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Imagine a place where and you're never more than a few minutes from water. Imagine a place
where you can catch a hundred pound tarpon in the morning, a sailfish in the afternoon and a six
pound bass as the sun sets. Imagine a place where there are close to 100 species of fish for
anglers can catch. Imagine yourself in Florida and these dreams and many more fishing fantasies
can come true.
Fishing in Florida is easy, exciting and fun. There are so many productive places to fish in the
state it's not stretching the truth to say if you see some water and it's more than a few inches deep,
it's worth checking out. There's probably fish to be caught.
The fact that you can fish every day of the year adds to the state's attraction as a fishing mecca.
Your chances of catching what you want do vary with the time of year and where you're fishing
so if you are planning a trip check with a knowledgeable local bait and tackle store, marina or
fishing guide before you go.
Initially, our coverage begins with general fishing information and specific information about fishing in southwest Florida. The Florida Outdoors fishing pages will eventually cover the entire state with similar information.
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