THE GREAT OUTDOORS

Creating memories on the Bahamian waters

Creating memories on the Bahamian waters

By Nathan & Ted Miller With summer here, and family vacations in full swing, I wanted to share a summer vacation our family recently took. Many months ago, we began planning this trip with my wife’s parents and brothers and all the nieces and nephews and cousins. It was to be 17 people total, but […]

New Junior Anglers Division at 6th annual Clay Roberts Inshore Slam

New Junior Anglers Division at  6th annual Clay Roberts Inshore Slam

Fast becoming a tradition for the fishing community on Father’s Day weekend, the 6th Annual Clay Roberts Memorial Inshore Slam Fishing Tournament at Beach Marine, 2315 Beach Blvd., is scheduled for June 15. Several hundred people are expected to attend this year’s tournament, making it one of the premier tournaments of the season. “We had […]

Sixth Clay Roberts Memorial Scholarship awarded

In memory of a son, Clay’s Tournament draws others grieving similar losses By Kate A. Hallock Resident Community News A lot of memories are made on the water, mused Gary Roberts, founder of In River Or Ocean. The nonprofit organization, founded in 2007 in memory of his son Clay, promotes Clay’s passion for fishing and […]

Know the tides to enjoy the area’s inlets this summer

Know the tides to enjoy the area’s inlets this summer

By Nathan & Ted Miller Growing up in Jacksonville, I spent a lot of summer days fishing in the ocean. Friends and I would go look for tarpon along the beach. The air temperatures were in the 90s, and the water temperature was not far behind. We would fish until it was just too hot […]

Getting there is half the fun

Getting there is half the fun

By Nathan & Ted Miller Experiencing a boat crossing from the east coast of Florida to the Bahamas can be a lot of fun. There is something magical about a family vacation in a tropical destination, and running the ocean to get there. Over the years I have heard great stories shared by my wife […]

Tips for fishing the finicky cobia

Tips for fishing the finicky cobia

By Nathan & Ted Miller With the vernal equinox, the month of March marks the beginning of spring. Days will become longer and sea surface temperatures will begin to increase as we move away from the colder winter months. March offers great offshore action as pelagic species migrate along the edge of the Gulf Stream. […]

Fly Fishing: Principle Number 2

Years ago the Federation of Fly Fishers’ dedicated fly casters set forth five principles for a good fly cast. They determined that many casters would have different styles of casting but in order to make a good cast they all will incorporate these five principles. Last month we covered the first principle, which was to […]

High Speed Trolling

February marks a time when weather patterns can be unpredictable. Low pressure and cold fronts push through, creating wet conditions for several days, followed by high pressure and high winds. These conditions, along with dense fog, are common during this time of the year making it difficult to safely make the long 60+ mile run […]

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