Fresh Water Reports
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Florida Fishermen Magazine
By: Lou Sea
Meet Sara Salt
Sara Salt is an avid angler who is paving the way for both woman and kayakers in the fishing world. Learn more about her passion for fishing, some of her greatest catches, and the advice she has for future and current anglers.
When did you start fishing?
"I started fishing when I was very young. I am from panama the country, we are an Isthmus so we are surrounded on both sides by water the Pacific on one side and the Atlantic on the other . We spent a lot of time on the beach on boat doing outdoor adventures. I was told my grandfather was an avid Angler and my uncle was actually a professional tuna fisherman, so it’s in my blood."
Where is your favorite place to fish?
"Gosh, I couldn’t pick a favorite place to fish if my life depended on it. It really just depends on what type of fish I am targeting. But I will say that I really enjoy fishing in North West Florida near Destin ."
What is your favorite way to fish/fishing technique?
"I honestly can say I enjoy fishing in any way so I can’t choose one. However fishing from a kayak is something I will always hold dear to my heart. This is what really brought me recognition and I’m extremely proud of that. The reason I enjoy kayak fishing so much is the one on one feeling you have when fighting the fish. Not to mention the connection that I feel with nature as I’m peddling along quietly as the sun comes up. All of your senses are heightened, the light wind in your hair, the salty crisp smell of the gulf (sea/ocean), The slight ripples as you cut through the water and finally the beautiful sights of nature all around you. "
What is your favorite thing about fishing?
"Every aspect of fishing is endearing to me. But my favorite thing about it is being out in nature -the hunt, reading the signs, finding the targeted species and finally the capture. Being able to provide sustenance is pretty incredible to me. "
What is your most distinguishable catch so far?
"Geez I have had so many amazing catches from my first Goliath, To back to back big gag grouper’s off my kayak, to the doubleheader Cobia that I did from start to finish and the list goes on and on. But for me a couple that really stick in my mind are my very first Bill fish which was a Sailfish or the 8-10’ shark I caught from my kayak. The Sail because it such a beautiful fish the fastest in the water so majestic and beautiful I couldn’t get over it. The shark because it was unexpected I was trolling for King mackerel, Which I’ve caught plenty of including many smoker kings, but I knew this time it was different because all of a sudden my drag started screaming and didn’t give up and before I knew it I was almost spooled! We frantically paddled towards the fish in order to gain a little bit of line. I soon realized I had a tremendous catch and nervously cranked on the reel hoping I would keep my cool. The force behind this beautiful creature was intoxicating, in the beginning I was a little scared but eventually gave way to my determination to leader it. I fought it for a while each time he got close to kayak he took off and I had to start all over. The aquatic sleigh ride I had was incredible! Finally I got it to breach and I got my first look, it was an 8-10 foot shark and suddenly all my fears gave way to elation. He swam underneath and eventually right up near kayak, after a few pix and a video we cut it loose. "
What is your dream fish?
"My dream Catch right now would have to be an African Tiger fish, their appearance alone is intimidating. While I prefer saltwater fishing this guy is intriguing to me. Another close interest is a barn door Halibut."
What advice do you have for anyone who wants to get in fishing?
"Honestly I am no pro, I have so much to learn and every day brings new adventures so I have more questions than answers. My advice to anyone that wants to get in to fishing would be always be prepared. You can never have too many rigs too many lures too many options. Pack that extra rod, bring that extra weight, bring a sabiki rig...Nothing worse than breaking a rod and not having an extra or losing a leader complete with the weight to a toothy critter. Or nor having the right lure or losing your favorite one. Also for as much as you prepare you never know what they’re going to hit sometimes it’s live bait sometimes it’s a lure, you just never know."
How is it to be a woman angle in a profession that is predominately male?
"The question of being a woman in a predominately male profession is one that I get often. I feel that when you work hard, show your passion and interest for learning that goes much farther than vocally insisting you belong. I’ve had great experiences thus far and even on the rare occasion that I’ve not been taken seriously, by the end of our trip I’ve gained the respect of even the most salty captain. "
Who are your sponsorships?
"Pelagic, Fishing Chaos, Bubba Blades, Raymarine, Hook+Gaff, Hobie, Bote, Edge Rods, Cortland Lines, Vincent Peach, Hari Mari, Fillet Away Mats and Trident Rod Rest MarshTackyCarbon"
How can people contact you if they would like to book you for fishing shows, speaking engagements, etc.?
