The Backstory to how the FG Knot played a critical role in landing a nice Tarpon in Tampa last weekend Note: You will have the chance to watch Luke land the Tarpon in a video below, but please read the story first because it is critical to understanding why the FG knot was so importantClick to continue →
Let me just go ahead and get the punchline out there before we get to this amazing shark discovery… “Yes, everything is BIGGER in Texas…” I know because I lived in Texas for 4 years (Austin and Houston), and it is a very proud state indeed… But little did the Texans know that they wereClick to continue →
Last Sunday’s “Top 10 Red Snapper Pictures on Instagram” was such a success (see it here), that we decided to stick with the Snapper theme for one more week.
But this time it is the ever popular, “Mutton Snapper”.Click to continue →
WANTED: Inshore Anglers Who Like To Catch Redfish…
Yep, that’s right, we’re going to be hosting our first “Strong Angler Redfish Challenge” online fishing tournament. And this tournament is designed for anyone and everyone that likes to catch redfish… from TX all the way over to the Carolinas, and anywhere else redfish can be found!Click to continue →
If you’re an avid saltwater angler, you’ve most certainly heard of Gulp baits made by Berkley. And you likely know that they can be expensive… especially compared to other soft plastic bait alternatives. In fact, I used to believe that they were over-hyped and over-priced to the point of not even bothering to try themClick to continue →
For those of you anglers that love drone footage for your fishing videos as much as we do, you are going to love this new waterproof fishing drone called “Aguadrone”.
No more having to worry about your drone getting wet, no more stressful “Drone Saves”, etc.Click to continue →
If you currently Subscribe to our site and get our FREE weekly fishing tips, then you know that a lot of the fishing tips revolve around inshore fishing (Snook, Redfish, Trout, etc). But Luke and I also love bass fishing (we grew up on a lake in Winter Haven, FL where we spent countless days landingClick to continue →
Could you imagine going to your local fish market, ordering up a pound of fresh fish, and getting a bill for $2,500! Seems crazy, right? Well it is entirely possible right now if you like certain sushi and kabayaki… because Elvers, a type of glass eel that goes into sushi and kabayaki have hit an all-timeClick to continue →
If you have been following our weekly blog, you might have caught some of the prior “Best of Fishing Pics from Instagram” that we have been adding every Sunday.
Well this week it is Red Snapper Sunday!Click to continue →
Have you ever done this before? Caught a fish that was out of season Taken a picture of you holding the fish Safely released the fish Posted the fishing picture on Facebook or Instagram? I know that I sure have… Well did you know that the state of New York recently put in force aClick to continue →
Do you want to know the best uni knot for braided line?
So did we.
That is why we decided to do our own tests on modified uni knots for braided line…Click to continue →
We recently came across this hard-hitting fishing infographic that describes (in very simple terms) why global fisheries are in a crisis, and we felt that it was our duty to pass it along. As someone that relies on fish to feed my family (in numerous respects), this was a bit alarming to see just howClick to continue →
If you haven’t seen these “Take A Song Fishing” tweets on Twitter, then you are missing out (hashtag #TakeASongFishing)!
These fishing songs are Hilarious!Click to continue →
For those of you that don’t know me, I recently walked away from a somewhat successful career in the financial services industry to pursue a dream in the fishing industry that my brother Luke and I have shared for many years. Leaving behind a job that has paid my bills, supported my family, and evenClick to continue →
If you haven’t heard of Mystery Tackle Box yet, they are disrupting the fishing industry with their monthly fishing tackle “boxes” delivered right to your door, without ever having to get in your car, surf the web, read reviews etc. And they aren’t just sending out random lures that were excess inventory or anything. TheyClick to continue →
This is an Independent Review (with Video Review) of the Huk Fishing “Foul Weather” Jacket.
Note: We were NOT compensated for this review.Click to continue →
Wouldn’t it be great if every cast you made this summer could win you a boat, a truck, or a wide array of other prizes…
All from a single catch…Click to continue →
Here at Salt Strong, some of our top shared videos of all-time involve Goliath Grouper. We all seem to be very intrigued and curious about these “Goliath” fish, so this week we decided to feature the top 10 Goliath Grouper pictures on Instagram (note that these fish aren’t caught as often as the inshore fishClick to continue →
Have you ever lost a fish due to a knot? Whether you want to admit it or not, we probably all have. Unfortunately it’s just going to happen if you fish enough. What’s crazy is the fishing knots we use to catch our prized fish are one of the most important and overlooked factors in fishing…Click to continue →
The last couple of weeks we have featured the Top 10 Instagram pictures regarding some of our favorite inshore fish (don’t worry offshore anglers, we are hitting you guys up next). Two weeks ago it was the Top 10 Snook Pictures from Instagram (click here to see it) Last week it was the Top 10Click to continue →
WOW (“MOM” upside down)!!! To say that we were blown away by the responses from this Mother’s Day Fishing Contest would be an understatement… We had some submissions that made us tear up, some that made us laugh, and some that made us reflect back on our grandmother’s that are no longer with us. We areClick to continue →
Flats fishing in Florida can be an absolute blast if done correctly. On the other hand, it can be incredibly frustrating when even the smallest of mistakes spook the good fish away. One mistake that I see many people make (and that I used to do it too) is not accounting for the wind directionClick to continue →