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Shore Fishing
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July 25, 2021


Shore Fishing
Do Not Feed The Alligators
We’re sure every angler in Florida has seen the sign, “Beware of Alligators”. It’s incredibly good advice for both shore and kayak anglers, not to mention those folks walking along the shore. Wading anglers in fresh water around here may be brave or foolish depending on the population of alligators in a specific lake or river...

Thursday, June 24, 2021

Shore Fishing
Fishy Structure
You don’t have to read many fishing articles to come across the word “structure.” Some structures are manmade, while others are naturally occurring. Structure is everywhere and the successful angler learns to read it like a recipe. Structure, when combined with current and shadows, will tell an angler not only where a fish might be feeding but also what direction it is facing and where you should cast...

Friday, May 28, 2021

Shore Fishing
After the Spring Break Party
Every spring, sun starved folks from all over the country flock to Florida beaches to recover from cabin fever. This year this migration was especially intense due to the easing of CoVid restrictions here, more than in other states. While some enjoy the fishing here, many never even try it, and instead focus on sun, beer, seafood and partying. But every party has to come to an end and the spring break beach party is winding down....

Wednesday, April 28, 2021






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