First impressions of the Lowcountry

September 29, 2014

South Carolina, commonly known to us sportsman as the “lowcountry”; is a part of the world rich in history, good food, great fishing, and that good ole’ southern hospitality of the true south. I had […]

Juvenile Tarpon video

September 4, 2014

A short clip of our juvenile Tarpon fishery on the East Central Region of Florida. This fish was a little bigger than expected, was fun on the 7wt. Enjoy. The search for Tarpon on the […]

Mosquito Lagoon Guides Day Off

December 10, 2013

I get a lot of people that ask me “what do you like to do when your not guiding?”. Most people think that since I am a full time fishing guide, the last thing I […]

Heat of the Summer Doldrums

October 3, 2013

The summer heat isn’t the only cause for anglers perspiring at the thought of our National Parks right now. ┬áThe recent National Park closures have sparked some heat among us fisherman who really enjoy this […]

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 […]

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 […]

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