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Like most anglers, I like to use a variety of baits during early Spring. Of these baits, one in particular stands out above the rest: the mighty little golden croaker.
Walking into a kayak shop and attempting to discern which boat is for you may seem a little daunting, especially if you are completely new to the sport.
There are many good reasons why our location on the upper end of the Texas Coastal Bend supports such a rich fishery, but probably the most important reason is the number of access points to the open waters of the Gulf that allows water to flow directly into our bay systems.
Tournament weigh-ins can be filled with excitement, pressure or disaster. Don’t spring your catch. The disaster I speak of is dropping your fish on the deck or even worse, in the water.
You have purchased a kayak and are excited about getting it in the water but how are you going to transport your kayak.
Do you ever think about water clarity? Other than when you pull up to the lake and notice, wow, the water sure is muddy today from all the recent rains.
Okay, folks, this is it. This is the time of year when you can catch trout on any stream that holds them.
I have always considered surf fishing to be the best of both worlds – you get to enjoy fun in the sun at the beach while you also have a shot at catching some really nice fish, one of which is the Florida pompano (Trachinotus carolinus).
Blue Hunter, a 43 Riviera based in the Cape Verde Islands, boated a grander blue marlin weighing 1,046.1 pounds (475.5 kilos) to win the 2021 World Cup Blue Marlin Championship.