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Kings of the coast

Updated: March 10, 2010, 12:27 PM ET
By David A. Brown | ESPNOutdoors.com

With days growing shorter and Gulf of Mexico temperatures declining, many Florida predators will be transitioning into their cool season patterns. For king mackerel, that means turning their noses south and gobbling as many baitfish as they can catch.

Although some of the larger kingfish will find a nice deep water wreck or reef and spend the summer eating snapper and grunts, the majority of kings winter in the Florida Keys, migrate northward to the upper Gulf in the spring and then return ...

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