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tip of the day
Unfortunately most anglers are not as well-versed in the ways to preserve aquatic ecosystems while fishing as they ought to be. Many options go unnoticed that could make a huge difference in the future of the sport we all hold dear. In a time where “green living” is in the spotlight, it’s important to consider the different practices you can implement to make sure you are doing everything you can to sustain the resources and protect wild habitats.
RMEF is made up of heroes who have dedicated their lives to the conservation of elk and their habitats. Volunteers from all across the country have come together to enhance and protect the elk population.
Capt. C.A. Richardson is going green—and not just in the environmental sense. He says green is his go-to color for fishing for snook in the shallows and flats of Florida.
clips of the day
Normally you want to hit the bird broadside, with a perfect shot hitting the point where that line would intersect the crease in the wing as it meets the breast. A perfect neck shot, well that’s for the professionals.
With Tarpon season just around the corner, we are all chomping at the bit with every video clip, article, and episode we can watch in an attempt to ease our impatience until we can get out on the water. That being said, the silver king is not so easily filmed. Not only does it take the most masterful anglers to regularly find and hook these fish, but it is almost more impossible to capture that split-second moment when the line comes tight.