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Fishing for Snook and Tarpon in the Most DANGEROUS Canal in Florida!!!

In today’s video, I go fishing in the most DANGEROUS canal in Florida! this canal in the Florida everglades is home to many hungry alligators, black panthers, and snakes. But its all worth it when we catch the fish we are after, snook and tarpon!



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  1. I'm an old fart but I still love casting on the east and gulf coast inlets. There is always good action and you just park and fish. Have fun everyday!

  2. Funny story about an alligator that absolutely did not try to eat you because if it was you wouldn't have known.

    We also don't have any black Panthers in FL let alone the US. But go ahead and make up your bs stories.

    The cars driving by you are way more dangerous than wildlife.

  3. A lot of life in a small pond in Florida. Surprised you didn't see water snakes and turtles sunning. Only need worry about the gator you didn't see. Rare when I was a kid in Florida, due to overhunting, but now snatch kids off the beach at Disneyworld.

  4. Lol that’s my boy frank, that’s his stomping grounds, somebody shot frank in the head and he lives on. I live in Naples FL fish that highway regularly

  5. Bro if the gator was actually trying to eat you you'd be dead if it's as big as you say it was
    A 11 to 12ft gator got that big by being smart and he'll know if the waters clear enough for you to see him coming for you and he'll choose another approach
    Now yes I understand being afraid of the possibility of him wanting to do sum but still

  6. Kids the least of your worries is that gator. Literally one dumb blonde dicking around on her phone when she should be watching the road and we're hearing about you on the news. This looks like a lot of fun, but probably best to stay off that bridge.

  7. I have lived in Florida for my entire life. 65 years worth. I know there are Florida panthers here,especially in the Everglades. They are NOT black and I seriously doubt that anyone has ever seen a "black panther" running wild in Florida.

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