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    New guy here!

    hey guys.. new guy here.. im a saltwater addict but i like looking at the freshwater pictures here.. i see a couple salt reports in there, and figured i could add some as well, to create a small bit of diversity

    I run Space Coast Fishing Class here in Brevard County FL which is an on the water, hands on, side by side, learning and catching experience.. People who want to learn how to fish the Mosquito Lagoon, the Banana River, and the Indian River lagoons can contact me and for a very generous price, learn all they need to know about catching fish consistently in our sometimes challenging to fish region. Our region is hailed as the Redfish capital of the world, as we have opportunities to catch redfish over 50" long, in 1-2 feet of water all year long. Our Redfish here are unlike any others you will find anywhere. They do not migrate offshore to spawn as all other Redfish do, they do so within the lagoons, essentially repopulating these areas year after year with this fast growing game fish. We also have a wonderful Spotted Seatrout fishery with the world record coming from this East Central Florida region! I look forward to posting many reports here! Thank you!

    Marc

    www.SpaceCoastFishingClass.weebly.com



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    Welcome aboard!
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    Just want to say very cool service you are providing! I have family in Florida and maybe I'll consider some lessons from you next time I'm in the area (if I can find some kayak rental).

    Do you fish for other species as well? I'm interested in the less popular ones like sharks, skate and rays, spanish mackerel, sand trout, weakfish...etc.
    Life List: 386 species and counting
    http://muskiebaitadventures.blogspot...cies-list.html

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    welcome to broad Afishionad

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