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Snook Fishing in South Florida…

Capt. Gavet Tuttle approached the bridge span from the ocean side and said, “Drop ’em!” Carl Grassi and I fed back a pair of deep-diving plugs and hoped our pass under the bridge would yield a snook. We didn’t wait long. My plug stopped under the bridge, the rod bent ...

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Raymarine Ambassador: Art Sapp, Native Son…

Seventh-generation Floridian, Captain Art Sapp, is a fearsome competitor and one of South Florida’s top fishing charters. His tournament record and backlogged calendar prove it. Sapp’s unyielding passion for competition is fueled by twenty years of success in going head-to-head with some of the best saltwater captains on the planet, ...

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Match the Natural Forage…

Just how crucial is it to closely match your lures and natural baits in size and coloration to the predominant baitfish? The vast selection available in lure color and design and varieties of live baits makes your choice quite confusing at times. What’s the real scoop? Selective Feed When a ...

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Staff Picks: Best Fishing Expeditions…

Mining Silver: The Lost Coast of Alaska Like the Sirens to Ulysses, Alaska beckons me. The southeastern area of the state bordering the Gulf of Alaska from the Copper River Basin south to the tiny town of Yakutat is known as the Lost Coast. It is remote, uninhabited, beautiful beyond ...

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DIY Flat Sinkers…

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Accurate Creel Surveys…

On the high seas, NOAA Fisheries -research vessels conduct index surveys to understand how pelagic -populations are trending. In the process they have killed a lot of fish. For anadromous fish populations, there are a variety of manual and electronic counting methods. Wouldn’t it be great if researchers could come ...

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Save Your Waypoints…

Many are treasured fishing spots that I expect to hand down to my kids, who might then pass them down to their own kids. If these waypoints were ever lost, I would be crushed, and I imagine many others feel the same about their spots. That lends impetus to the ...

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Bahamas Flats Regs Update…

The Bahamian government has suspended the controversial flats fishing regulations and licensing requirements that went into effect in ­January 2017. In a statement, the Abaco Fly-Fishing Guides ­Association expressed relief over the suspension of the regulations, which called for foreign vessels wishing to fish Bahamian flats to obtain the usual ...

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Bonefish on the Flats, Andros Island, The Bahamas…

In a nation renowned for its bonefish—look at a Bahamian dime: there’s a pair of bonefish on the—Andros Island stands out. The largest island in the Bahamas, Andros boasts the most extensive and varietal shallow-water habitat, drawing anglers from around the world to the famed flats to pursue bonefish. Bonefishing ...

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