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Old 02-08-2017, 11:52 AM
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Capt. Patrick Smith lays out some of the tips, tactics, and tackle that he uses with great success on these beautiful fish that will absolutely tear up your gear and sometimes leave you wondering what just happened. But no matter what, always seem to leave an ear to ear smile on your face: Linesiders On The Darkside: Fly Fishing For Snook At Night
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Snook are by far one of the most exciting fish to catch once they get up in the 30"+ size


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We visited Homosassa Springs Wildlife Park on a recent visit to Florida. There must be a million snook in the spring, which you can see from the surface or from an uderwater viewing station. No fishing in there though.
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We visited Homosassa Springs Wildlife Park on a recent visit to Florida. There must be a million snook in the spring, which you can see from the surface or from an uderwater viewing station. No fishing in there though.
Were the big ones there ? Live not far....... have seen monsters there.

Hey, Mike r/u SFF ? If not look into site see if outing is near you. Come fish & have lunch with club. Of just lunch.... guests are always welcomed.
Night time IS snook time ! Been keeping odd hours for almost 18 yrs now......lol. Can't help it. Be leaving in about an hour. Overcast all day should be good.

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Is this fished upstream, down stream or cross current? Swinging into the fish?I've read about fishing for snook in mangroves. It sounds like a little piece of heaven.
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