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August 6, 2014 6:56 PM

South Florida fishing report: Aug. 6, 2014

Captain Mo Estevez of New Dawn Charters reported schools of bonefish to 10 pounds are feeding on live shrimp during the incoming tides along the western shorelines of South Bay. Permits are eating silver-dollar-sized blue crabs on the outgoing tides along the Oceanside flats south of Key Biscayne.

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