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by Ron Presley

eBook Fishing Secrets from Florida's East Coast (Wild Florida) epub
  • ISBN: 0813039754
  • Author: Ron Presley
  • Genre: Travel
  • Subcategory: United States
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University Press of Florida (March 25, 2012)
  • Pages: 375 pages
  • ePUB size: 1613 kb
  • FB2 size 1605 kb
  • Formats lit mbr doc rtf


If you’re traveling to Florida’s East Coast to fish, this book . A close second in terms of enjoyment, and far more affordable, is reading Fishing Secrets from Florida's East Coast by Ron Presley, a Florida guide and boat captain.

If you’re traveling to Florida’s East Coast to fish, this book will give you a good starting point for inshore and offshore gamefish. Florida is famous for big catches: Atlantic sailfish at 116 pounds 10 ounces, Mako shark at 911 pounds 12 ounces, and goliath grouper at 680 pounds. It's a great read for those cold winter days in the Midwest and Northeast.

Start by marking Fishing Secrets from Florida's East Coast as Want to Read .

Start by marking Fishing Secrets from Florida's East Coast as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Astoundingly, all of these record-setting fish were caught on conventional tackle in the waters off Florida’s East Coast.

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Florida's the place for you. This in-depth article covers 10 spots with the best fishing in Florida. In fact, the inshore fishing around Miami is some of the best on the entire east coast of Florida. The Biscayne Bay has excellent fly fishing opportunities, with numerous flats hiding Permit, Bonefish, and even more Tarpon. It’s a real treat by all counts.

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Looking for the perfect beach in Florida? Take this quick trip around the Sunshine State to find the most gorgeous . This hidden island retreat offers luxury condominiums, award-winning Florida east coast beaches and an abundance of peace and quiet.

Looking for the perfect beach in Florida? Take this quick trip around the Sunshine State to find the most gorgeous beaches on the east coast and Gulf. Nearby Pensacola Beach, which occupies part of Santa Rosa Island, has two lively beach parks – Casino Beach and Quietwater Beach. The Pensacola Beach Fishing Pier extends across emerald water and offers breathtaking views of the shoreline and sunsets.

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This stretch of Florida's Atlantic coast and the adjacent Indian River .

This stretch of Florida's Atlantic coast and the adjacent Indian River Lagoon system offers world class angling for redfish, black drum, spotted seatrout, tripletail, and more. In addition, snook, tarpon, cobia, Spanish and king mackerel, little tunny, jack crevalle, bluefish, barracuda, sharks, and many other species can be found in these waters at various times of the year. Do you know how to catch them? This book will make you a better fisherman. This book is your constant reference on how, when, and where to fish along Florida's Space Coast.

Local experts reveal the best locations and the best techniques

 

“Ron Presley’s book is as rewarding as a double hook-up: It provides valuable trip-planning suggestions that only local insiders can know, and it specifies the best tides, conditions, lures, baits, and techniques to land everything from sheepshead to sailfish just about anywhere on Florida’s East Coast.”—Doug Kelly, author of Florida’s Fishing Legends and Pioneers

 

“Provides solid source information for anglers of all abilities. If you’re traveling to Florida’s East Coast to fish, this book will give you a good starting point for inshore and offshore gamefish.”—Mike Holliday, USCG-licensed fishing guide and former editor, Florida Sportsman

 

Florida is famous for big catches: Atlantic sailfish at 116 pounds 10 ounces, Mako shark at 911 pounds 12 ounces, and goliath grouper at 680 pounds. Even light-tackle fish grow to enormous sizes: bonefish at 15 pounds 12 ounces, spotted seatrout at 17 pounds 7 ounces, and redfish at 52 pounds 5 ounces. Astoundingly, all of these record-setting fish were caught on conventional tackle in the waters off Florida’s East Coast.

Plenty more record fish are swimming the waters between the Georgia–Florida border and Biscayne Bay. Fishing these areas is what this book is all about.

            Author and experienced fishing guide Ron Presley offers practical information to anglers of all skill levels and interests in this clear, concise guide. He provides the essential information anglers need both to have a successful excursion and to protect the fishing resource for future generations. Also featuring valuable contributions from 28 local guides and experts—all discussing the communities and waters they know best—this comprehensive book presents an impressive array of tips and techniques.

            Whether you are interested in fishing inshore or offshore, this book is perfect for any angler looking to up the odds of landing fish on Florida’s East Coast!

 

Comments: (7)
Shou
Love this book! Planning on doing some fishing in Florida and this book breaks down every region: What's there, what to use, how to use it, how deep, what time of year, what time of day....and on and on. I feel like a pro now! We'll see how I do.
Winawel
for the grand kids, they loved them.
Steelrunner
This is a great book if you plan to fish FL saltwater. Don't overlook the sections where you don't plan to fish. They contain valuable information on techniques that work everywhere.
Global Progression
Great advice from the experts from Captain Bouncer Smith to Captain Tom Van Horn. Ron Presley must've spent years gathering all this information. Buy this book and you'll save money and catch more fish.
Rgia
Still learning the southern waters.
Keath
A good book with lots of great tips for not only fishing in different areas of Florida, but extra info on local bait & tackle shops and places to eat.
BORZOTA
DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THE BOOK. It is chock full of things you learned by 5 yrs old and there are no "secrets"
Having the time and money to fish Florida's East Coast from Jacksonville to Miami would be a dream come true for most any angler.
A close second in terms of enjoyment, and far more affordable, is reading Fishing Secrets from Florida's East Coast by Ron Presley, a Florida guide and boat captain.

It's a great read for those cold winter days in the Midwest and Northeast.

But it's also a wonderful travel guide and angling road map for those who actually want to fish any or all of the 350-mile coast. Even if you are a Florida resident who already thinks that he knows all he needs to about fishing these coastal waters, I'm confident that you'll learn something new and helpful from this book.

The book is organized geographically, starting with "Florida's First Coast," from Jacksonville to Daytona and New Smyrna Beach. The Space Coast, Treasure Coast, and Gold Coast follow.

Presley provides a little history about each stop that you make with him along the way south, as well as general information about the fishery. Then he delves into specific locations, techniques, and species for that location. You'll learn to catch everything from flounder and seatrout to swordfish and tarpon. And, along with helpful information about more traditional techniques, you'll learn how to take redfish and snook on the fly and wahoo under a kite.

Finally, Presley includes specifics on area hotpsots, as well as lodging, restaurant, and tackle shop recommendations.
As an ardent conservationist myself, his occasional "Fishing Lessons for Life" are among my favorite parts of the book. They include insights into fishing with kids, caring for fish, and respect for the resource.
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