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« on: May 05, 2017, 01:44:59 PM »
Hello everyone. Darren here. I hail from Seminole, FL on the ICW. I have a 2004 Caravelle SeaHawk 200 with a single Yammy 150 Two Stroke. We are on the water just about every weekend that weather permits.

Sort of a newb to fishing, teaching myself as I go. My lack of live-bait well on my Caravelle, has forced me to really learn to fish with artificial lures. Having a ton of luck with the Vudu Shrimp / Cajun Thunder inshore, and Rapala X-Rap Magnum 30s off shore.

I came across this forum as more of a knowledge center for our local area. Looking forward to linking up with some of you and wetting some hooks!

Tight Lines!



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Re: New to the Forum
« Reply #1 on: May 05, 2017, 04:33:38 PM »
Welcome to the site Darren leaving for mi in a few days. I'll trolling for walleye on the bay and lake Erie.



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