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Old 03-11-2009, 09:09 AM   #1
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Default St. Pete Beach Offshore and Nearshore Fishing

I'm going to St. Pete Beach on March 25th for a few days and I need some information. I havepulled up list and maps of boat ramps around the beach area but I hoped someone would reccomend one they have had luck using. I have a 21' boat and plan to fish the pass for tarpon and offshore wrecks with my kids. I looked over the FWC List of Pinellas Co. reefs and didn't know if anyone could give input on which ones they have fished. It looks like most wrecks are in 40-50 foot depths with an occasional 80 footer max. What can you expect to catch? I appreciate any advice.
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