Lake Okeechobee fishing report for March, 2022 by Capt. Angie Douthit

by Capt. Angie Douthit Lake Okeechobee bass and crappie fishing has been on fire and will continue to bite well … Mar 8th, 2022

Angler Profile – Austin Springer

“I think I was around 3 or 4 years old, the first time I went fishing,” Austin Springer recalled.  “My … Feb 27th, 2022
Norman Lee

A FATHER & SONS FISHING TRIP TAKES A TURN – Norman Lee

I woke up the morning of July 3rd 2016 at around 6:00 am with a little bit of gitty in … Feb 25th, 2022

EcoTourism: December 2021

Aqua Adventure Tours helped Palm Beach County Environmental Resources Management (ERM) run a series of boat tours at LagoonFest in … Dec 6th, 2021

Kayak Fishing: December 2021

Inshore December will start to bring a few cold fronts our way. During the winter months, when water temperatures drop, … Dec 6th, 2021

South County Inshore & Freshwater: December 2021

This is the monthly fishing forecast for December. Hopefully, I’m able to give you some tips or ideas that will … Dec 6th, 2021

Determining the Best Freshwater Fishing Times

The start of the 2017 calendar year is still fresh and already the 2017 Speckled Perch Season is making headlines. Two weeks into the New Year and reports are coming in from Lake Okeechobee and Highlands County of large 2 to 2.5 lb slabs being boated on a regular basis. Aug 5th, 2021

What are the risks to canoeists and kayakers from alligators?

Encounters between boaters and alligators are not very common, particularly when you consider how many people enjoy recreational boating in … Nov 20th, 2020

2020 Roland Martin Marine Center Series Results

Villegas and Stamm beat the heat in the near-record field for the win.Jul 30th, 2020

Keeping Bass Alive: Don’t be fooled by ‘springtime’ in Florida

For most of the nation when one mentions springtime one thinks of warming temperatures, cold streams fed by recently melted snows and fish breaking out of their lethargic winter state. But here in Florida, it’s only mid-March and the air temperature has already climbed to over 90°F.Apr 8th, 2020

SUP Serves Your New Year’s Resolution

By Chris Anders, Contributing Writer So it’s that time of year for resolutions and foreseeable failures of will and determination.   … Jan 1st, 2020

SPECIES OF THE MONTH: Armored Catfish

This month’s Species Spotlight focuses on another non-native species introduced once again by the releasing of aquarium fish into the … Dec 4th, 2019

Coastal Kids Fishing Report: May 2019

by Christopher Sprague,  Jr. Angler-Team Tuppens Hello Anglers, I hope you all have been catching some monster fish! Our team … May 1st, 2019

Ranger Boats set to debut new pontoon line

December 22nd, 2016 Ranger Boats is introducing a new line of pontoon boats for 2017 called Reata by Ranger, which … Jan 27th, 2017

Courts Protect Boating on Fisheating Creek

Dec 21, 2016 In the continuing battle over boating access to Fisheating Creek, a Dec 21st ruling by Circuit Judge … Jan 27th, 2017

Winter Time Fishing On The Big ‘O’

We are always looking for excuses for why we didn’t catch fish and this time of year the cold water … Jan 27th, 2017

Fort Myers Fishing Report: Feb. 2017

Boys and girls of Fish World, lots of great things are happening here in the waters of southwest Florida, big-huge … Jan 27th, 2017

Palm Beach Kayak Report: Feb. 2017

Inshore February is a good time to target a lot of different species. From pompano, jacks and sheepheads around deeper … Jan 27th, 2017

PEACE RIVER – PORT CHARLOTTE FISHING REPORT: Feb. 2017

Well fellow anglers Mother Nature has brought us some cool weather that has dropped the water temperatures. Don’t worry, Charlotte … Jan 27th, 2017

Highlands Fishing Report: Feb. 2017

By: Ly Nguyen Hello from the Highlands! This is an exciting time of year in our area. Many of the … Jan 27th, 2017