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    There are many wrecks and artificial reefs in the Florida Keys that aren't in a protected area.  
    Fish found at the wrecks are generally larger and more mature.  The fish that have grown out
    of their adolescence and are no longer in need of their school hang out on the wrecks.  They
    are large and fast and are plenty capable of catching their own meals.  There are also schools
    of fish that live around these massive structures of the wrecks that will gladly come up to the
    surface for a free meal of live chum.  Usually big Grouper and Mutton Snapper are bottom
    fished and kites and flat lines are used to catch King Mackerel, Wahoo, Sailfish or Barracuda.
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