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Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Fishing along the St. Johns river can be rewarding

May 27, 2008
The slow-moving river, the largest in Florida (approximately 310 miles long), offers a wide variety of species to catch. The river, which flows north, begins in Indian River County and meets the Atlantic Ocean in Duval County.

Mullet are common through the river, especially during their spring and fall runs up and down the coast. But redfish, flounder, snook and tarpon can also be found in the river. The further north you go, the more common the saltwater species

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