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Old 05-08-2019, 03:21 PM   #1
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I'm looking forward to my annual trip to Pensacola to catch some fish. Be there June 15th for the week. What should be hitting and where? Any suggestions?
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In June everything is biting. Offshore, nearshore, inshore. Even freshwater. Pick your poison.
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Sounds like there is no reason not to return to the dock with a cooler full of fish! Great. I'm looking forward to it (I was anyway). Friend of mine always says, "If you can't catch a fish, at least catch a buzz!"
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Sounds like there is no reason not to return to the dock with a cooler full of fish! Great. I'm looking forward to it (I was anyway). Friend of mine always says, "If you can't catch a fish, at least catch a buzz!"
As long as you're not the guy driving the boat, ain't nothin' wrong with that!

Red snapper season opens June 11th so expect plenty of boat traffic, but there's not much you can't catch that time of year.
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delayed until June 22nd... hope the reds don't get too much stress and stop biting. Wet lines by the 23rd!
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