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Tampa Bay Fishing Charters Get Hire Tampa Bay Fishing Charters Services In Florida by Dustin Hillard (01/16/2017)
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Huge Cobia on Eel Lure Being Ready for Cobia by Brett Swenson (11/14/2014)
Having rods ready for any situation will produce great catches
Nice spring striper on a clam Raritan Bay Spring Striper Clamming tips by Karl McKenna (05/01/2014)
Every week at the dock, I hear the same old complaints. The fish were just mouthing the clam bait but would not eat it. Here are some tips I have learned over the years running charters in Raritan Bay, New Jersey.
Massive Fuel Oil Spill In Galveston Texas by Chad Handley (03/23/2014)
A barge has spilled significant amounts of fuel in Galveston. Cleanup crews are working around the clock to cleanup.
What it takes to rise to the top by Mo Estevez (11/10/2013)
What makes an angler go beyond the average and become a great angler?
What the heck is MRIP? by Paul Eidman (06/01/2012)
NOAA seeks continued angler involvement and input to improve data collection methods
Captain Brandon Sauls with some nice inshore redfish caught this winter. Fishing tips for catching shallow Carolina winter redfish by Jeffrey Weeks (01/24/2012)
Winter redfish in the Carolinas gather in large schools and roam the inshore waters looking for food, protection, and warmer water. Anglers target them in very shallow areas that heat up more quickly as the sun rises during the day.
How to correctly hold a large sea bird Birds – How to release them by Mike Laubscher (08/23/2011)
An article on how to deal with large sea birds when they get hooked or tangled up in your line without excessive stress on the animal and morlatility.
This 46 pound bass fell to a live eel aboard the charter boat Miss Loretta. Fishing Cape Cod Bay for Big Striped Bass by Ryan Collins (06/22/2011)
Cape Cod Bay is home to an enormous population of over-sized stripers. Sticking to a game plan and mastering a few proven techniques can help an angler to bag more big fish this summer.
How to Catch More Yellowtail Fishing Southern California by Rob Mailly (06/14/2011)
Catching Yellowtail while deep sea fishing out of Southern California and San Diego boats can be one of the best pound for pound explosive fighting big gamefish fun! This article covers how to improve your chance at catching one of these great fish.
The Bite is on at Race Point by Ryan Collins (06/11/2011)
There is no telling what you may encounter when fishing the waters around Provincetown. Big bass, bluefish, whales and even tuna descend on the area to feed on the plethora of bait choices.
This 40 pound bass was one of 32 keeper bass caught during a morning blitz at Cape Cod Bay\'s Scorton Ledge. A New Perspective on Scorton Ledge by Ryan Collins (06/06/2011)
The Ledge relinquished another 50 pound striped bass this past weekend. Gaining a new perspective on this well known fishing hot spot could help you put more big bass in the boat this season.
Ft Lauderdale Fishing RED HOT Big Jacks Sharks Sailfish and more Hooked Up by Luis Perez (04/17/2011)
What a great April it has been so far off the coast of Fort Lauderdale aboard Hooked Up. We have been having great action on the wrecks with BIG Amber Jacks Sharks are sowing up reel good in about 350 feet of water and the sail fish have been from 80 feet of water out to 350 feet. Just all around great fishing aboard the Hooked Up and we are just getting started into spring. Captain Taco (954) 764-4344
Howard Hammonds, president of Mystic Tackleworks, shows off a redfish he caught on an Attraxx Mystic Shrimp soft bait while fishing with Capt. Phil Robichaux’s Guide Service and in the marshes near Lafitte, La.  (Photo by John N. Felsher) Feeding stimulants put fish in the boat by John Felsher (03/09/2011)
New Attraxx baits really work in salt water for redfish and speckled trout.
PAPAGAYO BILLFISH by Fradian Mendez Garcia (02/16/2011)
The best option to get your billfish of your dreams is in the Papagayo Gulf.
