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A Tarpon Ride in the Dark

“If you want to have fun, go to Disneyland,” said my friend and fly casting mentor Peter Lami. “Night fishing …

Going Surf Fishing?

With our country’s 23 coastal states, and over 75,000 miles of coastline, it’s easy to understand America’s fascination with surf fishing. Alaska, Florida and California rank first, second and third for the most coastlines, while New Hampshire, Delaware and Maryland rank 21st, 22nd, and 23rd, with the least amount of shoreline.

Beach Snook Fishing – Part I

Summertime is definitely the right time to fish the beach for catch and release snook action! If you’ve never caught a snook, surf fishing at the beach is an excellent place to try it and now is the time to go. Snook will readily take artificial lures, flies, live or cut bait as they prowl the surf in preparation for their summer spawning sessions on the outgoing tides at the varied southwest Florida passes.

Surf Fishing Essentials

I love waking up before dawn, grabbing a coffee and driving to my favorite surf fishing spots with a fluttering …

Save the Sawfish

Science and the pinnacle of big-game fishing come together in this film, which features some of the only known video ever captured in the wild of one of the world's most endangered fish, the largest fish in Florida's inshore waters and the first marine fish protected by the Endangered Species Act - the smalltooth sawfish.
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Anglers Hammer Bluefin and Yellowfin

The 22 anglers who journeyed out for a five-day long-range fishing adventure aboard Captain Mike Lackey’s Vagabond out of Point …

Hands Free Plugging

I am the first to admit that I am addicted to throwing topwater plugs. Whether I am stalking the flats of South West Florida for redfish and snook or hitting up the local ponds for largemouth bass, my hands down bait of choice is a low pitch topwater plug. Most experts will proclaim that the only time a floating plug is effective is in low light conditions.
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Successful Tips for Fighting Saltwater Fish with a Fly Rod

Most fishermen think of the fly rod as a casting tool rather than a fish fighting tool. Rarely, in most freshwater fly fishing situations, does the angler have to apply a great deal of pressure to subdue a fish or lift very large fish from deep water. However, when fishing in the salt with a fly the fly rod and how the angler uses it becomes a very important part of the anglers success in bringing a large saltwater game fish to leader.

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2019 Islamorada Sailfish Tournament!

The 56th Annual Islamorada Sailfish Tournament kicks off at Whale Harbor’s banquet facility on Thursday December 5th 2019. Fishing will … Nov 5th, 2019

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The Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Officially Pulls Into Port

Celebrating its 60th anniversary, the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) - the world's largest in-water boat show - officially opened with a traditional maritime ribbon-cutting ceremony made up of colorful signal flags and a Bahamian Junkanoo Band.Oct 31st, 2019

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