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May 09, 2011

Steve Waters

Sitting on the bridge of the SandboB, Capt. Joe Kane studied the condos lining the beach of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, waiting for the 56-foot Custom Carolina to drift into position. When two of the condos precisely lined up so that a water tower appeared between them, Kane glanced at the depth finder and confirmed the presence of the artificial reef 200 feet below. Kane told mate Rory Kline to drop a live goggle-eye, and he did so, thumbing the spool as line - weighted with a 1-pound lead ball - zipped off the reel. When it clunked on the 64-foot U.S.
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