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  2. intimigator

    Remember the old days.

    Still Kickin it
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  5. LilyCoverGirl

    Boat cover

    Hello everyone! Need your advice. I have a Carolina Skiff 17 DLX and I need a cover for it. Where do you guys order custom made covers? The problem is that the central part of the boat stands out and I want to be sure that the cover will fit the boat perfectly. I've found a company producing custom made covers for reasonable prices https://alcocovers.com/custom-made-covers/ Has anyone ever ordered a cover at this website? What are your impressions? Thanks in advance!
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  7. FrickleMetimbr

    Bed Cover For Trucks

    As mentioned by the commentator above, this is a simple and straightforward tool. For example, by visiting the atompark website you will immediately see what advantages they have. How it is effective and whether it is suitable for you.
  8. linesider

    Remember the old days.

    Hi andy. Wonder why its not like it was. I spent hours here
  9. FrickleMetimbr


    Dearfishingct, I just want to introduce you to a new kind of marketing move - mass mailing. Who wants to promote your project among the masses of the population, then I advise you to view this online service, read it and begin to act.
  10. Native Floridian

    Florida Fisherman ll May 44 hour full moon trip

    Time for a comforting hot shower and a visit to Jersey-Girl: Time to hit our comfortable bunks for the long ride home. See you back at the dock: Early Sunday morning. Jacob is all smiles: Talk about 'all smiles'! Winning both the snapper & grouper jackpots will put a smile on anyone's face: When Tammy gets home, she is all smiles: Check out the action-packed video of our trip. You will be amazed: https://youtu.be/to9OaKAF3Xo Bob Harbison Florida Outdoor Writers Association
  11. Native Floridian

    Florida Fisherman ll May 44 hour full moon trip

    Fishing out of North Carolina is the father/son team of David and Jacob Sorrells: Blackfin Tuna are no match for Jacob, he caught two: Young Jacob is in the eighth grade at Carton Middle School. He is anxiously awaiting High School. Jacob not only fishes, but loves to hunt. His favorite weapon... The mighty 45-70. Graduate from High School? You had better believe it. To honor the event, Dad has promised a caribou hunt. Way to go, Son, way to go: When you are fishing 100 miles off Madeira Beach, Florida, even the porgy's are a 'little' on the LARGE size: June welcomes the opening of American Red Snapper, and Gag Grouper season. ARS we be open from 6/1 until 8/2; Gag Grouper will remain open for the remainder of the year. Pay Back Time: Staff sergeant, Mr. Jason Cubero, Lithia, Florida, has served our country for the last 18 years. What an honor having this American Hero fishing with us. Mr. Cubero is stationed at MacDill Air force base. This brings back many memories. In the fifties B-52 were stationed at MacDill. Once you have seen one coming in for a landing, roof-top high, you will never forget it: Speaking of never forgetting, sergeant Cubero will never forget what this Gag did to his rod: We were in huge Triggerfish the entire trip: Talk about huge: How about 'huge' eyes? Saturday evening... We have been fishing for over 24 hours:
  12. Native Floridian

    Florida Fisherman ll May 44 hour full moon trip

    Things are looking good, very good: As we prepare to fish all day Saturday, Will makes sure Friday's huge catch is iced down: Let the fights continue:
  13. Florida Fisherman ll May 44 hour full moon trip Last Tuesday the Florida returned with a huge African Pompano: The prized African Pompano can be found throughout the tropical oceans and seas of the world from the east and west coasts of the USA, South America, Africa, the Indian Ocean, Asia, Australia, as well as many islands of the Pacific: Let's do it again! Next week we will be anxiously awaiting the return of one of Florida's best, Mr. Larry Miller. Larry is now in Canada fishing the Detroit River, and Lake Michigan for huge Lake Trout, and Coho Salmon: Larry, wish you could be with us for this trip. Friday, May 17, 2019, as we board the Florida Fisherman ll for a 44 hour full moon trip our thoughts are on snapper. The May full moon is 5/18/19 @ 5:11 P.M. Snapper have a tendency to go a little 'crazy' during the full of the moon periods. First-up... Plenty of very lively Pinfish: Let's go! Will goes for the GOLD: See you Sunday morning. We are out of here: Will and Jason makes sure we are ready. Staff Sargent Mr. Jason Cubero is all ears: Speaking of ready... Boy! Are we ever ready for this: We will be fishing for over 24 hours. Rest is essential: But trolling is ever so exciting:
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  15. Remember the old days when we had tournaments on this fishing forum? We had some great fishermen back then.
  16. jimmykoolpants

