Learning to Fly Fish (Sort of) — …i choose this…

Ever since I moved to Colorado 20 years ago, I have wanted to learn to fly-fish. Since we will be relocating in a year, the sense of urgency was high to git-r-done. Will there be great fly fishing in Oregon? YES, but I wanted to learn the basics in Colorado. In order to force said […]

Learning to Fly Fish (Sort of) — …i choose this…

Fishing Montana Creek And The Susitna River For Alaskan Salmon – Retro Review — Salsaworldtraveler’sblog

On a summer vacation to Alaska in the early 2000s my son and I spent a few days in Talkeetna, AK which was also a stop on our latest vacation in 2021. On the prior visit to Talkeetna, we discovered that Montana Creek is an excellent spot for fishing. In summer, the salmon are so thick catching them often requires no bait.

Fishing Montana Creek And The Susitna River For Alaskan Salmon – Retro Review — Salsaworldtraveler’sblog

Deep-Sea Fishing in Hawaii — Kona Directory

Whether you are an avid angler or a want to relax by the shore, Hawaii waters give you an excellent opportunity for both. The year-round fishing options, a wide variety of fishes, and the Island’s consistent weather are the primary reasons why The Big Island is the ideal destination for deep-sea fishing. Let’s explore […]

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Everything you need for your next Key West fishing vacation!

At Go Fishing Magazine we are all about making sure you guys are prepared for your next big excursion. That’s why we put together this detailed list of everything you need for your next Key West fishing vacation!

Fishing in Key West is the best!

Key West is a prime location for sport fishing. Blue waters offshore to the natural reef and abundant shipwrecks in the Atlantic Ocean. Then of course there is the AMAZING Gulf of Mexico filled with a plethora of unique species of fish!

Whether you’re deep sea fishing, fishing offshore, or aboard a fancy center console vessel, you are bound to have a blissful time. Just make sure that you go prepared with the following items:

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Fish on!

Get ready to hook some marlin, sailfish, dolphin, tuna, kingfish, and wahoo!!!

Oh yes, and you can’t forget, you will need a Florida Fishing License and cash to tip your charter captain!

Happy fishing!

Fishing Gear Guide with Reviews

Choosing the right fishing gear can make a difference.   The following charts list types of fishing gear, their names and uses.

NOTE: Though Light Line, Heavy Line, Big Reals, Small Reals, Short Poles, Long Poles, Stiff Poles, and Flexible Poles, are all made to improve different types of fishing, you can catch most fish without spending a bundle of money.   It’s just a matter of choosing the right gear for you.     img_1888-2

So, if a fast pole is called stiffer and a flexible pole slow, moderate pretty much lets you know that it’s somewhere in the middle.   There’s some pretty nice fising gear in the moderate range that can get the job done for most types of fishing.  Here are some charts to help you choose the one that’s best for you.

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Cortez Fishing Village, a Bit of Old Florida — Ron Mayhew’s Blog

We were in the neighborhood and decided to stop at the Star Fish Company for a blackened grouper sandwich. It was early afternoon and the place was slammed. While waiting for our sandwich and beer I had a few minutes to wander around the docks with my camera and ultra-wide angle lens. Life seems to […]

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