How to Select the Color Palette for Your Fish Finder

When it comes to fish finder color palettes, some anglers use the default color scheme, others set one palette and forget it, and some may not even know what they are. While they are important, it shouldn’t be a complicated process for choosing the right one and we’re going to explain how. Get an insight into some […]

Read More

Moustache Triggerfish on a Fly

The tide is falling. Spring tide was three days ago, and you’ve been waiting for this day. Nothing but hot-white sand, warm shallow waters, and a clear sky on the horizon. The three blend, and it’s hard to tell the difference between water, sand, and sun, even with your sunglasses. You grip your rod gently. […]

Read More

New Fishing Gear for 2022

The International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades (ICAST) is a blur of excitement and chaos, bringing together many of today’s top fishing tackle, electronics, and apparel manufacturers. Taking place at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, lots of major players in the fresh- and saltwater fishing industries are there to showcase new products. […]

Read More

Boating Sportswear With UV Protection

Ultraviolet protection factor (UPF) is a measurement of how much ultraviolet light is blocked by a fabric. UPF 50, the most common rating on clothing tags, means the fabric will cut out all but 1/50th of the sun’s cancer-causing UV rays. Basically, 98 percent of the UV rays do not penetrate a UPF 50 fabric. […]

Read More

Brother Captains Break Record With 3,000 Dolphin Tagged and Released for Science

Captains Jimbo and Rick Thomas tagged and released their 3,000th dolphin in July of 2022. Dolphinfish Research Program There are thousands of offshore fishing charters around the world, and many catch dolphin during their outings, but only one has tagged and released 3,000 mahi in the name of conservation and science. Working with the Dolphinfish […]

Read More

Nick Honachefsky’s Top New Products from ICAST 2022

It’s no secret the Covid-19 pandemic pretty much shut down the world’s supply production chain, but even through challenging times, the fishing industry managed to crank out some top-notch new products to showcase at ICAST. Usually, it’s a top-10 roundup, but this one goes up to 11 (for all you This is Spinal Tap fans). […]

Read More

Fully Engaged At The 1,000 Islands Charity Poker Run

<!– People: Fully Engaged At The 1,000 Islands Charity Poker Run –> The Internet blew up yesterday. OK, that’s a wild exaggeration just for effect, but it is fair to say that social media in go-fast boating circles buzzed with the news of the engagement of Chad Shutter of BRP Marine Custom in Denver, N.C., […]

Read More

A Pathway for Permit: New Film from Costa Sunglasses and Bonefish & Tarpon Trust Highlights Permit Conservation Achievements

For Immediate Release  June 28, 2022   Contact: Nick Roberts Director of Marketing & Communications nick@bonefishtarpontrust.org 786-618-9479   Miami, Fla. – Bonefish & Tarpon Trust (BTT) and Costa Sunglasses have released a new film highlighting Project Permit, a more than decade-long permit conservation program funded by Costa, with support from the Lower Keys Fishing Guides […]

Read More

The 10 Dangers of Kayak Fishing

Although kayak fishing is a relatively safe hobby, accidents do happen. You need to understand the risks to save your life in dangerous situations. Some hazards are avoidable, but others require your quick and efficient response to prevent damage. So, before you go kayak fishing, here are the dangers to be aware of and prepared […]

Read More

Inside Angle: Blue, Blue and You

The world’s preeminent minds seem to agree: as a species, just being out on the water provides unseen healing properties. I take a lot of pictures, especially on the boat. It’s March on Lake Michigan as I write this and the marina opens for the season in two weeks. It’s like a countdown to Christmas […]

Read More

Use Stealth When Salt Water Fly Fishing

When fly fishing from a flats boat, slow down when scouting for fish. Don’t be afraid to hop out and wade too. Brenton Roberts There was a time when South Florida fly fishers and light-tackle flats anglers turned to redfish for a quick and easy fix. If the bonefish were not cooperating, then redfish would […]

Read More

The Best Canyon Lake Water Activities

Canyon Lake is located in the mountains an hour east of Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona. The construction made this artificial 900-acre reservoir of the Mormon Flat Dam on the Salt River. It’s tucked away in Tonto National Forest and is a hotspot amongst local Arizonians and tourists alike. Explore Canyon Lake Boat Rentals Canyon Lake […]

Read More

Best Boating Sunglasses – What You Need to Know.

Anyone who’s spent any time boating in Florida knows how intense our sun can be. And while it’s common practice to whip out the sunscreen before hitting the water, have you thought about the importance of protecting your eyes? If not, it may be time to invest in some specialty sunglasses, and we’ve assembled some important […]

Read More