Miami101 heads Back Country for Fishing & Cigars


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My brother, and I headed to Flamingo to get my new Gheenoe out on the water.(Red Devil) Here are some photos of our fishing trip.

On the back side of Flamingo Snapers are in and hitting almost anything. I have not seen so manny hitting Top water lures, Trapon, always in, Snook very light only a small one. A few Lady fish, no Red fish in site. We did see a few Sharks hitting our soft baits no luck landing one.

Front side we got into some Red, and Snook's. We release all the fish in the photos. 8-)

Here we go:

Friday:

This would be the 1st time, and not the last time testing my new Gheenoe. (Red Devil)

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Flamingo Ramp:

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Welcome Party:

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My Brother on a Snapper:

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Small Snook, but any Snook is good for me:

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Heading back in:

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Over all it was a nice day even with the strong winds...[/size]

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  • 5 weeks later...

Hi

Again here is a photo of the boat: Gheenoe used for back country/flats etc.

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On the Cigars:

Monte 2 for the Drive to the location:

Little blend from a shop on 8 St. you can only pick it up at the shop.

1st part is strong, and blend into a noce light rum taste, then blance.

El Titan Bronze Gold

El Titan Maduro

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That fist welcomer looks like a croc more than a gator. The second reptile is surely an

alligator, but look at the head on that first one, and the coloration. Might be a bad angle

of a good gator, but I know you get some Salt-water crocs down in FL.

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That fist welcomer looks like a croc more than a gator. The second reptile is surely an

alligator, but look at the head on that first one, and the coloration. Might be a bad angle

of a good gator, but I know you get some Salt-water crocs down in FL.

hey, according to CSI Maimi, you have around 3000 local crocs that all hang around some power station because of the heat, till caruso turns up and sticks a tube down their throats to get them to spew up body parts.

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