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Sport Fishing Girls, Presented By Photographer Pat Ford

 

 

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” We know you’re out there, and we want to put you in our informative girls-only galleries. We hope you’ll discover something that you may not have known about a fish, a boat or a fishing destination. Send us your fishing photos to sfgirls@sportfishingmag.com. Enjoy our latest edition presented by Pat Ford.

  Amanda reeled in a permit off Bimini. Permit are widely considered the most elusive and wary trophy among flats anglers, permit range throughout tropical waters of the western Atlantic. Other species occur elsewhere, notably in tropical Australia.”

 

 

We can’t resist offering one more sample and positing the age old question; How do we get a job like this ?

 

 

 

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” Jessica fishes out of Key West, Florida. Key West is known a wide variety of fish, inshore species include permit, bonefish and tarpon. Offshore species can include anything from dolphin to billfish.”

 

 

 

See two dozen more photos at Sportfishing Magazine

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Everglades Joins Florida Bay And The Atlantic Ocean On Obama’s Closure List

 

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” Who would of thought you would live to see the “No Fishing” signs go up on the Everglades National Park or all of Biscayne National Park. You heard right, the Obama Administration has been spending extra money to make sure hard working men and women cannot go to their jobs. All of the guides who are licensed to be there and make a living taking clients into the open waters of the parks have been told the ocean is closed due to the lack of funding. 

This has become a common story amongst sportsmen and outdoor adventurers as this same malicious “payback” behavior emerges from the administration during this closure. I’m not trying to get political, but facts are facts. Many of the outdoor professions are seasonal, and to miss any part of a prime season can break one’s outcome for the year. In a barely surviving economy, where guides and lodges are feeling the squeeze, this could become the last straw and all for nothing. “