grouper fishing video in the spread florida dan clymer
Dec 21, 2018

Shallow Water Grouper


Captain Dan Clymer, of Crystal River, Florida, is one of those fishermen who just seems to rise above the rest. He has a knack for always getting on the fish. His skills as a grouper fishermen are extraordinary. In this fishing video trailer, Dan talks about some of his top grouper lures for both casting and trolling.


The full length video, Shallow Water Grouper Fishing, features Dan Clymer sharing his wisdom on fishing for this prized game fish along Florida's Gulf coast. You can watch it here https://inthespread.com/saltwater/shallow-water-grouper-fishing-with-capt-dan-clymer--000040

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