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Tapâm – A Flyfishing Journey

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A Sailfish in the Surf

By Kevin Ogle Seagrove Beach, Florida is one the best kept secrets along the small stretch of road called 30A. …

Stalking a Fish Called Walter on Arrowhead Lake

By Wayne Hooper There is a big bass known as “Walter” in Arrowhead Lake in Southern Maine and only Clyde …

Fall Pier Snook Strategies

By John Montagnino Every fall on Florida fishing piers is different. Some years there’s plenty of bait around the pier, …

Monster Redfish In Brevard’s Banana River

he concept of a bucket list is a grand idea even at a young age. With just a bit of self-reflection and a piece of paper, some of your most amazing Imaginings can start to take shape. Just the thought of all those far off lands send my brain swimming with silvery tarpon, majestic leaping sailfish, grand marlin within sight of land, or even monster redfish in the shadows of America’s space program.

Low-Tide Redfish Ambush at St. Marks Refuge

By Gary Droze If there’s angling in Heaven, do you catch a stout fish on every cast there? I propose …
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Sinking Fly Lines: Go Deep to Catch Big Fish!

The best saltwater fly fishing is usually below the surface especially when fishing in near shore or offshore waters. Fish …

Fall Shallows Equal Great Fishing

Sometimes you hit the fishing scene just right. That happened to a buddy and me some years ago fishing in …

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508-Pound Blue Tops Emerald Coast Marlin Tourney

The 22nd Annual Emerald Coast Blue Marlin Classic (ECBC), held at Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort from June 19-23, featured a total payout of $849,200 and a top prize of $95,040 for the tournament’s heaviest blue marlin—a 508.6-pounder battled in by Paul McMullen aboard Just The Tip.

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2024 BASTILLE DAY KINGFISH TOURNAMENT

Stretching 500 miles across the northern side of the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, the Puerto Rico Trench is the deepest in the Atlantic Ocean.

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Why Try Technical Diving?

Tec diving is obstacle-ridden and humbling, but can reignite a fading passion. It can leave you with a sense of accomplishment and a refined set of diving skills. It grants access to depths beyond recreational limits, where lesser-known shipwrecks and deep reefs lie, waiting to be explored.

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