It’s time to start getting ready for some changes out there on the water. I know it’s hard to tell when fall ends and winter starts down here in Southwest Florida, but there really is a difference in the two seasons. Up north, the changes into winter are far more pronounced: Gray skies, leaves that change color then fall to the ground leaving the trees looking dead, bone-chilling cold days, dangerous ice-covered roads and the presence of that white powdery frozen stuff they call snow.
Wow — how depressing. It’s no wonder hundreds of thousands of people flock to the southern parts of our great state every winter where the sun shines bright (most of the time) and the fishing is great year-round.
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