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Stomach offers clues to fish's diets

These unlucky crabs ended up in the stomach of a hungry cobia. While cobia also eat a variety of fish, crabs make up a big part of their diet. 431 more words

Throwback fish tale: My first cobia

ICYMI Editor’s Note: This article originally ran in the October 7, 2010 edition of WaterLine Weekly Magazine. For more on cobia fishing from the Man on the Pier, check out this week’s (April 10) WaterLine. 855 more words

The Grand Slam of Fishing

In the last blog about Florida “Sunshine” I mentioned the phrase “Grand Slam” as used in the world of salty Florida fishing.  For those of you interested, I cast my nets over the inter-nets to get the scoop on what the term means for Southwest Florida gulf coast. 550 more words

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Monsters of the shallow

This picture, shot from atop the U.S. 41 bridge, doesn’t really do the size of this stingray any justice. It was a giant.

By MATT STEVENS… 532 more words

Iron Man 10 hour fishing on the Reward Won 3-29-14

Via a social site The Reward Fishing Fleet announced their “Iron Man 10 Hour Trip”. It was to take place around Elliot Key which is right before Key Largo Florida.  1,439 more words

Fishing Reports

Spring Time Cobia!!!

Today was Awesome. Sunday March 16, 2014 started at 0530, getting all the gear ready and in the truck. Pulling up to the boat, there was a feeling in the air that something was going to happen today. 227 more words

Changes in the wind bringing a southeasterly flow of warmer winds and emerald water, clear enough to spot pods of westerly migrating cobia in the emerald clear waters of the Gulf of Mexico! 38 more words