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Tarpon Time!

By |April 3rd, 2013|

The Tarpon are coming! Yes its true its that time of the year finally. If you haven't been to your local tackle shop to pick up 60 and 80 pound leader 5,6,7,and 8 ounce circle hooks. The time to do it is now! Cruising the beaches this week early in the morning wasn't just a [...]

Chum and Run

By |March 22nd, 2013|

Throwing a few live baits out to see if anyone's home will save you time and give you knowledge at the same time. When your out looking for those nice fish, sacrificing a few live baits to gain confidence in an area may be all you need to do. Finding an area that is worth [...]

Trout are eating

By |March 16th, 2013|

Trout are certainly eating well the last few days, as the red tide moves out of Pine Island sound. Although Redfish seemed tough to get on for myself, Trout were stacked up in potholes and more than willing to attack even with these cold water temperatures. Fishing close to the mangroves in these last few [...]

Redfish and Mullet Symbiotic relationship

By |March 9th, 2013|

A  major key to finding redfish is certainly finding the mullet schools. There are lots of opportunities for fish to get an easy meal, and mullet do just that for the redfish. Mullet being vegetarians will root around in the weeds and scare up shrimp, crabs and bait fish that the redfish just love. So [...]

Cobia

By |March 2nd, 2013|

When I'm off-shore grouper fishing or looking for some mangrove snappers I've learned a few tricks that can help bring those reef monsters to you. Often I'll leave my motor running and even rev it up to almost call in fish that are curious like Cobia. Fishing for my bottom dwellers is fun, but a [...]

water temperature matters

By |February 26th, 2013|

As we transition from our winter months to our spring, noticeable changes occur in water temperatures. The effects of this change can be amazing when fishing. Once we get back to the magic number of 72 degrees, things just seem to go insane. Lots of bait, which means lots of fish. You will see fish [...]

Big Snook! When?

By |February 17th, 2013|

Foundations like snookfoundation.org, give excellent information about this famed fish. Seeing the management of this species and how it has developed, starting with the 1947 seines band, is very educational. An angler can learn a lot once a fish is classified as a "game fish." All these game fish have strict sanctions as to when [...]

warm winter days

By |February 14th, 2013|

Eventually this cold for a few days, warming up for a few days, get cold again stuff will diminish. Paying attention to those days or week period of Awesomness, can be a treat worth waiting for. If you finally see that break in the weather three, four, or even better five days after that cold [...]

Finding that Honey Hole

By |February 11th, 2013|

Finding great fishing areas can be difficult these days with all the pressure from so many anglers. Paying attention to the off the beat areas, can sometimes open your eyes up to a whole new opportunity to catch Mooooo-cho fish. My most recent excursion started purely by driving by a secluded lake with a buddy [...]