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Evening Secret Blog – Key Largo Flats & Backcountry Fishing Report 10-16-06

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Summer is about gone and the days are getting cooler. Just right for fishing on the flats and in the backcountry.
In Florida Bay and Flamingo the Snook fishing has been good to us. The Reds have been cruising the flats. With the cooler weather and higher water the reds are closer to the mangroves. At least the bugs aren’t out biting like they were in mid summer.
For the rest of October we’re looking forward to catching Bonefish, Snook ,Reds and small Tarpon.
This past week fishing has been at i…


Scientists exploring offshore canyons for Atlantic deep-sea corals
Cold-water relatives of the showy corals found in warm tropical seas, these also harbor a rich variety of fish, sponges and other marine life. “The deep sea is not just this barren place — there’s amazing things that live down there,” said Martha

Wounded veterans honored at A HERO Dinner
HERO stands for American Heroes Enjoying Recreation Outdoors. Saturday night they were able to enjoy eating what they had caught on a deep sea fishing trip aboard the charter boat Entertainer. Check out this story on pnj.com: http://on.pnj.com/1oF5cYH

Devil and the deep sea
“They brought us back to zero,” said fisherman Khalid Abu Riyad, 50, on a jetty before heading out to sea before dawn. The United Nations food agency estimates 3,600 Gaza households are involved in fishing. Just under half of those have no other source

Deep-sea fish in deep trouble
A team of leading marine scientists from around the world is recommending an end to most commercial fishing in the deep sea, the Earth’s largest ecosystem. Instead, they recommend fishing in more productive waters nearer to consumers. Life is mostly sparse

Scientists call for end to deep-sea fishing
Industrial fishing in the deep sea should be banned because it has depleted fish stocks that take longer to recover than other species, according to a paper to be released this week by an international team of marine scientists. The article, published in

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August 17, 2014 at 2:00 am

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