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Fishing San Antonio Bay

Anglers fishing San Antonio Bay will have the opportunity to catch a buffet of species. Texas’ inshore superstars redfish, flounder, and spotted seatrout of course appear here.

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Is Fishing A Sport?

We’re here to contest that not only should fishing be considered a sport; but it’s one of the best sports around.

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Catch And Release Vs Harvesting Your Catch

There’s a lot of talk in the angler community about the benefits of both practices – catch-and-release and harvesting your catch. Some anglers are hard core advocates for a certain camp, while others see the benefits of both practices depending on the circumstances.

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Fishing in Fort Myers Area

From the freshwater options of the Caloosahatchee River, to the inshore fishing in the bays and inlets, to the bountiful Gulf of Mexico, Fort Myers fishing is off the charts. 

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Top 5 Best Bass Lakes in the South

There are thousands of lakes within this region, so narrowing it down to the Top 5 took some time and effort. There are plenty of qualifiers, but to us, these are the lakes that are best for big largemouth bass and good numbers that represent the entire Southern region.

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Fishing Sebastian Inlet State Park

There are several cities dotting Florida’s Atlantic Coast, all with great fishing opportunities. But among the favorite fishing spots for anglers is without a doubt the Sebastian Inlet. Located between Palm Bay and Vero Beach, Sebastian Inlet gives anglers access to both the Indian River and Atlantic Ocean.

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Top 3 Reasons to Take Your Teenager Fishing

It’s not too late, get your teenager on a charter fishing adventure! We promise it will be worth any side-eyes sent your way. They’ll walk away with a hands-on, real-life experience that can’t be taken away.

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Fishing Aransas Bay

On the Texas Gulf Coast are seven major estuaries where anglers cast their lines and reel in trophy sized fish. Aransas Bay is just one of these estuaries, and has one of the best fisheries in the state. 

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Different Types of Snook Found in Florida

One of Florida anglers’ favorite fish to catch is without a doubt Snook. These silver linesiders are aggressive, fun to fight, and delicious to eat. 

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Fishing Etiquette Do’s and Don’ts

There’s nothing worse than anglers who don’t know how to be a good, neighborly angler. From the boat ramp to the honey hole, it’s best to play nice with others.

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Freshwater Fishing Species

Throughout the world are lakes and rivers with bountiful fisheries. These freshwater bodies of water home thousands of fish of various species. Many areas practice catch-and-release to help maintain the populations. And because of that, many anglers can experience the joy of fishing for freshwater species. 

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How to Clean Fish

You’re out on the water, filling the cooler with fillets, and planning your delicious fish meal. Maybe grill it with some lemon zest? Or prepare some sushi? How about fish tacos? The possibilities for a delicious, fresh meal are limitless. But first you need to know how to properly clean your catch. Any improper handling can result in spoiled goods, and nobody wants that.

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Biloxi Redfish Fishing: All You Need to Know

Biloxi’s location right on Mississippi’s Gulf Coast makes it a prime destination for all things water-related. The beaches draw a crowd, especially in the warmer months, and anglers can be found at the various piers and bridges year round.

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Top 5 Best Bass Fishing Lakes in Texas

Finding the best bass fishing lake in Texas is no easy task. There are several in the Lone Star State that qualify with large, healthy fisheries. Or are we talking about where to find the lunkers? What is your definition of “best”? For us, the best bass lakes are the places where you can find both size and numbers.

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Cocoa Beach Pier

Whether you visit Cocoa Beach for a day, week, or a month, you’ll soon find that Cocoa Beach Pier is a place with great shops, restaurants, and entertainment. Anglers can spend the morning fishing, and the evening listening to live music while eating a delicious meal. It’s more than a place to reel in your next catch, it’s a place to enjoy all that Florida has to offer: sun and fun with those you love.  

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Cobia Fishing

Once you catch a cobia, you’ll be hooked on this aggressive and tasty fish. It isn’t a calm day of fishing when you’re going after cobia. Whether you call them ling, lemonfish, or cobia, you’ll be coming back for more after a day of reeling in this spectacular species.

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Fishing Charters for Large Groups

You’re celebrating a new love, another trip around the sun, or a job well done. Or you have a large family that all want to go on a fishing charter. Whatever the reason for your large gathering, a fishing charter is possible. FishAnywhere.com is here to help you get your party of multiple passengers on a boat and bending the rods.

