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As winter appraoches and the temperature cools down, the offshore fishing in north Florida heats up. The red snapper have been biting better than ever lately with limits occuring regularly. Along with the red snapper, their cousin the vermillion snapper (aka: beeliners) are biting really good as well. Big black sea bass are common during the winter months and they are here now. A charter I had a few days ago caught 65 black sea bass up to 3lbs. What a mess of beautiful white filets! Now is a good time to go fishing even though it could be cold. You will generate some heat when your rod starts bending so the cold weather won't be an issue any more! Keep those rods bent!

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Welcome aboard! Wow, that is quite a haul!

Beautiful fish.:icon_thumleft:

What kind of sharks are in that bottom picture?

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What kind of sharks are in that bottom picture?

Dem look like smooth/spiny doggies to me Sam, maybe a sharpnose!

Ain't nothing like deep dropping down a couple hundred feet and feeding doggies!!!!:evil3:

Keep as many of them doggies as ya want Buck!:blob1:

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