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    fishing Tarpon to trout

Who is fishing, needs:

  • a fishing license
  • a fishing rod
  • tasty bait
  • a cacher
  • a beach,
  • a bridge or
  • a boat
  • and water with fish in it

Who is fishing, needs:

  • a fishing license
  • a fishing rod
  • tasty bait
  • a cacher
  • a beach,
  • a bridge or
  • a boat
  • and water with fish

angeln3Fishing in Florida is part of the country such as walking to the Bavarian Forest. There is an incredible variety of fish species in the Sunshine State. Whether you begin immediately on the Florida Keys Islamorada, whose inhabitants call themselves "The Sportfishing Capital of The World", or in the far north in the Panhandle on a secluded fishing pier it's the first time you cast your fishing rod: fish are also here but only with patience, the right equipment and the right hot spot you will catch the fishes.

Florido License2Fishing in Florida is actually quite simple. You do not need a fishing license, we just need to get a fishing license. These are available in most Walmart supermarkets, in the Bass Pro Shops in Baits- and tackle shops or by phone at 347-4356. Who is fishing and caught without a license, must reckon with a high penalty.
Blue Marlin sheepshead1 snook Red Snapper Black Grouper1
         
Black Grouper1The black grouper (english Black Grouper) is a saltwater fish of the family Serranidae and an excellent food fish. He has an elongated, strong and cylindrically extending body. Its color varies from gray to olivgrünlich. The upper body is usually mamoriert dark gray to dark brown. The segments appear rectangular and are lighter in the middle.
Blue MarlinThe large Predator Blue Marlin belongs to the Marlins and lives in the open sea of ​​the Atlantic and Indopazifiks. He rarely approaches the coast. The German Blue Marlin has to an elongated, laterally flattened body only slightly with a long sword. He is bound by all spearfishing most of the tropical climate. However, the blue fish eyes and brain heat up, so it copes well in cooler waters under 21 ° C.
Red SnapperThe Red Snapper - also called Northern Snapper, belongs to the large family of fish Lutjaniden that occur in practically all subtropical seas as the Gulf of Mexico, the Atlantic coast of the United States north as Massachusetts. Snapper count for very species-rich order of cichlid species. The "Red Snapper" are predators and how all snapper reef dwellers.
sheepsheadSheepshead is a type of bream and swims in the 20 28 ° C to warm coastal waters of the Gulf of Mexico, the North Atlantic, the Caribbean and Central and South America. One finds the saltwater fish in areas with rocky ground, on docks, bridges, piles, artificial reefs and in mangroves.
snookThe Snook swims in the coastal waters of the east and west coast of Florida, the coast of Texas and as far south as Brazil. He is primarily a saltwater species, but also occurs in adjacent coastal fresh waters and brackish waters. The Snook is a genus of true perch.

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