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  3. Native Floridian

    Huge full moon CATCH

    On last week's 39 hour trip Will caught a beautiful Mutton Snapper on a new DAIWA SK slow pitch jig: Looks like this new jig is also good for Grouper: Did you know that African Pompano is a member of the Jack family, and is also called a Cuban Jack? This species of Pompano can be found in virtually all tropical waters including the Pacific Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, West Africa, and our own Gulf of Mexico. The All-Tackle record, 50 pounds, 8 ounces, was caught 4/21/1990 by Tom Sargent, Daytona Beach, Florida. Once again the Florida's fishing coach shows us how: Is just before the full moon the best of times? Well! We are always glad to welcome the had working, dedicated, FWC biologists. This is REAL data: And now for our mystery fish. This is a tough one: Catch the action in this short action-packed video. Be sure to watch Will go for the GOLD: https://youtu.be/20aVpOpTbCI A very special thanks to Mr. John Martin, and Captain Dylan Hubbard for making this report possible.
  4. Native Floridian

    Huge full moon CATCH

    Huge full moon CATCH The January full moon is 1/21/19 @ 12:17 A.M. Snapper have a tendency to go a little 'crazy' during this time of the month. The Mangrove and Yellowtail Snapper should be on fire: Friday, January 18, 2019, Ten A.M., Tammy and guest are ready for a 44 hour marathon adventure deep into the very heart of our Gulf of Mexico. The Florida Fisherman ll will be fishing the famous Florida Middle Grounds and vicinity just before the full of the moon. To many this is the best of times. Let's go see: This is looking good. Box number one is stuffed full, and the snapper are still on fire. And now the rest of the story. Will McClure has been the first mate on the Florida for over ten years; he is one of the best. Will goes for the GOLD in what has become known as, 'The Great Line Toss'? Hit or miss? Only one way to find out... Watch 2:06 minutes into the video at the end of this report. Will makes sure we are ready for the fights sure to come: After a great Tammy meal and a good day's rest, let the fights begin: Mr. John Martin, fishing adviser on the Florida Fisherman ll, has been fishing Florida waters for decades. He is very knowledgeable and eager to share his vast experience. John can make a good fisherman and excellent fisherman. John leads by example: We listen: Think Kings are not still around? Think again:
  5. Pat Reischmann

    Sabiki Weights To Fit Inside Sabiki Rod

    Do you still have these, or can tell me where I can get them?
  6. I know this thread is back from 2016, but you guys should check it out now. It has many new features and keeps getting better every month: Free 7 day forecast Personal Logbook with many different attributes Mapping Groups 100% free https://www.fishangler.com/
  7. Trolling on the Florida Fisherman ll Florida is known as the Fishing Capital of the world and for very good reasons. Florida's 7,700+ lakes, 10,550 miles of rivers and 2,276 miles of shoreline are teeming with fish. In the Sunshine State there is most always a place to wet a line. And 'wet a line' we do... According to a recent 'VISIT FLORIDA' study anglers spent 46.3 million days fishing in Florida. Tourists from all over the world spent 4.8 million days fishing in the Sunshine State. Many who do not own their own boats enjoy excellent fishing on the many headboats that fish offshore Florida waters. Fourth generation owner/operator, Captain Dylan Hubbard, of Hubbard's Marina is ever so proud of his heritage. Captain Dylan's Granddad, Captain Wilson Hubbard, ran his first headboat in 1954. The catches were outstanding. In the late fifties Captain Wilson introduced the art of trolling on a headboat. The prices were a 'little' different way back when: Today Captain Dylan is every bit as serious about fishing as Captain Wilson Hubbard ever was. He is always there to see us off and wish us well: The catches are very good: What about Captain Wilson's, 'art of trolling'? Is trolling on a headboat still going strong? Join us as we take a look with on the water pictures & video: Catch the action packed video of Trolling on the Florida Fisherman ll https://youtu.be/TQM33A4IJk4 Over 46 million days a year spent fishing the waters of the Fishing Capital of the World, and for very good reason! Bob Harbison Florida Outdoor Writers Association
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  9. Father and son. Fishing buddies. Each year we set out with one goal in mind - to catch as many fun memories AND catfish as possible!! Over the recent years, we have "dialed in" to many secrets and patterns of catfishing, and land approximately 40-50 each season! And now, you can be part of the action. We want to share our experience, wisdom, tips, and most exciting moments with you! Join us, as THIS season, we will be sharing our father-son fishing adventures, and giving tips on hooking and wrangling MONSTER-sized Catfish!!! SUBSCRIBE to our channel!!
  10. Father and son. Fishing buddies. Each year we set out with one goal in mind - to catch as many fun memories AND catfish as possible!! Over the recent years, we have "dialed in" to many secrets and patterns of catfishing, and land approximately 40-50 each season! And now, you can be part of the action. We want to share our experience, wisdom, tips, and most exciting moments with you! Join us, as THIS season, we will be sharing our father-son fishing adventures, and giving tips on hooking and wrangling MONSTER-sized Catfish!!! SUBSCRIBE to our channel!!
  11. Father and son. Fishing buddies. Each year we set out with one goal in mind - to catch as many fun memories AND catfish as possible!! Over the recent years, we have "dialed in" to many secrets and patterns of catfishing, and land approximately 40-50 each season! And now, you can be part of the action. We want to share our experience, wisdom, tips, and most exciting moments with you! Join us, as THIS season, we will be sharing our father-son fishing adventures, and giving tips on hooking and wrangling MONSTER-sized Catfish!!! SUBSCRIBE to our channel!!
  12. Cat DADDY & Son

