- Launching Your Boat by Yourself
- FS SEMINAR- Natural Baits Inshore
- Hog Hunting in Florida
- FS Seminar – Water Movement
- FS Seminar – Pulley Anchor System
- How to Tie Loop Knots
- Peacock Bass – Florida Butterfly vs. Brazilian Speckled
- FS SEMINAR- Potholes Of The Flats
- FS Seminar – Docklights: Nighttime Excitement
- FS SEMINAR- Installing Hydraulic Steering
Knowing how to properly use your boat’s livewell system can make a notable difference in your bait’s liveliness. In this FS Seminar, Reel Time Florida Sportsman host, Capt. George Gozdz, discusses tips and techniques about caring for your live bait and livewell systems.
Companies like Berkley Gulp! often sell scented baits in a tub of scented “juice” that marinates the baits while not in use. Florida Sportsman’s Rick Ryals explains how these tubs of the “magical juice” can be utilized to preserve and give old baits a scent that fish can’t resist.
Assemble a fool-proof backing, flyline, leader and fly connection system. You should never lose a fish because the leader and fly line separated, or lose a fly line to a fish because the backing-to-fly line connection failed. Fly fishers should know how to make the proper connections in their tackle. Making these practical connections requires no tool other than a line clipper.
Surface lures are deadly when bass come off the beds. Many anglers consider the spring spawning season the most excit- ing time of the year. But, when it ends, the action isn’t over. The three- month period that follows may produce your biggest bass of the year—especially if you enjoy throwing topwater lures.
A basic knowledge of bass habits, combined with keen observation, can make for a very productive day. A spot gives an angler a general area to fish. A pattern tells the angler the specific depth and cover situations within that area where his casts need to go—and those areas that can be ignored.
When it comes to artificial baits, the plastic shrimp is one of the most versatile baits both inshore and offshore. Like any bait, using the right technique is vital to making your presentation swim naturally, improving your chances of catching and landing more fish.
Spear fisherman offers insights into the new rage on the bluewater grounds: vertical flash teasers. Recently, light tackle hook-and-line fishermen have discovered the effectiveness of vertical flash teasers for wahoo and other pelagic fish. These tools have long been part of the bluewater spearfisherman’s game.
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