Find Fish in Bright Sunshine

Consider your “essentials” for summertime outdoor adventures: Sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, technical fishing clothing. Now, consider that fish have no such protection. Every day, inshore species manage the heat and sunlight with one simple strategy: relocation. Night...

Reading the Water

With winter’s commencement, shallow coastal waters will become progressively clearer and that  means an increasingly higher level of apprehension among redfish. Maximize your opportunities by learning to interpret fishy signs such as: Nervous Water – Redfish...

Winter Topwater Trout Tips

Early winter’s a good time to catch big speckled trout on topwater plugs. From a Spook Jr. to a Badonkadonk, remember that line choice makes a big difference here. Fluorocarbon and braid both provide strength and durability, but while the former sinks, the later...

Shrimp and Jig Combo

It’s simple and non-pretentious, but unquestionably one of the most effective and user-friendly options for saltwater anglers — the jig-and-shrimp. You’d be hard pressed to find a marine fish (other than mullet) that’ll turn up its nose at a live shrimp. Even the...
Easy Steps to Better Casting

Easy Steps to Better Casting

Tailor Your Tackle Accurate casting begins with the proper tackle choices. The rod and reel must be tailored to the targeted ¬species and the fishing situation for best ¬performance. Opt for the smallest reels and lightest lines that will get the job done without...