Catch a Red Fish

Florida redfish seem to be most active and ready to eat when the water temperatures are between 70 and 85 degrees. They also seem to shut down their feeding when the water temperatures get below 60 degrees. So a fisherman should definitely carry a thermometer if they’re fishing from shore or a boat that doesn’t already have one.…

Gone Fishing

Purchase a state fishing license

Every state has their own rules about using water for sport. There are a variety of licenses to choose from, including those for daily use, short-term, annual, and lifetime. Check the state’s fishery departments to find out if there are any specific requirements, such as age limits.…

Sport (fishing)

About Alligator Gar

They don’t spawn until they are around 10 years old and can live several decades. On the average the males live up to about 36 years, the females up to 50 years. They can live up to 58 years, grow up to 10 feet long, and weigh up to 300 or more pounds.…

Sport (fishing)

Benefits of Fishing

Fishing is a group and an individual sport regardless of a person’s age. People are intrigued enough to gather around and watch others land fish. Companies make beginning angler kits for tots and toddlers so they can participate in the action. Additional reasons people enjoy this outdoor activity include fresh air, sunshine and vitamin D.…

Catch a Pompano

Florida pompano like the water temperatures to be between the mid 75 degrees and 65 degrees. This is when they are most actively feeding. If the water temperatures climb to above 80 degrees or down to the low 50’s they can die. One of the keys to finding where these fish are is to find the right water temperatures.…