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March Madness

By: Capt. Bart Marx March in Southwest Florida fishing is on the rise along with the water temperatures. Inshore there …

Winter Fishing

By: Capt. Bart Marx Hello fellow anglers, February 2023 can you believe we’re already into the New Year?  This is …

Winter Transitions

By: Dan Carns It seems funny to discuss winter here in S.W. Florida as throngs of people are making plans …

Change is in the air

By: Capt. Mike Manis We’re approaching a winter pattern around the harbor as sporadic northern fronts combine with seasonally low …

One of My Favorite Months

By: Capt. Mike Manis For the most part, this is one of my favorite months. Although it still heats up …

Typical Summer Patterns

By: Capt. Mike Manis Generally, about this time of year, it’s not unusual to find yourself fishing some typical summer …

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Kansas State Record Cheater Gets Busted!

A Kansas angler recently busted for stuffing ball bearings into a slab crappie will not be prosecuted, but his state record has been revoked.

Lake Monroe & St. Johns River Fishing Forecast – February 2024

Water levels have dropped, and the water flow has slowed. Largemouth bass, black crappie and American shad are February target …

The Mighty Pinfish: A Major Player In Our Estuaries

To us anglers, there’s a real blessing here. They are a wonderful bait and remarkably easy to collect live