• Editorial

      July 10, 2014 Coastal Angler Magazine


      Learn about the anatomy, reproduction and ecology of the Florida bay scallop.

    • Fishing

      July 10, 2014 Coastal Angler Magazine

      The Feel Bait Bite

      Each angler has a specific reason for fishing certain baits. The slam of a fish on a spinnerbait, the abrupt stop of a crankbait, the visual explosion of a topwater lure and for us it’s the signal you get from fishing a “feel bait”.

    • Fishing

      July 8, 2014 Coastal Angler Magazine

      Silver Kings Beyond the Breakers

      As summer rolls in with the tide, warmer surf temperatures (72 to 82 F) welcome the return of the silver kings to the near-shore waters of the east central coast of Florida.

    • Fishing Gear

      Tim Cutting
      July 8, 2014 Capt. Tim Cutting

      Fishing Vision

      On the water, eyewear is pretty much a given in this day and age of sun protection for the eyes and the overall body in general. It’s no secret that fishing sunglasses come in a wide range of style and quality, and choosing a pair of shades can be quite challenging.

    • Lures & Baits

      July 5, 2014 Capt. John Kumiski

      The Menhaden – A Prime Summer Bait

      Menhaden, pogies, bunker, alewife, or herring - whatever you call them, they make excellent bait for most any large fish that a Florida angler might want to catch. Cobia, king mackerel, tarpon, redfish, jack crevalle, sharks, reef fish, all will eat either a lively whole pogy or a bloody piece from a dead one.

    • Fishing

      July 5, 2014 Karla George

      LADY ANGLER: Summertime Snook

      This time of year provides some of the most exciting fishing opportunities our area has to offer. Snook and tarpon start showing up on the beach in the summertime. The tarpon are on an annual migration and the snook have a seasonal movement as part of their spawning habits.

    • Fish Focus

      July 5, 2014 Coastal Angler Magazine


      My first article for Coastal Angler was about seabirds, the avian kind. But this past month as I watched a father and son marvel at the beauty of the stingrays in our touch tank the young boy blurted out that they are seabirds.

    • Travel

      July 3, 2014 Coastal Angler Magazine

      New Airport Open At West End, Grand Bahama

      Private pilots and the luxury market now have a new place to land on Grand Bahama Island. The West End Aiport became available for use with advance permission in June. With 6,000 feet of paved runway and just 55 miles from Palm Beach, Fla. the new airport opens Old Bahama Bay Resort & Yacht...