We are so fortunate to be living in this sub-tropical paradise of South Florida surrounded by the pristine waters of the Everglades National Park which provides 1,000’s of acres of fishing grounds from Lake Okeechobee to the Florida Keys, encompassing fresh, brackish and salt water. From Port Everglades Inlet to the Atlantic Ocean, Biscayne Bay, the Florida Keys, Florida Bay, the Gulf of Mexico and all the backcountry waters, starting from Flamingo to Chokoloskee, we have bountiful fishing grounds. These waters are all within a two-hour drive where a fresh-water bass can be caught in the morning and a 7-foot sailfish can be released in the afternoon. Exciting, isn’t it? Wouldn’t you like to learn? Well, I’ve done it and I would like to teach you how!
I fell in love with deep-sea fishing all through the 1970’s and into the 1990’s when searching the ocean for Dolphin (Mahi-Mahi), Black Fin Tuna, Wahoo and Billfish. It took years of understanding the feeding habits of what fish like to eat and when they are most likely to feed. I also learned how the changing barometer, moon phases, incoming and outgoing tides, direction of the wind became important factors in CATCHING MORE FISH!
Because of South Florida’s occasionally unpredictable weather patterns of strong winds that cause rough seas, I discovered that as an alternative I could enjoy more days fishing calmer waters of the flats, bays and backcountry. Being a professional guide and a licensed United States Coast Guard Captain, I have had the privilege of guiding hundreds of clients, friends and family, including children from ages 4 to 16. Therefore, by sharing my 40+ years of fishing experience in South Florida with you, I would like all my readers to learn how to CATCH MORE FISH!
A perfect opportunity for you to reap the benefits of my vast knowledge of fishing techniques would be to plan on attending the seminars I will be holding at the SPRING FISHING CLASSIC starting February 25 through March 13, 2011. Be sure to check Captain Brian’s schedule at www.basspro.com/classic and click on Dania Beach, Florida to bring up the Event’s Calendar.Categories: Captain Brian's Blog
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