Want to know the tricks to finding the best inshore fishing spots anywhere in the state of Florida (or anywhere for that matter)? Then watch this webinar.
SALTWATER FISHING TIPS
What's best? Live bait or artificial lures? Well, turns out that it's NEITHER of them if you know this one thing that makes finding fish so much easier.
Tony Acevedo revisited a previous Insider Report location and was able to catch multiple species on this trip - Black Drum, Redfish, Snook, and Tarpon.
Many anglers struggle to understand how tides and currents relate to one another, and that causes them to miss out on some great fish catching.
Discover the fastest and easiest strategy for quickly assessing if an area you're in is likely to hold feeding fish or not.
Do you want to see the pros and cons on some of the best ways to store live bait while kayak fishing or shore fishing? Then watch this new video.
Tony explored a new spot he hasn't fished before on Mosquito Lagoon and was able to get on some nice redfish, along with catching one the "lazy way".
Check out this latest inshore fishing trip where I compare the Rapala Twitching Minnow vs the Exude soft plastic lure (and my dog attacks a redfish)
Want to see the best way to hook a pass crab for more tarpon and permit hookups? Then watch this latest tip from Chasten Whitfield on crab rigging.
Although the map reading isn't as precise in murky water compared to clear water where you can see exactly what's on the bottom, there still is a wealth of
Tony Acevedo took a trip down to Ft. Pierce, FL and fished around Hutchinson Island. He was able to catch some snook, reds, flounder, and lost a huge trout.
Do you want to see how you can make your very own spinnerbaits to catch nice redfish? Then check out Tony's latest tip on making spinnerbaits for reds.
Tony fished the Pine Island Conservation Area in Merritt Island, FL and caught a nice slot snook and jumped a tarpon. Click to view the trip!
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