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  1. 30 Piece Bass/Trout/ Pike Minnow Lure Sets Starting @ $9.99! $9.99 https://basstrapp.com/products/30-pcs-trout-bass-fishing-lures $14.99 https://basstrapp.com/products/30pcs-set-fishing-minnow-poper-for-pike-salmon-bait-bass-trout-lure $16.49 https://basstrapp.com/products/30-pcs-assorted-fishing-lures-wobblers-crankbait-with-feather-and-treble-hook Bass Fishing Crankbait Techniques and Notes By Kevin Vandam! https://basstrapp.com/blogs/kevin-vandams-crankbait-fishing-tips-notes/kevin-vandam-crankbait-fishing-tips
  2. adobofishing

    New Member - Adobo Fishing!

    Hello Ladies and Gents. I'm Joel (Adobo Fishing) and new to this forum. I just started capturing my catches on video and enjoy sharing them. I fish out of St. Augustine, FL. Surf fishing, kayak fishing, and I have a 16' scout boat. I hope to share more fishing memories with everyone. Please feel free to check my youtube channel or facebook: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCeDLQoKzcHGfnE4c3RnlHg https://www.facebook.com/adobofishing/?ref=bookmarks
  3. Want to go fishing, but don't want to stay in a hotel? Rent our house!!! We are located in St. James City, on Pine Island Florida... on a short canal and about 15 min to Pine Island Sound. There is a boat lift for your use, a totally remodeled house in a great neighborhood. Spring and summer rentals now being taken, and the prices are great!!! Oh, and we are pet friendly, so bring the pup too. Here is our VRBO page- https://www.vrbo.com/932715 And here is our Facebook page- https://www.facebook.com/FishTalesVacationRental/ Check out both for photos of FishTales... give us a call if we can answer any questions for you. Happy Fishing!!!! Bernee Brawn, owner Carl Jervis, manager 239 282 5200 [email protected] com St. James City, Fl
  4. 2016 Wilderness Tarpon 120. Used five times, washes & cleaned after each use. Two built in rod holders. Copperhead color. Paddle not included. $750 obo. Seven-2-seven-seven-four-8-six-eight-eight-4. Call/text for pics
  5. Hello, A friend of mine is going to be purchasing a 20ft container of Kayaks+Accessories directly from their manufacturer and he asked me to help him try and sell them. We will have both single and tandem fishing kayaks, as well as 45QT rotomolded coolers coming from the Manufacturer, however there is a minimum order quantity we have not yet attained. Attached are some general informational pictures. The prices include seats and detachable paddles and are: $600 for the tandem (12.5 ft), $400 for the single (9 ft), and $150 for the cooler (45 QT). However, we can offer a 10% discount right now. Let me know if you have any other questions. Here is a link to the imgur album with pictures/info: http://imgur.com/a/z8bcN
  6. hey folks, i'm going to be heading out to try and get one of those early beach kings later this week and was hoping to see if anyone knows of any good launching areas in the st pete beach area and north up to indian shores i have to trailer out my yak, so i did some driving around and found only a few spots to park but got to roll the yak out on the cart to the sands. not many places to park a car with trailer beach side save for the boat launch near park blvd, or up near bay pines, but I'd rather not do the latter, as yakking out of john's pass is dangerous with all the tourists and yahoo boat traffic. i'd really like to target a little north of reddington up into indian rocks. that hard bottom really attracts the kings. any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. thanks in advance!
