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First day of arrival used for Florida dock fishing

Thursday, February 27, 2014
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As part-time snow birds, my wife and I spend February and March in Flagler Beach, Fla., where I enjoy preparing my ice fishing reports. Being a “use-to-be” ice angler, I do miss it, but not that much. I’m fortunate to have a number of bait and tackle shops as well as avid ice anglers who supply me with the up-to-the-minute ice angling activities at home, but I’d like to share the where and how I fish here every morning at sunup and the last hour or so before dark. I don’t fish with those 10-foot spinning rods with heavy weights cast in the Atlantic Ocean’s surf, but rather from the 34 docks just 20 feet from the back door of our rented condo in the Atlantic Intercoastal Seaway....

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