Some of you reading this might remember when triggerfish were considered ‘trash fish.’ Triggerfish (more…)
About one month from today, June 1 is the traditional opening day of the Federal red snapper Season for the Gulf of Mexico. But his year it (more…)
At the end of last fishing season, I told myself this would be the winter. The winter that I would finally learn to throw a cast net. That is one tool, among many, I just don’t have in my personal fishing toolbox.
I admire people who can throw a cast (more…)
By JIM COX
It may have happened to you. It may have happened to someone who was fishing with you.
Maybe you’ve never seen it, but fish long enough and it will happen to you or a fishing partner. I know I am up to three personally (you will remember (more…)
BY JIM COX
Back in November, I wrote about properly putting away your offshore gear for the winter. As we know all too well, everything about offshore fishing is expensive. Rods, reels and tackle all represent the significant investments we’ve made (more…)
Eating fresh caught fish is one of the great rewards gained from a successful offshore trip. Some Gulf-caught fish freeze very well and can be enjoyed months after being caught, but I still prefer to eat fish within days of being caught. I try to freeze (more…)
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