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Saturday, October 29, 2016
More exploring of our new home today. This time we made it over to Blue Spring State Park in Orange City. Such an incredible thing to see, the water was crystal clear with a blue/green tint. You could see schools of 2 and 3 foot gar, large catfish and bass swimming by and we were even priviledged with sighting a small pod of manatees with calves! Unfortunately, fishing isn't allowed along the spring run and there's no room for a back cast along the main river. Definitely a natural wonder!
Posted by The Suburban Angler at 8:10 PM
Labels: bass, Blue Spring State Park, catfish, fish, florida, Florida Outdoors, flyfishing, flyfishing lifestyle, gar, my life outdoors, natural spring, natural wonder, never stop exploring, No Fishing, Orange City
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