    Watch and JOIN Us on YouTube!!

    Father and son. Fishing buddies. Each year we set out with one goal in mind - to catch as many fun memories AND catfish as possible!! Over the recent years, we have "dialed in" to many secrets and patterns of catfishing, and land approximately 40-50 each season! And now, you can be part of the action. We want to share our experience, wisdom, tips, and most exciting moments with you! Join us, as THIS season, we will be sharing our father-son fishing adventures, and giving tips on hooking and wrangling MONSTER-sized Catfish!!! SUBSCRIBE to our channel!!
  13. Cat DADDY & Son

    Our New YouTube Channel!!

    Father and son. Fishing buddies. Each year we set out with one goal in mind - to catch as many fun memories AND catfish as possible!! Over the recent years, we have "dialed in" to many secrets and patterns of catfishing, and land approximately 40-50 each season! And now, you can be part of the action. We want to share our experience, wisdom, tips, and most exciting moments with you! Join us, as THIS season, we will be sharing our father-son fishing adventures, and giving tips on hooking and wrangling MONSTER-sized Catfish!!! SUBSCRIBE to our channel!!
  14. Cat DADDY & Son

    Join Us on YouTube!!

    Father and son. Fishing buddies. Each year we set out with one goal in mind - to catch as many fun memories AND catfish as possible!! Over the recent years, we have "dialed in" to many secrets and patterns of catfishing, and land approximately 40-50 each season! And now, you can be part of the action. We want to share our experience, wisdom, tips, and most exciting moments with you! Join us, as THIS season, we will be sharing our father-son fishing adventures, and giving tips on hooking and wrangling MONSTER-sized Catfish!!! SUBSCRIBE to our channel!!
  15. Hey Guys! New to the site, but not the outdoors. Hope to see some new faces! My Blog
  16. Native Floridian

    Re-Visiting Two Guys And A Hog

    Thank you so much. It's been a wonderful life. Still going strong. Began the new year in the woods:
  17. I'm has something to feeling toward on this 2019. I wanted to hear someone alike Fishing saltwater. They discussed to someone captain who's know could have fish zone area from Florida. A fish following during on January 2019. They fish would following toward the north at North Carolina. And A fish would come North Carolina during on summer and fall . So, Why are fishing got looking for a Spanish Mackerel , King Mackerel , Red Drum , Sheephead , croakier Atlantic , Flounder. They did hunt a fishing. Why is reason to making your money to saving the bank. Adult should have a meeting with angler groups. Where you're money came for ? Only can have get a budget a dollar for bait, lure, tackle, Gas vehicle, Gas boat , Rental boat have must a driver boat license permitted. 🤷‍♂️ If you don't know how regular your budget the money. Keep with your all wallet pocket for out the restaurant. They want to hunt for Spanish Mackerel on May 2019 between July 2019. Do you like would on surf fishing ? Spanish Mackerel Black Drum Red Drum SheepHead King Mackerel Cobia Never to quit with fishing gone . Just do it to moving out and go fish on.
  18. Native Floridian

