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Low Tide + Early Mornings = Tailing Bonefish

Capt. Scott Yetter
October 7, 2009
Little Torch Key - Saltwater Fishing Report

Been launching the boat before sun up the last several days.. It has been worth it.. Great sun rises, and lots of tailing fish. Later as the tide comes in and the water levels rise, we are looking for pushes and waking fish. It has been a blast! Tarpon and permit fishing continue to be stellar.

Had to realy coax my buddy Tom to meet me at the dock at 6:30 on his day off. He said he gets up early every day. My reply was "How often do you get to pole me into tailing bonefish." Some how it worked, Tom showed and we had one of the best tailing bonefish days I have ever seen.

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bonefish

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Specializing in fly and spin fishing for large fish in shallow water. Sight fish tarpon, permit, bonefish, redfish, cudas, and sharks in the crystal clear waters of the Florida Keys. Beginner to expert welcome.

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Sight Fish Charters
53 Treasure Chest Dr.
Cudjoe Key, FL 33042
Phone: 305-304-6132
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