Want to catch more snook this winter? Then check out these snook tips from Capt. CA Richardson. Snook On!
In this video, you'll see the 5 lures that I make sure to bring on every inshore fishing trip. These are all lures that I have complete trust in for producing throughout all seasons.
Want to see how big snook, redfish, and seatrout position up on the shallow flats after cold fronts push through? Then check out the cool drone footage in this unique Insider Report.
When I think about catching slams (redfish, seatrout, & snook), having a dog on the boat does NOT seem good... this trip to Clearwater, FL was different!
Do you want to see just how much you know about Snook fishing? Then take this quick Snook quiz to find out where you rank among other anglers. Fish On!
Do you want to see a simple trick to pop your lure out of pretty much any mangrove tree? Then check out this new inshore fishing tip.
Do you want to see the three most common mistakes anglers make that end up killing thousands of snook after they are released? Then please read this.
This Anclote Key fishing report spawned from looking out the window of a plane wondering what type of fish could be caught there... click to see the results
Do you want to catch more inshore fish in less time, save money, save time, & never have to worry about live bait again? Then check out this fishing course!
Are you looking for tips on kayak or paddle board fishing in Florida? This video shows the types of areas to target & top lures to use in St. Pete, FL.
Do you want to find out how to make sure you don't lose an inshore fish when it runs into structure like docks & mangroves? Then check out this new video.
Want to learn some of the best fishing tips to catching Snook and Redfish in the winter on a paddleboard or kayak? Then check out this video tip.
Do you want to find out how the pros can consistently catch redfish, snook, and trout on really windy days after a cold front? Then check out this video.
Want to see exactly how to rig a live pinfish to catch snook, tarpon, redfish, and grouper? Then watch this nice fish caught on the very first cast!