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Florida West Coast Fishing Report, September 2014

  • Ryan Harrington

I am a proud Evinrude Ambassador and Pro Staff member and will be doing monthly fishing reports. I mainly fish in Tampa Bay, FL but also frequently fish in the Keys, Palm Beach, the Bahamas, Costa Rica and Boca Grande. I will be providing fishing reports and forecasts, please feel free to contact me if you would like personal tips… More

Technical Tidbits: Grand-Prix of the Sea

  • Bill Grannis

Historically off-shore boat racing was for well-to-do hobbyists looking for trophies and bragging rights. Normally the boats were not even visible to the spectators on shore except for the start and the finish which occasionally were located in different geographical areas. More often than not the owner with the biggest wallet — who could afford the best equipment and crew… More

Evinrude at the 2013 Herman Lucerne Memorial Tournament – Recap

  • E-NATION

Evinrude is proud to have been a sponsor of the 2013 Herman Lucerne Memorial Backcountry Fishing Championship in Islamorada, FL. The event features all levels of anglers (guided and unguided) fishing for seven species of fish throughout the Florida Keys and Everglades.   All the proceeds of the event go directly toward protecting Everglades National Park.   Watch this video… More

Fly Fishing HOF Inductee Stu Apte

  • E-NATION

As he’s inducted into the Fly Fishing Hall of Fame, Stu Apte will be remembered for the innovations he developed and the 44 records he collected during his years of leaning on a push pole as a guide on the flats of the Florida Keys. Those developments include the Apte Tarpon Fly patterns (one of which was featured on a… More

Stu Apte and The One that got away

  • E-NATION

When you ask a legendary fisherman for his best fish story, you expect a legendary answer. E-NATION asked 2005 IGFA Hall of Fame inductee and upcoming Fly Fishing Hall of Fame inductee Stu Apte to tell us about the one that got away. His response did not disappoint.   * * * * * * * * * * *… More