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Apr 10, 2018

Panfish Fishing | Florida Panfish | William Toney

Florida is loaded with borrow pits and quarries that afford tremendous panfish and bass fishing opportunities and Capt. William Toney is here to help empower you with this video from In The Spreadand ITS Freshwater. While most of these dig out areas are on public lands and the fish can be pressured, there are some crafty ways to target fish in these waters that will prove productive for you.

Learn live bait and artificial techniques for bass and panfish. See why you don’t need a lot of equipment to do this type of fishing. Capt. Toney will discuss how to keep your bait alive, tackle, rods and reels, bait nets and other essential gear to make your day a big success.

Fish with Capt. William Toney www.homosassainshorefishing.com


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