Sunshine Stories: Bridge Troll

Where do you fish when you have no boat and limited resources? The best close to home spot with access and for me, more times than not, that's under a bridge. When I arrived in the Sunshine State for the first time the first place I ended up fishing was, yup, you guessed it...under a... Continue Reading →

DEATH ROE

Fishing with Hacker usually involves nasty weather and early mornings. That was no different this morning, but when he told me how he has this center pin fishing thing down, and has a line of new soft plastics out called Death Roe, that was news. And I've got news if you're into Trout, Steelhead, stream,... Continue Reading →

Recipe #1: Catfish Tacos

 It's now August and with the heat of summer bearing down it can put a damper on fishing for a lot of species, but not the wily catfish. I can't think of a more summer-time fish, maybe the Largemouth Bass but we will get to him another time. Catfish are super active this time of... Continue Reading →

The Magic of the Canoe

The grass looks as if it holds secrets... Secrets to ways of long ago. Ways that had simple but profound meanings. A time that had simple, elegant tools made from the land surrounding us... I'm lost in another time, staring deep into the reflection of tall marsh grass on the water. In a time when... Continue Reading →

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