Monthly Archives: November 2014

8 Days – 9 Lakes – Results

My Sparta, Ky friend, Rick Cayton, came for a fishing visit while the folks north of the Mason-Dixon line are going thru some heavy duty weather change…..While here WE also went thru a cold snap that dropped water temps back … Continue reading

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Where’s a nearby ramp?

The Florida Fish and Wildlife provides a listing of the 1195 freshwater ramps and photos of many starting at https://public.myfwc.com/LE/boatramp/public/FreshWaterRamps.aspx.  The screen shots below are an example of how to get to the boat ramp on Lake Miona. Jerry Lester

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Bill Brooker and Grady Maynard

Bill Brooker of Brooker Bait and Tackle and Grady Maynard, Bass tournament fisherman and guide, and Dora Canal Eco Guide Captain were guest speakers.  Here is a video account. Brooker Bait and Tackle is holding an event on December 13, … Continue reading

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Shuf Tames The Tuff Tsala Apopka Chain

Veterans Day 15 anglers, including me,  fished the Tsala Apopka Chain near Inverness with hopes of capturing fame & fortune….okay how about bragging rights at least. The day started clear & cool with air temp a balmy 49. My plan … Continue reading

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FWC hatcheries stocking 3.5 million freshwater fish, spreading a little ‘sunshine’

The timing of this information is perfect for the upcoming Freshwater Fishing Club visit to the Hatchery at Richloam on November 11th.  (See the “Meetings/Events” page.) October 31, 2014 Florida Fish Busters’ Bulletin November column By Bob Wattendorf The Florida … Continue reading

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