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Fishing Matagorda Bay

Matagorda Bay is a system that actually contains nine bodies of water: Chocolate Bay, Lavaca Bay, Cox Bay, Keller Bay, Vaes Bay, Turtle Bay, Tres Palacios Bay, Matagorda Bay and East Matagorda Bay. Together the system is one of the largest estuaries along the Texas Gulf Coast. And some of the best fishing in the state.

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Fishing Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

About 20 million people visit Myrtle Beach, South Carolina every year – and there’s a very good reason. This top tourist vacation destination has something for everyone: southern hospitality, 60 miles of beaches, and tons of attractions for the whole family. Golfing, swimming, boating, shopping, and fishing are just a few options to fill your days while visiting Myrtle Beach.

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Fishing Walleye In Minnesota

Walleye love freshwater lakes. So it’s a good thing Minnesota is known as the “Land of 10,000 Lakes.” Though they are not found in ALL the lakes of Minnesota, they are certainly found throughout the state. In fact, two fishing towns in Minnesota both claim the title “Walleye Capital of the World” – so you know it’s a big deal around here! Here’s everything you need to know about fishing for walleye in Minnesota.

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How To Find Fishing Spots Near Me

Fishing is one of our country’s favorite pastimes. You can fish by yourself, with your favorite buddy, or with a large group. Across the country are streams, creeks, rivers, lakes, bays, and oceans filled with opportunities for your fishing trip. You can practice catch-and-release each outing and maintain healthy populations, giving yourself and future generations more and more opportunity to enjoy being on the water. 

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What Is Reef Fishing?

The best way to describe how fish view reefs is to put it in terms of how people view something similar. Reefs are to fish what grocery stores are to people. They’re a good place to get groceries. And that’s why reef fishing is so popular and rewarding.

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Juno Beach Park Pier

Anglers who are looking to fish Juno Beach don’t need to have a boat. You can fish along the shoreline, hire a local charter, or opt to fish the Juno Beach Park Pier. This fantastic fishing spot is sure to provide a great day of bending rods!

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Best Time to Saltwater Fish

Saltwater fishing is very different from freshwater fishing. In North America this means you’re fishing the Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, or the many bays and estuaries along the coast. Saltwater fishing brings different species, techniques, and elements to consider.

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Lingcod Fishing in California

Pacific Coast anglers know that the lingcod is an amazing fish to catch. It might not be pretty to look at, but it sure is pretty fun to get on the line and even better to eat!

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Fishing Corpus Christi Bay

Corpus Christi Bay is one of Texas’ best fishing grounds in the state. Don’t believe us? Just take a look at how often you see people out on the water or wading the shallows.

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Florida Gulf Red Snapper Season 2020

45 Days. That’s how many days the FWC (Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission) has approved for the Red Snapper Season for 2020. A balancing act between conservation and fishing enthusiasts working hard the past several years has resulted in a healthy fishery, allowing for this many days, the longest season in recent history.

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Fishing Charters in the Outer Banks

If you’re visiting the Outer Banks in North Carolina (known locally as OBX), you can absolutely go fishing from the surf or local piers. Fishing these waters is an exciting and thrilling adventure for any outdoor enthusiast. But if you’re looking to up your game (so to speak), we recommend fishing with a professional fishing guide or charter captain. To hire a local Outer Banks charter, there’s a few specific cities to start your search.

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Where To Catch Peacock Bass in South Florida

If catching a Peacock Bass is on your bucket list, South Florida is the destination to be! Originally from Brazil and the Amazon, Peacock Bass were introduced to the canal system in South Florida in the early 1980s. The invasive species has made this place their home, enjoying the warm waters and snacking on the smaller Cichlids. Now they are found throughout lakes and canals of South Florida.

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Fishing Charters Near Me

So you’re on vacation and impulsively decide to go on a fishing charter. Now that’s a choice we can applaud! You’re making great life choices when you choose a day of fishing. But how to choose where to fish and which guide to hire.

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Tarpon Fishing in Mosquito Lagoon

“Tarpon in Mosquito Lagoon” sounds a bit like a scary movie, maybe with a swamp monster type theme. But don’t believe it. If it were a movie, it would be an action movie for sure, a thriller that would keep you on the edge of your seat and occasionally make you spill your popcorn!

