Fort Lauderdale, FL -  Coming to Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show? Meet hosts Rick Murphy and Brie Gabrielle of The Florida Insider Fishing Report at the SiriusXM Marine booth, # 344! • Friday, 11/2 @ 11:30am: Rick will be giving an overview of the SiriusXM Marine service. • Saturday, 11/3 @ 1pm: Rick and Brie will be signing and giving away t-shirts (while...
PFD INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE The best Personal Flotation Device (PFD) is the one you wear, but it can only save your life if it works. That’s why it’s so important to maintain your PFDs and to inspect them regularly to make sure they are in good condition and working properly. VISUAL INSPECTION BEFORE EVERY USE There are no rips, tears, excessive abrasion...
Power-Pole CHARGE Marine Power Station
NEW Power-Pole CHARGE Marine Power Station It only takes your batteries failing one time to get stranded out on the water. With the innovative CHARGE Power Management Station on-board, you can leave the dock with the peace of mind knowing you’ll be back. CHARGE is the world’s first bi-directional marine battery charging and power management station which means it doesn’t just...
RIBBONFISH A ribbonfish by any other name would still catch big king mackerel.  This is borrowed and heavily tweaked from the famous Shakespearian quote, but it says a lot about the thin, silver, eel-like fish king mackerel fishermen like to troll for bait.  Ribbonfish, more properly called cutlass fish, are one of 45 species in the Trichiuridae family.  In addition...
Atlantic Bluefin Tuna General Category Fishery to Reopen for Two Days
The fishery will reopen for two days, effective 12:30 a.m., October 15 through 11:30 p.m., October 16, 2018. Sarah McLaughlin Fishery Management Specialist 978-281-9260 [email protected] This action is intended to provide a reasonable opportunity to harvest the full annual U.S. bluefin tuna quota without exceeding it while maintaining an equitable distribution of fishing opportunities across time periods. In addition, it will help achieve optimum...
The Council chose to increase the commercial and recreational Cobia minimum size limit to 36 inches fork length.
After hearing public comment at its October meeting in Mobile, Alabama, the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council chose to modify the commercial and recreational minimum size limit for Gulf cobia in federal waters. The Council selected to increase the cobia minimum size limit to 36 inches fork length. The most recent Gulf cobia stock assessment was completed in 2013, and...
Perfect Old Drum Combo
Perfect Trophy Red Drum Popping Cork Combo For the past 4 seasons we have had the opportunity to film with Mark Davis and the BigWater Adventures team with Captain Mitchell Blake - Fish IBX on the Neuse River of NC. The show takes place out of the Trophy Red Drum Capitol of the World - Oriental, NC. On the show we...
BEST Popping Cork - Trophy Red Drum
BEST Popping Cork For Giant Red Drum What is the best popping cork for catching  "Old Drum" or "Trophy Red Drum"? We get this question A LOT. We thought it would make a great article to answer the question and also give you some history/background. As most of you are aware we are based out of Morehead City, NC and close to the...
Capt. Jerry Dilsaver - 43.80 - US Open king
  King Mackerel fishermen wanting to boost their catches of the big mackerel should consider attending the King Mackerel Fishing Seminar presented by the Oak Island Parks and Recreation Department on the evening of September 18, 2018. The seminar will feature three hours of information and tips for catching large king mackerel and will be tailored to assist participants improve...
Gag grouper fall season opens in Gulf 4-county region The Gulf of Mexico gag grouper recreational season in state waters off Franklin, Wakulla, Jefferson and Taylor counties will be open for harvest Sept. 1 through Dec. 31. The season for all other Gulf state and federal waters is June 1 through Dec. 31. The minimum size limit for gag grouper is 24...

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BIG OH Wins Overall – 2019 Pelagic Rockstar Offshore Tournament

The PELAGIC Rockstar! Offshore Tournament took place in Quepos, Costa Rica at Marina Pez Vela. 50 teams/261 anglers took part in the years event. Day 2...