is that for Snook? Either way, Tarpon are the coolest fish.


It's not illegal to catch either Snook or Tarpon in Florida, though there are restrictions. To keep Snook you need a permit which costs about $2. It's illegal to keep Snook from June-August.

To keep Tarpon you need a Tag. This costs about $50 and you have to report any kept fish.

Where are you going in Florida?
If you're in the North Palm Beach area then check out the Juno Pier (990 feet long).
Good Snook fishing near the front. Out on the end is where you catch the sharks and other bigger fish.

Now I'm starting to get excited for some Florida fishing next month. :-)


Visiting my folks in Stuart, near West Palm Beach.


I know Stuart well.
My mom's in Juno Beach and my sister's family has a place at Lob Lolly, in Hobe Sound.

Juno Pier is a stone's throw away from you. Jupiter Inlet is pretty close too.
You can also try the Loxahatchee River. Rental canoes and small motor boats are available at Jonathan Dickinson State Park. Just watch out for the gators on the river.
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