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Naples Pier

Naples is located on the coast of Florida, with access to the Gulf. The Gulf of Mexico provides fantastic fishing opportunities, and welcomes anglers of all skill levels. If you don’t have a vessel, access this bountiful body of water by way of the Naples Fishing Pier.

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Grouper Season 2020 in Florida

Fishing for Grouper off the Florida coast is always a day of fun and excitement. But which coast you’re on (Gulf Coast to the west or Atlantic Coast to the east) will determine what you can harvest and when.

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Fishing Laguna Madre, Texas

“Laguna Madre” translates to Mother Lagoon. Early 16th century Spanish explorers named it after encountering the beautiful and bountiful waters. The lagoon is located at the southern tip of the Lone Star State and is protected from the Gulf of Mexico by Padre Island (“Father Island’). We can appreciate the sentiment: Mother and Father taking care of the needs of several fish species, birds, and wildlife throughout this marvelous place.

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A Fishing Trip With a Local Guide is the Perfect Staycation

Staycation: A Getaway Without Getting Away Oftentimes, people don’t look for what attractions are near them until they have visitors come into town. You have family or friends to entertain, and you’re scrambling for something to do that appeases the masses. Or… you’re not sure where to travel this year, and thinking maybe sticking closer […]

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Fishing Near Disney World

They say “the happiest place on earth” is Disney World – and for some people it just might be. But for others, they would say that a nice day on the lake, river or ocean is the happiest place on earth. Again, for some, being on the water really is the happiest place on earth. For families in the Orlando area, you can have the best of both worlds. You can have your day in the theme parks AND get out on the water. 

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Top Five Best Bass Lakes in Florida

If you think judges in the Miss America pageant have a tough job narrowing down the finalists, you are correct, but that might be an easy task compared to trying to pick the top five best largemouth bass waters in the bass-happy state of Florida. There are just too many qualified candidates to choose from, however we are about to undertake the task.

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Fishing For Dolphin

Dolphin fishing can be one of the most productive days on the water. To start with, the dolphin fish (mahi mahi, or dorado) can be found in large numbers from March to October in the southern Atlantic waters.

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What Amenities Are On Fishing Charters

Planning your family’s fishing charter is no easy feat. There’s a lot to consider, and we’re not just talking about where you’re going or when. In some cases, that’s the easy thing to decide; especially when most of the time the season will determine your catch. No… we’re talking about how to select the best charter in the area with the right amenities for your group.

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Spinning V Baitcasting

Many anglers just show up on the day of their guided fishing trip, and while that’s okay, you can make your trip much more successful and fun if you spend a little time doing some homework. Find out from your guide what type of gear you will be using and make sure you are up to speed.

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Fishing for Spanish Mackerel

Looking for a really fun fish to catch? Have you considered Spanish Mackerel? These small, fast, and tough fighters are found throughout the Southeast United States. Anglers fishing for Spanish Mackerel will find a great day on the water and a delicious meal afterwards.

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Veterans Memorial Fishing Pier

One of Florida’s best fishing grounds is without a doubt the Indian River, a waterway on the east side of the state. This area is commonly known as the Space Coast; and with nearby Cape Canaveral and Kennedy Space Center housing rockets, space shuttles, astronauts, and scientists, it’s not hard to see why. 

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Snook: A Fisherman’s Ideal Prize

If a fisherman could develop a dream species of fish, it might just be the snook.  Snook are large, bony fish that thrive in the coastal and brackish waters of the southern United States all the way to Brazil. It’s an important food source and sportfish. But what also makes them appealing to fishermen is that snook grow rather large, and their body shape allows them to make long and acrobatic runs when hooked.

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Fishing Galveston Bay

Galveston Bay on the Texas Gulf Coast is arguably one of the best places to fish in all of Texas. It’s the seventh largest estuary in the United States, and is a great place to fish for redfish, speckled trout, flounder, and more.

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Largemouth Bass Spring Spawning Season

Largemouth Bass in Florida are about to enter spawning season, and the fishing will be off the hook. Well… actually on the hook!

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A Valentine’s Fishing Trip

If you’re like me and have a girl who fishes, then take my advice and plan the best Valentine’s date imaginable: a day of fishing, then preparing and eating what you catch! Whether you choose to hire a local guide or go out on your own, you’re certain to have a great trip.

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Best Time To Fish Tarpon in Florida

No one lands seven tarpon on their first tarpon fishing trip. It’s simply unheard of. And yet, Brandon has become a legend with his friends, and simply shrugs his shoulders with a smirk and insists, “it’s not that hard to land a tarpon.” 

