Yesterday in the Everglades National Park

December 21, 2013

      Yesterday in the Everglades National Park By Jan Maizler   My friend Paul Raffety and I fished with Captain Steven Tejera on Friday, December 20.  We launched in Flamingo and fished as […]

Chilled Everglades

March 7, 2013

Cold front…these two words are especially troubling as you are packing for your South Florida fishing trip. However, we remained optimistic that the wind wouldn’t blow 25mph, and that the temperature wouldn’t take a dive, […]

A Seasonal Shift… Clarity

February 8, 2013

I hear a strong winter storm approaches our buddies in the NE this weekend and I reflect on how fortunate we are here in South Florida this time of year. The classic sight fishing scenario […]

The Locals…

October 17, 2010

The Everglades is part of what I consider my local waters.  The usual shallow water suspects sought after during chillier days are redfish and snook (yes snook).  The temperatures are starting to stabilize with highs in the 80s […]

Mirage in “the Glades”

September 20, 2010

My buddy Paul and I set out a couple of weekends ago to put the new 18 HPX out in it’s paces covering quite a bit of water in the SW portion of the Everglades from Shark Rivers to Snake […]

Tale of a waterlogged gobbler by Collin Ross

April 2, 2010

Well it’s Spring according to the farmer’s almanac calendar but if you have been outside the last 3 months you would know that old man winter has provided some unpardonable weather here in South Florida………………………….and […]

A New Hope…

January 26, 2010

All this talk about death and moping around has caused a big stir in the fishing community.  It is fact that both our snook and bonefish population have taken a major hit.  But at to what extent?  […]

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