Killer Columns

Most anglers won’t ever leave fish to find fish, but it’s more than likely you routinely pass under a bridge or come very close to one en route to you

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Garnet and Gold

Few things in northwest Florida are as popular as the national championship Florida State Seminoles, but giving the ‘Noles a run for their money durin

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Border Wars

If inshore anglers didn’t have enough trouble staying in tune with FWC rules and regulations, fishermen who visit Florida’s westernmost metropolis hav

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Pensacola

Pensacola Fishing Report: August has pretty much started off similar to July, with lots of redfish, and plenty of spanish mackerel around. Mixed in ar

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Pensacola

What a year it’s been so far; new boat, crazy temperatures, flooding, and lots of bent rods. I’ve been fishing non-stop it seems like since spring bre

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Pensacola

June is in the books and what a great month it was for inshore fishing. Where do I begin? Since I like trout fishing so much, let’s talk about all the

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Pensacola

Fat Daddy Trout on the Menu The new Triton has brought some good mojo to my fishing venues as I’ve been putting some really big trout in the boat this

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Pensacola

Muddy water fishing adventures in the panhandle is what we’ve had here the past few trips. If you haven’t heard or seen the news about our area, I’ll

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Pensacola

April brought some fun fishing with lots of big sheepshead and some big redfish in the pass. We had a little more rain than I would have liked this mo

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Pensacola

It’s that time of year again when everyone is fishing for the striped, spiny, bucked tooth sheepies. The sheepshead bite has been hit and miss the pas

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Pensacola

Spring Break trips have officially begun and the fishing has been pretty good, not quite great yet, but it’ll warm up a bit more, and then it will be

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Pensacola

Here’s a quick report for the area: We had one more cold front again about a week ago, but not as bad as the last one, but it was pretty chilly gettin

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Pensacola

Ice and snow is not what we normally expect in January in the panhandle, but 2014 has so far given us the unexpected. I moved to Florida 15 years ago

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Pensacola

Another cold front is approaching which again will bring the temps down into the 20’s and the winds are going to be blowing 15-25 for the next few day

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Blast ‘Em At The Bridge

With so many bridges that span the local waterways of Florida’s Panhandle, anglers have a wide range of venues when it comes to promising inshore stru

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Inshore Towers

Whether it’s adding a new rod and reel to the arsenal or making significant modifications to their boat, inshore anglers are always looking for ways t

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Promised Land

The shimmer of my gold spoon flashed in the shallow water like a prized golden nugget. It wiggled and wobbled just beneath the surface as I eased it b

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Paradise Hole

As any gambler knows, the odds are always in favor of the house. However, when you are trying your luck on the reefs and wrecks dotting the northern G

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All Jacked Up!

Whether you’re a novice boater, weekend warrior or full-time guide, there are a variety of aftermarket additions that can greatly elevate your boat’s

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Inlet Inmates

Spring is rapidly approaching and I just left the bait shop with a bucket full of handpicked shrimp. It has been an unusually long and cold winter, le

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Get to the Point

It’s mid-July along the Panhandle and I’m on a scouting expedition hoping to locate a few new spots for the upcoming season. As I head down the ICW, I

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Lures Deciphered

If you were to ask any inshore angler what type of fishing brings the most enjoyment, most would say that a topwater bite is the pinnacle of all strik

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