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    Default Fishing and Camping In The Everglades

    Last week I camped and fished in the Everglades and Ten Thousand Islands for 6 days. It is a great place this time of year. The wind keeps the bugs away and the fishing is great.

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    Nice video, looks like paradise!
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    Great video, thanks for sharing !! That is something I've always wanted to do for sure. It looks like you have the perfect set up for the trip as well !!
    The finest gift you can give to any fisherman is to put a good fish back, and who knows if the fish that you caught isn't someone else's gift to you?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by specktacklure View Post
    Great video, thanks for sharing !! That is something I've always wanted to do for sure. It looks like you have the perfect set up for the trip as well !!
    Hope you get a chance to make the trip sometime, even if you never catch a fish (which is very unlikely) the sights you will see in the area are worth the trip. If you don't want to camp they have a motel at Port of the Islands and if you call the marina there they can set you up with a guide for the type of fishing you want.

    There is also some great fresh water fishing right along Hwy 41/Tamiami trail. Unfortunately the speck fishing there is not too good but you will find everything else plus some exotic species like peacock bass.

    Here is a link to another video I have on other things to do in the area:

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    Thanks for the info !!
    The finest gift you can give to any fisherman is to put a good fish back, and who knows if the fish that you caught isn't someone else's gift to you?"

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    Sometimes the best adventures happen that way. Looks like a great time. Thanks for sharing.
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    Awesome trip.....been to long since fishing the Gulf side, bringing back some memories with the Crevalle Jack
    crappie down !

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    Indeed A Beautiful Place, Did you guys try Kayak Fishing

    or Kayaking?


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    Wow, that was a cool trip you just took me on!
    I really enjoyed the video, thanks.


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