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Old 07-22-2018, 10:24 PM   #1
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Werenít hardly a boat on the water either. Super windy and rain all around us
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Old 07-22-2018, 10:37 PM   #2
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Ima need that info, lol
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Old 07-23-2018, 07:17 AM   #3
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Where did you go?
I am excited this is the first report of the year that I have heard?
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Yeah, where did ya go??? Not exact GPS cords but general???
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Old 07-23-2018, 09:07 AM   #5
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Your cooler of scallops would have been a bad day 60 years ago at Saint Andrews Bay. Did not know how lucky I was with the Scallops,Oysters,Fish and Crabs that were available just a few blocks from where I grew up. Now days you can go through a $100 bill to have a meal I guess we just took for granted? A lot of difference in just a few families doing this and the hundreds of people showing up for the limited seasons.
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8 gallons, 4 person limit. Times have changed. We used to be able to go to St.Joe and fill a 5 gallon bucket per person in just a short while.
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Yeah, where did ya go??? Not exact GPS cords but general???
St.Joe , it was windy but canít believe there wasnít a boat on the water picking up!..............naw we down in Steinhatchee. Still got a couple weeks before it opens up there
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BTW, Sir, you are correct. I was born on St. Andrews Bay. It was a paradise. My Dad and my Uncle Pat used to slaughter them, and flounder. Crabs, oysters, fish galore. Nostalgia 'fer shore'!!!
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I've heard they've been getting a ton in Destin but you have to hire a guide to find the good spots.
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I've heard they've been getting a ton in Destin but you have to hire a guide to find the good spots.


Don't tell the FWC that.
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