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The 47-square-mile tropical island offers mountain biking, sportfishing, and scuba diving in waters where visibility is up to 100 feet.
But Not Roughing It Florida’s Marquesas Keys, an uninhabited group of islands 20 miles off Key West, and the Everglades both offer excellent sportfishing but mostly middling accommodations.
Cook Inlet should be managed for sportfishing as the priority and commercial fishing secondary — not the whole area being managed for the Kenai red run.
Fly-fishing, light tackle sportfishing or deep-sea fishing are available — take your pick.
The Kenai River is already known for its robust sportfishing guide industry, with about 270 guides registered with the state Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation.
Full Throttle Sportfishing and other boats ran for Cape Mendocino for rockfish and lingcod, finding the fishing better in deeper water than inshore.
The fishermen say a solution to the illegal fisheries could be legalizing and controlling totoaba fishing through sportfishing licenses.
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