Saltwater

News, tips, videos and more from the wide world of saltwater fishing, saltwater fly fishing, offshore saltwater fishing, inshore saltwater fishing and more!

It is quite hard to imagine what these fishermen were thinking while fighting these in these massive sharks. Sometimes the catch was unintentional, other times it was on purpose, but this is without a doubt the most insane level of fishing one can achieve in terms of fight. These fishermen were up against true sea mons…

The waters off the Costa Rica-Panama border on the Caribbean Sea side are a fantastic location for catching monster tarpon on the fly. I recently tapped into this adventure with my dad and our friend, saltwater fly fishing expert Captain Mark Martin, at his Tarponville lodge. Located on the dense rainforest shores of M…

Now that the kids are out of school, the weather is nice and the fish are hungry, here are three things you need to be doing outside in the month of June. STRIPER FISHING Striped bass, also known as Morone saxatilis, stripers, rockfish and linesiders, are native to the Atlantic coastline of North America from the St. L…

NOAA Fisheries approved Amendment 28 to the Fishery Management Plan for the Reef Fish Resources of the Gulf of Mexico (Amendment 28) submitted by the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council (Council). A final rule implementing these measures will publish in the Federal Register on April 28, 2016, with an effective da…

Very little is known about the Atlantic tarpon (Megalops atlanticus). Their life cycle, migrations and habits are still mostly a mystery. But when they show up in the inshore waters, bays and estuaries of Florida’s extensive coastline, tarpon bring in tens of thousands of anglers, of all different persuasions, looking…

Want to see what it’s like to swallowed whole by a tarpon? Robbie’s Marina on Islamorada in the Florida Keys is an institution, and hand-feeding 100-pound tarpon is definitely something you have to experience at least once in your life. Go ahead and capture the whole thing on video while you’re at it, just don’t let on…

Now that the robins are back and the dogwood trees are in the bloom, it’s time to shake off the winter rust and plunge headlong into the outdoors. Seriously, it’s gorgeous outside; go for it! SPRING SAND BASS FISHING Hang around the marina for any length of time and you’re bound to hear it said, “when the redbuds are b…

After heavy rainfall from El Nino during what is normally the dry season in the south Florida, the Army Corps of Engineers elected to release billions of gallons of Lake Okeechobee water into the St. Lucie Canal (flowing east into the Atlantic Ocean) and the Caloosahatchee River (flowing west into the Gulf of Mexico),…

Phones and technology are now as much a part of life as breathing. They just are. We all have it and we all use it; you’re using it to read this right now. Heck, we use technology to send people on awesome adventures. But sometimes it’s good to take a break and turn off the phone. Especially if you’re getting into some…

Join the C1Films crew as they head down to Louisiana for some epic redfish action. These fish are angry! Countless topwater bites right beside the boat.