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Old 11-17-2019, 09:47 PM
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Where as our west coast Florida gathering was squashed by that
pesky red tide crap, we need to focus on a spring ding gathering in
the Sunshine state....

East coast, West coast or Panhandle ????

Lets make it a "BIG' one as 2020 will be a great year !!

Suggestion time begins, the sooner the better to get locked in ....
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The sooner the better as to leave the summer open for our Bahamas MOAG II. Anyone interested in trying our luck a second time at T3’s???

Once we get input on locations and times from our crew, I can post a poll....
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Danny, I do not think the Bahama's will be back together by then...
Most every where we are used to there is GONE !!
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My preference would be east coast as just about everything is closed on the west coast as far as fishing goes. East coast spring offers blue water and bottom fishing for gags starts May 1st. I'm kind of partial to Sebastian and the campground is good. I would be staying at the Sportsmans and can reserve the pavilion for our group. Lots of option in the area.

I also wouldn't mind St Augustine or south of there some. Anywhere within reasonable distance from an inlet would be good.
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Danny, I do not think the Bahama's will be back together by then...
Most every where we are used to there is GONE !!
Yep, I saw some recent drone footage and lots of shipping containers have been brought in for shelter in the hardest hit. Unless we were just going over to provide supplies or assistance it wouldn't be much of a vacation scene.
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Was looking at Capt Hiram's just up the street from Sportsman's...
A little pricey, but they do weekend rentals...
Looked at 05/01/2020 for dates, was open as of now...
What say you all ?
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Was looking at Capt Hiram's just up the street from Sportsman's...
A little pricey, but they do weekend rentals...
Looked at 05/01/2020 for dates, was open as of now...
What say you all ?
I can probably make this one on that date(s). I like the East Coast spring and West coast fall schedule.

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I'm digging it and will probably be there for two weeks.
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Last year the trolling was on fire and Ron's grandson got personnel best wahoo and tuna in just 120' of water. I will be able to provide some help to folks coming that are not familiar with the area on places offshore to fish if the group goes in this direction.
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I was looking up and down the coast on sat maps and really didn't see a whole lot that seams to fit the venu. The no dockside inn has docks now and it looks like they raised prices as well. Capt Hirams is doable if you can get a room on water, otherwise you have to go across the street.
Think the Sportsmans is the best,alas,they only reserve for a week or more. They do take walk ups, but that is very iffy. They are filled now and it seems there are a lot of people that are still there after season.
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