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Secret Spots--Tampa Bay to Cedar Key: Tampa Bay to Cedar Key: Florida's Best Saltwater Fishing Book 1 (Coastal Fishing Guides) ebook

by Frank Sargeant


book by Frank Sargeant. Any new angler looking for secret insight on the techniques of snook, tarpon, redfish and trout fishing, and how to apply them to areas of Tampa and beyond needs this book.

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Best Saltwater Fishing, Book 1 – Ebook written by Frank Sargeant. Key uncovers hundreds of outstanding fishing areas along the Florida’s west coast

Secret Spots-Tampa Bay to Cedar Key: Tampa Bay to Cedar Key: Florida's Best Saltwater Fishing, Book 1 – Ebook written by Frank Sargeant. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. The most complete fishing guide to South Florida ever published, for both fly fishing and light tackle, A perfect resource for anglers who want expert advice without the cost of hiring a guide, Includes detailed advice about lures and flies, Features fascinating stories of fishing adventures.

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Secret Spots: Tampa Bay to Cedar Key uncovers hundreds of outstanding fishing areas along the Florida’s west coast. Books related to Secret Spots-Tampa Bay to Cedar Key.

Secret Spots-Tampa Bay to Cedar Key: Tampa Bay to Cedar Key: Florida's Best Saltwater Fishing Book 1. .If you are fishing this areas your time would be better served reading one of Frank's Snook, Redfish or Trout books.

Secret Spots-Tampa Bay to Cedar Key: Tampa Bay to Cedar Key: Florida's Best Saltwater Fishing Book 1 (Coastal Fishing Guides). Armed with that information you can catch fish ANYWHERE in SW Florida. You’ll learn exactly how, when and where to find outstanding action on snook, redfish, trout tarpon, flounder, king and Spanish mackerel, sheepshead, cobia, grouper, and many other species. More than 30 detailed charts will help you navigate to just the right spots to score, every time you go! Secret Spots-Tampa Bay to Cedar Key - eBook.

See this book by Frank Sargeant titled, Secret Spots - Tampa Bay to Cedar Key. The coastal fishing guide will . The coastal fishing guide will help you find some of the best spots that are not widely known

See this book by Frank Sargeant titled, Secret Spots - Tampa Bay to Cedar Key. The coastal fishing guide will help you find some of the best spots that are not widely known. This is a great way to learn an area for the first time, or as a refresher for some of the old timers who have not completely covered the Central West FL fishing area in a while. If you live in the area, or visit from time to time, having knowledge of where to fish makes your time much more enjoyable.

in 1992; Subjects: Guidebooks, Saltwater fishing; Places: Florida, Guidebooks.

And the notorious Florida Tarpon roam the Bay’s endless passes. Whatever you’re after, it’s never more than a cast away.

When locals say there’s something in these waters for everyone, you better be sure they mean it. Be it Clearwater, St Pete, Tampa itself, Bradenton or Sarasota, there’s no shortage of hotspots that fish well throughout the calendar year. Here, we’ll cover some of the area’s most popular species and dominant fishing techniques. And the notorious Florida Tarpon roam the Bay’s endless passes. However, these grounds are home to much more than just the traditional heavy-hitters.

Secret Spots: Tampa Bay to Cedar Key uncovers hundreds of outstanding fishing areas along the Florida’s west coast. You’ll learn exactly how, when and where to find outstanding action on snook, redfish, trout tarpon, flounder, king and Spanish mackerel, sheepshead, cobia, grouper, and many other species. More than 30 detailed charts will help you navigate to just the right spots to score, every time you go!
Naktilar
If you just moved to Tampa and want to get up to speed quickly on the ins and outs of Tampa Bay this is a great place to start. There are many variables to each of these spots, time of day, water temp, moon phase, tide, wind direction, etc, etc. There aren't any real secrets or honey holes revealed here but it will give you some general direction and things to look for. Frank is a great guy and great writer and the book is an easy read. I go back to this book every now and then, especially when I go a few weeks without much success just to try and get some new ideas and get out of the rut of fishing my same old spots.
Cia
A friend had this book in a spiral hard back, stated the Book was not published any more or it is hard to find since it was over 5 year since he bought his book. I surprised my husband after I searched and found it here. This book is amazing we pull it out all the time. Old book but same fishing.
Mayno
Very informative. Would recommend it for anyone trying to learn the area
Zugar
This book is very informative, however, it's not so pleasing to the eye. Navigation is difficult and no color pictures or maps. If you are looking for "secret" spots and enjoy easy to read maps, then look elsewhere. If you can look beyond the appearance of the book, then this book has some good information for you.
Ranenast
Good book for fishermen new to Tampa Bay. Has some nice maps showing the areas he comments on and good info on currents.
Bukelv
Any new angler looking for secret insight on the techniques of snook, tarpon, redfish and trout fishing, and how to apply them to areas of Tampa and beyond needs this book. As time goes by and our local sport fishing industy explodes, fewer and fewer professional guides that are in the know share their spots, Frank wrote this before the net ban. It is probly the last puplicized "here's how to get there and do it book" you'll ever see. Frank has tons of respect on the water and off, both as the outdoor writer for the Tribune and Florida Sportsman. All of the information and spots revealed in his book are real, true spots, some of which I personaly fish weekly, almost always with great results. But don't let Frank tell you he showed them to me. The book contains actual nav charts with most of the best honeyholes in Tampa personally marked by Frank himself. Tight lines, take a kid fising, watch out for the sharks. Always remember two things about flats fising in Florida. 1- Your'e either in the know- or in the dark. 2-90 percent of successfull fishin is tide.
Bele
Very useful
This book gave me a flavor of the aquatic terrain I could expect to find on a Florida fishing trip. I am very satisfied with it. Mr. Sargent's other books are good too, at least the Tarpon Book and the Trout Book.
Secret Spots--Tampa Bay to Cedar Key: Tampa Bay to Cedar Key: Florida's Best Saltwater Fishing Book 1 (Coastal Fishing Guides) ebook
Author:
Frank Sargeant
Category:
Hunting & Fishing
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EPUB size:
1756 kb
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1128 kb
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Publisher:
Derrydale Press (November 1, 1992)
Pages:
192 pages
Rating:
4.4
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