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Old 10-07-2012, 02:42 PM
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Can anybody recommend a guide in the Miami area. I'll be in Miami from the 10-14th and have decided I'd like to try out the fishing there. I'm mostly interested in bonefish and tarpon with an emphasis on tarpon but am interested in redfish and snook as well.
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Dave saddler turtlegrasscharters. Or Scott Hamilton the originator of the eat me fly. Flyfishing extreme
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Mark Hall. He's thought of as the best Peacock Bass Guide but he's a top notch Tarpon/Saltwater guide also!
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