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Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 1 week 4 days
By Mike Hodge Spring has arrived, which means longer days, warmer water, less wind, and with a little luck, more snook. The key is to be flexible. Typically, snook move from the backcountry, to the flats and then to the beaches from season to...
Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 3 weeks 5 days
The latest fish added to the iAngler/Angler Action Program database is the Redband trout, thanks to AAP logger Dean Limb. Redband trout are a subspecies of rainbow trout that are found in Pacific Basin waters. There are different subspecies of...
Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 1 month 2 weeks
By Mike Hodge It’s now 2017, and the Snook & Gamefish Foundation Angler Action Program continues to grow. The electronic-logging program for fishermen has been used in state-wide stock assessments for snook, trout and redfish since its...
Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 2 months 2 weeks
Your fish need you, and you can help. In fact, we think you must. More changes in fishery management are coming. Most of us have been shouting for a change for years – some of us decades – especially in the way data is collected for recreational...
Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 5 months 1 day
by Alyssa Lexvold The Snook and Gamefish Foundation (SGF) partnered with Palm Beach County Environmental Resources Management (ERM) to work together in the upkeep and protection of 271 acres of land and coastline known as the Jupiter Ridge Natural...
Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 6 months 4 weeks
SGF exploratory paddle floatilla, free fishing tournament and shoreline clean-up is this coming weekend. You can participate! SGF and Palm Beach County Environmental Resources Management have developed a new ‘adoption’ partnership at the beautiful...
Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 7 months 6 days
Catching Seatrout is a joy that all anglers can appreciate. Whether you are new or an old timer, there is always room to improve your odds. The information in this article comes from 100% experience, which is what anyone should ever be passing onto...
Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 7 months 1 week
Are spotted seatrout in trouble? Spotted Seatrout are a prize fish throughout their American range, which runs from the Texas/Mexico border, around the Gulf of Mexico and up the east coast past the Chesapeake Bay. Management varies between states,...
Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 7 months 1 week
How to register on the iAngler Tournament system (This is the app you need for the Seatrout Troublemaker) Visit www.ianglertournament.com On top right of screen, select green “register” button. Complete info, accept terms. Now you are ready...
Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 7 months 1 week
“Officers … responded to a sea turtle in distress near the Black Pearl Marina. The turtle was found tangled in fishing line that had a deceased snook attached to the hook. Employees from the marina were able to grab the turtle and place it on the...