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  1. flrockytop

    flrockytop Greenhorn
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    Anyone catch any strippers down in this part of Florida?
  2. mak

    mak Able Bodied Sailor

    I find they congregate at the local gentleman’s club... greenSmiley Laughing2::2
  3. flrockytop

    flrockytop Greenhorn
    Thread Started By

    That's the hybrids they come with crabs
  4. mak

    mak Able Bodied Sailor

    I don’t recall seeing any reports for Stripers down along the central east coast. Anything I’ve seen for Florida has been for the north, freshwater and rivers, and some in the Apalachicola I think.
  5. robthetimekeeper

    robthetimekeeper Swashbuckler

    fat-stripper1.jpg oh yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  6. Greenedog

    Greenedog Blackbeard

    We catch the hybrids(Sunshine Bass) over on the St Johns and Lake George sometimes. Chrome colored rattle trap type baits work pretty good. Also get them once in a while trolling for crappie, here's a clip of one of those times. Excuse my girl's language, she gets a little excited while fishing. :D

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  7. Bossman

    Bossman Moderator on Deck Staff Member

    UMmmm boy we stepped into that one.
  8. flrockytop

    flrockytop Greenhorn
    Thread Started By

    I have heard that they can be found at the mouth of the Escambia river. I've become a fair weather fisherman and its just been too dang cold for me. (I'm going to move to Florida). Also my fishing buddy passed in April and its not as fun solo.

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