- West Central Florida Weekend Fishing 4Cast
- FWC Poll on Extending Scallop Season
- Bottom Bouncing off Boca Grande
- Dog Finds Kayak Fisherman Offshore
- Florida Fly Guide, Sunglasses Maker Fording New Waters with GeoFish Films
- Red Grouper Rising
- Boca’s One Ton Slam
- Hot Action Near You!
- Florida Angler to Represent U.S. in World Catfish Classic (and She’s Smiling About It)
- Monster Landed on the Florida Middle Grounds
From the duck blind to the redfish flats for an extra dose of cold season action. Ask most sportsmen about the action on Tampa Bay and they’ll say it’s a “blast.” Practically speaking, that colloquialism usually starts with a “cast” to snook, redfish, trout and the like.
An often fast-paced and highly visual pursuit, snaring mangroves within a rod length of the transom defines “cool,” but it’s also practically advantageous. Normally, when a guy tells me my fishing day will involve glass minnows and pompano jigs, I assume we’re talking flats and beaches.
Capt. Brian Jill is a Tampa Bay-area fishing guide and roving video-journalist for the GeoFish film series. He’s listed as one of the Trout Bums on the Costa Del Mar Explore site, but Brian Jill is neither a classic trout fisherman nor is he a bum.
One place to celebrate our sporting heritage is the Florida Sportsman Expo at the South Florida Fairgrounds in Tampa…
West Coast summer grouper are easy to find, once you know what their homes look like. Each sandy patch we stopped at produced grouper, almost always on the first drop, attesting to Bradley’s formula–white patch plus dark bottom divided by 10 feet of warm summer water equals grouper.
Your roadmap for success on the biggest “reefs” in Florida waters. Bridges carry folks from Point A to Point B, but how about Point Sea? You have to get out of your vehicle for that one, but sling a bait under one of these people pathways and you’ll find angling action aplenty.
NOAA Fisheries Service announces that the closure date for the Gulf of Mexico recreational red snapper season is being extended six days.
Larysa has been invited to attend to the World Catfish Classic, May 23-25, in Chiprana, Spain. Fishing with local guide Gary Sheriden, Larysa carries the flag of Team USA…
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