Finding Reds and Fishing with Friends….

July 12, 2013 Joe Underwood 0

My last couple of outings have taken me to the Eastern Shore and to Rudee inlet. The first trip was to the Eastern Shore. I got to the ramp early and was soon joined by quite a group of fisherman; Rob Choi, William Ragulsky, Alex Britland, Tommy DeWitt, Luther and Tyler […]

Temple Fork Outfitters Mangrove Series

July 9, 2013 Chris Payne 0

I  recently returned from a fly fishing trip that I had been anticipating for months to the Florida Keys. During the trip I had a chance to put my new Galvan Fly Reels Torque 8 and Temple Fork Outfitters Mangrove Stick through their paces. While planning for the trip I decided that I wanted to order […]

CBBT Storm

July 2, 2013 Rob Choi 1

After one storm blew past toward the east, I thought it was clear to launch.  But I should have zoomed out on the radar because by the time I made it out to my sheepshead spot, I noticed the horizon was once again menacing.  A flash in the distance prompted […]

Wind, Nudity, and a Citation

June 28, 2013 Chris Payne 0

I’m pretty sure that most mid-Atlantic anglers would agree that the nonstop wind has been anything but welcomed! 15+ knot winds have kept many fishermen off the water instead of seeking out the newly arriving summer species. The reports of cobia, flounder, sheepshead, and spadefish among others have anglers glued […]

Windy and slow – but it’s all fishing!

June 21, 2013 Chris Payne 1

I’d hoped to fish a local competition this weekend, though study commitments ruled that one out. The only opportunity to wet a line was Friday afternoon and the weather forecast was most favourable. Light north easterly winds between 8-10mph was going to mean an offshore breeze for the chosen location. […]

5th Annual YakAttack Tournament

June 20, 2013 Chris Payne 0

The 5th Annual YakAttack Kayak Fishing Tournament could not have come at a better time. Coming up short with the ongoing mission of connecting with the huge bull reds of the Eastern Shore has left me in, well…a slump. Consistently coming home with the score of “Richie 0 – Bull Reds 6” has […]

Storage Pouches from Tackle Webs

June 17, 2013 Chris Payne 0

I’ve recently purchased two new storage pouches from Tackle Webs in the US. The quality seems top notch and they should prove ideal for the handy, yet secure, storage of regularly used items whilst afloat. For me, that’ll include such items as pliers, bait elastic, line, hooks and minor items of […]

Great fishing in western Mexico

June 12, 2013 geothlypis 2

I just came back from a fishing trip in western Mexico, in the coastal state of Sinaloa. Home to lake El Salto, Baccarac and Huites, Sinaloa is famous for its huge bass and excellent fisheries. The lake that I visited, Picachos, is new to fishing and it doesn’t disappoint. Actually, […]

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