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On Sunday, September 2nd, my crew consisting of Tuckker Brasher from West Marine’s Jupiter store, Laura Modena and I aboard my 21’ ProSports BayKat Can’t Say No powered by a Suzuki F200 headed out the St. Lucie Inlet. We had to go farther offshore to find bluewater than normal due to recent heavy rain runoff from the St. Lucie River. We hit our usual spots for getting some live bait but only found blue runners and hornbellies. Our target that Sunday was to find a nice wahoo (or two). On the way out, Tuckker and I talked about blue marlin. I wanted to finish the St. Lucie Inlet Grand Slam (swordfish, sailfish, white marlin and blue marlin). All that was left was to find that blue marlin someday…long odds for sure, but today it was about finding wahoo.Oct 2nd, 2012
By Capt. Troy Pate If I had the means, I would charter a boat and enter all categories to fish … Sep 27th, 2012
By John Montagnino Every fall on Florida fishing piers is different. Some years there’s plenty of bait around the pier, … Sep 27th, 2012
By Gary Droze If there’s angling in Heaven, do you catch a stout fish on every cast there? I propose … Sep 27th, 2012
The best saltwater fly fishing is usually below the surface especially when fishing in near shore or offshore waters. Fish … Sep 27th, 2012
“If you want to have fun, go to Disneyland,” said my friend and fly casting mentor Peter Lami. “Night fishing … Sep 27th, 2012
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.