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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > June 2013
The first day of summer had arrived, and along with it, some of the best inshore snook fishing to be experienced in Southwest Florida.
The big one is in the boat.
I’m a pond and small lake guy.
Team Evinrude Angler David Walker stopped by to share some insights on fishing with his kids.
Dropper rigs are standard operating procedures for trout bums, but they are relatively uncommon in the salt.
Local Allegheny River angler Joe Stefanacci learned I was new to the area and was kind enough to offer a boat ride.
Boating is fun. Fishing is fun. And the combination is outstanding.
I don’t know about you, but it is tough to buy gifts for my Dad.
For whatever reason it’s easy to think of a national park as being land based.
One of the parts that I like about fishing is the camaraderie of hitting the water with my pals.
There are sunfish that grow larger and there are sunfish with “gills” that streak bluer.
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