    Golden Years Hunting in Florida

    Today, thanks to modern medicine, our older generation is living longer than ever before. A new Pew Research Center analysis finds that 97% of United States counties saw an increase in their 65-and-older population since 2010. Florida, which has long attracted snowbirds and retirees, is one of the nation's grayest states. Overall, 19.1% of the Sunshine State's population is 65 and older, the highest percentage in the nation. To many of us hunting is not just a hobby, but a way of life. To be successful year after year requires a great deal of time and effort. Unfortunately, as we approach our 'Golden Years', many of us can no longer do the, 'way-of-life' things that mean so much to us. Hunting is no exception. Charging after dogs hot on the trail of a huge boar through swamps, hunting old logging four wheel drive roads, using our Warren winch to pull our 4X4 truck out of Florida swamps... Forget it! Must we give up, 'Golden Years Hunting in Florida'? No way! Alternatives do exist. One such 'alternative', high-fence is enjoyed by thousands from one end of the Sunshine State to the other, and for good reason... It's fun; fun to be enjoyed by young and old alike. And the best part, we have all the fun; someone else does all the work. When done properly, by a real outfitter, the 'fun' lever can be off the chart. As in the wild smaller pigs can be relatively easy to harvest; the BIG boys are a completely different ball game. Not only are they smart, very smart, but they come equipped with a nose that, fence or no fence, gives them an advantage that often defies the imagination. They did not grow to trophy size without taking full advantage of their outstanding sense of smell. They remain on high alert. A good cover scent helps, but the best solution is to make sure the wind is blowing in our faces, away from our trophy. Perry, Florida's Two Guys And A Hog, has been offering, 'the 'fun' lever can be off the chart', hunting for over a decade. These top-of-the line outfitters cater the young as well as the 'Golden Years' hunters: Many of us love to celebrate special occasions. Talk about a place to celebrate. In December of last year I celebrated birthday number 77, and wedding anniversary number 39, at Two Guys And A Hog. I wanted a real trophy in honor of my late wife. It's almost dark; the really big boars have kept their distance. Honey, maybe next trip. Hold on! Look at that big one. He is running through thick cover over fifty yards away. It's now of never... BAM! Hog down; hog down and out. Thanks to Francisco, my trusted guide... Thelma can be proud of her husband. What a way to end the year. Let's begin the new year by leaving big city, Tampa, in search of another real trophy Florida wild boar. Many of the Sunshine State's cities have experienced a population explosion. But small-time Florida is still alive and well. Before arriving at Two Guys we pass through Otter Creek. As of 2018 Otter Creek had a population of 132, it own post office: And Hershel's quick stop DELI and Country Grill: Family owned and operated, Hershel's has been serving the people of Otter Creek for decades. Not too many places offer smoked mullet dip, conch dinners, or alligator meat. Hershel's does! Thanks to places like Hershel's old time Florida will remain alive and well for decades to come. Time to go hunting: The BUNKHOUSE and fire place are outstanding: The father/son team of Mr. Terry Goff, retired Tampa Police Sargent, and son Kevin enjoyed the BUNKHOUSE before hunting the next morning, and what a hunt it was. Our retired Sargent put his Savage .30-06 to good use. His son, Kevin, is an expert with his Remington model 7400 chambered in the ever so popular .308 caliber. Let's see if Francisco can do it again. First up... Plenty of corn. Here is where that 'nose' can be used against even the biggest Florida wild boar. Hopefully the smell of that corn will be too much temptation. Francisco goes to work: Hogs love to follow trails. When we have a very long, well traveled, fence line trail, plenty of water, and corn, we have a winning combination: Let's share the action with fellow sportsmen/women: That fence line feeder is working well, but the BIG boys are staying in the thick timber. Finally! He knows I am there and is on high alert: Ever so slowly I reach for my Marlin 1850 stainless guide gun. With the cross-hairs of my 3X9 Nikon scope just under his ear I touch the trigger and release the unbelievable power of that mighty .45-70 ULTRAMAX 405 gr. power-house. Hog down! Watch the 'kill-shot' 4 minutes, 40 seconds into the video at the end of this presentation: Thank you Francisco; you are the best. This best-of-the best guide has been with Two Guys And A Hog for ten years. Guatemala, you can be proud of your native son: Talk about a trophy to be proud of: Must we give up, 'Golden Years Hunting in Florida'? No way! A 225 pound Florida wild boar with huge cutters is a trophy to be proud of. After all, ' Alternatives do exist'! Follow the action in this short in the field action packed video: https://youtu.be/qgcjuMdaIxk What an honor sharing, 'Golden Years Hunting in Florida' with you. Next time around join me and I will feature you in my report.
  19. Capt_Nick_Warrington

