By Capt. Brylee
Special to the Pioneer
The mid-summer Florida weather is upon us, and the heat is bearing down on the Gulf. Afternoon thunderstorms fill most afternoons but the Gulf waters are active for anglers willing to take the chance against the weather.
Scallops have been reported very thick in all waters from the Panhandle to Homosassa. Cedar Key has even produced a lot of scallops this year southeast of the channel around Snake Key and Deadman’s Channel, as well as the areas around Seahorse and North Key.
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