When water temperatures drop, snook and seatrout migrate from skinny-water open flats to deeper holes in creeks and rivers.
Learn tips and tactics for catching some of the most popular game fish.
Why going low is the best way to target big California yellowtail.
Fishing for blackfish has changed. New tools and techniques increase fishing productivity.
Pacific bluefin tuna fishing heats up after the sun goes down.
A broad variety of saltwater game fish awaits anglers of every persuasion, from weekend afternoon snapper and grouper fishermen looking for a tasty dinner, to the most hard-bitten tournament and competitive anglers on blue water or tidal flats.
Seaworthy offshore boats take their choice among billfish, tuna, kingfish, or dolphin, but have no edge on fun and excitement over the inshore game fish angler hunting the shorelines and inshore waters for redfish, snook, tarpon, or flounder. Saltwater fishing may be simple and economical or time and money intensive, but the challenge and the lure remains the same for anglers at all levels of expertise and commitment.