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By varying the jerkbaits size, shape and color, you can mimic almost the entire, diet of the Florida largemouth bass i.e. wild golden shiners, needlefish or any of the many different species of shad.
The floating worm craze started with the original bubble gum floating worm and blossomed into a whole rainbow of colors to cover every fishing condition.
Ethanol problems include instability, phase separation and reduced performance. While manufacturers work to improve their motors, older outboards remain vulnerable.
Buying a Fl fishing license used to be hunting a store that sold them only to find they were out. Not today with easy access phone and online services.
Your fish finders are key to finding all the elements that hold fish. If you can learn to look for these first, instead of fish, your catch rate will increase.