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A few weeks ago a cold snap killed thousands of fish. Here are a couple pics I found of guys cleaning up dead snook for fertilizer use. The state allowed the cleanup about a week after the kill as dead snook were piling up in some places.
 

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Lot of dead fish where around key largo when I arrived in january 17,the fishing was great out on reef,backwater was barren.fishing in backwater is improving,temp 74 yesterday

Checked by ranger yesterday over by florida bay & they said it had killed alot of fish/animals

Wind has been blowing,but the sound is like afternoon on GB,we fish in my key west 15 & people think we are crazy to go out.:cool:
 

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Just back from FL

I got back last Saturday visited my daughter in Tampa. Weather was nice for me (60-74*) , but I missed temperatures in the 20's the week before. I got to fish a few days in Tampa Bay along Carter Campbell Causeway dead fish all over in the rocks. Tampa Bay is deeper and not as susceptible to cold water kill off as some shallower areas, but still bad, the smell of decay was everywhere. I also fished Ft Desoto saw very few dead fish there.
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