- FWC Announces 2013 Python Challenge
- Eat That Jack
- Snapper Fishing Florida Keys Bridges
- The Chill on Peacock Bass
- Spoil Island Camping and Fishing
- FWC Poll on Extending Scallop Season
- College Kayak Fishing (CKF) Competition
- Mako Shark Chomps Dolphin
- Landing Fish in a Paddle Craft
- A Glimpse into the Covert World of FWC investigations
A fan favorite of inshore anglers stages a comeback in the Gulf. From where I was standing, in the bow of Walker’s tidy center console, Christen’s catch was the happy conclusion to a dramatic fishery management story. Twenty years ago, the future of blacktip shark looked bleak, mired in commercial overfishing.
Florida is known for its alligators, some of which grow to monstrous proportions. The central portion of the state offers some great gator hunting in Florida and no one knows this country better than outfitter Corby Durrell of Indian River Outfitters based in Vero Beach.
Update on where and when to go for silver king action in the Sunshine State. Where do you want to fish for tarpon this year? For Florida boat-owners and even many shore fishermen, the answer may be as simple as, how long do you want to wait for them to arrive?
“This was our first of the season tripletail,” said Kowalyk. “It took a Rootbeer Icicle Shrimp. We went 6 for 7 on shrimp and fly. All smalls so far; there’ll be more pots out soon. My favorite!”…
Despite the fun fishing we were enjoying, the Indian River and associated Mosquito Lagoon and Banana River have been in a sad state of affairs for a while. Three or four years ago, this slender, 150-mile long waterway on Florida’s east coast was full of rich seagrass. But starting in 2010, the grass began dying off in unusual patterns, preceded and followed by algae blooms locals had never seen before.
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