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July to Sep, Big Snook time again

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Unread 07-10-2013, 10:42 AM
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Re: July to Sep, Big Snook time again

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peacock bass are in the canals a little south of Daytona Beach, and in the FT Lauderdale area.
gary
yes im aware of that. im not much of a canal fisherman however. i recently moved to vero beach after living in the keys for 9 years. so im learning the
indian river and the inlets in this area. i believe the state record snook for
legnth was taken near stuart rather recently.
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    Re: July to Sep, Big Snook time again

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    yes im aware of that. im not much of a canal fisherman however. i recently moved to vero beach after living in the keys for 9 years. so im learning the
    indian river and the inlets in this area. i believe the state record snook for
    legnth was taken near stuart rather recently.
    My trip will not be till next year, but I'm starting to get prepped for it right now. Ten weight setup will be done this time next month. I have threel, and the main question right now is just whatkind of line to buy. I am looking at the liquid crystal Cortland tropical stuff (not cheap!). I may pickup another eight weight rod this fall, if I can get a deal on a Scott G2 ($$$). I'm OK with the seven and eight weight reel setups, but may need one or two more spools. I'll break the big ten weight in on northern pike this fall, and maybe tiger muskys (particularly nasty creatures)
    gary
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