Florida bound

Sunday April 13th 2008
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Florida bound

Published: Sunday April 13th 2008 (7 years ago)
Updated: Sunday April 13th 2008, 5:30PMMore about: Bonefish | Flats | Saltwater | Tropical |
by Martin Joergensen

It's not a fishing vacation, but there are rods in the luggage!

Tomorrow this time I will be in Miami if all goes as planned. And efter that I will spend two weeks criss-crossing Florida together with my family.

I am lucky enough to be able to avoid the queues in Disneyland, Sea World and various space centers, because my kids are 19 and 21 and beyond that stage. The whole family agrees on that the Keys and the Gulf coast seems more interesting.

I haven't planned this as a fishing vacation per se, but of course I have brought some rods, reels and flies plus polaroids and my GFF cap. The Gulf coast in particular seems to offer many fishing options, but I will be on the lookout down south too. I know that fishing on your own down there can be difficult, but I'm sure there will be places where I will want to wet a line.

I hope to be able to post a few images from my trip before I come home. I will bring my computer and hopefully be online a few times underway. And should any local GFF readers have tips on places worth aiming for (or want to meet), just drop me a mail or comment this post. I will most likely be able to see it while there.

My only regret is that GFF may be a bit quiet while I'm gone - but on the other hand the publishing frequency hasn't been through the cieling as it is, so the change probably won't be significant.

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