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  1. This post is a bit late but I've finally gotten around to it. I just recently edited it based off Alex's recent etiquette post Last Saturday we took the boat up to the creeks in somewhere in Tampa Bay with my cousin and two good friends. We were getting skunked in the creeks for about the first two hours. After dealing with the cold and wind for a couple hours, we decided to go over to the residential canals. There, the bite picked up a little and we managed to catch a nice sized Snook and Black Drum within the first 30 minutes. The next few hours were a bit slow. After heading grabbing some lunch at a place on the canals, we decided to call it a day and head back to the ramp.
  2. This post is a bit late but I've finally gotten around to it. Last Saturday we took the boat up to the creeks in Upper Tampa Bay with my cousin and two good friends. We were getting skunked in the creeks for about the first two hours. After dealing with the cold and wind for a couple hours, we decided to go over to the residential canals. There, the bite picked up a little and we managed to catch a nice sized Snook and Black Drum within the first 30 minutes. The next few hours were a bit slow. After heading grabbing some lunch at Bahama Breeze, we decided to call it a day and head back to the ramp.
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