That’s the question we askedt to several international fishing writers and industry types, asking them to keep answers brief.
After being closed for three years, NOAA Fisheries opened red snapper season for a few weekends in the South Atlantic. I took this opportunity to ride along with my father, Captain Glenn Cameron, on a couple of charters aboard the Flo Rider in Fort Pierce, Florida.
Conditions were a little rough, which deterred the weekend warriors from heading offshore. So we had the whole area to ourselves. First, we headed out to the 120-foot line and got no action. Then, we headed back in to about 90 feet, and the rods were bending almost all day long.
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