2009 Year in Review

What a great year!  A very heartfelt thanks to all of our clients, sponsors and friends… 2009 was a special year because of you.  We’re looking forward to spending more time on the water with you in 2010… may it be our best year yet!  Click the link below for the 2009 Year in Review … [Read more…]

Big Grins and Raw Thumbs

     If you can find a current rip in Whitewater or surrounding bays, you will find fish… fishing current rips is a very effective way of targeting gamefish without having to work miles of shorelines.  Snook, Redfish, Trout, Tarpon and Grouper regularly use areas with current rips as food supply stations and when conditions are … [Read more…]


     What makes a good angler?… Versatility. In South Florida there are no constants, except that conditions constantly change. I cannot remember a day in the last two weeks when the wind direction didn’t change at least once or when tidal flow didn’t vary from the chart prediction. Fishing in paradise has it’s price… It’s … [Read more…]

Stealthy Beginnings

    No matter how you shake it, stealth is key for catching more fish.  While the methods of being stealthy vary for different types of fishing and different types of skiffs, the end result is the same… if you want to catch more fish, they simply can’t know you are there.  Every boat and every … [Read more…]

Shallow Water Monsters

  With water levels back to normal and a healthy dose of good weather, the fishing in Flamingo has been off the charts… lots of Tarpon all sizes, schooling Redfish and hoards of sub slot Snook. Although we managed a few big Snook this week, most of the big girls know when the season is … [Read more…]

High Water Bite

If you’ve spent any time on the water recently you are likely wondering the same as most of us… Where did all this water come from? Certainly, high water is not generally ideal for sight fishing, but how often do you have perfect conditions anyway? In the Park it led to fewer boats on the … [Read more…]

Mullet Run!

I am happy to announce that I will be teaming up with Capt. Jeff “Lunkerdog” Maggio of www.Lunkerdog.com for a video series documenting the Mullet Run from Sebastian to Flamingo this year.  The finger mullet have already started showing up, so the big mullet will be here soon!  You can read daily updates on Capt. … [Read more…]

Herman Lucerne Memorial Tournament

Have you ever wanted to experience the rush of tournament day?  This is your opportunity to do it for an excellent cause and with a proven tournament competitor at the helm.  Capt. Benny is offering a complete package for the Herman Lucerne Memorial Tournament this year… $2,000 covers entry fees (and all tournament benefits, including … [Read more…]