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Old 08-13-2018, 02:05 PM   #1
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Default St. Joe Scallops open this week end

i hope there's enough to make Jason a video of how to clean them. We gonna be there to find out.....................
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Old 08-13-2018, 02:15 PM   #2
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Any reports out?
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I will be there also. Getting to the Tiki Palm inn Thursday night launching from presnell's friday morning!
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We are going Labor Day weekend.
About 30 of us, and about 6 boats.
Most will be staying downtown Port St Joe, at the cottages across from the boat ramp.
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good luck everyone. we won't make it this year.
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Will get to the Cape Saturday afternoon. Where to start is the question.
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Will get to the Cape Saturday afternoon. Where to start is the question.
If you are talking about Cape San Blas, the water. If you are going with a boat, just ride around and look down until you see those purple eyes looking up at you, in St Joe Bay of course..
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Another year of wanting to go, but CAN'T!!!! Ahhhhhhhhh, I reckon next year!!!!
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Another year of wanting to go, but CAN'T!!!! Ahhhhhhhhh, I reckon next year!!!!
Looking forward to you joining us again, like the Manatee Trip.
We book the cottages very early in the year.
Haha, we take over downtown St Joe.
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Just saw the abundance survey from the FWC. Gulf Co. has a 8.1 count compared to a 2.5 last year and 4.8 all time. If this is correct there should be plenty of scallops to be had. I miss the annual trips to St Joe.
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