Lake O dsichsrges, moving from St Lucie to southern route

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25 mins ago, DennisBKLYN215 said:

Glad you are enjoying the book.

Couldn't put it down once I started and I actually read it for the 2nd time after I moved to Vero late last year.


I've been in contact with the author (former journalist at Washington Post and Boston Globe, currently at Time mag) a couple of times over the last few years hoping to encourage him to update the story. 

Just checked and it is an Audible book and will be my August credit target. Thanks.

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My mom watches the news on a local channel here in ft myers called 'the wink' and I can't believe how much this story is dominating the news on that channel. 

I've mostly been going back and forth between Venice and Sanibel...however, being that this is my last day here, I was going to poke around for a couple of hours and explore a new spot (that little causeway on the north fort Myers side along the side of the Edison Bridge), but opted out due to the restart of this flow....seemed like that area was more or less a bulleye

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I have a captain friend that is a trout tournament fisherman and travels annually to Florida. The October DOA event has been changed to south-west coast away from St Lucie area  due to grass kill. He doesn't think grass kill is due to the red tide however.


How long might the red tide last...into Fall?


A friend that frequents Hobe Sound says he's seeing fish kills . I'm planning for an October surf fishing trip, don't know which direction to turn. Usually stay between Hobe and Jupiter. 

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