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Videos The Angler’s Guide to Big Pine Key and Florida's Lower Keys The Lower Keys are an oasis of islands with intriguing names such as Summerland Key, Big Torch and Little Torch Keys, Cudjoe Key, Sugarloaf Key, Big Coppitt Key; They…
Named the Queen‘s Gardens by Christopher Columbus, the Jardines de la Reina is a pristine chain of islands that runs more than one hundred miles back to the northwest, from Cuba‘s south-eastern coast and boasts an impressive fishery. Via Fly …
Sliding Float Rig For Bream The sliding float rig for bream is suitable for shallow water boat fishing or for bream from the shore. The rig is successfully used in the Channel Islands . Sliding Float Rig Components Main Body 2 xThe post How to Tie a Sliding Float Rig For Bream appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
Hokkaido, the northernmost of Japan’s main islands, is renowned for its natural beauty. In this article, Melissa Devaughn writes about visiting Akan National Park and its and fly fishing opportunities. “Lake Akan boasts char, rainbow trout, taimen, carp and cherry … more →
Travel These isolated and often tempestuous islands promise a fishing adventure like no other. A fishing adventure in the remote Abrolhos Islands yields a surprising mix of temperate and tropical game fish.
Travel Experience an expedition to this completely isolated place of coral atolls and screaming drags Experience an expedition to this completely isolated place of coral atolls and screaming drags.
In this article, John Herzer of Blackfoot River Outfitters in Montana writes about leading multi-day-float fishing trips for military veterans. “Although the participants rave about the healing power and personal relationship-building of the experience, make no mistake: the growth and strength … more →
After net damage at a U.S. fish farm in the San Juan Islands, thousands of Atlantic salmon have escaped into Pacific waters. Via CBC News. This week, the Washington Fish & Wildlife Service has lifted limits on the farmed salmon … more →
This Accident is One of the Best Things Ever to Have Happened to San Juan Islands Fishing, Writes Wayne Heinz Never in memory have so many anglers caught so many fish so fast and so easily. Here’s how: 1. Take your steelhead spinning rod, put a 3/8 oz. banana sinker on your line. 2. Below […]
Annual Salmon University Trip Returns August 6th to 10th Since the seasons in Washington are so short and being scheduled after the salmon have passed through, it’s time to go elsewhere! More Washington anglers are heading to British Columbia; in the past, Salmon University has fished in the Queen Charlotte Islands (Haida Gwaii), Port McNeill, […]