Christmas in Florida

Alarm goes off at 6 AM!! Grab a bottle of water and walk a mile down the beach to the Fort Pierce Inlet.  By the time we arrive the sky starts to get lighter as sun rise approaches.  We climb over the rocks of the Fort Pierce Inlet Jetty and see the flat calm outgoing […]

Follow the Sage on the Water Tour

  The Sage on the Water Tour is stopping by The Charleston Angler, West Ashley on February 7th, 2018.  The event starts at 3pm and ends at 8pm.  There will be casting demos and instruction, then moving inside for food, drinks, and some presentations, ending the night with some raffles including a new SALT HD […]

Tips for Effectively Casting in Wind – Article from Fly Fishermen

I don’t sail, but I have always admired those who do it well. Using the wind to their advantage, good sailors deal with any wind direction and make sailing look effortless. It may surprise you, but some of the same principles apply to fly casting in windy conditions. In many great fishing destinations, wind is […]

Fishing for Bull Reds – Article from Sport Fishing Magazine

To catch some of the largest red drum, explore the deep waters of coastal bays, rivers and passes. Adult redfish require tactics different from those used on puppy drum, as well as targeting deeper waters.  Doug Olander / sportfishingmag.com Leave the micro-skiff at home. Keep the light-tackle outfits in the garage. To catch the largest […]

Using a Strip Teaser Dredge to Catch More Sailfish – Marlin Magazine

When it’s time to lure a hungry billfish to the boat, there are a wide variety of teasers to use. From dredges and squid chains to bowling pins and even boat fenders, the logic comes from those on the troll at 6 knots or more: Create the most splash and the biggest footprint in the […]

Don’t Fool With Mother Nature – Article by Capt. Greg Peralta

Years ago, there was a commercial with the tag line “Don’t Fool with Mother Nature”. This weekend, I was reminded of such. After weeks of catching fish, seemingly at will, Mother Nature reminded me who the boss really was. Unusually warm weather and full moon tides confused fish and anglers alike. All weekend long, the […]