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Top 5 Spring Break Fishing Trip Destinations

Spring Break 2020 is coming up… it’ll be here sooner than you think! So it’s a good idea to get those fishing charters booked now in your favorite Spring Break destination. We know the beach is calling your name, don’t miss the call!

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Best Winter Fishing Destinations

The winter season is one of my favorite times to take a vacation. I know most people opt for the summer months; it works better for school and work schedules. But give me a January or February trip over June and July anytime! Here are a few of my personal favorite winter fishing vacations…

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Top Florida Fishing Piers

Fishing in Florida can take you anywhere from the local freshwater lakes to deep sea fishing in the Atlantic Ocean or Gulf of Mexico. If you happen to be an angler without a vessel, never fear. Check out these several Florida fishing piers just around the corner.

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Fishing In Las Vegas

“What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas”. At least that’s what the famous marketing catchphrase says. That theme is based on one of the city’s popular nicknames, “Sin City,” but there’s a lot more to Vegas than that. Beyond the glamor, bright lights, entertainment of all kinds and great foods, there’s also fishing.

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How To Drift Fish

One of the techniques that are used for a whole host of fishing trips is drift fishing. It can help you catch shallow fish or deep fish. It is used for big fish and little fish species. It is practiced in both salt and freshwater, from coast to coast.

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Top Species to Fish During Winter

Don’t let the cold weather get you down… there’s still great fishing to be had! Get your tackle ready and set the hook. Tell your fishing buddy that you’re going out and here’s what you’re targeting these winter months…

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Fishing the Bays of Texas

Have you ever fished the coast of Texas?! Then you’ll know that there’s just something special about the place. And it’s not just access to the Gulf of Mexico. Let’s take a closer look at a handful of bays all along the Texas Gulf Coast… 

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Top 5 Bachelor Party Fishing Destinations

If you’re planning a bachelor destination party, why not consider a fishing destination to give your group of guys an incredible, memorable experience? Here are the Top 5 Bachelor Party Fishing Destinations for your crew to consider…

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Top 10 Fishing Destinations of 2019

Want to know where people were fishing in 2019? This can maybe help you decide where to fish in 2020! We’re certain that these top destinations will become familiar to more families who adopt fishing as a favorite vacation hobby. Here are the Top 10 Fishing Destinations of 2019…

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Mobile Bay Fishing Piers

The state of Alabama may only have a small slice of the Gulf Coast compared to the other Gulf States (such as Texas, Louisiana, and Florida). But what it lacks in shoreline, it makes up for with the abundant fishery of Mobile Bay.

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Top 5 Places to Fish Smallmouth Bass

Without a doubt, smallmouth bass are a very popular gamefish for anglers to target across North America. Here are the Top 5 Places To Fish Smallmouth Bass…

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Trolling For Mahi Mahi

Mahi Mahi is a special kind of fish. Unlike any other in appearance and it makes great table fare, mahi is often ranked as a top species to target throughout the year…. Also, they are fun to catch.

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Top 5 Freshwater Places to Fish in Louisiana

Louisiana is a fantastic fishing destination. Freshwater, saltwater, and brackish water abound throughout the state. Saltwater fishing is pretty straight forward: head to the bountiful Gulf of Mexico. It’s a little bit more difficult for anglers who prefer freshwater fishing. There’s a multitude of streams and rivers, lakes and ponds to cast a line.

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5 Easy Steps To Plan Your Family’s 2020 Fishing Trip

2020 is just around the corner. It’ll be here before you know it. How do I plan my family’s next fishing trip? Here are 5 easy steps: 

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Fishing the Bahamas – What You Need to Know

The Bahamas rank as one of the world’s top vacation, tourism and fishing destinations. If a trip to these islands is on your fishing list, here is what you need to know before ever leaving your house.

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Top 5 Must-Have Items For Your First Ice-Fishing Trip

This is the year… it’s going to happen. You’re going on your first ice fishing trip! But what to pack? Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered! Here are the Top 5 Must-Have Items for Your First Ice Fishing Trip:

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The Different Types of Tuna

The tuna family is a large one. Often split into two tribes: Thunnini and Sardini. Thunnini, considered the “true tunas”, includes albacore, skipjack, blackfin, little tunny, yellowfin, and all three species of bluefin tuna.

