Friday, February 4, 2011

Barracuda on the Flats

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Barracuda on the Flats

Half the time they look like floating logs, suspended in the water and barely swimming, but when a barracuda decides to move, it moves. So fast that, if you’re a baitfish, the carnage may be over before you know what hit you. If you’re an angler stalking the flats of Florida in the wintertime, though, sight fishing for cudas can be one of the most exciting games in town. If you have the patience for it.

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  1. A 7 or 8 footer seen while snorkling is pretty exciting too. Just don't turn your back on one and, by all means, don't wear anything shiny.


  2. Thanks for stopping by Mark!


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