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May 09, 2011

Bob Mcnally

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The comeback is complete. Tampa Bay's restoration has resulted in the best permit, snook, redfish, seatrout, cobia and tarpon fishing in decades.
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Flashy spoons can catch fish when other artificials fail. Here's the lowdown on these simple, versatile, highly effective lures.
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Fresh water soft-plastics continue to make waves in the salt.
There are good inlets and bad inlets - and then there are those that are downright hazardous to your health.
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Rock-hole casting can provide fast action with snook, tarpon, stripers and other nearshore gamefish.
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Big-fish dreams come true at these five very special seatrout hot spots.
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When the diagnosis is lockjaw, these five experts can still make dolphin eat.
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Finding the Hot spots below the waterline is guaranteed to speed your search for fish during any time of year.
Salt Water Sportsman
Learn these three rigs to catch cobia for the season.
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A slow-running tide under a hot summer sun-it's tripletail time in Mobile Bay.