  7. 12ft Sit On Top fishing Kayak very comfortable and stable, garage kept. only been in water twice Will include: Carlisle 240cm fiberglass paddle (paid $100 for paddle) , angler pfd (life jacket), Scotty Rod holder and scupper plugs. Maximum weight capacity: 350 lbs. Made in USA. User-friendly kayak made for both beginning paddlers and avid anglers New design for even more stability, function, and comfort Advanced Tunnel Hull design - increased primary and secondary stability Deluxe removable seating system - fore and aft adjustment Flat casting deck footwell design - solid casting platform Multipurpose molded dash - deep molded catch all trays and cupholder Medium forward storage area with weathertight hatch Weathertight deck plate storage - great for small items like wallet, keys, and more Multipurpose sternwell - accepts most full size coolers Adjustable foot braces - fits paddlers from 5'2" up to 6'2" Flush mount paddle holder Molded rod tip stagers Fully adjustable rod tender - 360° of horizontal movement and vertical rod adjustment Threaded and sealed drain plug 6 self bailing 1-1/2" scupper drains Maximum weight capacity: 350 lbs. located in Riverview FL https://tampa.craigslist.org/hil/boa/5171621118.html
  8. ****SOLD**** I've lucked into a Brand New 2016 JACKSON CUDA 14. The same kayak that I often fish from, just brand new. $1300 Or Best Offer. It's $1450 in the Kayak shops before taxes. This kayak has never been in the water. The kayak is set up for hard core fishing. Super stable, tracks well, and easy to stand and fish from. Color: Dorado (Green, Blue & Black camo) Shoot me a PM if interested. Or give me a call, Cell: eight one three-seven three two-eight five four two Work: weekdays 7am-4pm: 813-529-8652 Features: Hinged center hatch with tracks for mounting rod holders and other accessories Center hatch storage bin Sea Deck, padded standing area High/Low adjustable dry seating with lumbar support pad Three rod holders, one front & two rear Self-bailing deck Large front hatch Rear hatch Large rear tank well/deck Stand-assist strap Rudder Ready Replaceable rear keel skid plate Adjustable foot rests Rod Tip Protector GoPro camera mount Easy to stand and fish from.
  9. this is a short review of the 2015 Shengzhong Lake China Open Championship. There were 80 "players" 60 from China and 20 from the rest of the World. Once in a life time experiance. My first Video, most shots taken with little or no sleep ... just saying...
  10. Join the Club! Mangrove Coast Fly Fishers Club - Sarasota August 25, 2015 - Jeff LeMieux, Kayak Fly Fishing Guide Join the Mangrove Coast Fly Fishers Club! http://mcff.club/ August 25, 2015, at their regular MCFF meeting, Jeff will give a talk on back country fly fishing from a kayak. The Club will hold a silent auction for a Kayak trip for 1 angler with Jeff LeMieux: 4 hours back country anywhere in the estuary system from Bradenton to Port Charlotte area. A Native Ultimate Kayak is provided, bring your own flyfishing gear, but Jeff will bring back up gear. He will provide his favorite flies, but bring your own if you like. Redeemable within 6 months.
  11. Decided to take a late day trip with a peak high tide almost coinciding with sundown since my last few trips to this spot have not been very productive during daylight hours with hot weather, weeds and algae killing the artificial bite. Worked the usual edges and mangroves a few hours before sundown and had very little to show for it other than a small snook. Removed countless weeds and algea from my weedless spoons and paddletails. Even tossed ladyfish chunks which managed to snag and entangle in the salad bowl flats. Tired of tossing lures and baits I took a break and captured the picturesque sunset. I started heading back to the launch site afterwards feeling a bit dissapointed. By now it was almost dark and the tide was outgoing fairly strongly. Put on my favorite sardine lure for a few more last casts into some mangrove edges in the hopes of saving the day with at least one keeper sized fish. My fish was granted when I cast into one of the few weedless edges on the backside of a mangrove island. Finally a good hard hit and the sound of drag with the end result being a nice 24" fatty red fish. It was a very happy ending to my day.
  12. saltydiver

