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Choosing the Right Cooler

In this FS Seminar, Reel Time Florida Sportsman host George Gozdz goes over a few things to consider when choosing the choosing the right cooler for you. Gozdz covers features such as size, functionality, insulation and more.

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Choosing the Right Hook

In this FS Seminar, Rick Ryals tells us what the most important things are to consider when selecting the right hook for the job. Ryals explains which hooks are best for live bait and dead baits, and the key differences and advantages of using j-hooks and circle hooks.

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Trolling Hard Plastics for Pelagics

During this FS Seminar, Rick Ryals ventures 60 miles offshore of Jacksonville Beach in search of fast-moving pelagics. Bruiser blackfin tuna, wahoo, and dolphin gobbled hard-plastic lipped diving plugs, in favor of natural presentations.

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Using Scented Soft Plastics Offshore

In this FS Seminar, Rick Ryals shows us that heading offshore for tasty bottom creatures doesn’t always require picking up frozen baits or stopping to throw the net or sabiki rig, it can be as easy as grabbing a pack of scented soft plastic lures.

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Battery Maintenance

Florida Sportsman Publisher Blair Wickstrom joins Ralph Baker of RJ Marine Group to talk about maintaining a vital piece of boat equipment, the batteries.

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FS Seminar – Properly Trimming Your Boat

George Gozdz, host of Reel Time Florida Sportsman, shows how to properly trim your boat using both the trim angle of the motor and trim tabs. Having the correct trim while running will allow for a much safer and more comfortable ride.

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Basics of Lobster Diving : Part 2

In this FS Seminar, Publisher Blair Wickstrom dives with his long time friend Juan Comendeiro to find lobsters off of Bimini, Bahamas. Comendeiro covers a few techniques for catching lobster when you don’t have a net at hand.

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FS Seminar – Outriggers

During this FS Seminar, Florida Sportsman publisher Blair Wickstrom goes over the basics of outriggers. Outriggers serve two main purposes: separating your baits and providing a small drop back when a fish strikes a bait.

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Top Tips for Sight Fishing

During this FS Seminar, Florida Sportsman editor Jeff Weakley gives indispensable tips on searching for fish while sight fishing. At the heart of sight fishing, he explains the importance of recognizing the aspects of shape, motion, and color while scanning for fish.

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Snakehead Fishing 101

“I have been getting an over whelming array of questions about the South Florida snakehead fishing. Most of the questions were where can I catch them, how do you catch them and what are the rules.”

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Spicy Grilled Lobster Salad

Lobster tails freeze well, and can be prepped months later out of the freezer with delicious results. FS managing editor…»

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FS Review – Chaos 16 Bonefish

Whether you’re in the backcountry, the river, or even an inlet, the Chaos 16 Bonefish is a unique fishing machine, offering a true Carolina flare that provides a dry ride and ample casting deck.

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FS Seminar – Survival Bag

Florida Sportsman boating editor Dave East reviews the essential items to pack in a survival bag in case of an emergency. Check out Dave East’s boating seminar “Backcountry Ditch Bag” in the April 2013 issue of Florida Sportsman magazine for more information.

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Tips On Using Your Power-Pole

During this FS Seminar, George Gozdz, host of Reel Time Florida Sportsman shows us a few great tips and tricks on using your Power-Pole in shallow water to catch more fish.

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Nighttime Swordfishing Rigs

In the FS Seminar, Florida Sportsman editor Jeff Weakley joins Harry Schafer at Grand Slam Tackle & Marine Supply. Weakley and Schafer go over some basic rigging for catching swordfish at night.

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How to Clean, Wax & Detail Your Boat – Part Three

After completing the cleaning and waxing process (found in the Part 1 & 2 videos of this series), the final step to making your boat really shine is to detail the aluminum and vinyl parts of the boat. In this FS Seminar, we explain the simple steps to do so.

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How to Clean, Wax & Detail Your Boat – Part Two

Waxing and polishing after cleaning your boat of all dirt and grime is essential for keeping your boat ship shape. In this FS Seminar, we explain the basic steps of compounding and waxing a boat to achieve that new boat shine and protect it for many more years of use.

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How to Clean, Wax & Detail Your Boat – Part One

Waxing and detailing your boat is an essential process to keeping the boat in peak condition. Before the waxing and detailing take place, it is crucial that you clean the boat of all dirt and grime.

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FS Seminar – Pulley Anchor System

Mike Miller shows how to properly secure your boat while camping overnight in the everglades during this FS Seminar. Extreme high and low tides can leave your boat high and dry come morning.

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Keys Spearfishing: From Hogfish to Wahoo

When it comes to spearfishing, the Florida Keys offers many great opportunities, from the shallow patch reefs to the deep bluewater out in the gulf stream.