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Rappin’ on the Wrecks

November 22, 2013
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Fit for a king: Artificial reefs and wrecks draw a variety of species, including ­marauding predators like this ­kingfish.
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Target the Quarry: Porgies hang on the perimeter of wrecks.
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This mutton snapper fell for a knocker rig.
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A nice catch of red grouper on a flutter jig.
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Pelagic wanderers: Blackfin tuna often take up residence over wrecks and reefs during spring and ­summer months.
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For the table: Fresh fillets are on the way when the wrecks hold ­red grouper.
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For the table: Fresh fillets are on the way when the wrecks hold ­mutton snapper.
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