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  • best time of day to fish in the caribbean

    hi every one

    I am off to the caribbean in a couple of weeks can any one advice me on best time of day to fish morning or afternoon

    cheers
    paul

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    I would say ALL DAY!
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    • #3
      Originally posted by paul the carp View Post
      hi every one

      I am off to the caribbean in a couple of weeks can any one advice me on best time of day to fish morning or afternoon

      cheers
      paul
      No! I'm too jeleous!!!!!!!! ;-)
      To succeed in life, you need three things: a wishbone, a backbone and a funnybone.

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      • #4
        night time.. the predators awaken and come in close to the shore.. shark fishing, bronze, reef (Black tip and White tip) get in !!

        and no i havent been myself but know of a couple of guys who went and loved it!!!! the gear can be a bit rusty but it all works
        for all your carp fishing in the North West visit [url]www.northwestcarp.co.uk/forums[/url] :)

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        • #5
          I go to the Gambia fishing and always find when fishing the mangroves to go early in the morning and Finnish up about dinner time ,My thinking being it gets too hot iv did this in St Lucia too band found the fish feeding better in the mornings

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          • #6
            Hi hawksy,

            in st Lucia was it sea fishing you did? i am going on a fishing trip from a boat in antigua only for 3 hours morning or afternoon on a cruise ship excursion

            how about fly fishing in the caribbean?



            Cheers
            Paul

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