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Thursday, June 14, 2012
How Local Professional Athletes Should Spend Their Free Time in Miami – Fishing
Miami Dolphins – This team would obviously enjoy Miami dolphin fishing. Sure, the Dolphins mascot is a porpoise and the type of “dolphin” being fished are Mahi-Mahi, but this type of fishing is perfect. Dolphin fishing involves team work and can yield incredible results. Hook one dolphin and the school will stay close by allowing you pull up even more.
Miami Marlins – This team should obviously go on Miami Marlin fishing trips….it only makes sense. Marlins are fast, strong and make for an incredible prize in the clubhouse. The Miami Marlins have won two World titles since they were established and may want to catch two Marlin to signify that.
Miami Heat – The Miami Heat were recently invited to go on a deep sea fishing excursion during
their rigorous playoff run. The one thing that these players need to relax and get back into the groove of winning is a high quality fishing trip that will bring Dwayne Wade, Chris Bosh and LeBron James back together as a winning team.
Florida Panthers – Technically this team is located slightly north of Miami but nonetheless has many Miami fans. They definitely need to take a break from the ice and go out on a “once in a lifetime” trip to catch Marlin, Dolphin and Sailfish.