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Tanner Offline
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Posted: Feb. 17 2004,15:32

Check out OLN right now.
Miami is the place, peacock bass is the subject :cool:


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Posted: Feb. 18 2004,08:05

This show was on last night. 02/17/04 @ 6:30 PM
I'm sure it will be run again but not sure when.
I would bet that some of you long time locals would know the exact spots they were catching these fish in.
I did not.
If you saw the show and recognized where they were pulling these fish out of, please let the rest of us know ???
Looked to be very yakable  :cool:

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Posted: Feb. 18 2004,08:11

y'know, in the interest of increasing membership we should look at participating in some local tournaments. there's a group on the fla sportsman boards called swift (shallow water inshore fishing trail) that run friendly tournaments in the local area. i've wanted to participate but my schedule always conflicts. maybe we can get a contingency to enter and (hopefully) win. that would generate interest.

fyi, the winners of the fly fishing club's species contest (boat division) for the last two years were paddlers (1 canoe, 1 yak).
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Posted: Feb. 22 2004,20:21

So I didn't get this from a kayak but I thought I'd post it anyways. Hit the shorelines of some lakes in Miami on Saturday and got this one:



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Posted: July 26 2004,08:45

Here's a couple Perch sent me:

BTW, he says somebody transplanted a couple of 50 lb tarpon into this unconnected inland lake!





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Edited by Capn Jimbo on July 26 2004,10:55

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Posted: July 26 2004,09:06

I took those pics, those big arse Tarpon scared me, two bruisers went right under my kayak...
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FlatulentTuna Offline
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Posted: April 10 2007,15:43

OK..who wants to go an get some peacock??  Its Lrgmouth spawnin time...peacocks too.
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