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Find those slightly chilled fish

December 18, 2010 For anglers perplexed by the icy water temperatures and don’t know where to start to find their fish, think deep basins, canals or channels. more »»

Fish react to the chill differently

December 4, 2010 Wow, did it get cold quick or what? Of course, clients are booked wanting to catch fish. It never fails. more »»

Techniques for trolling success

November 27, 2010 Trolling techniques can be as simple as tossing out a lure behind the boat while running across any body of water to high-tech downrigger setups for northern fish like salmon, musky, or walleye. more »»

Gear up for mackerel, toothy kings

November 20, 2010 If you have not experienced the fall migration and feeding frenzy of seemingly millions of ravenous Spanish mackerel with lots of bluefish, trout, sharks and kingfish mixed in, you are missing out o... more »»

Storing a boat? Let's do it right

November 13, 2010 This time of year when the first cold winds blow and the water temperature starts to fall, many fair-weather fishermen think about putting old faithful on the lift or trailer for several months. more »»

Beware in shopping used boats

November 6, 2010 I never thought I would be boat shopping again, but here I go. more »»

Would you like plastic or feathers?

October 30, 2010 The first thing people ask when getting on board is, “what kind of bait are we using.” I always reply, “plastic or feathers. more »»

Use poling platform to catch fish

October 23, 2010 Twice this past week I’ve had a chance to pole a flats skiff through the back country shallows in search of redfish. more »»

Fall fishing bonanza going strong

October 16, 2010 Snook, Spanish mackerel, mangrove snapper and world class redfishing continues to be strong in these parts, so if you have not gone out there by all means do so. more »»

Fishing memories still strong

October 9, 2010 Every angler has one or more outstanding fishing memories. In 50 years of fresh and saltwater fishing, I have been blessed with many. more »»

Mackerel, reds turn on in fall

September 25, 2010 Fall is upon us. You can feel it in the early morning, almost smell it in the air. Falling water temperatures tell redfish its time to school up and patrol the flats. more »»

Low-cost methods to go fishing

September 18, 2010 In this day of $60,000 flats boats and a rotten economy, how does the boatless angler get in on the superb inshore fishing we are blessed with? What if I told you it’s possible to drive... more »»

Goodies complete flats boat

September 11, 2010 What do you need to outfit your new flats/bay boat to make it the perfect fishing machine? If you just spent $40,000-plus on a hull, motor, and trailer why not outfit it with all the goodies? more »»

Great time to go for that shark

September 4, 2010 Every year many clients want to tangle with a shark and right now is a great time to do so. more »»

Match boat choice to your needs

August 28, 2010 One of the most asked questions from anglers is, “What is the perfect boat for this area?” Answer: It does not exist. Most all boat choices are compromises. more »»

Some basics for fall redfishing

August 21, 2010 Last week I wrote about the upcoming fall redfish bonanza where redfish form large schools and patrol the flat. more »»

Fall favorite time to catch reds

August 14, 2010 Although we are blessed with world class fishing year round, the fall months are my favorite. more »»

Witnessing a struggle for life

August 7, 2010 Every morning for the past week I have been watching a violent life-and-death struggle taking place not far from my window. more »»

Fish still biting even in the heat

July 31, 2010 It’s hot as blazes, but the fish are still biting and there is plenty of bait available as well. more »»

Setting reel drag has many options

July 10, 2010 To a beginner, the drag on fishing reels can be a highly misunderstood tool. more »»



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