Contact email:SaraSaltAU@gmail.com IG Sara Salt
Growing up on a five acre lot in the country-side of Loxahatchee Florida had its perks. First off, my mom and my step-dad let me roam free to discover all the land had to offer. This was heaven for an outdoorsy girl like myself. Since I was an only child, I made my own fun exploring the ponds and forest before making friends with the neighborhood boys. Luckily, they quickly took me under their wing, and soon my nine-year-old self was fishing, four-wheeling, and riding horses from dawn to dusk on the weekends. Back then, fifteen-plus years ago, it seemed to be a safer time, so the only rule on the block was to come home when the street lights turned on.
Since I fit right in with the boys, I am not even sure they realized I was a girl since I could keep up with them, most days surpassing them in energy and adventure seeking. I was usually the first one up at the crack of dawn — funny, how my name matches my personality — ready to drag the boys out of bed, so we could fish at one of the ponds on our property. We would roll up small balls of bread to put on the hooks, casting out to catch brim, a small pond fish. The casting, the reeling, the calmness, the excitement — I loved all of it. Fishing made me lose all sense of time. It wasn’t until my mother would yell for me to come home that I even realized the sun had set, and the moon was on the rise. This is when my love affair with fishing began.
After a move to Wellington, I quickly adapted to my surrounding, switching from pond fishing to canal fishing. This led me to expand my fishing expertise, learning how to bass fish, something I still love to do to this day. Looking back, I am really grateful I found this sport early on, because during all my hardships, especially transitioning into adulthood, fishing became my therapy, my zen place
No matter what I was dealing with at that time of my life, I went to the water and let go of all my worries. As I casted a line and reeled in a fish or not, I released my fears and connected with myself. I tried a million other activities to replicate this feeling, but nothing could compare, so I kept coming back to fishing.
It was some years later, after establishing my own house managing business, I fell into a whole new world of fishing the ocean. After a short trip offshore fishing for yellow tail in Palm Beach, I took a trip to New Hampshire to go deep sea fishing with my dad. On this trip, alongside my uncle and cousin, I learned how to deep drop and caught my first northern fish, a pollock. I can still remember the feeling; it was as if I was pulling up a tire from the bottom of the ocean. I kept at it, and with a little help from my dad, I reeled in the biggest catch on the boat. Not only was I super excited that I had caught something, but I also was really happy to have spent that time with my father. I had never lived with him or got to see him a lot, so that trip is still one of my best memories.
After that amazing excursion, I returned to South Florida inspired and quickly began offshore fishing in the Palm Beach area. At this point, I realized that I had a true passion for the sport and fell in love with being out on the salty seas. I also got the chance to learn about sport fishing from an old boyfriend who allowed me to tag along with him on his fishing outings. This was a pivotal moment in my fishing career as I learned so much about different techniques and what it takes to catch various fish. I learned everything from how to rig ballyhoo,to kite fish, and to how to run a spread when trolling. Every boat was unique, and every crew was different as well. This allowed me to soak up numerous tips and insider tricks from some of the best fishermen in the country.
Unfortunately, the boyfriend didn’t stick, but my love for sport fishing did...LOL. This prompted me to fish on all kinds of boats, traveling up and down the coast of Florida, even to the Bahamas, to continue chasing my passion. In addition to meeting some great people, I had some amazing catches in the past few years. Trolling offshore near Stuart, I reeled in a 40LB Cobia, and anchored up bottom fishing I landed a 13LB mutton snapper off the coast of Palm Beach. I also caught my first sail fish bump trolling, using live bait in Palm Beach. These were pretty big accomplishments for a girl who used to cast lines with bread on them into her family’s pond.
During all these trips, I was excited to reel in these catches on my own. Not only because I wanted to prove to myself that I could do it, but also to prove it to the men on the boat. Being a female in this sport is not easy, since it's still largely a man's sport. I want to be respected for being a woman who truly loves the sport and wants to learn more. Luckily, I can rely on my passion for fishing to lure me back to the sea even when I am met with challenging situations. I also feel that if I can show other women that I can do it, they may be inspired to get into fishing or to follow their own passions.
Now, I am gearing up for fishing trips to the Keys and Pine Island this year with the hopes of putting a trip to Panama and Costa Rica on the calendar for next year. I am eager to push myself out of my comfort zone, as I learn how to catch rooster fish and marlin while exploring these Central American countries. No matter where I fish, whether it’s a small pond out in the woods or on a sport fishing boat in international waters, I am most at home near or on the water. As the salt water runs through my veins, I gaze upon the rough and calm waters in front of me, knowing that I am ready for my next adventure, reeling in whatever life has to offer.
