Inshore Fishing

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Seeing Red

Florida Sportsman Member: G8trbait Then the girls got a double hook up. It must have been a small school that swam by because they were hooked up back to back! April’s was a keeper, but Sophie’s had to grow up a little. It was legal, but we could afford to be picky and I don’t usually keep them unless they’re over 20 inches.

Inshore How-To

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Pier Trolling

You don’t need a boat and a motor to go trolling for big snook. But a strong pair of legs and a stout rod will go a long way to landing some monster linesiders.

Inshore Gear

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Daiwa Mag Sealed Technology

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.

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Fishing for Juvenile Tarpon

Find a dark, stagnant pool or stream tucked way back in a mangrove swamp and there’s a good chance you’ll spot little silver fish rolling at the surface. Odds are they are tarpon, very small ones, only 1 to 3 feet long, and they are gulping air—a survival tactic that enables these fish to survive in habitats that repel most others.

Inshore Boats

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Aeon 23 Pro Guide

Florida Sportsman magazine joined Aeon’s Will Leslie at the St. Lucie River to get a firsthand look at their custom-built Aeon 23 Pro Guide.

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Blackjack 224

The Kenner family has made a name for themselves in the skiff industry and the Blackjack 224 is a culmination of years of their experience.