Florida Sportsman member: Bassin Assassin Set the hook on a good fish that went ballistic. She went out and then back for the dock. Kept her away and she made a great jump. Circled the boat and Jeff got her in the net. She measured 28.5 inches.
Florida Sportsman Member: big bend gyrene Growing worried we might not get any more bites, I decided to chum some dead baits and it sure seemed to work as within minutes we had on the bite we wanted! A big keeper cobia that gave Ontiltttttt exactly the fight he wanted[...]
Florida Sportsman Member: Captain Yak Switched up jigs to get away from the bonito. On my second drop and I feel a light hit. I set the hook and the fish is not really fighting. I get him to the surface and realize I have a jumbo blackfin tuna.
Solving the jumping enigma with flies. When you think about it, the “game” in gamefish says a lot about a fish. It helps explain why one man’s grunting and sweating aboard a drifting sportfisherman seems so far removed from another’s grilled swordfish in a restaurant.
Sighting in a deer rifle is simple, if you do it right. The preseason “sight in session” is ritual for many hunters. For some, it’s a quick, simple, and inexpensive affair. For others, it can be a lengthy and frustrating process that burns up a lot of expensive ammunition.
Florida Sportsman member: Joupdog1 We woke up early Sunday and drove south to fish some peacock bass. Pulled up to a spot on a canal that we had done good on before and were able to sight fish right away. Most of the fish were in pairs, but we got 6 nice peacocks, 3 on fly from the first spot alone.
The patented Lock ‘N’ Roll® latching system is designed in such a way that, once the latch plates are in place, Lock ‘N’ Roll® will never pop off like ball hitches do.