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A stuttering buzz from the stern brought Ken to his feet. He cranked in a Spanish mackerel to get things started. It was followed by a bluefish, and then Adam got a second Spanish.
The fishermen who caught it called it "El Monstruo de Cojimar." It was caught in the Gulf of Mexico waters in 1945, only a few miles from the shanty fishermen town of Cojimar, Cuba, the same town where famous American writer Ernest Hemingway wrote the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel "The Old Man and the Sea".
As a small South Florida city, Deerfield Beach has many notable attractions. One of them is the International Fishing Pier. Depending on the season, schools of small fish cluster among the pilings, while along the ocean bottom stingrays, tarpon, turtles and moon jellyfish swim slowly by. Schools of baitfish swirl below and cloud the water.
Capt. Brandon Storin, who fishes out of the legendary Bud N’ Mary’s Marina in Islamorada, Fla. has taken light tackle fishing to the extreme. What started as a lark—toying with ice fishing rods in the Keys—has turned into a full-on quest, in which Storin (a.k.a. Bean) designed his own micro-rod and is using it to catch some impressive fish.
Beautiful Florida weather this year greeted the 180 teams who registered and fished the 3rd Annual Get Hook’d tournament. $10,000 in prizes were paid to the top ten bass teams, and the top 10 crappie teams.
Joel Brandenburg, of Ana Banana Fishing Company, pulled together a fleet of boats and the captains to fish it all!
An angler from Kingsland, Georgia landed a big red grouper off the Georgia coast that crushed the existing state record by nearly seven pounds!
Gone are the days when crappie fishing was a springtime-only endeavor. Anglers have figured out how to pattern these swimming fish sandwiches year-round, and Adams has them dialed in!
The 58th Annual Islamorada Sailfish Tournament kicked off at Whale Harbor hosting 80 anglers along with family and friends with a grand buffet including stone crabs. The sailfish action started on Friday morning and continued over the next two days concluding on December 5th.