Author Archives: Nick
There are a ton of fishing knots out their that don’t need to be learned. There are a few important ones that are good to know that can save you time on the water, otherwise keep an app with knots handy on your phone for the knots that aren’t used much and are forgotten. Read the rest of this entry
The number one best way to keep your fresh catch from spoiling is having a great cooler to start off with. If your cooler sucks then your ice is going to melt and your fish or whatever you have is going to go bad, and quick. Read the rest of this entry
Went out fishing and caught 2 Sail Catfish and a Flounder. I fileted them and ate them. The flounder was 12″. Caught those fish on a D.O.A. shad tail with a jig head. The fish were very good eating. Weather was overcast for most of the day and hot. It is very hot this time of year here in Florida. There was a little bit of a breeze so it helped some. Thanks for reading.
I fish in saltwater over on the Intra Coastal in Florida. I fish out of a small boat, more like an over sized canoe. Read the rest of this entry
I have many different things inside my tackle box as you can see. You never know what you might need while out on the water so you have to bring a little bit of everything. It is better to have too much and not need it then not have something and need it.