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where can i go to catch an octopus in florida

frobro1018

Cuttlefish
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hey

i had an octopus for a while put it passed about a month ago.
i could just go out and buy one oone but i think id live the thrill of finding and catching one. if anyone has any ideas where i could catch one please reply.


thanks,
franko :bugout: :mrgreen:
 


Jean

Colossal Squid
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Also check the local regulations and find out if you're ALLOWED to catch one! I believe in some states it's forbidden????


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tjohnson

Wonderpus
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I would image you would be best off to find a rocky beach, swim, or dive out to a depth of 10-30 feet, and place large 4'dia. pvc pipes with a cap on 1 end and a has half of a cap on the other end, then check the pipes daily till u have an inhabitor.
 
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