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Fish ID and Tactics

Written by Splash on April 20th, 2017.      0 comments

BLOGFishID

Reef Species
| Pelagic Species | Weedline Species | Molluscs and Crustaceans | Tropical Species | Freshwater Species | Non-Target Species
 

Snapper Snooping

Written by Matt Lind on September 20th, 2016.      0 comments

BLOGSnapperSnooping

Over the next three months we’ll see the best spearfishing of the year.  Not because of good weather or good water conditions but because of the number of snapper and where they move to.  Sometime during October the water temperature is going to begin ramping up and when it gets to about 18 degrees a major change will take place...
 

Hunting Yellowtail Kingfish

Written by James Goodall on September 12th, 2016.      0 comments

BLOGHuntingYellowtailKingfish

With the summer months fast approaching so are the increasing numbers of kingfish. knowing where and when to find them is the key to success. Finding these Kingfish always seems to have the same common conditions, the biggest being current followed by structure and baitfish. If you combined these three conditions you are in with a good chance a finding these tasty yellowtail.
 
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Fish ID and Tactics

Written by Splash on April 20th, 2017.      0 comments

BLOGFishID

Reef Species
| Pelagic Species | Weedline Species | Molluscs and Crustaceans | Tropical Species | Freshwater Species | Non-Target Species
 

Snapper Snooping

Written by Matt Lind on September 20th, 2016.      0 comments

BLOGSnapperSnooping

Over the next three months we’ll see the best spearfishing of the year.  Not because of good weather or good water conditions but because of the number of snapper and where they move to.  Sometime during October the water temperature is going to begin ramping up and when it gets to about 18 degrees a major change will take place...
 

Hunting Yellowtail Kingfish

Written by James Goodall on September 12th, 2016.      0 comments

BLOGHuntingYellowtailKingfish

With the summer months fast approaching so are the increasing numbers of kingfish. knowing where and when to find them is the key to success. Finding these Kingfish always seems to have the same common conditions, the biggest being current followed by structure and baitfish. If you combined these three conditions you are in with a good chance a finding these tasty yellowtail.