Yellowtail Snapper

By: Michael Sipos, UF IFAS Sea Grant Agent Blog IFAS The yellowtail is a semi-pelagic transient species that sticks out … Oct 31st, 2021

The Fish Bite is On

By: Capt. Philip Watson Finally, some cooler temperatures are starting to show up and the fish are chewing! This is … Oct 31st, 2021

Wake em Up

By Joe Sheaffer The excitement of a crushing top water bite from one of the many inshore predators can really … Oct 31st, 2021

Fishing this Month Will Be Excellent!

By: Capt. Billy Norris Grouper and snapper have been biting well offshore. The backwaters have been equally as productive, with … Oct 31st, 2021

November Can Ce a Crazy Month

By: Eric Henson Crazy for both fishing and the weather. However, if you pick and choose your days correctly, prepare … Oct 31st, 2021

Well it’s finally November

By: Capt. Travis Freeman It is officially fall fishing season here in the Everglades and for me the fishing is … Oct 31st, 2021

Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice

By: Capt. Brian Boxx Fall is in the air and the advertisements that make the girls go crazy are popping … Sep 29th, 2021

How do Polarized SunGlasses Work?

by: CAM editorial Staff Every angler knows that fishing sunglasses are polarized sunglasses. Whether you’re slinging flies on a tiny … Aug 31st, 2021

The Effects of Storms

Capt. Dave Stephens As we move further into storm season things begin to change in our fishery. Let’s start off … Aug 31st, 2021

U.S. Power Squadrons – America’s Boating Club

by: CAM Editorial Staff Everyone who goes out on the water wants to have a good time and come home … Aug 31st, 2021
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