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Jim Pemberton

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Its a great town.

Take an extra day and go to the Corkscrew Swamp.


I prefer getting INTO the swamp, but the boardwalk lets you experience it all without having to get wet and in direct contact with cottonmouths, alligators, and all the other things that light up my day.


Ive been to the Cork Screw, very memorable.
 
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Mikey P

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Its a great town.

Take an extra day and go to the Corkscrew Swamp.


I prefer getting INTO the swamp, but the boardwalk lets you experience it all without having to get wet and in direct contact with cottonmouths, alligators, and all the other things that light up my day.
9 hour drive one way....


If'n we get the itch to go swampin, I'd head down to the much closer Loxahatchee River.


and pay a visit to the Burt Reynolds Petting Zoo and Toupee Museum in Jupiter
 
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you wear waders or pick pick the leeches off to use as bass bait....

..L.T.A.
A gentleman as refined as the esteemed Mr. Pemberton would be suited for the art of flyfishing, unlike the Ohio rednecks tossing metal and slinging creatures for bottom feeding toilet trout and rubber boots. tsk tsk.
 
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Our browns originated from UK and rainbows descended from Californian steelheads, except that they don't normallly go to sea. Largest recorded that I am aware of was 50lb caught in early 1900's in Lake Taupo.
They are not farmed and can not be sold, but local restaurants in tourist areas will generally be happy to cook your catch
 
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