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  • Q: This spring I have planned to take a trip to Cancun, Mexico. After reading your magazine, I have decided to go fishing offshore while I'm down there. Although I've been there once before, I know very little about the sport. I was wondering if you could tell me what kinds of fish would be around Cancun and the Gulf during early March, when I am taking my trip. Read More
  • Q: My, what big teeth this little feller has. I caught him with my daddy, who knows just about everything in the world except what kind of fish this one is. Can you help us? -Travis Clarke, Winter Park, FloridaA: Indeed, this fish has some formidable teeth. This little guy is an inshore lizardfish, Synodus foetens, and if you ever saw one of these explode from the sand to snatch a small, passing anchovy or glass minnow, you'd know why the dental work is so impressive. Lizardfish are classic "ambush predators" unable to sustain a chase. Read More
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    How-to's on sight casting for sailfish in the Florida Keys. Read More
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    Score More Strikes by Fishing In the Fast Lane Read More
  • Where world records wait - spring actions sweet off Destins sugar-sand beaches. Read More
  • How to Jig Up Hefty Snook from Southeast Florida Inlets Read More
  • Among the many species in the barracuda family (Sphyraenidae), the largest and most widespread is the great barracuda (Sphyraena barracuda) - which in the International Game Fish Association record book tops out with a tie between two all-tackle records: 84 pounds, 14 ounces, taken in 1991 from the Philippines, and 85 pounds taken at Christmas Island in 1992.Although no one knows how old such monsters are, a 40-pounder was aged at 18 years, according to Shaun Kadison, marine associate at the Florida Marine Research Institute┬┐' Marathon office in the Keys. Read More
  • How big can bluefish grow? Read More
  • If you want to catch a big marlin, you'd better use a big bait. Read More
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    Sight fishing for the "bullies of the flats" requires good stalking and fish fighting skills. Read More
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