As fishermen, I know you’ve seen muck before. It’s that black mayonnaise stuff on the bottom in stagnant areas. You’ve probably pulled some up on your anchor before. Or had to wade through a canal and sunk down to your knees...
Let’s get down to brass tacks. I’m not going to sugar coat anything. Yes, we are experiencing unprecedented times. The last 60 days have been a bit of a whirlwind for all of us. However, more than ever, we are trying to find ways to interject some kind of normalcy in our lives. It’s exciting to see things opening back up, even if it is through a phased approach.
Teeth Cutting Flounder Fishing Tips from the Family & Cosmetic Dentistry of Jasin M. Youmans DMD
Every year, anglers throughout Central Florida eagerly anticipate the arrival of gifts from the North on December 25th. The gifts come in the form of two to three pound silver dynamos that run, jump, pull drag and provide a bunch of fun on ultralight spinning and fly tackle.
Paul MacInnis overviews fishing the "minnow swarm" on the St. John's River. Right now the annual event is going off, and anglers are catching crappie, bluegilll, bass, and more.
Paul MacInnis overviews the numerous types of fishing pliers on the market, providing insight on which may be best for certain applications, and also highlights some important features to look for in a good pair.
Since I was just a kid, the Fall Mullet Run of September and October has always been my favorite time to fish Sebastian Inlet and the surrounding waters on the Space Coast. Mile-long schools of mullet line the beach as tarpon, sharks, jacks and king mackerel give chase -- fishing doesn't get much better than this! Whether you are fishing from a boat, fishing off the jetty or wade fishing the Lagoon, you can have a lot of fun and success during one of the greatest migrations on the planet right here in Central Florida!
Light tackle anglers in east central Florida have a fantastic opportunity to catch a variety of saltwater species during the fall months along the beaches of Cape Canaveral, Cocoa, Satellite, Melbourne, and Sebastian each year. Falling air and water temperatures that occur during the September through December time frame create a massive migration of silver and black mullet along this stretch of coast line.