Baitfish Profiles: Hollow-Bodied Frogs

Hollow-bodied frogs are all the rage these days around Florida’s inland waterways. But fishing these lures is quite a bit different than fishing with soft plastic frogs or swimbaits, and it requires a bit more finesse and less of a “cast-out-reel-in” presentation. There’s an art form to hollow bodies and this proves especially true when […]

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Vacuum Sealing Your Catch

While there is a statewide emphasis on both catch-and-release fishing and responsible harvesting of fish, rightfully so, there’s nothing wrong with keeping fresh fish for dinner, as long as all rules and regulations are followed. Additionally, we recommend against limiting out on your target species every chance you get unless every piece of meat will […]

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Techniques for Capturing Five-Star Fishing Photos

It’s undeniable, photography and fishing go hand in hand. In today’s information age, where the internet and social media dominate, capturing a photo of your catch is a critical part of the experience. If you want a truly post-worthy image, it pays to put some thought into how you shoot it. For some photographers, like […]

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Strategies for Targeting Redfish in Cold Water

When you think of inshore fishing in Florida, it’s hard not to think of redfish. Known for their copper-bronze coloring and iconic spotted tail, redfish can be caught throughout Florida in coastal waters and estuaries year-round. They are, without a doubt, one of Florida’s more widespread inshore species and one of the most popular sport […]

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Fishing From a Stand-Up Paddleboard

Of all the ways to target different species of fish, none seems as unique as stepping on a paddleboard. Here’s why. The concept of minimalism simply means restricting yourself to the basic necessities and being as streamlined and efficient as possible, and this becomes particularly apparent in paddleboard fishing. Fishing from a boat allows for […]

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