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01-29-2011 11:52 AM
Vince Weather is usually starting to get hotter and more humid by then. However, I've had great weather in February and less than ideal weather in April some years.

You can't predict the weather. Once you plan your trip, stop worrying about weather and focus on improving your casting, packing and start getting excited for the trip!

Half the fun is the time spent daydreaming about your upcoming adventure!!





01-28-2011 12:10 PM
doctorsteve How's the weather at that time of year? Is it starting to get hot. My wife took a cruise to the bahamas a few weeks ago and it was REALLY cold there.
01-25-2011 11:57 AM
Vince
Acklins Island March 26-April 2 hosted DIY trip-openings

For those of you who cant' make Juro's Acklins trip, we are bringing a small group down March 26-April 2. We'll be staying at Ivels and will be concentrating our efforts around the middle and north ends of Acklins. Hiking/kayaking into remote creeks and flats, as well as fishing oceanside flats and beaches. Bones, permit, jacks, snapper, barracuda and more. . . .

The trip is limited to 3 guests and our host.



our first week from March 19-26 is full with 6 guests.

If interested contact me at 716-479-2327.

Cost: $1750.00 for a week of fishing. This price includes your beachfront hotel, all your meals, rental truck, maps and trip host help & advice.

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