Peek in a creek
Coastal waterways offer angling opportunities in protected settings
More than an afterthought; more than a backup plan, coastal creeks and canals merit top billing when fall's cold fronts usher in cold, windy weather.
The benefits are significant: shelter from the wind, warmer water, fewer porpoises and ample food sources. For anglers, you'll burn less fuel than you would running from spot to spot in the outside waters. You'll also have relatively shorter casts and fewer boats working the same spot.
Capt. William Toney, a fourth-generation Homosassa ...
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