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Many backcountry or inshore guides take their clients to “special” spots right next to bridges occupied by the bridge fishing brigades... who are fishing the same spot for free. BAIT FOR BRIDGE FISHING Pinfish, mullet and live and dead shrimp are the usual baits for fishing from the shore or bridges. I like to have one pole set up for fishing with shrimp and a heavier pole set up with a large egg sinker to put a mullet or pinfish on and leave on the bottom for the big boys to gobble. I usually set the poles (securely fastened to a tree or bridge railing) and then walk around nearby casting various plugs and lures to likely looking spots.
Take the seaplane to the Dry Tortugas for the day or just a couple of hours. Snorkeling from the shore is some of the best in the Keys, and the birding is intense. 50 n Author’s Top Things to Do tourists became disoriented in the sameness of the saw grass and cypress hammocks and never returned. The National Park Service now maintains well-marked canoe and boat trails that run through the wilderness and swamps. Simple campsites dot the route. This is the best way to see the heart of the Everglades.
The bridge looms huge from the flats and Bahía Honda (deep bay) channel. Unfortunately, you can’t walk on it. Introduction 18. BAHÍA HONDA STATE PARK. This has, by far, the best beach in the Keys.
Adventure Guide: Florida Keys & Everglades National Park, 4th Edition (Hunter Travel Guides) by Bruce Morris