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Most people are totally unaware that a wonderful secret is hidden behind the ball park on State Road 776 in Port Charlotte. Venice Area Birdin…

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In the course of doing seminars, chatting at the tackle shops and spending time with clients on the water, I spend a lot of time talking with …

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For a couple years now, my editor has been suggesting I do a column about mackerel. Last week’s Radio WaterLine show was almost all about mack…

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Perhaps you thought it was a skinny dandelion. Its little bright yellow flowers are growing around your house or in your lawn if you’ve put of…

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Today is the day: We finally get the backyard measured for a car port that we can keep the new bass boat and the RV under. I’ve been wanting t…

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The natural world is full of cycles. Not unicycles or bicycles or tricycles — cycles as in patterns that repeat over and over.

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Traveling and exploring new places is an adventure — but adventures always come with unforeseen risks. Whether traveling alone or with childre…

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From the outside, it might seem like fishing guides are just raking in the dough. With the average inshore charter running $350 to $400 for fo…

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Ollie’s Pond Park is a small but treasured birding site off Wintergarden Avenue in Charlotte County. The park is about 40 acres and features a…

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Shrimp are on the bottom of the food chain — everything eats shrimp. I love shrimp and eat them all the time, and so do all of our gamefish. T…

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If you read the fishing reports, you’ve probably noticed that a lot of them mention fishing with soft plastics. If you’ve never used them befo…

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Here at WaterLine, we have a long history of advising you, the angling public, when there are new regulations that will affect your fishing. O…

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Opinions on food are very subjective and are the subject of much debate. Some of us relish a pink-centered ribeye steak. Others shudder at the…

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In last week’s column, I got started with a question-and-answer session that covers a lot of the things people ask every day in the tackle sho…

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Last Saturday morning I was listening to Radio WaterLine and the boys were talking about all the snappers that were being caught. I thought I’…

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Like many of you folks, I have been around firearms most of my life. My early life was almost idyllic as far as I was concerned, almost like T…

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Our weather is changing. There may be more cool spells ahead, but this week has been warm and humid. I’ve already observed white pelicans migr…

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At its February meeting in Gainesville this week, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) set the popular and economically…

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In case you missed the ridiculously commercialized attempt to lure your hard-earned dollars into the pockets of jewelry stores or candy and fl…

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I’ve been working at the tackle shop for 20 years now. In that time, I’ve been asked tens of thousands of fishing questions. I always take the…

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One of the easiest and most productive ways to fish an area in a kayak is by drifting with the wind, tides or currents. Since paddling and cas…

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