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My Favorite Mutton Snapper Bottom Rig

When you're fishing for mutton snapper, use this proven rig for success. Start by anchoring about 50 feet off the structure in the sandy area. Use a 30 pound class spinning or conventional rod set-up.

Conchservation: Action Today will Ensure Conch for Tomorrow

The Bahamas National Trust and conservation partners BREEF, Friends of the Environment, Community Conch, the Cape Eleuthera Institute, the Bahamas Department of Marine Resources, The Nature Conservancy, The Moore Bahamas Foundation, Harbourside Marine and the Sandals Foundation have come together in a national campaign whose ultimate goal is a sustainable queen conch industry in The Bahamas.

Smartphone Fishing

The exciting news in kayak fishing electronics is that now the majority of the Hobie Kayak line now comes equipped with the Lowrance Ready System. This will make the installation of you favorite Lowrance electronics frustration free.

Fly of the Month: Clear Cure Goo Real Eyes

For many anglers, fly tying can be considered a hobby, maybe even to a passion to some. I know a handful of guys who are just as happy sitting at the tying bench as they would be out on the water with a rod in hand.

Halloween Bass

Halloween Bass is the key this month as every day is a witch-hunt. Their deep, their shallow, their feeding on the Full Howling Moon, their pulling a Vampire and sleeping during the day and that is if you can find them.

Fawns Best Left in the Wild

Every year, the lives of many young wild animals are destroyed by well-meaning people who attempt to "rescue" them from the wild.

When I Say “Duck”

If you are a duck hunter in Florida, you know that in the month of September we get to wet our appetites with September’s teal and wood duck season. I have recently done some scouting and have seen a good number of blue wing teals in my area.

Top of the Food Chain

Nature has a way of dictating what happens to its food webs. Things are constantly in flux, fish are moving in and out, and predators follow closely. It is the best game of cat and mouse. As a scientist, I am constantly amazed and also perplexed by how nature can be resilient at times to some things (storms, human presence), and extremely sensitive to others (changes in water quality, temperature, etc).

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Keys Kids Catch’em Up At The 25th Annual Derby

112 Keys Kids participated in the 25th Annual Keys Kids Fishing Derby on September 25th hosted by the Lorelei.  Junior anglers pay no fee to participate in this event.  They may fish in one of three different divisions, Offshore, Shoreline or Backcountry and awards are given for three different age groups in each of these divisions.

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