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Time is such a precious commodity. When a short-lived gap of freedom presents itself, I’m usually out fishing. Recently, foul weather ruined my plans for the day, so I plop down on my recliner and sulk for a bit while aimlessly channel surfing—that is, until my wife takes control of the remote.
Getting used to seasonal changes—or lack thereof—in Florida can be a challenge for those who need a discernible difference in their surroundings.
When gearing up for your next fishing excursion, there’s a pretty good chance you’ll pick a spot that you know guarantees constant catching.
A day on the water is best paired with a relaxed mindset.
There are many tactics and techniques that can influence catching freshwater fish.
When you take on nature and you have the upper hand, be mindful of how fragile a fish can be.
Florida’s inlets provide a replenishment of clean, fresh ocean water and are vital to the health of our ecological community.
Our Treasure Coast waters, tranquil and teeming with life, have diverse areas to wet a line. With a climate unmatched to South Florida the when to fish is yearly; the where to fish is a question often asked. My go-to answer: pick a bridge.
Florida waters have seasons just like we do above. Underwater, the conditions undergo changes that affect not only water temperatures but also the different species of fish that come and go yearly. This is referred to as migration.
Florida provides a picturesque setting when looking across any body of water. The temptation to be outside everyday exists, but alas, work gets in the way.
Not surprisingly, my greatest recreational pastime is fishing. I prefer to fish during warmer months, yet as the months heat up, so do the fishing tournaments.
A day on the water is always on the menu in South Florida. From time to time the weather has different plans for my favorite pastime of fishing, though. We grapple with foul weather yearly.
As all anglers know, there is one apex to contend with: the shark. In bodies of water that have shark populations, the predators can haunt a day of sport-fishing,
It is a noisy world. But if you think that it’s boisterous on top, try living in the underwater world where sound travels up to five times faster.
Catching a fish is half the fun—there’s also the indulgence part. Setting your sights on table fare brings the course of action full-circle. The hunt is complete.
Just like any sport or leisure activity, fishing can become fiercely competitive. Unfortunately, it has its fair share of braggarts and grandstanders, complete with embellished stories and exaggerated sizes of the catch.
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