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The Skinny on Sunglasses

There is no question that sunglasses and caps are "musts" for outdoor activities. They are often thought of for saltwater fishing when scouring flats for "ghosts"— bonefish or when offshore fishing for billfish. But they are equally important when bass-boating around for largemouth, wet-wading rivers for smallmouth or carefully tiptoeing through trout streams.Jul 31st, 2012

New Horizons

As kayak anglers, we are somewhat limited to the amount of water we can cover in a single trip. This in no way restricts the countless miles of waters teeming with fish that we have access to within an hour drive of our homes. No matter how great your home waters produce fish, you are cheating yourself of even greater fishing opportunities if you don’t venture out from your honey holes and take advantage of the almost endless other fisheries your area of the country has to offer.Jul 31st, 2012

Sting ’em With a Clean (Snelled) Double Tackle

One of the worst feelings you can have is reeling in a bait that has been "short struck" or cut off just behind the hook. I can't tell you how many times the stinger hook has saved the day when it comes to trolling, bottom fishing and light lining. It is as easy as being able to snell fluorocarbon and even seven strand cable in some cases for critters with teeth. Jul 31st, 2012

Terminal Tactics

It’s easy to lose sight of priorities. Presentation ranks at the top of the list when it comes to catching fish. Putting a bait or lure in front of one’s quarry in a realistic manner incorporates several facets, but none more important than the choice of terminal tackle. Whenever you rig, think in terms of developing a total tackle system.Jul 31st, 2012
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Mako Madness

tiny boat + huge shark + fly fishing the pacific coast = MAKO MADNESS! Jul 30th, 2012

Are You Tuff Enough for This?

On the surface, it’s the ultimate Alaska dream trip; trophy grayling to 20 inches, slab-sided king salmon, and hooking 10 to 14-pound chum salmon, cast after cast, hour after hour. At day’s end, you strip out your flyline and let the current carry it downstream to the fish because you don’t have the energy to cast it.Jul 30th, 2012

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New Features Simplify Booking for Clients and Guides on FisherGuiding.com

Currently, almost 250 guides, charters, fishing lodges, outfitters, and fly shops are set up for booking through Fisher Guiding. This week, we went live with a few new features that make booking and scheduling both easier and more transparent for all parties.

Fishing the Indian River Lagoon In April

I recently had great day fishing the Indian River Lagoon, and the good news is the trout are back in some of their old haunts south of Vero and Fort Pierce.

Croakies – Committed to Life’s Everyday Adventures Since 1977

  The Croakies ARC System – The most technically advanced line of sport retainers, with a sleek and modern look – …

Top SUP Tips for Fishing

Typically coming in under 30 pounds, it is easy to transport, it’s quiet and super stealthy, and with a standing view it makes for a fantastic platform.

Dive Into the 11th Blue Wild Ocean Adventure Expo, April 14-15

The 11th Annual Blue Wild Ocean Adventure Expo, an action-packed water sports expo for watersport enthusiasts of all ages.

Kaku Voodoo Paddleboard

Kaku’s Voodoo Child has Arrived. New for 2018, the Kaku Voodoo is the ultimate sight casting paddle craft. This Authentic Fishing Paddle …

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Input Sought On Florida Scallop Season

With Florida scallop season coming to a close this month, FWC is looking for opinions on how the seasons should … Sep 20th, 2018

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RT Marine ADDA-TOP UNIVERSAL

RT Marine presents the ADDA-TOP UNIVERSAL with patented GAMMA technology that exhibits the industry’s best engineering, craftsmanship, quality of material, … Sep 19th, 2018

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