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It’s time to adjust equipment, presentations

November 17, 2017 With cooling weather and dropping water temperatures, anglers especially inshore anglers, need to adjust their equipment and presentations. more »»

No luck catching redfish? Get back to the basics

November 10, 2017 New to the area and not having any luck catching redfish? Given up on trying to catch one on a lure or a fly? You’ve heard it’s just like bass fishing and you’ve worn out your arm chunking and... more »»

Big reds are hungry and willing

November 3, 2017 At times, local skinny water redfish can be as skittish as an over-pressured Keys bonefish in tourist season. Other times, redfish will eat any lure or fly you throw their way. That’s fishing. more »»

Cold weather brings hungry predator fish

October 27, 2017 Recent cold fronts pushing through our area will put predators in full feeding mode and hopefully on the end of your line. more »»

Ready for a fishing marathon?

October 6, 2017 Let’s see, a full moon, prolonged rain, high winds and muddy water. Just one of these conditions will often hinder a successful trip. more »»

Fall fishing is the best

September 29, 2017 Fantastic fall fishing arrives in Southwest Florida to help erase The Irma Blues. more »»

Use colors, sounds and scents

September 22, 2017 Matlacha’s dark murky waters made fishing tough, but not impossible for clients determined to catch fish this past Wednesday. more »»

Hurricane fishing — what a ride

September 8, 2017 There are many positive sides to hurricane fishing. Long casts come to mind. more »»

Don’t let batteries ruin the day

August 25, 2017 During the dog days boat maintenance chores are the last thing on most folks’ minds, or in my case on my mind, but not getting don. more »»

Conspiracy theory: Boat trailer lights

August 18, 2017 As American society descends into chaos and street violence over statues depicting our history (a basic assault on all of American culture would be more accurate) one wonders how many statues would... more »»

Redfish soon to be schooling

August 11, 2017 Wish you had that T-Top now? Ever feel like hiding under the poling platform just to get out of the sun? My skin feels your pain. Poling the boat at 9:30 a.m. more »»

For snook, lure combos solidly rule

August 4, 2017 The beginning of August and beach snooking is very ho. more »»

Topwater hits always a big thrill

July 28, 2017 Without question one of the greatest thrills in angling is the topwater strike. more »»

Spoon's flash, wobble can be trusted

July 21, 2017 Of all the many lures I carry and use inshore, one rod is always rigged with a spoon which this past week nabbed snook, trout, redfish, catfish, mackerel, and a 38-inch shark that turned out to be a... more »»

Permit go for live crab hungrily

July 14, 2017 Going offshore don’t be surprised to see permit, large permit over or around your favorite reef. more »»

Be armed to go after a Goliath

July 7, 2017 Want to catch the biggest fish of your life? Something that may actually pull you in? Interested? I thought so. more »»

Fishing is as hot as the weather

June 30, 2017 Red and mangrove snapper, grouper, sharks and cobia are waiting for you on your no-rain morning near or offshore trip. more »»

Seasickness: Prevention really pricey

June 23, 2017 I have heard it called many things, but a recent article about “Gulf Flu” and gyro stabilizers caught my ey. more »»

Rain makes for some easy fishing

June 16, 2017 The rains are here and all across Florida anglers on foot and in boats are taking advantage of fast moving creeks, overflowing dams and weirs. more »»

The good and the bad when fishing a few local spots

June 9, 2017 On days off from fishing, I often find myself on foot exploring (fishing) five very small isolated canals and assorted spillways near my home. more »»

 
 
 

 

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