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Freshwater Fishing Report with
Rick Southerland / Southerland
Outdoors on the Harris Chain
Thought y’all would like a shot of what’s happening in Florida fresh waters!!!Hello, I’m Rick Southerland from Southerland Outdoors. Went out on the Harris Chain of Lakes in Central Florida, and I’d have to say it’s been hot!!! Top water fishing in the mornings has been phenomenal!!! Target Lilly pads and cover when the temperatures rise.
Well folks, this last weekend I decided to try Harris Chain of Lake’s Little Lake Harris.
When we launched the boat, I immediately noticed an abundance of hydrilla floating in the water. When I say an abundance, I mean an abundance!!!
I started off targeting holes in hydrilla with a chatter bait and a top water popper. I boated a couple nice largemouth with the biggest weighing around 2 lbs. As I continued along the hydrilla line, I came across a boat dock with hydrilla under it. I tossed the popper under it and BANG!!! An explosion that nearly startled me off the boat. It was a 3 1/2 lb largemouth bass!! I trolled to the next boat dock. Again, hydrilla under it, and splash!!! Another 3 pound largemouth. Feeling confident I started targeting boat docks with 3-6 ft of water and hydrilla. Landing two 4 pounders, I was sure that I was on to something. At this time it was about noon and the sun was in full force, so I decided to try my method of using the popper under docks to the more shaded residential canals. Fifth dock in, and it happened. The bite I’ve been hoping for all day came true. The popper just got sucked down and the drag on my reel started screaming. I turned the true fighter of a fish back towards the boat. She started to make for a jump and I tried keeping my rod tip down, so she didn’t throw my lure. It worked, but I could see that she was larger than I thought. I told my co-Angler that she was going to get one shot at netting her. When she came beside the boat my co-Angler was there with the net!!! WE GOT HER!!! A beautiful 8 1/2 lb largemouth bass!!! After pictures and high-fives, I was prepared to release her back in her hole under the dock.
Whenever you get on a pattern, stick with it and use obstacles like floating hydrilla to your advantage.
My stepdaughter and I fished a tournament this last weekend out of notorious Venetian Gardens on beautiful Lake Harris. Started out fishing top water with a Spro Rattling Chug Bug. Caught a couple at the mouths of canals in 5-6 feet of water. We then went to the famous 9th street canal. Loaded with Cypress trees at the entrance, we were able to land a couple more. I noticed that there wasn’t very much action actually in the canals, so we moved back to Venetian Gardens bay. My co-Angler landed a nice largemouth using a 10” ribbon tail Gambler worm in June bug color. We continued to fish the grass lines in the same 5-6 feet depth range to limit out and finish the tournament in 4th place.
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The Fishers of Kids Anglers Academy was formed with the main goal of getting more kids involved with the sport of fishing. The OKAA will assist in civic organizations, forming new youth fishing organizations, & other charitable organizations in sponsoring events & functions which promoFte youth fishing. These events & functions will teach young people the sport of fishing, the ecology of the outdoors & the responsibility each person has in order to maintain our natural resources at no cost to kids. Your donations will be used to provide free fishing opportunities and gear to at-risk youth.
The Fishers of Kids Anglers Academy is a fishing/outdoors youth outreach program, intended for at-risk youth who come from families with low socioeconomic status, as a way of providing free, positive alternatives to destructive or antisocial behavior, while teaching them real-life lessons and skills.
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The smell of autumn, the change of colors, leaves falling at your feet, a cool breeze in the air. yes it is that time of the year that all us anglers wait for, the mullet run!
Every fall in Florida as the temperatures begin to cool fishing is on fire. The fall temps trigger the natural instincts in mullet to head south along the Atlantic coast. These migrating mullet will stay in large schools that are irresistible to large predators that's including most game fish.
Fall Mullet Run With Skye Burkhardt
Mullet are a silver/grey fish. They are a ray finned fish found worldwide in a coastal temperature and tropical waters. There are 80 species of mullet, can you believe that?! They can be found in tropical, subtropical and temperate waters around the world. The massive amounts of mullet that are found in the surf and intercoastal water ways during the fall mullet run send fish into a frenzy. Masses of inshore fish such as Snook, Tarpon, Redfish and Seatrout. Hooking up to fish is nearly nonstop!
Fall Mullet Run with Skye Burkhardt
Fall Mullet Run with Skye Burkhardt
How to fish the Mullet run
This is really a no brainer and just about anyone could land fish during the mullet run.
As for myself, I follow the schools of mullet casting on the outsides of the schools hooking up and landing nearly every cast. I find that casting in the middle of the school is less successful because predators will often wait to pick off any fish that swims away from the school. It is that simple!
Mullet is the bait!
