The article discusses the unexpected phenomenon of roadside fishing across Tampa Bay. The author expresses surprise at witnessing individuals fishing from unlikely spots along the roadside, such as highway overpasses and drainage ditches. The popularity of this activity appears to be increasing among local fishermen, who are drawn to these areas due to their accessibility and abundance of fish. The author attributes this trend to the desire for convenience and the opportunity to catch large quantities of fish, as well as the scarcity of fishing spots in the area. Despite environmental concerns, such as potential pollution and safety hazards, roadside fishing seems to have become a popular and somewhat controversial pastime in Tampa Bay.
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