    Latest Fishing Video

    here is my latest fishing video, it is all fly and wade or on a kayak. clips are from louisiana, chicago and tampa bay. any feedback is appreciate.
  13. A guy I met some time ago from Facebook invited me to fish docks he's been catching slob snook from--of course I say yes! Love the generosity of the fishing community I've encountered thus far (people from here, Facebook, and another forum). Definitely something I didn't get in California. I've fished these docks before, but never really caught anything. Turns out this area is only productive during low light hours because of the clear water and dense traffic it gets during the day, all which contribute to easily spooked snook. We launch at 6am and my buddy immediately catches 2 snook. Neither I nor the other guys he invited have yet to catching anything. 15 minutes later, I hear him calling my name and see him peddling right through a dock--it was a good thing the tide was low! lol. After a good fight, he pulls up a fat slot snook. Everyone else is still fishless...unfortunately, my to-go electric chicken paddle tail was failing me. A little discouraged, I peddle over to his kayak to look at his lure: a PaddlerZ! Lucky for me, I purchased some a couple weeks ago. As soon as I switch over, I start slayin' the snook. I must've caught over half a dozen within a 1 hour time frame, losing just as many or more. My biggest snook of the day, a REAL NICE drag ripper, jumped and threw my lure as I stopped reeling to turn on my GoPro . This is the 4th consecutive time I've lost a big snook due to the hook getting pulled, spat at me, or mechanical problems w/ my reel....all within the last couple of weeks. Please tell me this is normal! lol. Anywho, it's about 8:30 and the snook bite starts slowing. At this point, we've caught well over a dozen snook and lost many more. Looking behind us, we see tarpon rolling and busting bait. Taking advantage of my Revo, I rapidly peddled to the channel I saw them rolling in. By the time I get there, however, they disappear into the deep channel. We end the day by heading over to some mangroves. Tons of lady fish and monstrous snook that came unbuttoned several times. My buddy also had a nice fish that ran for a good couple minutes. It ended up breaking him off--I suggested he gets some prozac for the depression that'll ensue lol. Nothing monstrous on my part, but a good day nonetheless. Hope you enjoy the pics! I love winter in Florida!
  14. B.A.C.K. - Bay Area Canoe & Kayak Fishing Club Come join us at our next meeting on January 20th at Bill Jackson's in St. Pete. Captain Ray Markham will be sharing his experiences and fishing tips and tricks with the club. Everyone is welcome. http://www.backfishingclub.com/
  15. 218402_1537814721

    Looking For Kayak

    I'm new to Florida, and want to get into kayak fishing. Looking for something I can fish out of with atleast one of my kids, but still go out solo every now and then. Have a shot gun I could trade or just pay cash. Text me 815-482-7622.
  16. Hello all, It's been a while since I've been on, or posted to TOF. I've fished a bit but I've been very busy with work and projects around the house. I can't say that I'm loving the new forum layout and the changes. Many of our screen names are gone and it seems awkward to navigate. I feel like it's a step backwards. On to the report... The wife (Tammy) and I hit Fort DeSoto with the kayaks Saturday and launched just minutes before sunrise. I tried the mangroves along one of the islands without any luck but noticed a lot of activity on one of the grassy flats. I quietly paddled up to the activity and saw a large school of mullet and baitfish with a bunch of tailing and rolling redfish mixed in the school. I managed to get a little video of the action before attempting to pull a fish from the school. I wound up pulling a 20" out of the school before it broke up. I then met up with Tammy on our favorite flat. It took a while for things to heat up. Tammy wound up landing a personal best Redfish of 29" along with another at 28 1/2" and a 20 incher as well. I didn't have the same luck. I caught a couple of short speck trout, and a 21" Jack Crevalle. We took two 20" reds home. I've added video and a photo below. On another note...For the second or third time now, I've seen a large and girthy, 6 to 7 foot, Black Tip (I think) shark on the deeper flats behind shell key. I saw it for the first time from the boat last month while fishing that area. From a distance I thought it was a smaller manatee, but as it got closer, I realized it was a big shark. Has anyone else seen that shark out there? Several months ago my wife had, what I estimate to be a 26" redfish, bitten in half by a shark. It may have been the same one.
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