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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, …

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 …

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 …

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 …

Surf Fishing

Sharks Approach Surfers

Drone footage shows sharks approaching surfers and paddle boarders near the Fort Pierce Inlet in Fort Pierce, Florida. At one point a big shark nearly attacks a smaller shark right next to a surfer.

Fishing Tips, Advice & GuidesMore Tips, Advice & Guides

Gaining Confidence in a New Lure is Key

Gaining confidence in a new lure is key to having success fishing with it. Without confidence you might not tie it on or keep it on for long.

Latest News & EventsMore News & Events

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.