Fishing reports and news from the waters of Pine Island and all of Southwest Florida.
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- Cownose Ray Migration In Chartlotte Harboron May 17, 2013A really cool sight from today was a huge school of cownose rays just off the Burnt Store Bar in Charlotte Harbor. There were easily over a thousand of them swirling around in what was probably a spawning ritual. These mid-size rays are c...
- Tailwalking Tarpon In Charlotte Harbor
- 2008 Beavertail BTX For Sale, Tampa, FL.
- Great Video: Fly Fishing The Yucatan
- Pine Island Fishing Report: Cobia On Fly
- Bull Sharks
- Getting Back To Normalon May 9, 2013Winds are calm in the mornings and the temps are crawling back up towards 80 degrees so that's great news. Angler Zach Bruner took advantage of this yesterday and scored a nice inshore slam in Pine Island Sound. ...
- Tying The Tarpon Toad
- Coming Soon...
- Pine Island Fishing Report: The Rain Stopped And The Wind Startedon May 4, 2013Bob Monti completes his Slam. I'm banging my head against the wall right now. After two days the rain finally stopped late Thursday and Friday was beautiful. The fish were a bit lock-jawed but my anglers managed to land...
- Tarpon Season So Far...
- The Tarpon Toad
- Beavertail Skiffs Water Camo
- Gear Review: Royal Wulff Bermuda Shorts Fly Line
- Some More Big Pine Island Redfish
- Pine Island Fishing Report: We've Got Some Bug Snook Down Here
- Pine Island Fishing Report: We've Got Some Big Snook Down Here
- The World's Best Redfish Ceviche
- Some Recent Catches Off Pine Islandon Apr 17, 2013...
- Fifty Feeton Apr 15, 2013Now that tarpon season is here it’s time to think about casting distance with a fly rod. A lot of “experts” will tell you that you need to be able to make at least an eighty foot cast in order to catch anything on the flats. You’ll occasional...