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The best of fall.

"Falling water temperature has triggered the earliest stirrings of the speck fishery, and a smattering of bass are starting to sniff around bedding areas. You may see a few early fans as these fish begin to stake out their spawning territories."--from the SW Spotter, p. 65.

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Robert and Chris Ihasz of Tallahassee at Holiday Parkin the Everglades in Broward County with Chris' bass on an 8-inch tequila sunrise worm.

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Dave Tyrrell with a fat red grouper caught about 40 miles off Captiva on a whole sardine.

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JC Carlson with his 53-pound cobia he caught bottom fishing off Marathon with his dad Jack Carlson.

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Title Annotation:ACTION SPOTTER: SPORTSMAN'S REGIONAL EXPERTS ON THE SCENE GUIDE YOU TO THE HOTSPOTS IN THIS EXCLUSIVE REPORT
Publication:Florida Sportsman
Date:Nov 1, 2016
Words:110
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