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- What’s This, and What’s it Doing in Florida?
- Florida’s Freshwater Fishing Blog
- Summer Sharkin’
- FS SEMINAR- Natural Baits Inshore
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- Catching Mullet on Fly
- Snapper-Grouper Closure Area in the South Atlantic to Open?
Curt Arakawa of Daiwa Corp. talks about their MagSeal technology used on their line of salt and fresh water spinning reels. Magnetic oil is one of a new generation of Nano Fluids that can change density and shape when a magnetic field is applied.
inReach Explorer Integrates Route Planning, Waypoints and Navigation with Global Two-Way Text Messaging, GPS Tracking and SOS Alerting – All in One Rugged Handheld Device.
SOG has produced its first fishing specific knife, designed to make fish cleaning or bait cutting a breeze. The fixed blade – made of 8CR13MOV stainless steel – is anchored to a glass reinforced nylon handle. The knife comes in either a 6-inch or 7.5-inch blade.
The Bump Pro Series Lure Organizer designed by Capt. Roger Bump, Inshore Saltwater Fishing Guide and Northeast 4Caster for Florida Sportsman, is manufactured right here in the states by Raw Accessories USA and is the answer to the woes of storing hard plastic baits.
What’s the best way to carry fly boxes, leaders, and miscellaneous gear while wade-fishing? Florida fly fishers are talking about different waist and chest packs in the On the Fly Forum. Several point out the ergonomic drawbacks to chest packs, while others address construction issues such as waterproofing. It’s a good read, if you’re hunting for a new pack.
The Carbon Fiber Fighting Belts will come in three sizes and four colors to each size. Carbon Fiber Fighting Belts will enable fisherman to battle and land the biggest of predators that swim while minimizing fatigue and discomfort, while allowing the angler to maintain concentration on the fight.
Capt. Chris O’Neill shows us the newest saltwater grade lures from Pradco unveiled at the 2013 ICAST show in Las Vegas. Capt. Chris assures the new Heddon Chug N’ Spook is sure to get a reaction, making a tantalizing splash and rattle that hungry gamefish won’t be able to resist.
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