Everglades Fishing

When you think of the Everglades in Florida many thoughts may come to mind – vast gator filed swamps, oceans of grass, one of the most epic places for birding, the only place like it in the world, adventure, and so on. But for locals and those visitors that have chosen to do so, the Everglades is a true mecca for fishing enthusiasts. This place has called out to fishing legends such as Flip Pallot and Herman Luscerne. I was born and raised in Miami, and have had the pleasure of being able to visit this place almost every weekend for 20 years, I have since moved on – and in leaving the access to the Everglades, this is a decision that affects me the most to this day. Continue reading

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Virginia Beach Fishing

The waters off of Virginia Beach are a true highway for many popular saltwater game fish. Virginia Beach is located at one of the closest points to the continental shelf as well as the Gulf Stream in relation to the rest of the east coast of the United States. What this does is bring all of those blue water sportfish right into the zone for Virginia Beach anglers to target on a fairly short boat ride- and all year round.  Continue reading

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Fishing, Scalloping & Manatees

Florida, this place is just awesome. For the adventurous, the oceans, waterways and coastal areas are our playground. Whether by kayak or boat or even wading, there is a world of cool to be found here.  Continue reading

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Florida Peacock Bass

Peacock Bass fishing in Florida is a phenomenon that I have personally witnessed from the beginning. As a kid we chased around these “water trucks” that were pumping Peacock Bass fry into the Miami-Dade canal system. We didn’t realize it so much then, but within a year – Peacock Bass become a priority for us.  Continue reading

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That Fishing Though

I love to fish. Addicted? Yup. All that. And – I’m cool with every bit of that. I don’t think about much else. What’s the tide, what’s the wind, how’s my line, did I bring the drain plug, ice, etc – that’s it. That’s life. Continue reading

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Some Ideas for Guided Trips

When looking for something new to do, sometimes finding a pro with all of the gear and expertise can be the way to go. To think outside of the box, and to also not break the bank – we have come up with three ideas to get you and your friends and family outdoors this summer.  Continue reading

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Fishing: Inshore vs Nearshore

When it comes to shallow water fishing there are three subset zones that are actually completely different from each other. You have flats, back country, and “nearshore”. Though you can target some of the same fish in each zone, each zone also brings its own unique species and tactics. Continue reading

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