emember that the fall is the time of the year for calm seas, lots of bait in the river mouths and endless schools of hungry Tarpon searching for their next tasty morsel, the sardine. At times during this season the bait, the Tarpon, the Jack Crevalles, the Tripletails, the Mackerels, and Snappers are so plentiful that it looks like a mine field. Sardines are exploding everywhere. It looks like someone turned the sprinklers on, or dropped a hand grenade into the water.
Of course, the wiley "Snook" are there too! We have had a great Snook season so far this year and we expect the fall season to be bigger than ever. Lots of Snook have been landed in the 40 plus pound range. This time of the year is also known for Big Tarpon. I mean BIG Tarpon with some of these "bad boys" weighing nearly 200 pounds. Now that is a Lot of Tarpon to tangle with. Why not come on down to beautiful Parismina and test your skills fighting our acrobatic Tarpon, challenging Snook and tangling with other species this fall? The calm seas during this time of the year afford you a higher percentage of ocean fishing, and I can assure you that you won't be disappointed.
Don't delay, call us today at 1-800-338-5688 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org We will be happy to answer any questions you may have and reserve your fishing spot in a true fishermen's paradise! I'll be waiting to swap fishing stories with you.
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