Go with the Flow, photo by Sam Farkas. The location of schools of dolphin has everything to do with current flow, and knowing how to plan your fishing around those currents makes all the difference in your productivity. Read “Go with the Flow,” by Jeff Weakley in the December issue of Florida Sportsman.
Sea Bass: The Other Grouper, photo by Drew Wickstrom. Jarrah Garner holds a nice sea bass, as featured in December’s feature story by David Conway. Garner is also featured in the 2016 Women Anglers of Florida Sportsman Calendar, on sale now.
Native Reflections, photo by Tammy Wilson. Step aboard a kayak or canoe and step back in time. Centuries ago, Florida’s Indian River Lagoon sustained the Ais and Timucue tribes. See the lagoon as they saw it. From the Florida Sportsman HD 2015 Calendar.
Hawksley says, “Using only artificials we have been able to land quite a few lunkers this summer and all of them right off Tarpon Bay Beach on Sanibel – no boat or live bait needed. We’ve caught many smaller snook in the canals and passes as well which is a great sign, but the 40-plus inch monsters seem to be out cruising the beaches in droves.”
Grass Fishing, photo by Capt. Rich Santos. “The Jacksonville-St.Augustine big Spring tides during the MidSummer – early Fall seasons bring out the ultra light tackle and sight fishing angler to hunt for tailing redfish, sheepshead & black drum that are gorging themselves on fiddler crabs over the flooded grass flats,” says photographer Santos. See more of his work at www.flyfishjax.com.