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Traffic Stop In The Keys Turns Into Marine Violation For 3 Miami Residents

Traffic Stop In The Keys Turns Into Marine Violation For 3 Miami Residents

BIG PINE KEY (CBSMiami) – What started as a regular traffic stop turned into marine violation after police found dozens of fish—some illegal—inside …
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New study looks at oil spill impacts

Photo: University of Miami. Several Gulf of Mexico fish embryos developed serious heart abnormalities following exposure to crude oil from the …
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For some fishermen, the one thing which is more enjoyable than the hunt is dinner! This article should have equipped you with plenty of insights to make your fishing experience a positive one. Use the advice you gained in this article, and the next fishing trip you take, will be the most successful fishing trip you have ever had.

In order to increase the number of fish you catch, check your hook and make sure it is sharp before you start fishing. If your hook isn’t sharp, the fish won’t be interested in your bait, and you won’t catch any fish. Have your hooks sharpened before departing for your fishing trip, so that you can devote your full attention to catching fish while out on the water.

Be quiet and patient. Fish can pick up even relatively soft sounds under water, so blasting a radio or talking loudly may chase them away. Plan to spend a significant amount of time sitting still in one spot. Moving around on the water too much won’t increase your chances of catching something.

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