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  1. I have a lamson liquid 3.5 that would work for a 6wt or 8wt. It has backing and the color sleeve. It's a fully sealed drag so you don't have to worry about this reel getting damaged by the saltwater. http://www.waterworks-lamson.com/fly-reels/liquid/
  2. Check out www.floridagofishing.com for a bunch of public wrecks and reef GPS points. It would be a good starting point for you. Good luck man.
  3. Very well said BA! I think you hit all the points that everyone has been thinking about.
  4. Pam, you continue to push the limits of kayak angling!! You are a beast!! Keep up the good work and congrats on those fish!!! So awesome!
  5. There's been talk of that for years using underwater cages. It sounds like it's gonna happen really soon.
  6. Let's not even get started on that stupid fish brain APP. LOL. Everyone just wants everything handed to them these days. No one really has the fishing desire or passion to put in the time and effort to learn where, how, when, and why. It's sad but true. I think the saying goes, loose lips sink ships!
  7. Just a thought but if it isn't broke don't fix it...the old Johnson gold spoons work just as good if not better and the best part is the hooks don't break. Well at least I never had one break on me. They might not be advertised on flats class every 5 mins but they sure do work.
  8. I've never used traps for them and have always just gone out with a small net or caught them by hand. They are very easy to find and catch. I have got them by walking the seawall or wading the low or negative tides. Just about anywhere you see lots of bonnet head sharks you will also find blue crabs. Good luck with the hunt.
  9. There's def not a shortage on reds in the bay right now but getting those spooky fish to eat is a whole different story. My advise is to go out of your comfort zones and explore new spots/waters. This will only make you a better angler. Good luck!
  10. You will love it down here. That area is just loaded with good fish too! Welcome to TOF.
  11. Thanks guys! Pickgrin, the bigger sheep was from a family trip to the nature coast. It was caught on a fiddler crab using a pink barbie rod. Lol. We ended up keeping 6 sheeps that size and had a fish fry. The fried sheep nuggets were amazing!
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