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Southwest Florida is Catch & Release Only

Southwest Florida is Catch & Release Only Did that title catch your eye? Well release it. Its not 100 percent true. Let me accurize things a bit. Right now, in nearshore waters from north of Port Richey all the way … Continue reading

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Dave caught a Nice Tailing Red

Well, the Fish Whisper continues to be superman. At sunrise Dave was out on the flat during a ebbing tide, searching for tails. And lo-and-behold he caught & released a beautiful “tailing” redfish.  Go going Dave! As always a tip … Continue reading

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Rain in the Winter Woods

Rain in the Winter Woods After a rain, the winter woods are a visual feast, a great time to break out your camera. Under gray skies, subtle earth hues intertwine in a quilt of tweed. Overhead bare tree limbs collide … Continue reading

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Charlotte Harbor is in Trouble

Charlotte Harbor is in Trouble In 2013, I moved to Punta Gorda, Florida. At that time, Charlotte Harbor was listed as a pristine estuary, perhaps the healthiest in the state. That’s no longer the case as this article points out … Continue reading

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Tailing Reds in Pine Island Sound

Tailing Reds in Pine Island Sound My friend Dave and his buddy Andy caught some nice “tailing” redfish inPine Island Sound. If you’re unfamiliar with Pine Island Sound, it sits behind three islands -Sanibel, Captiva, and Cayo Costa – off … Continue reading

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