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Hit The Flats Now With A Popping Cork Rig

April 29, 2014

Winter months can prove difficult for inshore anglers – even in Florida's relatively mild environment. Declining air and water temperatures prompt a generally lethargic mood among many popular sport-fish species, while diminishing algae content clarifies the water. Warmer days will bring heightened feeding activity, but expect that higher visibility to make the fish a little spooky.

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How Tides Mislead Anglers

April 29, 2014

The most misunderstood factor in coastal fishing isn’t selecting the right lure, fishing the right spots or using the right rods and reels, it’s is tide, and the way it affects fish and fishing. Most anglers have a basic understanding of the tide. They know fish in general head shallower and feed on a rising tide, and pull back out to deeper water as it falls. But beyond those two factoids, what do they really know?

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