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Old 04-06-2015, 02:28 PM
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Default Snook and Tarpon at Silver Springs near Ocala? Why not?

Snook and Tarpon at the Ocklawaha River, Silver River, and Silver Springs of Marion County, Florida? Why Not?

View the photos in this webpage report:
https://sites.google.com/site/ocklaw...ngs-near-ocala

Snook and tarpon in the wintertime waters of the Ocklawaha River, Silver River, and Silver Springs of Marion County, Florida--maybe 115 to 155 miles or so upstream of the Atlantic Ocean?

WHY NOT?
ONE Possible Answer: Rodman Dam a.k.a. Kirkpatrick Dam!

The same Rodman Dam that ended the natural reproduction of native Atlantic-race striped bass in the Silver-Ocklawaha-St. Johns River system.

Check-out this historic news account of native, naturally reproducing Atlantic-race striped bass that "sent scores of fishermen speeding to that area with heavy tackle and anticipation AGOG!"
https://news.google.com/newspapers?i...ha-river&hl=en

Enjoy,

Ocklawahaman Paul Nosca
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