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Top 10 Spring Break Fishing Spots

Top 10 Spring Break Fishing Spots

Get out of the lingering cold by fishing and partying the days away in these hot locales.
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from Yoda wrote 5 years 4 weeks ago

Man that'd be an awesome trip to go to any of those places and fish, then you've got hte night life to keep you entertained in the evening

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from ibsqueak wrote 5 years 4 weeks ago

Must be great fishing if you are using a worm!

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from rrmont wrote 5 years 4 weeks ago

It doesn't take alot of looking to see that something isn't quite right in that pic.

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from bowhunter1 wrote 5 years 4 weeks ago

As far as picture 23 goes - DEFINITELY nothing WRONG with it. Except maybe that it isn't high def! GOOD call andersonjk4! You are one astute observer my friend!

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from bah1513 wrote 5 years 4 weeks ago

Nothing wrong with that PHOTO. Needs a little more GB so when I enlarge it it does look so digitized. Must be some great Fishing in CABO....

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from andersonjk4 wrote 5 years 4 weeks ago

Take a close look at the girl in the pink shirt in picture #23 (the last one of the Cabo pictures). Anybody else notice anything wrong. Wrong might not be the right word, but anyway. Thanks OL.

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from cpatrick wrote 5 years 4 weeks ago

While I am somewhat intrigued and impressed by the combination of the "party scene" and the "fishing scene" in this segment, I was disappointed to see OL state that fish such as "mahi, cobia and Spanish mackerel will ride the Gulf Stream into the area." Given the fact that the Gulf Stream is a current that takes warm water from the Gulf and Carribbean northward up the East coast of the Atlantic Ocean, fish don't ride it into the Gulf. Might want to do some fact checking first, but love the mullet toss reference. Big fan.

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from cpatrick wrote 5 years 4 weeks ago

While I am somewhat intrigued and impressed by the combination of the "party scene" and the "fishing scene" in this segment, I was disappointed to see OL state that fish such as "mahi, cobia and Spanish mackerel will ride the Gulf Stream into the area." Given the fact that the Gulf Stream is a current that takes warm water from the Gulf and Carribbean northward up the East coast of the Atlantic Ocean, fish don't ride it into the Gulf. Might want to do some fact checking first, but love the mullet toss reference. Big fan.

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from andersonjk4 wrote 5 years 4 weeks ago

Take a close look at the girl in the pink shirt in picture #23 (the last one of the Cabo pictures). Anybody else notice anything wrong. Wrong might not be the right word, but anyway. Thanks OL.

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from bah1513 wrote 5 years 4 weeks ago

Nothing wrong with that PHOTO. Needs a little more GB so when I enlarge it it does look so digitized. Must be some great Fishing in CABO....

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from bowhunter1 wrote 5 years 4 weeks ago

As far as picture 23 goes - DEFINITELY nothing WRONG with it. Except maybe that it isn't high def! GOOD call andersonjk4! You are one astute observer my friend!

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from ibsqueak wrote 5 years 4 weeks ago

Must be great fishing if you are using a worm!

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from Yoda wrote 5 years 4 weeks ago

Man that'd be an awesome trip to go to any of those places and fish, then you've got hte night life to keep you entertained in the evening

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from rrmont wrote 5 years 4 weeks ago

It doesn't take alot of looking to see that something isn't quite right in that pic.

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