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Fort Lauderdale Boat Show
Friday November 1 2019 (All day) to Sunday November 3 2019 (All day) Meet Rick and Brie at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show! Autograph session times TBA... Tweet


SEA HUNTER 10-11 SCHEDULE UPDATE STRIPERS STARTING 10-14
I had a nice little vacation but bow its time to go back to work! We had a pretty good NE blow this week along with a full moon coming up on Saturday the 12th that sounds like Striper time to me. We will start Striper fishing on Columbus day 10-14. W...


Atlantic Highlands bottom fishing October 11
Another day of strong winds and we did not fish. The forecast for tomorrow is for diminishing winds so we plan on fishing. Being that we have not fished since Tuesday we don't know how the fishing will be. We will have to see what will happen. We wi...


Great week in the books with the amazing anglers from Orvis U.K. Scotland- and loads of great rain!
An epic week catching massive King Salmon on the Muskegon with some nice browns and steelhead from other rivers:P.M./White etc. Thank you Graeme Ferguson and John Hood from Orvis U.K. -Edinburgh Scotland and his band of great fly fishing competition...


THE MOST PERFECT BROWN TROUT!- SIMPLY SALMO TRUTTA MAGNIFICENCE
( Master Muskegon River guide associate and friend: Jon Fortuna one of the fishy-est dudes I know with THE most perfect brownie I have ever seen!- a true massive congrats Jon! ) In case you haven't noticed I'm passionately o...


Oct 6 Fishing Report
My Joyce IIIMontauk NYWe had some great bottom fishing today for my buddy Herman and family. Loads of jumbos and large sea bass to 5lbs easily keeping there limit. We also had plenty of schoolie bass with a few keepers in the mix. Lots of rod bending...


The bite continues!
Fishing Report 10/6/19....


First Snapper of the season on the tallyboard!
The post First Snapper of the season on the tallyboard! appeared first on Rip Charters: Fishing Charters. This last Sunday 29th September saw us bagging our first Snapper of the season down at Barwon Heads on Big Blue with skipper Phil at the helm....


Sports Fishing Off Shore Fort Lauderdale Topshotfishing Sports Fishing Off Shore Fort Lauderdale Topshotfishing
Ester and Bodan chartered the Top Shot Sportfishing charter boat team for a private deep sea charter boat sport fishing trip in Fort Lauderdale, FL aboard the Happy Day Today. As they boarded the boat, they were greeted by Captain Zsak and mate, Dave...


Bitterroot Fishing Report – 10/8
Its been mahogany heaven lately on The Bitterroot and some spectacular fish have been making it into our nets. Size 12 and 14 mahogany cripples have been the ticket. D&D cripples last chance cripples and kingfisher cripples have been … Continue rea...


Clark Fork Fishing Report – 10/8
Streamers are still rockin’ it on the upper river and the dryfly action has been solid during the heat of the day. The hatches have gotten a bit more consistent too and when the bugs are out the fish … Continue reading →


Rock Creek Fishing Report – 10/8
The weatherman says that today will be chilly but it’s hard to know what to believe anymore. Just know that regardless of the weather Rock Creek is fishing quite well and is worth your time this fall. Streamer fishing has … Continue reading →
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Delaware River Report / Conditions October 11 2019
The release from Cannonsville has been dropped to 467 cfs.  We’re not sure how long the current release will last.  Ther...


THE MOST PERFECT BROWN TROUT!- SIMPLY SALMO TRUTTA MAGNIFICENCE
( Master Muskegon River guide associate and friend: Jon Fortuna one of the fishy-est dudes I k...


Great week in the books with the amazing anglers from Orvis U.K. Scotland- and loads of great rain!
An epic week catching massive King Salmon on the Muskegon with some nice browns and steelhead from other rivers:P.M./Wh...


October 15 fishing report
We’ve had big changes here on Lake Taneycomo the last few days.  We’ve gone from a constant flow of about 2 000 cubic f...