This is the instant and lasting SolFlaps sun protecter. It has UPF 50+ shade protection for your ears and neck. It is lightweight moisture wicking sportek fabric, and made in the USA. Simply place a SolFlap on your head, and then cover with your favorite hat or visor. You can purchase the SolFlaps, in several different colors. I prefer the white color because of my Florida location, the sun will
If you need a good soap to clean your hands with after a good day of fishing, then this is the soap to get. It's called "Thee Fisherman's Soap". This works great to eliminate fish, sunscreen, bug repellant, bait attractants, onion, garlic, catfish bait, shad, boiled seafood, crayfish, menhaden, Mackerel, shrimp, chum, gas, skunk, and cigarette odors, cleans livewells, baitwells, coolers, in the
This is the Berkley Gulp Saltwater 3" Moulting Shrimp. I have worked this bait in both green murky water or brackish water. The best jig head to use is the D.O.A. C.A.L short shank color white or chartruse head. When using jig heads. (If I'm going shallow), I use a 1/4oz. jig head. If I'm going deep, I use a 3/8oz. jig head. If I'm going into a deep and strong current, I use from 1/2oz. to 1oz.
This is the Berkley Gulp Saltwater 5" Jerk Shad Sardine. I have worked this bait in both green murky water or brackish water. The best jig head to use is the D.O.A. C.A.L. short shank color white. If I'm going shallow, I use a 1/4oz. jig head, If I'm going deep I use a 3/8oz. jig head. If I'm going into a deep and strong current, I use from 1/2oz. to 1oz. jig head. The presentation using this
Lady Fish are easy to catch, and they do give a good fight. You can catch this fish manly any time of the day. You can catch these Lady Fish off a pier, or right along the surf. I caught these fish at Sharky's Pier in Venice FL, or Thom's Adam Bridge in Englewood FL. The best three ways to catch this fish is to use GOT-CHA lures, D.O.A. C.A.L. jerk baits or use live shrimp. The color of the
I have been fishing since I was a child. Salt water is great. You never know what you can catch. There are a lot of different species available. So look for me on the web site, and I will let you know what works best down here in South West Florida.