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Reel Mell-O Sportfishing

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Tavernier, FL, USA
About Reel Mell-O Sportfishing
Backcountry bay fishing in the Florida Everglades. Tarpon, Redfish, Snook, Trout and more! All levels of Anglers and families are welcome. Enjoy the fishing and scenery in the Everglades National Park.
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Yeah Captain Troy placed us on a lot of Hungry Fish it wasn't hard to get them to cooperate and join my hook we had a lot of fun "GETTIN HEAVY" David
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This is my 15th consecutive year of fishing with Capt Troy Mell. I fish with him at least 4 times each year. My first fishing trip with Troy was nothing short of exceptional and each year exceeds the previous year in fantastic fishing. His knowledge of fishing the Keyes, both
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.. But not a great day, I felt he spent too much of our half-day charter driving around. I know he tried hard but we didn't get a good 'biting' day and it was disappointing. Not his fault the fish don't bite, true, but we were hoping for a much better time than it turned out
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I accepted an invitation from a friend who fishes with Troy several times a year to come to the Keys and fish for two days in early July. The weather was perfect, the seas calm, partly cloudy skies, and a light breeze on both days. The first day we fished was the outside waters
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Captain Troy took 2 fellow fishermen and me on a fabulous shallow-water guided trip to Florida Bay south of Flamingo on a perfect, windless, “glass water” day. Our first stop yielded several large Spanish mackerel. Then we turned our attention to Mangrove snapper where we easily
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