Destination: Amelia Island
Dr. Richard Haimes and I were enjoying an afternoon of fly fishing on the backwaters of Amelia Island, where a hard north wind had limited our fly fishing success. During a beautiful Amelia Island sunset, the wind laid down, allowing small redfish fly’s to reach their targeted redfish waters.
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This angler is a real jet-setter
Sometimes, the best ideas are the simplest ones, the kind that make people slap their foreheads and lament that they didn’t think of them. Brian Lockwood gets that all the time. About 10 years ago, living on the water in Poquoson, Lockwood started using his Jet Ski to catch bait …
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Fish industry hoping to revive market
BOSTON – It’s been a worry-free couple of decades for the Acadian redfish. The reddish-orange schooling fish have been worth so little to fishermen that they’ve rarely had to flee from the tightening mesh of a net. But life for the redfish may soon be changing – if the fishing industry can get people to bite. Redfish is one of the few populations of New England groundfish considered completely …
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Lake Texoma needs thorough preparation for successful fishing
Do your homework for a successful fishing trip on the enormous lake.
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TODAY, SEPT.5: The Manasquan River Marlin and Tuna Club 30th Annual Offshore Open. The Offshore Open will offer a projected cash and prize purse of $50,000 based on a field of 50 boats. Tournament entry fee is $500. The with a Captain’s Meeting will be August 27 at 6:30 p.m. at Crystal Point Yacht Club. Last minute entries will be accepted. For further information, contact JP Dalik at (717)891 …
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New fishing shop catches anglers’ attention
New fishing shop catches anglers’ attention By Jason DuBose Bluffton is surrounded by some of the most beautiful saltwater environments and productive fisheries on the East Coast and fishing has deep seeded roots here. Many Blufftonians depended on the local fishery as a means of making a living. Many more enjoy it as a pastime, and countless visitors come to experience it if for only a few days …
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BLACK BAYOU — Bass and crappie are fair around grass and trees. Bream are fair on worms and crickets. CANEY LAKE — Bass fishing has been fair with some in the 7 pound class being caught early mornings in the coves and off the humps on red shad Brush Hogs and 11 inch worms.
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Fishing: Spend a little, spend a lot, but get out on the lake
As a kid, Freddie Davis remembers fishing along the banks of the Fond du Lac River with nothing more than a cane pole and a can of night crawlers dug out of his grandmas flower bed.
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I was considering going deep sea fishing out of the Channel Islands Sportsfishing Center. Anyone know how the fishing is out of that landing?
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I’m looking for a place in Florida that has a nice beach, with hotels right on the beach, and one of those deep-sea charter boats where you pay per person and they provide fishing rod and bait, etc. I’m from Florida and looking for a nice place to bring my boyfriend fishing for a 1st anniversary present. Something other than St. Pete area, because we’ve been there before… maybe on the East coast? Also, some place where we can go to nice restaurants at night, and with a pier or something… I know this is quite specific but any advice would help! Thanks!
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