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Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 3 years 7 months
By Mike Hodge Spring has arrived, which means longer days, warmer water, less wind, and with a little luck, more snook. The key is to be flexible. Typically, snook move from the backcountry, to the flats and then to the beaches from season to...
Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 4 years 2 months
Catching Seatrout is a joy that all anglers can appreciate. Whether you are new or an old timer, there is always room to improve your odds. The information in this article comes from 100% experience, which is what anyone should ever be passing onto...
Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 4 years 2 months
Are spotted seatrout in trouble? Spotted Seatrout are a prize fish throughout their American range, which runs from the Texas/Mexico border, around the Gulf of Mexico and up the east coast past the Chesapeake Bay. Management varies between states,...
Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 4 years 2 months
How to register on the iAngler Tournament system (This is the app you need for the Seatrout Troublemaker) Visit www.ianglertournament.com On top right of screen, select green “register” button. Complete info, accept terms. Now you are ready...
Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 4 years 2 months
“Officers … responded to a sea turtle in distress near the Black Pearl Marina. The turtle was found tangled in fishing line that had a deceased snook attached to the hook. Employees from the marina were able to grab the turtle and place it on the...
Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 4 years 2 months
By Alyssa Lexvold Seatrout, rightfully so, have been called Florida's Inshore Everyfish. When I go fishing with live shrimp in areas with sea grass, I have come to expect to find a spotted seatrout at the end of my line. Seatrout love live shrimp...
Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 4 years 2 months
Need to register for the Seatrout Troublemaker? No problem - just download the attached PDF and follow the simple instrucitons. Or just click the 'Upcoming Events button at the top menu and select the tournament there. Good luck!
Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 4 years 3 months
by Alyssa Lexvold Forage fish are commonly known as bait fish – so how did the ornamental sergeant major end up on that list? Forage Fish are the fish on which larger fish prey upon. Mullet, Sardine, Pinfish, Herring, and Pilchard are a few of the...
Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 4 years 4 months
If you fish the Atlantic side of the upper Florida Keys, you probably have noticed a disturbing trend that has had huge impacts on the local fishery. “The ballyhoo have been missing for about 5 years, and it is getting worse every year,” says...