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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.Sep 27th, 2012
I love waking up before dawn, grabbing a coffee and driving to my favorite surf fishing spots with a fluttering … Sep 27th, 2012
Most fishermen think of the fly rod as a casting tool rather than a fish fighting tool. Rarely, in most freshwater fly fishing situations, does the angler have to apply a great deal of pressure to subdue a fish or lift very large fish from deep water. However, when fishing in the salt with a fly the fly rod and how the angler uses it becomes a very important part of the anglers success in bringing a large saltwater game fish to leader.Aug 22nd, 2012
Now it’ summer and for the next month or so warming water temperatures will dictate changes in our fishing techniques. These changes will vary based upon our location relative to the Mason/Dixon line, but we will be making some tactical changes to accommodate the warmer water.Aug 6th, 2012
tiny boat + huge shark + fly fishing the pacific coast = MAKO MADNESS! Jul 30th, 2012
In the last several months, a number of huge swordfish have been caught in the Florida Keys. Jun 22nd, 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.