In Tune With Tuna

“Tuna fishing the Gulf of Mexico at night doesn’t get any better than this…” Two hours of “chunking” for tuna proved fruitless that evening on the Midnight Lump, as the sun relentlessly glared down on us. What added to the aggravation were the long sunburned faces that wondered if fresh tuna would ever line their … Read more

Lake Michigan Lure Set Ups

I would like to help you define when to use spoons, crankbaits, flasher flies, dodger flies, squids and a variety of other lures. The way I decide what to use is determined by many variables. Let’s look at each of them separately. What we are looking for is the right color, size and lure action … Read more

GPS Wreck Locations

NAME LAT/LONG Depth Block Miles to Pass Heading from Pass Date Comments 8 Pilings N 29 29.36 W 089 23.54 Angel Reef N 28 03.20 W 093 18.517 310 WC-616 Angel Reef N 28 03.467 W 093 19.07 305 WC-616 Angel Reef N 28 03.017 W 093 19.00 308 WC-616 Angel Reef N 28 02.833 … Read more

Robin Hood of The Marsh – Bow Fishing At Night

Move over Robin Hood, Alan Yedor is in the marsh. All you anglers out there, put away all those fancy rods and reels, tackle boxes, and lures and experience a different challenge in the fishing world. That’s right, fishing for reds, flounder, sheepshead, alligatior gar and, more with only the use of a bow and … Read more

Offshore Fishing – Inshore Fishing

Fish aboard a brand new 30ft. Boston Whaler Outrage powered by Twin 225 EFI Mercury outboards. Equipped with state of the art electronics and a cell phone. Next, for the ladies, we have a built-in fresh water shower for cleaning off after a day of fishing. Boston Whaler is a safe boat and “unsinkable legend”. Customers are … Read more

Fall Transition Bass – Where Do Bass Go?

When Mother Nature takes her brush and paints the leaves on our trees orange, yellow and brown. When Friday night and Saturday afternoons are spent cheering on your favorite high school or college football team. When the air temp gets a little cooler at night and not nearly as high at mid-day. When the water … Read more

Learn to Read the Beach

The ability to Read the Beach is a skill that takes a lifetime to perfect. It is however a necessary skill to acquire as it effectively informs us where to place our bait and increases our chances of catching a fish. The ability to read the beach allows us to identify sloughs, highways, gutters and … Read more

Port Sulphur Louisiana

Excitement was building as I contacted Alex Rogers, a professional fishing guide out of Port Sulphur, Louisiana – and one who has been very much acquainted with the inside scoop of the goings-on of the area for some 25 years. “The trout, Jerry, are thick as grass on the ground in the surf,” he said … Read more

Gigging Light and Cooler

First the light: Made with a high-beam automotive headlight, 4″ PVC, and 1″ PVC handle.  Not very heavy…not too much battery draw.  See bottom of page for materials and directions for construction. Now the cooler. This thing is TERRIFIC for holding the battery (full size auto battery), a case of beer, and your spoils from … Read more