Cool water? Go slow for success

Fish being cold-blooded creatures, when our water temperatures drop at this time of year we adjust our tactics to up the success rate. What’s the biggest adjustment? Slowing things down to make sure the fish, which are low on energy in the cool water, have a chance to take the bait. At this time of… Continue Reading

Trout are big and plenty right now

  This might be one of the absolute best times of the year for trout fishing, particularly when we see a warming trend like the one we’ve been having from Christmas into the new year. My go-to trout zone now is the expansive grass flats and spoil islands south of the Anclote River along St.… Continue Reading

Should You Worry About The Red Tide For Fishing in Southwest Florida?

Should You Worry About The Red Tide For Fishing in Southwest Florida?

There has been a lot of talk on social media and the internet about the red tide in southwest Florida. Yes we have had a long lasting episode of red tide this year, but its the end of fishing. The fishing has been off the chain with some of the best tarpon fishing of the… Continue Reading