November 2010 Fishing Forecast by Danny Guarino (11/01/2010)
November 2010 Fishing Forecast SouthShore Tampa Bay Capt. Danny Guarino D.R. Guarino Charters 813-956-2010 www.fishingguidetampabay.com
Think like a Fish……………….. by Mike Laubscher (10/17/2010)
Many an eager fisherman's approach to fishing is to simply chuck his lure out there and hope to catch a fish, and it is thought that catching a fish or even a big one is luck. I call this "chuck & hope", and it is my belief that whilst one can get a lucky fish, it was only because unknowingly you put the right lure in the right place at the right time and in the right way. There should be a technical or scientific approach to the way you target fish.
Fishing with Strip Baits by Mike Laubscher (10/17/2010)
The strip bait is a very under estimated method of fishing, and yet it is highly effective and can be used in so many ways.
KZN Basics - Game Fishing with Trolling Lures by Mike Laubscher (10/17/2010)
Targeting the various species of Game Fish that we find off Durban using Artificial Lures can be rewarding, but ones needs to apply a little bit of thought, organisation and order to make it work.
Rigging up for Trolling – Part 1 by Mike Laubscher (10/17/2010)
Hard Plastic lures with lips like Rapala and Halco In my previous article called "Trolling Dynamics for small Ski-Boats" I discussed the various lures and how they work, in this article I want to cover the rigging of these lures and how to set them up in your spread.
Trusty TLD20 on a Crowder Tournament Sailfish Rod Fort Pierce, FL - Epic Sailfish Season 2010? by Tris Colket (10/05/2010)
Conditions look good. The cold fronts have already begun to march through and the mullet run ie extrordinarily strong. We\'ve already had an unusually good October dolphin bite and sailfish season is just around the corner.
Marty Cyr\'s 4-lb Sarasota Bay CAL jig blue Capt. Rick Grassett's Southwest Florida Fishing Forecast for October 2010 by Rick Grassett (10/03/2010)
This is one of my favorite months to fish. Both flats and the coastal gulf will be alive with action. Trout, reds, pompano, bluefish, Spanish mackerel and more in Sarasota Bay and snook around docks and bridges in the ICW and close to passes should be plentiful in October. In the coastal gulf, little tunny, Spanish mackerel, tripletail and tarpon should also be good options.
October 2010 Fishing Forecast by Danny Guarino (09/29/2010)
Fishing Forcast For October 2010 in Tampa Bay
Miami Fishing Charter Booking a Fishing Charter in Miami by Orlando Muniz (07/26/2010)
If you\'re planning on visiting the Miami area and would like to book a fishing charter then read on. The follow article is intended to provide useful information on the subject.
Bob and Paul with redfish Catch, Photo and Release by Gary Burch (07/14/2010)
Catching a throphy fish is a challenge. So take a photo and release to fight another day.
Nice Load of Yellowtail Miami Bottom Fishing Tactics by Orlando Muniz (06/16/2010)
Contrary to popular belief Miami reefs aren't fished out. The key to consistently making nice catches is to refine your techniques and carefully choose were you fish.
How To Catch Mahi Mahi (Dolphin) Off Fort Lauderdale, FL by Mike Johnson (05/24/2010)
Back to basics for the big Mahi Mahi run off of Fort Lauderdale
How To Choose A Fishing Guide by Alan Pereyra (05/01/2010)
Helpful tips for anyone interested in booking a guided fishing trip with a professional guide.
Galveston Island Texas Still Rebuilding by Alan Pereyra (04/16/2010)
Galveston Island in Texas is still rebuilding. Many people would be surprised at how much Galveston is looking like it\'s old self.
Only better! Fishing Mexico with Glen by Tris Colket (03/31/2010)
Even better than the stories that filtered back to the City Marina in Fort Pierce, Florida; sailfishing on the Floridian in Isla Mujeres was an experience that most anglers could never imagine!