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Florida Keys
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12/02/2010
Posts: 156
We are heading down to the Florida Keys next week for a change of plans vacation. We are thinking about hiring a charter and do some fishing, probably inshore for tarpon, permit, cuda, bonefish, etc. Anybody have some good suggestions for a charter? Any bad ones I should stay away from?

We are staying in Key Largo, but would be willing to travel.

TIA

Posted on: 3/12 16:36:25
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Re: Florida Keys
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12/18/2012
From South Minneapolis
Posts: 1987
Not a charter but we were down in the keys in december and booked a guide out of bud n mary's marina and had an awesome day of fishing. Maybe they have charters too. They are on isla morada

Posted on: 3/13 15:49:11
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Re: Florida Keys
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Thanks BB. We ended up finding a guy out of Tavernier, Captain Barry Hoffman. We head out Wednesday, so we'll see how he does.

Posted on: 3/16 7:22:57
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Re: Florida Keys
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We ended up going out of Tavernier with Captain Barry Hoffman out of flatsguide.com. All in all it was a fun trip, we caught a lot of snook and a lot of trout, and a couple of redfish. We fished the Everglades National Park, so that experience itself was fun. Was hoping to catch some bigger fish or some tarpon, but he said the tarpon didn't get there until about May. He is strictly a catch and release guide, so we didn't keep anything. He was a pretty good guide, knew what he was talking about, and took us where other boats wouldn't go.

Posted on: Yesterday 9:33:52
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