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Fishing in the area still great

June 19, 2010 Day 61 and the oil continues to flow into the gulf and I’m really frightened, more so every day. more »»

Time for Cape Coral to prepare

June 12, 2010 Day 54. Turning on the television used to be fun and informative. Now, turning on the TV is a terrifying proposition. more »»

Failures to stop oil horrifying

June 5, 2010 While tar balls are washing up on the beaches of Pensacola, I sit horrified watching the latest TV reports praying BP’s latest Rube Goldberg contraption — the cap — is a success at gathering the oil... more »»

Fly fishing advantages over casting

May 22, 2010 If fish don’t get big by being stupid, then why did a 38-inch shook eat my homemade chicken feather fly? How can a simple hook with a few feathers tied to it have so much appeal to fish... more »»

Migrating tarpon are arriving

May 15, 2010 Every year in April, I like many others, get tarpon fever. Many tarpon addicts don’t even fish for other species unless they use them for bait. more »»

Choosing right hook for tarpon

May 8, 2010 One question I hear all the time when it comes to tarpon fishing — “Which hook should I use?” Every captain, guide, sportsman or woman has their theor. more »»

Fishing for tarpon a unique experience

May 3, 2010 What a fish, and yes they can and will scare you! Let a “green” tarpon jump in your boat and destroy it and you will understand what I am saying. more »»

Snook are seemingly everywhere

April 17, 2010 What a wild and windy week of great fishing! I just finished a six-day stretch of inshore fishing and each day presented different challenges depending on the wind and the abilities of... more »»

Migratory tarpon are on the way

April 10, 2010 Although Southwest Florida has resident tarpon that live in the rivers and canals all year, the main body of migratory tarpon are now en route from Miami, the Keys and points sout. more »»

Protection from sun is a must

April 3, 2010 The heat and summer sun are right around the corner and your body’s largest organ soon will take a beating. Skin protection is something that many folks don’t take very seriously till it’s too late. more »»

Trout run hot in some Cape canals

March 27, 2010 In an effort to escape the past week’s high winds and to produce fish for clients, I slowly motored my way through a couple of miles of residential canals to one of my cold water, hot spots. more »»

Programs help fish population

March 13, 2010 As avid anglers what can we do to directly help to maintain healthy populations of the fish we seek? Two projects come to mind that benefit two highly prized Florida gamefish — the... more »»

Despite cold, fishing still improving

March 6, 2010 This week the fishing continues to improve and even though the nights are still very cold, the day’s sun is becoming more intense. Spring is right around the corner. more »»

New items for kayak fishing

February 27, 2010 My first craft was a wide bottom river canoe that I inherited from my cousin. It was as big as a battleship and two people could stand up in it and cas. more »»

Returning to my bass fishing roots

February 20, 2010 Even though I’m a dedicated saltwater angler and guide, like many fishermen I was raised on freshwater bass fishing. Joined bass clubs, fished many B.A.S.S. more »»

Fishing for winter reds a challenge

February 13, 2010 Stalking skinny, clear water permit and bonefish in the Keys and far away island chains usually is a challenge best done in shallow draft skiffs or by wading very quietly. more »»

Record bass officially ruled a tie

February 6, 2010 Manabu Kurita and George Perry have one thing in common. They both caught a world record largemouth bass. more »»

River is a gold mine in the cold

January 30, 2010 During cold months in Florida novice or visiting anglers often ask where is the best place to catch a nice snook, tarpon, or even a big jac. more »»

Cold snap fish kill is a sad sight

January 23, 2010 First the good news. The sun is back and water temperaturess are back in the 60s, and both the fish and anglers are much happier. more »»

Many fish dead after cold spell

January 16, 2010 The full extent of the damage from this past week’s deep freeze is not yet known. I have heard reports from many sources and none of them are goo. more »»

 
 

 

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