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MirrOlure Sure Are Making Some Great Baits

Posted on: 02/25/2011 Some of the new products from Mirrolure are some of the best lures I have ever used! Read More

Fishing the Gulf County Canal

Posted on: 02/24/2011

This morning had both its dissapointments and its high notes. I hap a trip plan to do some fly fishing with Tom and his wife but the weatherman did not cooporate. We cancelled the trip till April and i went by Bluewater and picked up a couple of dozen shrimp and headed for the canal. Up at the T I caught a mixed bag of trout, redfish and Flounder. All in All turn out to be a good day despite the... Read More

Trout Season will be open again March 1

Posted on: 02/23/2011

Tuesday March 1st signals the opening of Specked Trout season. For those of us in the Panhadle of Fl. we can again keep what we catch. This year the timing could not be nay better. It seems we are having an early spring which means water temps are on the rise. When St Joe Bay hits the 65 degree range, we can expect our number one game fish to be up on the flats. Read More

Fishing Report

Posted on: 02/16/2011

One of the positive reports that have come into the store this past week was about some good red fishing going on in the Apalachicola area. Reds can be caught on tide change in Sykes Cut. A Carolina rig using live or fresh cut bait works. Smaller reds are biting good in river holes, and sheephead are being caught there also. Trout fishing is closed in February, so it is strictly catch and release.... Read More

Winter on the Forgotten Coast

Posted on: 02/16/2011

I was showing a friend around the area last week. She’s from up north, spending a few months down here to escape the snow. While I thought the weather was chilly and a little dreary, it was such fun to see her eyes light up at the waves and sandy beaches, the shrimps boat in Apalachicola, and the Spanish Moss hanging from the bare trees. It made me realize something about my Forgotten... Read More

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