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Old 09-22-2004, 12:56 PM   #1
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Collecting trip on Port Aransas jetties

I think I have just about decided to go on a collecting trip this weekend. Anyone got any suggestions as to unique/interesting stuff I could get? I will probably hit the Port Aransas south jetty and use up my air tank charge looking for a nice piece of LR and other stuff like urchins and crustacean specimens.
Anyone local to Corpus Christi wanna join me?
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Old 09-23-2004, 01:21 AM   #3
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I am going on a collecting trip to the Keys this weekend. My goal is anemones and feather dusters this time, and some plants.
In Florida we are allowed 20 pieces a person with a saltwater fishing licence. Excluded are live rock and sand and hard corals.
I have a spot where I can snorkel right off shore in 3 to 5 feet of water.
Off course I might bump into a lobster or two.......
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diverdown69 port aransas is my favorite place to go fishing, atleast to leave from to go fishing. my wife and I head down there from NE the last week in october every year and every year I want to move there. do you live in port aransas?
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I actually live in Rockport and work in Corpus Christi. I lived in Port A for about a year when I first transferred down here in 1999. My place is on the south side of Copano Bay. I can see the Copano Bay Bridge from my front door. Let me know when you get down here and maybe we can wet a hook or two.
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