THE GREAT OUTDOORS

Winter Wahoo

By Nathan & Ted Miller The winter migration of wahoo is in full swing off our First Coast in the month of February. Anglers from around the country come to fish our waters as we have some of the best wahoo action around. Beginning around 120 feet of water out to the ledge, large schools […]

Art of kite fishing a new technique

Art of kite fishing a new technique

By Nathan and Ted Miller   The month of January brings heavy winds offshore. It also brings great species of sport fish to our area. The technique in targeting these pelagics off the First Coast generally consists of trolling multiple baits at a time (artificial, natural, or both) usually between 4 – 6 knots slow […]

Resolve to spend (more) time with kids outdoors

Resolve to spend (more) time with kids outdoors

As 2013 comes to an end, now is the time that many look back and reflect on what a great year it has been. It is also a time when many make renewed commitments for the upcoming 2014 year. For some, personal fitness may be an area that needs to be focused on. For others, […]

Jacksonville’s Cast and Blast

By Nathan & Ted Miller The Cast Inshore fishing can be fantastic this time of year. Coming off the heels of the Coastal Conservation Association Committee (CCA) and The Creek Wars inshore fishing tournaments last month, many anglers will continue their pursuit of the “inshore slam” – trout, flounder and red fish – as the […]

Inshore Habitat Project

Inshore Habitat Project

By Nathan & Ted Miller Anglers who spend time looking at depth monitors while running around the ocean understand that subtle to drastic changes in depths and structure along the bottom are great places to target. These areas attract and host a large variety of marine life. And in turn provides structure and food for […]

Flood tides bring redfish for stealthy fishing

Flood tides bring redfish for stealthy fishing

By Nathan & Ted Miller With the Jaguar’s regular season and college football kicking off, September marks a great time of the year to be in Northeast Florida. Air temperatures should begin to cool slightly. Football fans make their way to their favorite college town on Saturdays, or tailgating along the north bank of Jacksonville […]

Last minute scallop trip fun for whole family

By Nathan & Ted Miller Looking for a last minute family trip before the summer ends and kids go back to school? Why not take a day and head to the Big Bend region of Florida to do some scalloping? There are many coastal communities in this region that offer great scalloping, and all are […]

Junior anglers take first place in tournament

Avondale resident Katie Cofran (12) and Quinn Miller (12) of Ortega took first place in the Islamorada Fishing Club Youth Angler Dolphin Tournament on Sunday, July 7. With six-foot seas, fishing conditions were very tough, but they managed to get out and get it done. They fished with Captain Shannon Attales, owner of a 33’ […]

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