There's no offseason for fishing in Florida, just changes. When late October hits and the weather changes, so must your baits, your tactics and the species you target. Learn from Captain Taco Perez in Fort Lauderdale how to successfully change when the seasons do.
Every fall, anglers in the gulf and Atlantic become obsessed with pumpkins. Not because of the looming Halloween holiday, however, but the presence of bull redfish. Learn more about why these giant fish are one of the most sought after species in saltwater this time of year.
Leaves rattle, a chill fills the air, the crowds are gone and the fish are hungry. The casual anglers may have hung up their rods for the year, but we know the bite is just beginning. Trout, stripers, bull redfish and walleye fishing are just heating up when the temperatures drop and we want to celebrate every second of the beautiful season that is fall. We know and you know that fall is for fishing.