Daily Highlights from the staff at BD
This recipe is just in time for cobia season, which has kicked into gear in the Southeast. Cobia meat is firm and delicious, and perfect for a chowder. Try it with your fish of the day and let us know.
Today's cold north wind reminds me that black drum don't mind our Florida "winter", so I thought it was appropriate to revisit a classic from our own Derek Redwine on catching black drum.
This leader system works well for all mono line under 80-pound test. By using a Bimini Twist and a Blood Knot, you create a leader you can count on.
Yesterday the sailfish were popping up off Central Florida, so I thought we should revisit this tip on rigging ballyhoo with circle hooks.
California Lobster Season is about to open and here are a few tips to help you cash in.
No matter how bulletproof your game plan might seem, sometimes you'll need to tweak it and other times abandon entirely in order to get bit. Here are some strategies to use when your original strategy isn't working out.
An excellent, in-depth article by our Baja editor, Gary Graham, about catching Dorado south of the border. A must read.
While Congress stalls in relief efforts, Hurricane Sandy victims and the recreational fishing industry struggle to get back to normalcy.
Baja provides the perfect backdrop to land big tuna and dorado on fly-fishing gear.
The four anglers that took off on Costa's GeoFish Project will fish undiscovered waters in seven continents over the next seven years. The trip started off in Mexico, where they got into just a bit of trouble...
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