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Editors Blog: July 2016

Welcome to the July 2016 edition of Florida Shore Fishing Editors Blog.  In this blog entry I am going to write about whats new here at and a brief preview of whats coming in the near future, but first, a quick story about one of my recent fishing trips. Sunglow Pier – July 10th July […]Read More »

Editors Blog: Welcome to 2016 would like to welcome our readers to 2016. In this, our second edition of the Editors Blog, I will be giving a look back at the year that was 2015 here and and what is upcoming in 2016. The Year That Was Here are some of our highlights from 2015. Most Popular Content […]Read More »

Editors Blog: 10/26/2015

Welcome to the first edition of’s Editors Blog. This blog will is intended to be a monthly update from the editor on what is new, what is coming soon and any thing else related to Whats New Online Magazine Format Our loyal readers may have noticed over the past few months we have […]Read More »

Wanted: Bait and Tackle Listings is looking to expand its Bait and Tackle List.  If you are an owner/employee of a bait and tackle shop, or simply know of one that you think should be on our list, please Contact Us (click here) Please include the following: Name of shop Location (address) Phone Number Any other information you would […]Read More »

Live Bait vs. Lure Fishing

This is an editorial blog post by our editor Dan Hagan. One of the longest running debates among anglers is whether to use live bait or lures.  The debate focuses on two points, the effectiveness and the enjoyability of both techniques.  After many years of fishing from Florida’s Shores, I can say with great conviction […]Read More »

Live blogging: 5/15/2014

Welcome to the live blog! I arrived at Sunglow Pier at 6:15 am. Seas are 2-4 feet with a heavy north current. Using live shrimp and mud minnows for bait! 6:30am: Bait in the water! 7:00am: 1/2 hour fight with a 5′ hammerhead shark! Got him to the pier and cut him off! Good fight! […]Read More »

The Summer Heat is Here

I woke up this morning with a plan to spend most of the day fishing Florida’s shores.  Here is the plan I laid out for the day: Arrive at Dunlawton Flat Bridge 2 hours before sunrise to fish for trout/snook/flounder At sunrise move to Sunglow Pier for breakfast while fishing 1 hour before slack tide […]Read More »

Flattie Fishing

One of my favorite fish to eat is the Flounder. They have a light, flaky, subtly flavored meat that works well with any recipe calling for white meat fish. Another bonus is they are abundant during the warmer months around Florida’s Shores. Today I decided I would go on a hunt for some dinner. I […]Read More »

Just one of those days!

I set out this morning with the intentions of catching a few Redfish and Trout in the Thousand Islands area of Coca Beach. I arrived at my “secret” spot around sun rise and started throwing an assortment of Gulp Alive lures in hopes of accomplishing my goal. After a few hours of failing to do so, […]Read More »

Sheepshead - My love hate relationship!

I have been fishing Florida’s Shores for over 25 years now.  I have learned many things,  and have many things yet to learn.  I have developed techniques and found fish that I love to catch.  But there is one fish that I have grown to “Love to Hate” The Sheepshead! The Sheepshead is one of […]Read More »