The Online Fisherman
  • Best Photos of the Week!

    Check out the Top Photos submitted last week. Send your photos in!

  • Catching Baby Tarpon

    Tarpon season is heating up!

  • Weekly Red Tide Report

    The Florida red tide organism, Karenia brevis, persists along Pinellas, Sarasota, and Charlotte counties in Southwest Florida. Read the full report by the FWC...

  • How to Catch Mangrove Snapper - Tips & Tricks

    Mangrove snapper aka Gray snapper, is one of the finest-tasting fish in the near-shore and estuarine waters, and is easy to catch if you know how.

  • Teenager Catches State Record Flathead Catfish

    Charles Patchen from Alabama caught a 63.8 pound flathead catfish on the Chattahoochee River in Jackson County.

  • FWC Weekly Report

    FWC Weekly Report for May 05 thru May 12, 2016. This report represents some events the FWC handled over the past week.

  • A Whopping 8,089 Lionfish Removed off Pensacola

    State size record broken during second Lionfish Day.

  • Snook Hooks

    The right hook for the right situation in Snook fishing.

  • The Champ

    Florida is the undisputed, heavyweight fishing champion of the world.

  • Folly River Excitement

    The catch of a lifetime: rod $150, reel $225, a 33-incher on an awesome day fishing with my best friend...priceless.

  • Lake Okeechobee Discharges

    Preserving the Everglades and other fragile ecosystems will require cooperation between government, big business, and residents.

  • How to Select the Best Spinnerbait for Bass Fishing

    A spinnerbait is probably one of the least eye appealing baits in your tackle box, however they can be the deadliest baits in your arsenal.

  • Catching Red Grouper in Florida

    It is possible to catch big offshore fish close to shore in Tampa Bay.

  • Fishing with the Future

    With so many children today spending their free time on computers rather than be outdoors, we need more fishing events for kids.

  • Top 10 Tips for Catching Peacock Bass

    These Top 10 Tips will increase your odds when you get into the extensive southern Florida canal system the Peacock Bass now call home.

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