One of the things I enjoy most about publishing Spacefish is that it provides opportunities to meet new people that share my passion for fishing. Such an opportunity led to my friendship with Alan Ryland, with whom I just had the pleasure to go fishing with at the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge in Titusville.
TOURNAMENT DAYS: ROUND #3 2018 POWER-POLE FLORIDA PRO REDFISH SERIES with Alan Ryland & Jose "Pepi" Vidal of Team SeaDek 2018 Power-Pole Florida Pro Redfish Series-East [...]
I've written many articles over the years about the fall mullet run. I've used terms like frenzy, blitz, mayhem and frenetic to describe the fishing. Those are all good descriptors and are no exaggeration...
When was the last time you had a fellow fisherman introduce you to a new product that actually worked? Think about it for a minute — when was the last time someone said “hey, put this on your hook and I bet you will catch a fish” and it actually produced for you? Almost never, right? Well, I just had that “once in a blue moon” occurrence, and boy was I impressed.
What a fun, but exhausting three days, wandering the isles, visiting old friends and making new ones, and ogling all sorts of fancy new tackle I wish I could afford. I saw some good stuff, some bad stuff and plenty of stuff in between. Here is a rundown of the good, the bad and the ugly of ICAST 2018.
When this week's Spacefish Fishing Report comes out, the largest fishing tackle manufacturer's trade show in the world will be kicking off in Orlando at the Orange County Convention Center.
The crowd that gathered behind me screamed and clapped. People screamed and cheered from the hotel balconies. We stared in disbelief. God was with me today. This was my day to be king and probably my first fish story free of exaggeration. It was epic! He measured 56 inches. Weight unknown.
KAYAK FISHING FOR TARPON Tangling with the Silver King from a Humble Throne by Ryan Wood of RWood Outdoors Watch Ryan's latest tarpon fishing excursion on [...]