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Old 02-15-2017, 05:22 PM   #1
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Default Visiting Perdido Key in April; inshore guides?

I'll be visiting Perdido Key area first week of April and am inquiring about guide recommendations for inshore fishing. Likely a half-day trip-it will be my 7 year old son and I, and we are muskie and bass anglers. I have fished inshore in LA and FL (with guides and friends who live there), so I am experienced, but this will be my son's first go at inshore.

Like it to be productive catching with maybe a fish or two kept for the table (if laws allow).

Also, any recommendations on if we brought our own gear, where to go and whether renting a kayak or wading is an option.

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Old 02-15-2017, 06:03 PM   #2
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This guy always kills them in shore, we also have many other great inshore guides here.

http://www.pensacolafishingforum.com...-specks-784209

Wade fishing locations are many to choose from, and kayak rentals abound.
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Yeah do a trip with Josh Lim lim-it-out charters. He's a fishing machine.
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Capt. Wes Rozier -- especially since your bringing kids . He actually teaches you while you are fishing . He is the guide to the guides ! 850-982-7858
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