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Saltwater Sportsman - - The Traveling -

Li­nesiders don’t tol­er­ate wa­ter temps below 70 de­grees for very long, so in Flor­ida many seek refuge up coastal rivers, deep res­i­den­tial canals, and cer­tain stretches of the In­tra­coastal Wa­ter­way dur­ing win­ter. If you’ll only set­tle for sight-fish­ing in shal­low-wa­ter, try the Ever­glades back­coun­try. In Belize, man­grove shore­lines ad­ja­cent to the mouths of coastal rivers pay off, and so do river bends up to a mile or two up­stream.

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