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Yesterday morning’s air temperature was 56 degrees (that’s cold by Miami standards folks) making the bone fishing a bit tough in the morning but the fish woke up and got really active in the late morning into the afternoon. After <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" /><st1:time Minute="0" Hour="11">11 AM</st1:time> the action got good with numerous shots at schools of fish including a few schools of BIG winter tailing fish, the double digit kind. If you’ve never seen a school of double digit bonefish tailing their hearts out in shallow water you haven’t bone fished. We ended the day on a number bones both cruising and tailing. What a way to spend a winter day in <st1:place>Biscayne Bay</st1:place>!

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<st1:place><st1:City>Capt.</st1:City> <st1:State>Mo</st1:State></st1:place> Estevez

New Dawn Charters

305-495-7397

NSF15@netzero.net

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