So many anglers are still excited to learn how to dial in the new "old" techniques being used to tap their share of SoCal's incredible bluefin tuna fishery that continues to amaze and get better and bigger by the season.
Despite the challenges that the year 2020 brought to the world, Ali and Rush look back on the better times spent on the water. In this Season 5 look back episode relive some of the best moments we experienced.
BD: Where do you live? Christine Pulliam: I live in Winter Springs, Florida. BD: What do you do for a living? Christine Pulliam: I coach varsity softball at a Lyman High school and I am also a promotional model. BD: What are your other hobbies? …
Whole Fried Flounder Some fish are popular when cooked whole and a nice fresh flounder is one of them. The flattened body shape of the flounder lends itself to whole frying as it cooks quickly and more evenly than thicker bodied fish. Ingredients Fish Medium-sized …
Shellfish managers have scheduled 39 razor clam digs on ocean beaches for dates through December. State shellfish managers have also approved the first four days of razor clam digging starting Sept. 16 after marine toxin tests showed the clams are safe to eat.
Sometimes it seems intimidating to work on your own boat and there are some chores that are best left to professionals, but there are many that you can handle yourself with a little guidance. You can save a bundle too!
Rush treats Ali to a day of bottom fishing in Key West, but in order to catch the right grade of fish, they will have to wait for the conditions to line up and the missing pieces of the puzzle to fall into place.