    Crystal River Florida Fishing

    In the past week our trout bite has been solid on the shallow flats in 2-3' of water. Popping cork and a shrimp or soft plastics on 1/8oz jigs it's varied day to day on which one they prefer. Mostly slot fish. Starting to get some sheepshead on the nearshore rocks. Wednesday we had to get wrecked by grouper and catch 100 grunts to weed out 6 keeper sized sheep. It wasn't easy.Hopefully sneaking out a few days this week to fish myself. highoctanefishing.com
  20. reelkayakfishing

    Help identifying this fish

    A real dark tilapia.
  21. Dima

    Help identifying this fish

    Black Acara (Cichlasoma portalegrense) maybe?
  22. I enjoy making homemade tackle. Last winter I made ice rod strike indicators for myself and liked how they worked. Just created a video on how to make strike indicators for ice fishing for anyone interested in making them: Here is the YouTube video: https://youtu.be/RaAqV6_cHJk
  23. I'd has to doing on fishing requirement from license this 2018 about March'18. I wouldn't have other some friends who're loved fisherman. I'm Deaf owned host and went to the saltwater angler on facebook and fisherman post on the website. I'm enjoy to the dream. I love be fishing saltwater . I have depend a few new friend who live in North Carolina for group saltwater like 2 or 3 people were joined. They like to sharing together to meet e-mail on the restaurant and meet the pier. I'm learning for show the youtube on watching and how to catching the Spanish Mackerel and the Red Drum and Sheep-head fish. If I want tournament in Saltwater surf. I would go to be there in Topsail beach north carolina, And Morehead North Carolina. You'll love fisherman at the beach ? But, I would be a invited a new some friend fisherman group someday. Not crazy crimes people fisherman. I want a good group fisherman..teams. When a group to sleeping at Hotel for fishing beach 3 nights. What would be a fun catching... the fish ? I like go to fisherman walking together with at meet in fish aquarium place for One day a morning. And Tomorrow to going fishing on the surf having enjoyable catches a fish.
  24. BONJHICA

    Purchase Cheaply Vigra Pills No Remedy

    Fuck this site if you allow this carp. Ban me if I am Wrong. Better yet good By to a Dead Site.
  25. Just Don

    Hello old newbie here

    Hello old newbie 62 here and I have only started fishing since first of 2018 and I lean towards salt water just not a fresh water guy. Salt water question for me is always what will I catch, how big and will it eat me first lol... We winter in Port O'Connor TX on Matagorda Bay and ICW we travel full time in a 5th wheel so winter months are my fishing months. So far this year I have caught just one 27 inch red drum, 3 speckle trout, 8 sheep heads a one time limit on sheep heads out on the big jetty. Since I've been fishing it's been very few times I have caught my limits. December was a tough month for me with the cold weather I practice more the empty stringer program, but I love fish eating yet I also don't mind letting them go. I hardly ever try to fill up my freezer mostly because I never caught enough to lol. I mostly fish on the bank, jetty or wadding unless some one with a boat say wanna go to the big jetty or out on the boat heck sign me up Heck I'll bait your line, pay for fuel and bait oh and wash the boat lol.. I could keep going on, but I hope you catch the jest of it... Please over look my grammer and spelling If you make it to POC ask where is Just Don some one will know. Beacon44.
  26. Don Reedy

    New Boat

    Hello fisherman. Bass fished for years but now going to fish inshore and offshore in the Jacksonville area. Went out once and caught a couple nice Redfish. Lots of fun. If anyone has any ideas on where to fish around the area, let me know. Thanks
  27. hodag_guy

    Greetings

    Hello all - I've been a freshwater guy forever, but luckily in the last 5 years my wife and I have been able to fish Florida salt. Wow, what a learning curve. Looking forward to again running the 10K islands and moving up that curve. I run an 18' Tracker Grizzly, center console, 60 Merc.
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