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Time to Gear Up - Deep Sea Fishing Rods

Deep sea, salt water fishing is a little different from fishing in the rivers and fresh water lakes. While lighter fishing rods are good to go for the fresh water bodies, deep sea fishing requires stronger rods. The deep sea fish varieties such as grander blue marine and snapper are also stronger and need something that will take on their weight and withstand the time it takes to land one.

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Advice for Goliath Grouper Fishing

Advice for Goliath Grouper Fishing

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Peacock Bass in Florida

Introduction of Peacock Bass in Florida

Peacock Bass FloridaPeacock bass fishing is one of the most fascinating game fish because of their tenacity. The unique peacock bass are native to the Amazon River of South America. They have now become a well-known fresh water game fish in Florida. They have fantastic fighting qualities and taste great too.

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Mangrove Snapper Fishing

Tips for Mangrove Snapper Fishing!

Mangrove Snapper FishingNo doubt mangrove snapper are in abundance, it is not a piece of cake for an angler to catch one though. It takes quite a long time for you to sit with your rod and line and wait for the fish to fall into your trap. Call these fish smart headed or call them lucky, it really doesn’t matter; the truth is that you need to be at the expert level of fishing, if you want to catch these beauties.

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Tiger Shark Fishing

Tiger Shark Fishing Guide

Tiger Shark FishingThe idea of trying tiger shark fishing can be quite exciting, but as you can imagine this is very challenging. Since you are trying to catch a shark, you need to have the right tools and precautions, otherwise things can go south really fast.

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Fishing with Shrimp

All You Need to Know When Fishing with Shrimp

Fishing with ShrimpIf you are by a coastline in Florida, there is most likely a bait shop that sells shrimp not far from you. Most of these bait shops have live and frozen shrimp anywhere from $2 to $5 a dozen. Considering just about every carnivorous fish in the ocean will eat shrimp, it is a great bait to use.

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Surf Fishing Florida

Tips for Surf Fishing Florida

Surf Fishing FloridaIf you are planning a vacation, consider surf fishing in Florida. This is a fun beach activity that involves fishing while wading in the  surf or on the shoreline. Florida, also known as the sunshine state is a popular destination for surf fishing. The beaches are known for their warm waters and miles of golden sand. The water is crystal clear with abundant inshore fish such as pompano, snook, snapper, bluefish, ladyfish, redfish and sharks. Most public beaches allow fishing from the shore unless crowded with swimmers.

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Getting Familiar with Stingrays & Catching Them

It’s the time of year to start looking for stingrays in Florida’s shallow waters, where they tend to stay from the start of May through October. You may have already seen signs on the beaches to look out for them as they tend to be at the water’s edge and you don’t want to step accidentally on one. It would be painful as the stingrays can sting from the barb in their tail in their defense.

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Best Fishing Times

For saltwater and freshwater fishing, certain times are better than others for fishing. Factors include the type of weather and depth at which the fish are swimming. In other words, the location where you fish affects what is considered the “best fishing times.”

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How to Catch a Hammerhead Shark

From the tackle and lures to use to the rods, bait, and reels you will need, here is everything to get you ready for catching a hammerhead shark:

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Teaching Safe Boating to Young Ones

Do you want to take your kids boating with you? Of course, you want them to be safe. Here is advice for teaching them the basics of boating safety in ways that are easy to understand and interesting.

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Saltwater Fishing Bait Tips

With bait advice, your saltwater fishing adventures can be all the more successful by landing you more caught fish. Here are some tips!

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Catching Blue Marlin

Have you ever caught a Blue Marlin? If not, you are one step closer to doing so by reading this helpful guide.

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How to Catch Sailfish

You’re interested in sailfish, you say? Good thing we have tips here for catching sailfish that you’ll be hard pressed to find elsewhere.

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Basic Saltwater Fishing Equipment

Saltwater fishing is popular. No, we mean really popular. About 22 million people across the U.S. engage in saltwater fishing each year, whether it be a saltwater lake, ocean or tidal inlet. For the beginner, extensive equipment is not necessary; instead, basic saltwater fishing equipment is rods, reels, bait, line, and hooks.

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Selecting Your Fishing Line

There are almost as many schools of thought for selecting the correct fishing line for a given fishing environment as there are different types of lines on the market.

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Tuna Fishing Guide

Fishing for tuna is easier when you know the ins and outs of the sport. Tuna is a saltwater fish, with varieties including skipjacks and bluefins. The finfish weights range between about ten pounds and 2,000 pounds.

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El Dorado Fish (Dolphin)

Hello, anglers! If you are like us, you probably have a favorite fish. Ours is the El Dorado fish, or you might know it as the dolphin instead. It is often simply called Mahi Mahi too. We can’t seem to get enough of fishing for this one, and here are a few things about the El Dorado that make it so appealing to us.

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Choosing the Right Saltwater Fishing Rods & Reels

When you use the right rod with your fishing style, you can increase your success rate for catching fish. In the saltwater fishing world, being a disappointed angler is not fun. Here are tips about rods and reels that can help you to avoid your fish going free, as well as saving you time and money.

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Tarpon Fishing

The tarpon swim along the Florida coasts, the Greater Antilles, and a few other Caribbean Islands. By learning more about this particular type of fish, you can become more skillful at tarpon fishing.

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