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Old 04-16-2013, 04:36 PM
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Default Re: West Palm Beach Fishing

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Originally Posted by theboz View Post
Bimini twist ????????????????????????

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Not necessary!
No Bimini twist, Roger that.

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Originally Posted by Red Owl View Post
I'm North of there but as far as tackle an #8 wt rod if fine. Lot's of guys just use a piece of straight mono (10") for a leader for stuff like red fish. Rinse off the reel and rod well after being in salt water. If you wade there are sting rays so shuffle your feet along, don't pick them up and put them down.
Sebeastian Inlet isn't too far off- that may work.
Thank you for the tackle tip and letting me know about the rays.
I will keep it simple, 8wt Rio Outbound short, straight mono leader, and #6 deceiver, floating crab or shrimp flies.

I will Google the Sebastian Inlet and find out more about the place.

by the way, what did you mean by straight mono (10")? 10 Inch leader?
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