Some of the best snook fishing in the U.S. is found within the more than one million acres of Everglades National Park. Here is how to find them and catch them.
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Make your seatrout fishing more fun by using surface lures!
Poppers for Seatrout --- Lovely when alive, tasty on the table, spotted seatrout are one of the South's favorite saltwater fish.
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GO Outdoor University - Vol. 6.
By: John Kumiski
Feature Article - Adventure - How to - Tips Arguably one of the meanest creatures on the planet, the blue crab (Callinectes sapidus) is also one of the tastiest. This piece briefly discusses where to catch crabs, and how to go about it.
Catching Thanksgiving Specks, Reds and Flounder with Mississippi's Captain Matthew Tusa.
Editor's Note: Captain Matthew Tusa of Shore Thing Fishing Charters, based out of Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, fishes about 250 days each year. Here's what Tusa has to say about fishing the Mississippi Gulf Coast in November.
Editor's Note: Mark Nichols, president and founder of DOA Lures in Stuart, Florida, provided a fantastic day of fishing at Big Mud Creek in St. Lucie, Florida that would be every angler's dream fishing trip.
Editor's Note: Captain Johnny Greene of the "Intimidator," based at Orange Beach Marina in Orange Beach, Alabama, often takes his customers on 2-day, overnight trips to catch many varieties of offshore fish available.
As the sun clawed its way out of the Gulf of Mexico to brighten-up the skies and push-away the darkness, I could see that the silhouettes at the end of the pier included both men and women with their rods bent like question marks in the air. "The bulls are running!" one man yelled to encourage anglers to cast their rods out in the direction of his line to hook-up the school of redfish.
Editor's Note: Captain Jimmy Taylor of Biloxi, Mississippi, lacks one billfish, the swordfish, to have caught every species of billfishes in the world and qualify for the IGFA Billfish Royal Slam that recognizes anglers who have caught nine billfish species, the Atlantic and Pacific sailfish, the Atlantic and the Pacific blue marlin, the black marlin, the striped marlin, the white marlin, the swordfish and the spearfish. He's won two Grand Slam Jupiter Billfish Tournaments and finished 4th in the 2010 World Billfish Series Tournament, competing against more than 10,000 anglers.
When you think of Bull Red fishing off the Mississippi Coast one cannot help but think of beautiful bronze back very big fish. We are truly blessed to have a wonderful Redfish fishery here on the Mississippi Coast. It is a fishery that any avid angler can pursue and have fun at.