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Man fails to save fishing rod from sinking into ice.
We boat and fish because it’s fun. But, fun doesn’t usually include an escape plan to the closest hospital in an emergency.
Read the January 2020 issue of Coastal Angler and The Angler Magazine in your area
If you catch a snook, let it go. Recreational harvest of Florida’s favorite inshore species is closed in state and federal waters. These seasonal closures are designed to protect snook during vulnerable times, such as cold weather. Anglers may still catch and release snook during the season closure.
Wintertime might never offer the kind of incredible bites one might find in fall or spring, it is still possible to experience great fishing.
We had the pleasure of hooking the Chevy Duramax up to a brand new Sea Pro 24 and hitting the recent redfish bite. The truck was beautiful, the boat was a dream to fish out of, and the company wasn't half bad either. Stay tuned for more to come.
Almost every angler understands the best fishing times are when the fish are feeding. This tends to be during dawn and dusk, but what often goes unnoticed are the two periods elsewhere in the day, which are moonrise and moonset. These are important, because these moon phases also have an effect on a variety of factors when they trigger a feeding pattern during these periods.
Fresh and saltwater anglers from all over the Southeast are waiting for the unofficial opening of the 2020 season: the Atlanta Fly Fishing Show, Jan. 31-Feb. 1 at the Infinite Energy Center, 6400 Sugarloaf Parkway, Duluth.