During the fall mullet run, mullet is the bait to use during this time of the year. Full grown mullet are great for shark and tarpon fishing. I prefer to use finger-sized mullet, free lined, which lands me just about anything. When targeting bull reds, large Snook and tarpon, I up my liter to 80lb+. But for the most part this Lagoon Mermaid enjoys sight fishing and scouting Mosquito Lagoon and although I can target large Tarpon, bull reds and Snook, I will be free-lining finger sized mullet, enjoying the art of angling artificials and sticking to light tackle. Occasionally targeting what the mullet run has to offer, so what are you waiting for, get out there and fish!
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Hi there, my name is Camila Mantilla, but I just go by Cami for short. I was born in Bogota, Colombia but ended up moving to the states with my family shortly after at the age of 3. My father, Reinaldo, was the one who sparked my love for the outdoors as he would always take me on his monthly fishing trips and instilled in me a huge appreciation of nature.
In 2016, an old but certainly not forgotten hobby of mine was reawakened by my best friend and now boyfriend, Jordan. Despite all of the years that had gone by, I picked up a rod and it felt like I had never put it down. The excitement, joy and pure bliss that I remembered getting when fishing with my dad became something that I now had the privilege feeling all the time
Seventeen years later, I still embrace all of the values of my Hispanic heritage and try to explore everything and anything that the outdoors has to offer. Although I stopped fishing when my parents got divorced, I never considered becoming a homebody. I continued to swim, snorkel, hike and discover new ways to share my love for our oceans and natural springs and more importantly, ways to conserve their beauty.
Soon after I started, I began exploring different types of fishing and completely fell in love with inshore saltwater fishing, specifically for redfish. I fish at least 4 times a week now and try to share my catches and adventures with all of my social media followers in the hopes that it will encourage them to get outside and hopefully try fishing.
Even though I am most familiar with the brackish waters of Louisiana, I recently had the opportunity to try out offshore fishing, Bowfishing fishing, and fresh water fishing and love learning new ways to get on the water. Fishing has also given me some great opportunities to connect with anglers, companies, and even sponsors, like Oceanic Gear, who share my love for fishing.
After graduating with my Associates Degree in Gainesville Florida, I decided that I wanted to share my passion for fishing and give people the chance to try it out for themselves by starting my very own inshore fishing charter out of Slidell, Louisiana. Although there is still a lot to do before the grand opening, I am excited to start this new journey and hopefully be able to spark the same appreciation for fishing in others as my dad and Jordan did for me. Tight lines everyone! After graduating with my Associates Degree in Gainesville Florida, I decided that I wanted to share my passion for fishing and give people the chance to try it out for themselves by starting my very own inshore fishing charter out of Slidell, Louisiana. Although there is still a lot to do before the grand opening, I am excited to start this new journey and hopefully be able to spark the same appreciation for fishing in others as my dad and Jordan did for me. Tight lines everyone!
Slot Machine Fishing Report
Captain Griffin Deans is a USCG Licensed Inshore Charter Captain out of Manatee County, Florida. He has been fishing the waters of Tampa Bay down to Sarasota Bay for as long as he can remember. Captain Griffin developed a strong love for fishing at an early age, and the passion he has for the sport is second to none. Whether you want to fish for snook, redfish, tarpon, trout, snapper, and plenty more species in the morning or tarpon and snook at night, Captain Griffin will do whatever it takes to put you on the bite. He will use the skills he has aquired over his lifetime to ensure you have a great time, and you catch plenty of fish on your trip. Captain Griffin has experience and passion along with tremendous customer service that is sure to satisfy any client.
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At Slot Machine Fishing Charters, we offer a variety of different inshore fishing trips out of Bradenton, Anna Maria Island and Palmetto, Florida. On our morning trips, we will be fishing for snook, redfish, tarpon, trout, snapper, cobia, flounder, and many more inshore species that live in the Tampa Bay area. We offer 4 hour, 6 hour, and 8 hour trips. Captain Griffin Deans also offers specialized trips in the afternoon or night targeting snook and tarpon. The night time tarpon/snook trip makes for an unique experience under the stars. You can expect to catch multiple snook and tarpon on the night excursion. Whether it's day time fishing or night fishing you would like to do we have an action packed trip full of excitement for you and the whole family!
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Amy Gagliano 8 Mos Preggo fishing Story
Amy Gagliano- 8 months Preggo Fishing Story
Photo Nikki Ayers
. I am currently 8 months pregnant and due Oct 19th. My husband and I love to fish and we can't wait to meet our little angler that is on the way. We are having a baby boy and his name is James Joseph Gagliano II . I have been fishing ever since I was a little girl with my dad. I thought it would be fun to take a photo in a maternity gown while casting into the ocean.
