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Old 06-22-2014, 01:37 PM
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Im starting college in the fall in Melbourne, Florida and wanted some suggestions on where to go and what kinds of flies to use from anyone who is familiar with the indian river, mosquito lagoon, and sebastian inlet areas. I am specifically targeting reds, spec trout, snook, cobia, and any other nearshore and inshore fish.
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Talk with Bill at Harry Goode's. He works there part time and gives fly tying lessons there once a month on weekends. Nobody knows the wadeable waters around there better than Bill.

Tell him Jim from Key Largo suggested you to talk with him.
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