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Capt. Bob Roemer

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  1. PropMan
    05-05-2015 08:49 AM
    PropMan
    you probably need a 4 blade 17 pitch,but what ever, you need to attain max rpm at W O T.
    its either 5500 or 5800 or 6000 .
  2. thelasthour
    04-13-2014 10:58 PM
    thelasthour
    got out thursday, 6ft viz southwest of stein in 40ft. Can't believe the difference 2 weeks makes. water temp 69. Found some sheeps. I tried to find the #'s you gave me for the AR's on the way to the Crane a few weeks ago, but I couldn't find them. I didn't spend long looking though. Hopefully I'll zero in on them before flounder season. check out the video I did on the crane.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JnxSuWPQq4
    steve
  3. human chum
    03-20-2014 06:58 AM
    human chum
    Sounds good man. I'll be back end of march. when you get back stateside, we'll plan something. I just have to find some tank racks and gun holders now.
  4. human chum
    03-18-2014 09:46 AM
    human chum
    Hey, sea ray, Heading back to Michigan Friday for a week. After that I may have a month off. That means I'll be open anytime the weather is good. Hit me up around the first of the month and we'll come up with something. The new boat is dialed in well
  5. thelasthour
    01-24-2014 09:26 PM
    thelasthour
    Capt Bob,
    I am very interested in the two springs that you mentioned 5 miles south of the Barge. Any possibility you could help me out with that? I would be eternally grateful. Also I just bought a Hum 898ci and was curious if you had some info on the best settings for saltwater in 30-50ft. Scroll speed, contrast, how far out each side, color palette, etc. Any help would be appreciated. I mostly dive out of Stein, but I really like offshore springs.
    Steve
  6. searaydiver
    11-07-2013 03:36 PM
    searaydiver
    Hello jag39,

    Before I sold my reef permits, I was chartering pole holders and spearo's out of Cedar Key, Suwannee and Steinhatchee areas. Now, I just pile a few guys on the boat (21ft. Searay Luguna) pitch in for gas and we go get em. My license is current to 2017 but the permits are tough to obtain. If you would like to go out in any of my areas, hey, let me know!! I have some great locations from 30ft to 70ft. between 25 miles out, all the way to 45 out. (on a good day only!!) I do charter pole holders for trout and catch and release shark fishing near shore along with sheepshead, redfish, cobia and the like. Hope to hear back from you.
  7. jag39
    11-07-2013 01:25 PM
    jag39
    I see you are a charter Capt. What kind of charters, and where do you run them out of?
  8. ShootIt
    04-20-2011 01:03 PM
    ShootIt
    Hey Searaydiver,
    My brother in law wants to do a trade, he is not registered yet (pending approval??) but his name is Michael Haynes (I am Caleb) his email is
    mhaynes1@tampabay.rr.com phone 813-237-0520 he has a lp 72 current vis and hydro with a plus rating Thanks

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  • About searaydiver
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    chiefland, Florida
    Make/Model of Boat
    Sea Ray Luguna
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    Chiefland, Florida
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