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Dean Alli of Clearwater holds up one of his first-ever caught scallops in the open shores of the Gulf of Mexico on the last day of the season. “I like the peacefulness of being out there,” Alli said. “It’s so quiet. I’d definitely do it again.”
Peace, tranquility in Florida’s Gulf

 

Amber Sigman

For the Chronicle

Kathy Campbell’s long hair blows in the wind as she and her friends ride in a Sundance skiff through pristine looking waters of the Salt River estuary — a glimpse of Old Florida’s paradise. The captain takes his crew through less-crowded waters towards the Gulf to catch scallops on Saturday, the last day of the season.

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