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Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 1 year 5 months
About 10 years ago, two guys fished the Indian River Lagoon, probably chatting away while looking for schools of redfish. They had discussed paddling the whole Lagoon, but never did so. At one point, neither is sure of exactly when, John Kumiski and...
Anonymous | Posted 1 year 6 months
My name is Ross Boucek, a PhD student at Florida International University. A few years back, Oikos asked me to write about some research we completed called "No free lunch: displaced marsh consumers regulate a prey subsidy to an estuarine consumer"...
Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 1 year 6 months
In South Florida coastal rivers, two fishes reign supreme - snook and largemouth bass. A few years ago, state and federal agencies launched large scale collaborative research projects investigating the dynamics behind these two river fisheries...
Anonymous | Posted 1 year 6 months
It’s almost November. A hint of fall is in the air as a tinge of cool air has replaced summer’s suffocating heat. Of course, we’ll miss those flat calm days, but with winter on the way, conditions to catch big seatrout are not far behind. Given that...
Anonymous | Posted 1 year 7 months
You can earn a free SGF buff! The first 10 registered anglers in SGF's October Fishfest who log a fish during tournament hours will get a SGF buff mailed to them. The SGF buff is made by HooRag and is an important part of your fishing day. Protect...
Anonymous | Posted 1 year 7 months
...That you DON'T need to share your exact location of your fishing trip, and the data is still extremely important? Much of the state and federal fishery data needs to know the county you fished in for fishery management purposes. (Some specific...
Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 1 year 8 months
Fishing starts tonight! Now is the time to register for the October Fishfest Tournament (Oct 9-11). While there will be a captain's meeting tonight at Due South Brewery (Boynton), you do not need to attend. Final photo rules will be emailed to all...
Anonymous | Posted 1 year 8 months
Snook season is in full swing as is the annual east coast mullet run, which means two things for Florida inshore fishermen. If you haven’t been out on the water, is there a better time to use those extra sick days? Yard work to do? Let the grass...
Israel Umpierre | Posted 1 year 8 months
Support Conservation – Go Fishing – Win a fishing trip in Puerto Rico Ever fished for snook in Puerto Rico? Sounds nice, and when you throw in shots at tarpon and a host of other local gamefish in eastern Puerto Rico your mouth should be watering....
Brett Fitzgerald | Posted 1 year 8 months
  Tarpon season is just about over in Florida. In a few weeks, once the mullet run winds down, the chase for the Silver King will largely be done. Like many of our favorite flats targets, once winter arrives most tarpon will depart for warmer...