Stories2018-05-02T22:09:48-04:00

American Shad Fishing Q&A

Every year nature serves up a Christmas gift for central Florida anglers in the form of anadromous ocean fish that migrate up the St Johns River to spawn. Fishing for American shad and their smaller cousin, the hickory shad, is unlike any other fishery we have in Central Florida....

By |12.20.2021|

Mayan Invasion

No doubt you’ve heard of peacock bass, oscars, snakeheads and the plethora of exotic freshwater species that live in south Florida. If you want to catch your first exotic, I have good news for you. You don’t have to make the long drive to south Florida, we have an exotic right here on the Space Coast that you can catch.

By |11.22.2021|

Running with the Mullet

The mullet run is a massive migration of mullet along the east coast of Florida, from fingerlings to full grown adults. Along our stretch of coast, it starts in late August, peaks in September and October, and finishes up sometime in November. Just about every predator in Florida that feeds on mullet will move in for the feast.

By |8.30.2021|

Falcon Boats

Have you heard the expression “two hulls are better than one”? If not, well, now you have. Catamarans, also referred to as CATs, are taking the fishing industry by storm. From the little ones used to fish backwater marshes to the great big ones designed to cover a lot of ocean quickly in a day, you can now find a CAT for just about any type of fishing you want to do. One might ask, why have they become so popular? Plain and simple, it’s “The Ride.”

By |11.9.2020|

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