One of our most informative shows with Captain Rick Grassett from Sarasota, Florida. He fishes nearshore and inshore in the late fall and catches several species that are great fun and tackle busters. Allen and Rick discuss the fun of catching ‘trash’ fish; and about Rick’s recent tournament which helped raise funds for Mangrove Coast Fly Fishers and CCA.
Most important are Captain Rick’s methods of using and rigging DOA jigs and plastics as well as the Rapala Skitterwalk. And also, the secret fly-Grasset’s Snook Minnow:
Grassetts Snook Minnow
Captain Keiland raps up the show with new gear reviews from Rail Riders and Rhodan trolling motors.
Did you know that you don’t have to go offshore to catch Florida’s famous Grouper. Even a small flat bottom boat will do the job in the winter. This show is load with info on inshore grouper fishing during the winter months. Captain Blake Smith has been catching and eating a lot of Grouper for the last few weeks. He uses a couple of techniques including live Pinfish and Grunts, and also trolling Rapala plugs. Rigging your gear for big fish is important because occasionally you’ll catch a true Goliath!
Join Capt Blake for some summertime action on the water of Tampa Bay, Chasing Redfish for a tournament with Captain Granger Haranamis. Tips for working your artificials and “matching the hatch.” Because of the warm summer water, some of the tips are particularly helpful.
Installment Two of Awesome Fishing Radio’s series on Snook fishing.
If you like snook fishing, Captain Tom Van Horn shares insight into catching snook on the Beach. Tom is owner of the Orlando Edition of Coastal Angler Magazine, and professional guide in the Indian River Lagoon and nearshore around Canaveral Inlet and Sebastian Inlet. Long time friend of Awesome Fishing Radio. This show covers a lot of material and is one of our best! Here’s what is inside this edition of Awesome Fishing Radio
Fall brings the mullet run-how this impacts our fishing.