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Best Panama City Beach Fishing Piers

Those looking to cast a line or two will have no trouble finding good fishing grounds in PCB (as its known locally). No boat? No problem. There are fishing piers in the Panama City Beach area ready to get you in on the action.

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Top 10 Fishing Spots in South Florida

The state of Florida is undoubtedly one of the best places to visit for fishing. The amount of water plus the abundance and variety of fish makes the Sunshine State a top destination for anglers. 

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Peacock Bass: Species Highlight

Those residing outside of South Florida may be unfamiliar with Peacock Bass. This unique fish was introduced in 1984 to South Florida waterways to prey on other non-native species, Tilapia and Oscar, and have balanced out the ecosystem in the past 25 years.

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Top 5 Reasons Fishing Trips Make Good Dates

Going on a fishing trip date is an out-of-the-box idea that will no doubt be memorable for you and your date.  If you want to make things interesting, add a little competition. Who can catch the most fish? Or the biggest one?

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Bottom Fishing – Everything You Need to Know

Among the ingredients of a successful fishing trip, is the technique one uses to catch fish. One of the most popular techniques across the fishing industry is bottom fishing. 

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Minnesota, “Take Kids Ice Fishing Free Weekend” Coming Soon

Ice fishing is a great way to get outdoors and experience the beauty of Minnesota. The “Take A Kid Ice Fishing” weekend is a great promotion for the sport of fishing and encourages not only kids to go fishing, but also adults who may not typically drop a line.

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Bass Fishing in Lake Okeechobee

The majority of guides and charters on Lake Okeechobee target largemouth bass because they know they can find lunkers over 5 pounds regularly in the lake. 

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Fishing Piers in Miami, FL

Miami is a great place to experience tons of fun in the sun. While some visitors and locals frequent the sandy beaches for tans or sandcastles, there’s another group hitting the shores for another reason entirely: fishing.

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Top 5 Holiday Gifts for Anglers 2019

Have a fisherman in your life and don’t know what to get as a gift? Here are the top 5 gifts you can give that angler who seems to have everything.

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November Fishing in Costa Rica

Visit Costa Rica in November For Your Next Fishing Trip! If fishing in Costa Rica is on your bucket list, but you’re not sure when to book this trip of a lifetime… allow me to advocate for the month of November. Yes, I know that Costa Rica has fantastic fishing year ‘round, and millions of […]

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Gray Ghosts of the Flats

These Gray Ghosts, also known as Bonefish, are common throughout the flats of the Florida Keys and Bahamas. And they are a ton of fun to catch… if you can find them.

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Flounder Fishing in November

Fishing for flounder is a highlight for many anglers in the fall season. Here’s everything you need to know for your flounder fishing trip this November.

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6 Best Places to Fish in South Carolina

From freshwater lakes, to the brackish marshes near the coast, and of course the Atlantic Ocean that’s full of possibilities, it’s no wonder South Carolina is a great place to drop a line!

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Ice Fishing in Wisconsin

It’s common knowledge that nearly a quarter of all fish caught in Wisconsin each year are brought through the ice. Here’s everything you need to know for your Wisconsin ice fishing trip.

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Top 5 Lake Michigan Fishing Piers

With over 1,660 miles of shoreline and more than a hundred cities dotting the coastline, there are tons of options for Lake Michigan shore fishing. Here’s a quick list of our favorite Lake Michigan fishing piers and seawalls

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Peacock Bass Vs Largemouth Bass

The unique thing about fishing South Florida freshwater lakes and rivers is the variety of Largemouth Bass and Peacock Bass available. Both are favorites among Bass fishermen/women, and both have large fan-bases that advocate their superiority.

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What To Pack For Your Fishing Charter

Packing for your next fishing charter can either be exciting or stressful. Whether it’s your first charter or fiftieth, here’s everything you need to know about packing for your next paid fishing charter.

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Top Outer Banks Fishing Piers

Grab your gear and tackle, and head to a local pier to experience the thrill of fishing the Outer Banks! Here are the top Outer Banks piers ready to host your fishing excursion.

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Bass Fishing While Visiting Disney

Did you know that you can visit Orlando for theme parks AND fishing?! It’s true! Some of the world’s best Largemouth Bass fishing happens within twenty miles of Disney, Universal, and Seaworld theme parks. 

