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Old 07-07-2017, 03:55 AM
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Hey all. Anyone getting mahi outside Boynton inlet recently? Going to get out tomorrow should be nice out. If so how deep please
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Old 07-07-2017, 11:15 AM
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Join Florida Sportsman forum and checkout SE section
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been hearing to look for birds in 600+
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Old 07-08-2017, 01:32 PM
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Ignore Schmaltz and check out the SE Section of Florida Sportsman like suggested. It used to be a lot busier, but still has 20x the SE reports that are on here. You don't have to join unless you want to post, and it's free.
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X2 on the SE section ..Very few SE reports on here at all .
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Agree with Scmaltz. They really know how to kill a forum/website over at FS.

In this day and age its better to follow local drift boats and charter captains on social media that post frequently. Living on Island Time and Sea Mist are both pretty good. Mad Son in Palm Beach is also good. IMO

Edit: THIS website is awesome, but is not really designed as a local report source. IMO
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Old 07-09-2017, 10:19 AM
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Originally Posted by DarcizzleOffshore View Post
Agree with Scmaltz. They really know how to kill a forum/website over at FS.

In this day and age its better to follow local drift boats and charter captains on social media that post frequently. Living on Island Time and Sea Mist are both pretty good. Mad Son in Palm Beach is also good. IMO

Edit: THIS website is awesome, but is not really designed as a local report source. IMO
No doubt it was as much better at one time, but it's still better than here for local reports. We were just trying to give the OP a place where he could get local, up to date info. You had a personal issue over there with the mods. Probably undeserved, and as far as I saw, you just left quietly. There's no reason you should discourage someone else from getting info there.
For pretty much anything other than local reports, you're dead on.
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http://www2.palmbeachpost.com/newsle...ishing-report/

https://fishingbooker.com/reports/de.../boynton-beach

http://www.cyberangler.com/fishing-r...ida/southeast/

A simple google search turns up much better info.
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We found peanuts in 1100-1200 feet off Juno as well as a 30.6lb bull that took first place in the Big Dog Fat Cat Sailfish Marina KDW yesterday.
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Says the guy who got banned from FS. Why do you care where the OP gets info? He dang sure isn't gonna get it from you.

The Pravadas reports suck, just like the rest of the paper.
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Sure are some angry mods on this site.
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Cant catch him on the couch
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Well we may have another Woody Woods on our hands. He tagged lots of marlings from his couch
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got a few peanuts out front yesterday in about 600
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1000s of peanuts in 1600 ft. on Saturday drifted from Delray to Boynton picking off the bigger ones. 18"-24" fork, a couple that were a few inches bigger, all under 3 frigates (thank you new Furuno X-class radar), left the school with blue and yellow all around the boat.
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Get all the info you can then make your own decisions. If you got no bait in the water then its 100% odds you wont catch anything!
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Get all the info you can then make your own decisions. If you got no bait in the water then its 100% odds you wont catch anything!
I call that "fishing on credit" when yer bait swims off yer hook.
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Mods liking posts. Love that!

BTW - I crossed back from the islands Friday and there was weeds and rip lines around 13 - 15 miles out. I was tempted to stop and drag marlin lures but it was already getting late. Counselor, it was flat calm out there too. STAY AWAY.
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Originally Posted by mstyle8517 View Post
1000s of peanuts in 1600 ft. on Saturday drifted from Delray to Boynton picking off the bigger ones. 18"-24" fork, a couple that were a few inches bigger, all under 3 frigates (thank you new Furuno X-class radar), left the school with blue and yellow all around the boat.
Same here from Boca to Highland beach. Kept 16 22"+ and threw back another 15
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