Campeche Tarpon by Jan Maizler

April 10, 2016

  Campeche Tarpon   By   Jan S. Maizler     Background-   Those poor souls that have a lifelong unrelenting addiction to the marvelous silver king can have consolations and one of them may […]

Sarasota Sojourn By Jan Maizler

January 25, 2015

      Sarasota Sojourn By Jan Maizler   Background- My first experience fishing with Captain Rick Grassett of Sarasota was in the fall of 2013. About six months prior, he and I consulted about […]

March/April Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report

April 11, 2013

If you can find a day that’s not windy or storming to get out and fish the Indian River or Mosquito Lagoon, then the fishing should be pretty good. Schools of redfish are still around […]

Schools in Session

February 13, 2013

Now is the time to target schools of fish in all three lagoons, Mosquito, Indian, and Banana. With lower water levels, the fish will leave the shallow backwaters and all be concentrated around flats with […]

Shad Run 2013

February 7, 2013

Capt. Ron Presley invited me to hop on his 20ft Pathfinder to target some American and Hickory Shad in the St. Johns River. I’m always excited about targeting these fish not just for the fishing, […]

Happy New Year 2013 Mosquito Lagoon

January 3, 2013

Happy New Year everyone! I guess the world did not end in December 2012, which means we are stuck on this beautiful Earth to enjoy more memorable days of fishing….DARN! Fishing in the Mosquito Lagoon/Indian […]

Wintering around…

December 22, 2012

  Most of the technical fishing slows down a bit as old man winter settles on his rocking chair down in at the purple isle. The one track minded individuals wait until the spring time. […]

Summer dol-DRUMS in the Glades.

September 4, 2012

The wind-less hot muggy slick calm days of summer. While most other parts of the world are enjoying dirty high water, the Everglades makes way for clean water, high water on top of normally ultra […]

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