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The Fall Redfish Run in Galveston

Fall season is without a doubt the BEST time to catch Redfish while fishing the Galveston waters. It’s the annual fall migration of big bull reds as they head from the bays into the Gulf to spawn, and you’re sure to see a line of anglers in the pass with lines in the water ready to snag a bull!

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Edmonds Fishing Pier

If you’re heading to the beautiful state of Washington and want to fish Puget Sound without a boat, you are likely to end up at the Edmonds Fishing Pier.

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Best Fishing Piers of Southern California

The fun part of fishing in Southern California is finding the free piers to cast your line. Any day that you’re fishing the Pacific Ocean is a good day, and getting to do it for free is even better!

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Top Five Fall Fishing Locations

Summer is (practically) over, and we’re ready for the cooler weather of Fall to come our way! Fish migrations have certain species on the move, while other areas are seeing a peak in spawning. Not sure about you, but we’re prepping our tackle, anticipating the great fishing the Fall season has to offer!

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Oceanic Fishing Pier

Ready for a great day of fishing?! You don’t need to own a boat, or even have any of the gear… Oceanic Fishing Pier in Ocean City, Maryland has everything you need, and a great fishery too, making any day spent here worth the trip!

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Braided vs. Monofilament Fishing Line

Fishing lines are grouped into two primary categories when it comes to material; braided and monofilament, or mono as it is commonly known.

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Fernandina Beach Fishing Piers

When heading to Fernandina Beach be sure to pack your fishing gear and check out the local pier options. There are two in the area: Fort Clinch State Park Pier and George Crady Bridge Fishing Pier.

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How Long is a Fishing Charter

How Long Does a Fishing Charter Excursion Last? Now that’s a great question! Our world-famous Customer Support team fields a lot of questions from customers looking to book their next fishing trip, and this trip-duration question is by far one of the most frequently asked by vacationers looking to spend some time on the water.

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Electric Fishing Reels: When Are They Used?

Many anglers may never come across an electric reel, while some may not even know such a thing exists. The main, and somewhat self-explanatory difference between an electric reel and a conventional reel is the presence of an electric motor.

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Booking a Next Day Charter

Our goal is to get you on a boat and experience the thrill of a lifetime as you reel in a trophy catch. So whether you’re looking to fish tomorrow, next week, next month, or next year – let FishAnywhere help!

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Overnight Fishing Charter to the Dry Tortugas

The Dry Tortugas is a series of small islands west of the last bridge-connected island in the Florida Keys. Given the distance and time needed to get there, day fishing trips do not typically provide enough time to truly experience what this area has to offer. A lot of people opt for overnight fishing charters, as this gives you time to fish a bit and get up at daylight the next day to start fishing or fish through the night.

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Alligator Gar in Florida

A few years ago I had the extreme privilege to join my buddies on an Alligator Gar fishing trip in Ponce De Leon, Florida. I wasn’t sure what to expect, as we don’t have access to Alligator Gar where I’m from (a small town on the coast of North Carolina). So I was excited for a new-to-me species and looked forward to the adventure. What I didn’t realize then was that fishing for Alligator Gar is unlike any other species of fish!

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Bogue Inlet Fishing Pier 2019

Each summer I take my family on a North Carolina vacation. And each year we discover new places to explore and new adventures to experience.

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What to Bring on a Fishing Charter

You’ve booked your fishing trip, paid the deposit and now it is time to pack and leave the house. What do you need to take?

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Fish Names Are Weird

Whether you’re an avid angler cutting out of work early to hit the water before dusk, or the general fishing enthusiast who bends a rod whenever you can, you know your basic fish species. By basic, we mean the household fish names: Largemouth Bass, Salmon, Trout, Mahi Mahi, Marlin, Sailfish- the usual suspects. But unless you’re a marine biologist, you probably don’t know just how weird these fish species names can get!

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Florida Shore Based Shark Fishing Regulations

The Sunshine State has some of the best fishing in the US and it has the most coastline of any state in the US. That’s more than enough room to accommodate shark fishermen and sun-worshippers on the beach. If you plan to try for shark, then you must have a shore-based shark fishing permit from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC). The good news is the permit is free to anyone, no matter where you live.

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3 Steps to Planning a Costa Rica Fishing Trip

Costa Rica is by far THE Top Destination for avid anglers; the fishing in this tropical paradise is off the charts. Talk with any angler and they’ll tell you without a doubt: Costa Rica fishing is a bucket-list item.

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