What a week of fishing with big numbers, we have been catching 2 at a time with the same bait. Bass Fishing Lake Okeechobee has been fantastic with summer full of surprises. I sure enjoyed all the folk’s this week, this time of year is some of best action of the year using top water […]

We fished February 8, with Mike Power from Darden Restaurants, Inc in Orlando, Florida. This was there first experience at fishing the big Lake Toho and by the pictures a very good one. It started off a great work week for them, Mike caught a 9lb and 9.5lb not a bad for a Monday morning. […]

National Fishing & Boating Week begins June 6! Hey, it’s me Gil Blue – your native guide to fishing and boating. What? You never talked to a fish before? Well listen up, because you’re not going to want to miss this. National Fishing & Boating Week is coming up. And I’ve got the five best […]

Scott Maxwell | TAKING NAMES (Orlando Sentinel) March 29, 2009 The campaign being waged by the St. Johns River Water Management District is quite simple: “Do your part to save water.” Unfortunately, the district itself doesn’t seem interested in following its own advice. Next week, St. Johns will go before a judge and fight — […]

In a surprise move environmentalists call “breathtaking,” U.S. Sugar Corp. plans to announce today a deal to sell the state 187,000 acres in the Everglades for $1.75-billion. If approved, it would be the largest conservation purchase the state has ever made, helping restore the ecosystem’s natural flow and providing a quantum leap to the effort […]

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission recognized an artist, a prosecutor and an elementary school on Wednesday to open its meeting in Dania Beach. For his diligent and hard work enforcing laws that protect Florida fish and wildlife resources, the FWC presented Monroe County Assistant State Attorney Patrick McCullah with the FWC’s “outstanding prosecutor […]

By Leonard Doyle – Saturday, 7 June 2008 John McCain rode an airboat across the fragile and imperiled Florida Everglades yesterday to underscore his credentials as a conservationist, albeit of a uniquely Republican variety. In the manner of his heroes, the bear-hunting President Teddy Roosevelt and the adventurer-author Ernest Hemingway, the Republican candidate presents himself […]