    kayak fishing hernando area

    I used to live in hernando county. Mostly fished at jenkins creek. I never had a kayak back then but I do remember in the winter months you can look down in the creek and see a bunch of snook just sitting there. I almost had my first snook on a top water popper. It was a moment I can't forget. I was sitting there testing my new lure and watching the little bubbles as i pulled it in and then a big snook's mouth popped out and grabbed it. My mistake was I didn't have a leader on my line. Also be careful, I was in the water about knee deep throwing a cast net and turned around and seen 2 alagator eyes looking at me from about 20 feet away. I think he had lunch on his mind. I haven't been in the water since. If you are looking for another place to go kayaking. I was try Honeymoon island, it is a little more south but seemed like a great place for kayaking.
  17. jimmykoolpants

    Does anyone know who makes this reel?

    After searching images for a few days on google, i found out which reel this was. It is a "okuma trio" reel. Not sure why I seen so many bad reviews on this reel. I purchased 2 back in 2013-14 and absolutely loved them. I was kind of sad when I lost them when an unexpect storm came through Daytona and my kayak got flipped losing my two favorite rods ( bonefish ) and reels. I was thinking about replacing them with the same reel but with the bad reviews I'm wondering if I should go for something else. I might just buy one and see if is as good as the one I bought in 2014.
  18. I was kayaking and lost my favorite reel. I was wondering if anyone would know who makes this reel. this is the best picture I can find. I purchased it about 5 years ago at sports authority.
  19. AH360 Photography

    Fishing Photographer Joins Forum

    Hey Anglers, just wanted to announce my signup here at the forum and introduce you to my work. I shoot everything on the water in South Florida which to include: Fishing tournaments Fishing teams Fishing Boats Boats for sale Yachts for sale Fishing and Water Products If you are active on your Instagram you can find me at @ah360views! I will include some samples below, but more of my work is available on my site: https://www.ah360views.com/
  20. At a pond with connected streams in Minetto, NY and saw a bunch of fish leapin from the water upstream. Anyone know what type they might be? Only got a couple pictures. Going back in a couple days to catch one to get a better look. My dog jumped in after em and I can confirm that the fish were at least the size of my dog's head. The screenshots are from a video my father took of them, theyre the clearest shots of the fish.
  21. Retired and disabled so I am reteaching myself to pier fish. I have a copy of Pier Fishing in California and I expect to be hitting From Seal Beach and far south as San Clemente. Any advise tips etc. are appreciated. If you see a guy with a modified fishing cart/walker say hi!
  22. Native Floridian

    Hot catch in May

    Florida picture perfect weather, a mountain of fish, great friends, the best of food, and a comforting hot shower... It's time to hit our bunks for the long ride home. Early Sunday morning, already? Just think! In June we can add Red Snapper and Gag Grouper to this pile: As first mate Will hands out our fish, we are already thinking about next weekend, next weekend when we do it all over again: Nothing like coming home in the money: Guys & Girls, this was going to be my mystery fish. But even when the FWC biologist are not sure what kind of fish it is, I decided it was too tough to call. Here is what Butch, FWC, says: " its looks like a wrasse maybe a creole wrasse? Theres hundreds of these little fish ot there that form part of the diet of most fish. Hogfish are also a wrasse" Butch Check out the action packed video of our trip. If you did not see it for yourself, you would not believe what the Florida Middle Grounds & Vicinity have to offer: https://youtu.be/4FFM_Y0AJyM Photo credits: Mr. John Martin, Chef Tammy Koota, Bob Harbison And a very special thanks to Captain Dylan Hubbard for carrying on the family tradition of excellence for four, soon to be five, generations: Bob Harbison Florida Outdoor Writers Association
  23. Native Floridian

