Mike Mazur enjoys some great fishing in Sitka, Alaska, with the Sport Fishing Television crew
Ultralight spinning reels pack plenty of power for saltwater anglers
The inshore waterways around Fort Pierce and Jensen Beach, Florida, have experienced some challenging times in recent years — but the fishing here remains quite good.
While cruising the waters of the St. Lucie River not long ago, a small, tattered skiff skipped along at a distance. My guide friend muttered under his breath, “Commercials.” Netters have apparently been popping up with great frequency in recent times in this region, and if current FWC draft proposals for spotted seatrout go through, anglers may be seeing much more commercial activity in the future throughout the entire state.
We’ve been receiving some concerns lately regarding the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s June legislation for permit, pompano and African pompano. At issue: Folks were getting mighty concerned that our pompano were suddenly now susceptible to netting.
As technology surges ahead, there’s a fishing line for every occasion
Columbia invites Sport Fishing to Key West to find sharks, permit and more
It’s amazing how far apparel has come over the last 20 years. That thought really stuck me this past week during a Columbia Sportswear media outing held at the Westin Sunset Key Cottages in Key West, Florida.
Biscayne National Park is on the verge of closing seven percent of its waters to recreational anglers. And you’ve got less than 30 days to let park officials know how you feel about it.
Walking the halls of the Broward County Convention Center at the 52nd Annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, three new flats skiffs caught my eye. No surprise as to the first — Hell’s Bay Boatworks (hellsbayboatworks.com) has been a market leader in skinny-water skiffs for years, but its latest entry may well be the company’s most versatile boat, according to marketing director Todd Fuller.