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Charter Fishing Milwaukee Lake Michigan: Mar. 12, 2006 Lure set ups TIP #4 - What we are looking for is the right color, size and lure action that will get your target species to strike. By Capt. Jim Hirt
The Day of the 67 Pound CobiaThe Day of the 67 Pound Cobia: Mar. 5, 2006 A few minutes later he says he thought he saw a Cobia swim by and about that time, down goes his cork, quiet as you please. Seconds later this very large Cobia swims up to the top (not knowing that he was 'hooked' yet). By Captain Jake Herrin
Night Fishing Louisiana's Steel Legged Reefs: Feb. 13, 2006 One man that knows well the fish-attracting power of offshore platforms is Captain Scott Avanzino of Paradise Charters out of Venice, La. By Jerry Labella
Fishing for Huge Alaskan HalibutFishing for Huge Alaskan Halibut: Feb. 8, 2006 I am sure many of you have dreamed of a fishing trip for huge Alaskan halibut. On this particular adventure we will take you to Alaska where we will be fishing for those HUGE Halibut of Alaska. By Captain Ray Kelly
Easy Gulf Coast Grouper Fishing - Part II: Feb. 6, 2006 Ok, we have caught our bait and are now at or near the 100' deep area and are ready to see if any grouper are going to cooperate. By Scott Perry
Fishing the Magic Waters of Puerto Vallarta Mexico: Feb. 1, 2006 Puerto Vallarta has always been on my list of mandatory exotic destinations, because of its great fishing, beautiful environs, and excellent accessibility. By Jan Stephen Maizler
Easy Gulf Coast Grouper Fishing - Part I: Feb. 1, 2006 Grouper are not real picky eaters when it comes to live bait. By Scott Perry
Lake Michigan Spring Presentation Tip #3: Jan. 30, 2006 This month provides great action on Lake trout and Brown trout, with the other species available but not as active. By Capt. Jim Hirt
Lake Michigan Temperature Breaks - Tip #2Lake Michigan Temperature Breaks - Tip #2: Jan. 30, 2006 Let us assume most of the lake is in the forty-degree range and your target species is Coho, browns or Chinooks. By Capt. Jim Hirt
A Green Turtle Cay Adventure: Jan. 20, 2006 Many offshore and flats anglers are all too aware of the excellent fishing that Abaco Island offers in the Bahamas. By Jan Maizler
Charter Captains Spring - Tip #1: Jan. 10, 2006 The start of the 2006 Lake Michigan Fishing Season is right around the corner and now is the time to think about early location and tackle. By Capt. Jim Hirt
Yamaha Contender Miami Billfish Tournament: Jan. 10, 2006 The 2006 Yamaha Contender Miami Billfish Tournament and Baywalk Festival is gearing up for it 24th year! By Wendy Wood
The Pinnacle of Sport Fishing: The Thrill of Bonefishing in Great Exuma, Bahamas: Jan. 10, 2006 Bonefishing is one of the most esteemed forms of sport fishing in the world. By Fred Coolridge
Night Fishing for Speckled Trout: Jan. 9, 2006 Speckled trout at night can act much different than they do in the day. By Ty Wagner
How Do Fish Finders Work?: Jan. 7, 2006 Almost anyone can now afford to own a fish finder unit that will assist in a better fishing. By Andrei Loskoutov
Catchin' Summer Trout in Winter at Shell Beach!Catchin' Summer Trout in Winter at Shell Beach!: Dec. 31, 2005 Where some of the hottest speckled trout action is going on right now! By Frank Davis
Fishing for Winter Reds: Dec. 26, 2005 With the winter winds come cool breezy mornings. Down in the 10,000 Islands, the northerly winds create clear waters and ultra low tides for sight fishing. By Tim Legutki
Fly Fishing's Accessible Hotspot, Puerto RicoFly Fishing's Accessible Hotspot, Puerto Rico: Dec. 8, 2005 Fly fishing for tarpon of all sizes continues to be a sport in growing demand for the traveling angler, as more and more people realize it is easier to schedule a fishing trip to Puerto Rico than to a foreign country. By Capt. Till Brauer
Roatan: A Triple-Win for Anglers: Nov. 5, 2005 Though I've flats fished from Abaco to Tahiti, I was always curious about Roatan as a unique, exotic, yet economically do-able estination for most flats fishermen. By Jan Maizler
Choosing and Using a Cast Net: Nov. 5, 2005 I’ll bet it’s not easy being a finger mullet. These little fish are chased by everything from bluefish to tarpon, along most of the Atlantic coast, around the tip of Florida, and into the Gulf of Mexico. By Joe Malat
Blues and Spanish Mackerel from the Fishing Piers: Nov. 5, 2005 Blues and Spanish mackerel frequently follow the same movements and feeding patterns along the North Carolina coast and are available from spring through fall. By Joe Malat
Lake Pontchartrain - A Trophy Trout Lake!: Nov. 5, 2005 The biggest speckled trout caught in the state in the past 50 years--an 11.99 pound monster that took over second place in the state records... By Frank Davis
BIG SEAS GO AWAY: Oct. 10, 2005 Florida fishing tips and information resources - Fishing with a Daiichi Sabiki Rig By Capt. Jim Hammond
Hold Onto Your Pole: Oct. 7, 2005 A FISHING POEM - I bought this worthless old boat and fixed it up like new, to take my guests out charter fishing.... By Andy Harley
Hurricane Katrina Photographs August 30, 2005: Oct. 2, 2005 Some of the most dramatic impacts of Hurricane Katrina were seen along the Chandeleur Islands, the first line of defense from tropical storm damage for the coast of Louisiana. By USGS
Fishing Tip - Keep your fishing reel clean!: Sep. 23, 2005 There is no worse feeling than to have a big fish hooked, to be enjoying the fight of reeling it in, then having your equipment fail and the fish getting away. By Ben Young
A Fishing Tip - Fish Hate Aftershave: Sep. 23, 2005 When fishing wash your hands before handling baits, lures, or rigs because fish can smell oil, gas, and even after shave because....... By Ben Young
Fly Fishing For Fun!: Sep. 23, 2005 Some fly fisherman regard fly fishing as the holy grail of fishing. By Sammy Salmon
VHF Radio Your Offshore Lifesaver: Sep. 23, 2005 Article on how to use a VHF radio, how to set up your antenna,
how to use proper calls, what channel you should use, who needs a radio license and many other how to use a VHF radion information.
By Jerry Labella
Surf-Time Awakening: Sep. 23, 2005 ....waist-deep water brought us to an abrupt, breathtaking revitalization, one of which only hard-core wadefishermen can relate to. By Jerry Labella

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