My fishing journey began back when I was a little girl when my dad and I would go fishing at Matanzas and Flagler Beach. Our favorite fight is sharks. The bigger the better! Haha. We still to this day have a blast with the family out at Varn Park fishing. The picture below is of my dad and I when I was a little kid, and the second one is in the same spot 23 years later and 6 months pregnant at that time. My husband, our families, and I are so excited for this journey, and we can't wait to take teach our little angler how to fish.
Amy Gagliano- 8 months Preggo Fishing Story
Amy , Thank you for sharing with us !! We currently have a few other Pregnant friends here , Tysa Dawn and Alexis Anthony just off the top of my head.
Lots of New Anglers coming #TackleBoxesNotXBoxes
Good Luck and Tight Lines
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The red tide is now around Johns Pass but hasn't scared off or killed everything. We still have large schools of bait fish from glass minnows to decent sized green backs from the sea buoy all the way through the pass. These bait schools often have mackerel, ladyfish and even Jack crevalle around them too with plenty of seabirds diving them. However, we do have some dead fish around the pass especially due to the stronger new moon tides we had this past weekend. Luckily the city and the county are very on top of the clean up and the smell isn't bad and most of the time hardly noticeable. Also, the red tide is not nearly as bad as it was for the southern west coast of Florida we are not experiencing the coughing, gagging and burning eyes that will happen when the red tide is super thick and concentrated at the moment which is quite the blessing. Also, we are still seeing snook around the docks especially in the early morning hours around sunrise hanging around the tide poles and pilings.
The five-hour half day is only $27.50 right now with the half price email newsletter special we are running and were out there doing very well on the grey snapper, porgies and seabass. Plus, still tons of mackerel around the area and were catching plenty while trolling and free lining shrimp on short wire leaders with a treble hook. Also, the occasional hogfish is being caught right now near shore, but they aren't quite ready to fire up like they are as it cools off near shore. We did catch a nice keeper red grouper this past week on the half day as we are fishing a little deeper right now to avoid the dirty water and fish kill that is hugging the beach.
The 12-hour extreme this past week did super well on the big scamp with over a dozen caught! We did have to battle some strong current, but we were able to catch fish through it and it slowed down through the trip allowing some nice amberjack on the vertical jigs. The red grouper cooperated for us too, and we got some nice ones on some big squid strips as well. Plus, we also got some big porgies, yellowtail and vermillion while out there fishing too. The water was super clean offshore, and we were completely past all the dirty water and fish kills that are mainly 20-25 miles from shore or less. If you are looking to go deep check out the 12 hour extreme trip aboard the Flying HUB 2 right now the boat has SUPER light loads due to a slower time of year and the misconception that red tide is out here killing all the fish while the reality is that its very mild in our area compared to past year's red tide events and its mainly right on shore.
Captain Jack's dolphin corner
The red tide is finally starting to show up around Johns Pass unfortunately but thankfully its fairly minor and seems to change from day to day. We have only a few dead fish around, some days more than others, but the city and county are really staying on top of the clean up and preventing the build up that will cause foul smells around the area. Plus, there's no serious coughing and gagging and burning eye side effects like you will get when the red tide is super bad. Were very lucky right now it's fairly minor, but definitely around. However, we are still doing our tours and still finding plenty of playful dolphins and seabirds hanging around the area.
Unfortunately, we do have some bad news to report however. Due to the City of Madeira beach new city government voting to defund the Madeira beach water taxi we are being forced to shut down the Madeira beach water taxi operations as of September 30th. If you would like to ride the Madeira beach water taxi before the city shuts it down, there's still plenty of time to join us! This is a great way to get to Johns Pass, sea the area, go for a pub crawl, or just hangout on a gorgeous water taxi as it takes guests, locals, and tourists alike around our beautiful local area. Check out this link for our Madeira beach water taxi schedule by Tampa bay ferry - http://tampabayferry.com/madeira-beach-water-taxi/route-and-schedule/
The waters in the back bays has been gorgeous lately! The weather has been great for dolphin watching nature cruise and eco tours because the dolphins are playful, birds are roosting, and waters are super clear making dolphin watching easy and fun! Plus, lots of manatees and sea turtles are around right now too. For more info on our guaranteed dolphin sightings tour check out this informational link with some great Madeira beach dolphin tours info - https://hubbardsmarina.com/dolphin-watching-cruises/
Capt Charlie Rogers Official Captain at Florida Fishermen Magazine
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