    Hot catch in May

    Sun-up 100 miles off Madeira Beach, Florida... Priceless! The 'bite' continues: A young Captain goes to work: Dr. Tony sir, a Mangrove Snapper like that will put a BIG smile on anyone's face: The night Mangrove bite was strong. Looks like it's going to be non-stop: Jersey Girl records the action: It's a good thing we have a two day limit: The Gags and Triggers are ready for lunch: Did someone say lunch? That's not just a burger... That's a one of a kind, 'Tammy Burger!' Hey! I'm hungry too: Watch Tony's great tuna fight 12 seconds into the video at the end of this presentation: Talk about a fighting machine: We have been trying to get away from the American Red Snapper the entire trip... Forget it! With a 2 day possession limit, and a season from June 1, until August 2, pay-back time is close, very close! Late Saturday evening... Nature at its best: Talking about the best:
  24. Native Floridian

    Hot catch in May

    Hot catch in May Traditionally as the weather warms so does the fishing. A typical first of May catch: Will may 3, 2019, continue the 'Tradition'? Only one way to find out. Join us on the Florida Fisherman ll as our fishing coach, Mr. John Martin, and fourth generation owner-operator, Captain Dylan Hubbard welcome us to an overnight 39 hour serious fishing trip for serious fishermen/women. John has camera in hand to record all the action: Open wide John's Pass Bridge; we are on a mission: Trolling on the way out can be very productive: Friday night fishing on the Fabulous Florida Middle Grounds and Vicinity defies the imagination. For those who have never tried it, you cannot even begin to imagine what you are missing: Before it gets too late Captain Garett and sons enjoy a movie: The 'bite' is on-going: Be very careful around these guys; they will hurt you.
  25. Archimedes

    Grilling Mackerel? And Taste?

    Sorry, I now see where to add ur own flavors/spices.
  26. Archimedes

    Grilling Mackerel? And Taste?

    A good fiend from the old AF days told me his brother is a butcher and revealed a secret ...seems he recommends marinating it the same way...but not not only with fish, but chicken , beef, venison etc. Seems to tenderize awesomely. Careful with balsamic added dressings...it will actually cook the meat while marinating, if left too long.
  27. Archimedes

    Grilling Mackerel? And Taste?

    Care to share that fish spread/dip recipe ?
  28. Brad Holister

    Any oldtimers still on this forum?

    How does the various products mentioned on the list compare, and which one can be said to be the best? https://bestfishfinders.website/best-spinning-reels/
  29. Native Floridian

    Hunting in Florida

    The State of Florida is sportsman's Paradise; a mecca for both the hunter and fisherman. There is a very good reason why Florida is recognized as the 'Fishing Capital of the World.' But what about hunting? Every fall of the year thousands anxiously await the beginning of a sport that has been embedded deep withing our very foundation... Hunting! Florida's public wildlife management areas (WMA) offer excellent opportunities for those even on a strict budget. Florida has one of the largest wildlife management area systems in the country at nearly 6 million acres. FWC is the lead manager or landowner on over 1.4 million acres and works in partnership with other governmental or private landowners on another 4.5 million acres. This statewide network of remote and scenic lands is managed for conservation and recreation. Healthy habitats and abundant game populations are the result of dedicated professionals – wildlife biologists, land managers, partners and volunteers – who work to ensure wildlife have the conditions needed to thrive. During the decade of the 1960s Florida's deer herds were experiencing strong annual increases. The art and science of wildlife management was becoming more science and less art. Arrests for game violations increased 5-fold from the early 1940s. Deer numbers increased 10-fold and annual deer harvest was over 40,000 animals. Sound FWC wildlife and habitat management practices coupled with more effective law enforcement caused deer numbers to continue growing throughout the decades of the 1970s and '80s. The year 1985 marked the first time in Florida's recorded history that white-tailed deer harvest exceeded 100,000 animals. And the trend continues: But that's just the beginning. The Sunshine State has a huge population of the very hard to hunt turkey: Florida turkey hunters can hunt two subspecies of turkey, the Eastern: And the, Florida only, Osceola. Because of their unique and small distribution the Osceola is highly sought after as a real Sunshine State trophy: Prefer the fields? Try quail and dove: Like to hunt swamps? Think ducks and sniper are easy to hunt; easy to hit? Think again? And, while in the Florida woods, never forget: Even the squirrels are abundant and ever so fun to hunt. The State of Florida is sportsman's Paradise; a mecca for both the hunter and fisherman. Bob Harbison Florida Outdoor Writers Association
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