Capt. Willy Le with www.nativeflycharters.com and friend Dave Stewart with a GORGEOUS redfish while fishing from Willy’s exceptionally fishy Maverick Boat Group Mirage HPX-V2. Capt. Will fishes and explores every chance he gets, while still studying the behavior of all the inshore species that us anglers like to sight fish for like Redfish, Sea Trout, […]
“When I work with driftwood, I never start with a blank canvas. Each piece of driftwood is already a sculpture, created by the caresses of the waves and wind” Debra says. “The wood tells a story and I try to think of its journey as I hold it in my hand. I extend or shorten […]
Native Floridian son, Capt. James Cronk has spent his entire adult life guiding people on their dream fishing adventures. Located out of Jensen Beach, FL, James started what will become an annual summer job migration to Bristol Bay, Alaska in Katmai National Park fishing the Alagnak river. This amazing river boasts a world-famous run of […]
Absolutely gorgeous footage from the Rainbow Springs and Ocklawaha River Aquatic Preserve, looks like something out of the movie Avatar but in REAL LIFE! Bucket List destination when you visit Florida!
Getting into the art of salt water fly fishing can be a little intimidating at first. The long rods, weird looking reels, floating line, and casting technique can really confuse most people who want to get started. As a professional fly fishing guide and casting instructor, I’m here to tell you its not even close […]
Avid Snook Fisherman, Tom Barber sees things differently. What you might look at as scrap driftwood, Tom sees a whole world of possibilities for his unique art creations in his own unique style. Enjoy this Step by Step gallery of a fantastic artist at work. Visit Tom here to view his other creations: http://driftwoodartcreations.com/ About Tom […]
One of the most amazing places to fish in South Florida is the tiny pseudo “city” of Flamingo in Everglades National Park. If you’re driving from The mainland, it’s a 40 mile ride once you enter the Park in Florida City, but it’s worth it. Once you hit the boat ramps you can go north […]
I’ve always been fascinated with sharks. Most fishing encounters with sharks happen when the shark attacks whatever is on your line and the attacks are both awesome and savage, but that’s only one phase of a sharks existence. Ninety percent of the time sharks are easy going and couldn’t care less about someone in the water with […]