What’s SUP? No, I’m not trying to be hip and cool by using slang, but rather asking you if know what SUP is? Well if you don’t, let me explain.
Coolers are just like everything else in the fishing industry: constantly changing. Technology, cost, size and weight are all driving factors when it comes to choosing a quality cooler to not only hold the day’s catch, but to also keep the post fishing beer cold. There are soft-sided and roto-molded, 20 quarts all the way to 350 quarts, as well as tons of features and accessories! So how do you know which cooler is right for you? Continue reading Fishing Coolers
Marco Island, Florida is located in the Southwest fishery of the state. It boasts a intricate backcountry waterway that holds a large amount of Florida’s famous inshore fish species.
Its also part of the northern tip of the Ten Thousand Islands. For state residents this area is known for its inshore and backcountry fishing. This is where light tackle anglers on technical poling skiffs flock to for the best in Redfish, Snook, Tarpon and Sea Trout fishing in the state. Marco Island Fishing Charter companies (like http://gladesflyfishing.com/) have called this area home for decades. Continue reading Fishing Marco Island
With many fishing kayaks for sale for under $1000, it can be really challenging to find the right one to meet your needs
An increasing number of anglers across the U.S. are moving to kayaks – even the really pricey ones are much cheaper than your average motor boat. Also, since a kayak doesn’t have a motor, costs for fuel and maintenance are considerably less if not totally nonexistent.
However, the sheer number of choices can make finding the right kayak a challenge. Continue reading 5 Important Considerations for Finding the Right Fishing Kayak