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We appreciate your reviews anywhere you choose to put them.....
A 5 star review of Playin' Hooky Charters by Michelenne B.:
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The kingfish are back in full run which means it's time for some spread! Here's my own personal recipe!

Kingfish spread :

For About 3-4 pounds of kingfish.

In your food processor put the following ingredients:

Half a stalk of celery
2 - 3 green peppers
One whole large onion
And your pre smoked kingfish

In a large mixing bowl put all of your processed ingredients then add the following:

2 - 3 cups of mayonnaise
2 tablespoons of minced garlic
1 tablespoon minced horseradish
1 teaspoon of slap your mama seasoning
1 tablespoon Tabasco sauce (add less if you don't like the kick)
Extra Liquid Smoke as desired (optional)
Salt and pepper to taste

Keep refrigerated

Serve with crackers, veggies or as a sandwich.

DO NOT FREEZE!
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What a terrific day on the water yesterday! The weather finally broke for a few good days on the water and this regular springbreak family from Ontario landed a 54" Cobia. GREAT JOB! See you next year!
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Black tip shark: https://youtu.be/vNEjadUUk4w

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Shark week 2015: https://youtu.be/F0xObusMXoQ

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Catching the big one: https://youtu.be/M7uDB-MRuJs

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Shark week 2015:

Last day of shark week, we are both sad and excited!

We've enjoyed sharing our shark knowledge and photos.

2015 is the year of the shark for Playin' Hooky Charters and we are pleased to announce that we now offer an exclusive Shark charter. Where the full focus of the charter is to hook up on that shark.

Check out the update on our website:
http://playinhookychartersfl.com/shark-charters/
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Shark week 2015

Dusky sharks: Dusky shark are a strong and stubborn fight on the line. They average 8 to 10 feet in length.

Minimum length: prohibited from being kept

Habitat: The Dusky shark can be found anywhere along the gulf Coast on deep reefs and drop offs. Fresh dead fish and chunks of bonita are a garenteed way to catch the attention of the Dusky shark.

Sharks that look similar: bull shark, black tip shark, spinner shark, sandbar shark
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Playin ' Hooky Charters loves shark week and are celebrating by posting on Facebook all kinds of info on sharks this week! Check us out!

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Shark week 2015

Tiger sharks: Tiger sharks range from the surface down to 1200 feet, commonly entering shallow bays and harbors to feed, especially at night. They are solitary and nomadic, traveling up to 50 miles in one day.

Minimum length: 54 inches
One per vessel

Food quality : Good

Habitat: This species will often strike fish on the line so while reeling your grouper you may loose it to a tiger shark. We often hook up on tiger shark while bottom fishing for reef fish. The last tiger shark we caught we had a chunk of bonita on the hook and were bottom fishing just 11 miles off the coast of St Pete Beach FL. The shark line went down and we thought we had him hooked, started reeling the line in and he was swimming towards us when the bait popped out of his mouth, he crested the surface of the water about 10 feet next to the boat grabbed the chunk of bait with hook and then tail whipped the side of the boat as he went down, the fight was on...he was huge and broke the steel leader before we could get him next to the boat again!

Sharks that look similar: none known
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