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Soon, Very Soon - Update; Jan 18, 2020

Happy January!

I've been getting emails and texts asking if I am in Florida… No, not quite yet, I'm finishing up a few carpentry projects.  As I'm typing this the temperature is 1* but our wood stove is keeping the house, us and our westie Scotty toasty warm. Our second snow fall of the week is arriving tonight, another 5-9 inches. I love winter in Maine but must admit that Port Charlotte's warmer climate and fishing on liquid water is beckoning.

"Unless life interrupts my plans, we head south on January 31st. Barb and I will be enjoying a few weeks of relaxation and then my Florida guiding begins."

Capt. Dave Pecci

For those of you planning your 2020 Florida fishing trips and family vacations; I will be guiding on Charlotte Harbor, Matlacha and Pine Island Sound: March 10th through April 4th, April 13th through April 29th and from May 6th through Memorial Day, May 25th.

In closing I want to thank you all for past bookings. I am a blessed man to be doing what I do and, for knowing you! 2019 was a great year and I fully expect 2020 to be just as great. I hope to hear from you and see you again soon. – Capt. Dave

​Yep, That's 01* at 7am

My summer office: January 18,  2020. Snow by evening with a total of 4-9".  High of 21*

My winter office: Jan 18, 2020 Sunny Breezy high of 81*

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