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Dear Reader, Fishing magazines are not really that common, but Coastal Angler Magazine and its interior freshwater publication, The Angler Magazine, are changing the landscape of the publishing industry. Today, these localized fishing magazines are available for the marine enthusiast throughout the continental U.S and Costa Rica. These publications are distinctly different, but all provide great information for anyone interested in the pursuit of fishing. Coastal Angler and The Angler’s franchise publishing system have produced a field of co-publishers united in their mission of giving the best local fishing information possible. By working with the local fishing guides and charter captains, these co-publishers have their fingers on the pulse of what’s happening across the different fishing areas every month – month in, month out. If your plans have you traveling to a new area this summer, check out www.coastalanglermag.com and review the same quality of fishing information, that you are used to reading in your area, from any area in the magazine’s current footprint. Want more information about joining Coastal Angler or The Angler Magazine’s team of local fishing magazine publishers? Just give us a call. We are interested in expanding throughout the U.S. and abroad. For more information, call 321.777.2773, email info@ coastalanglermagazine.com or visit franchise.coastalanglermag. com.

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Oakley’s new Prizm lens collection finetunes vision for different sports and environments. They’ve created the perfect lenses for several outdoor endeavors, and

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WWW.MAKOEYEWEAR.COM COSTA CAPE Costa’s new Cape style is an extra-large frame that offers massive lenses and ultra-wide temples to provide the most protection from the sun’s harmful rays. Manufactured from biodegradable resins sourced from reclaimed castor oil, Costa’s new frame withstands the elements of adventure while also providing comfort and wearability. Cape features Costa’s new innovative sweat management system, with ventilation ducting allowing air to flow through the end piece of the frame, which reduces lens fogging. Sweat management temple channels enable airflow from the vents to cool, wick away and drain sweat and moisture through openings on the temple tips. In addition, a thinned out inner bottom eyewire tucks closely into the back surface of the lens, which allows sweat and moisture to drain down the back of the lens and off the frame. The new style also features Costa’s patented 580 lens technology, providing 100 percent UV protection and polarization to give anglers the clearest lenses on the planet. Color-enhancing technology filters out harsh yellow light for superior contrast and definition and absorbs high-energy blue light to cut haze and enhance sharpness. Cape is available in matte black ultra, shiny steel gray metallic, bowfin and matte russet, with lenses in seven lens colors, including Sunrise Silver Mirror and Gray Silver Mirror. The new frame can also be customized with prescription lenses.

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OCEAN WAVES JAX BEACH Ocean Waves Sunglasses, renowned for fishing eyewear, has produced an excellent and versatile pair of fishing glasses with their Jax Beach frame. The Jax Beach comes in tortoise or matte black and has the widest range of size flexibility and wrap to fit anyone’s head. From small to XL head sizes, the Jax Beach provides a great wrap look, excellent coverage, and comfortable fit and feel. The Jax Beach can be paired with any of Ocean Waves’ specialized lens types according to the angler’s personal preference and visual needs. Ocean Waves Sunglasses customizes fit, utilizing two lens curvatures, which can be selected in any of the company’s high-quality mirrored lenses: Offshore Blue (OSB), Backwater Green (BWG), Lunar Silver (LS – ultra dark), or Luminator Purple (LP – light enhancing) as well as non-mirrored Grey and Amber. Piece together the perfect shades to fit your style and needs.

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RIO RAY MALIBU Rio Ray Optics is the best new affordable polarized brand on the market. Designed for the outdoor lifestyle, all Rio Ray sunglasses come with 100-percent optically correct polarized CR39 lenses, frames with indestructible TR90, acetate and memory metal titanium with optical spring hinges for maximum comfort and a hassle-free lifetime warranty. All Rio Ray hard-coated polarized lenses are made of the highest quality CR39 and contain nine layers of protection with 100 percent UV protection. A hydrophobic coating on the front repels water, sunscreen and dirt, which makes cleaning and maintenance easy. A vibrant flash mirror provides additional glare reduction, and a superior scratch resistant coating prevents lens damage. The backside anti-reflective coating eliminates bounce-back glare. Rio Ray MaxFlex frame technology makes these the most comfortable sunglasses on the market, utilizing lightweight TR90 nylon, which maintains frame shape and offers incredible durability. Frames are prescription ready, and each pair comes with a full array of accessories including a hard and soft case and cleaning cloth. The frames here are Rio Ray’s Malibus. Go to their website to see all their stylish models. For dealer inquires, call 800-498-2104 or email jarrod@riorayoptics.com.

American-owned and based in Florida, RCI Optics is producing the most advanced sunglasses, equipped with more features than any other brand. These glasses, manufactured in Italy, are lightweight and incredibly durable, with optics that are crisp and clean with unbeatable polarization. Built for the elite waterman and outdoor enthusiast, RCI’s glasses are in a league of their own. RCI’s Power Plants are made with a Ballista 2.0 frame material that’s virtually bombproof. The Helius 2.2 lens material is six times denser than standard polycarbonate lenses. An ANSI Z87.1 safety rating meets OSHA requirements for safety glasses, and a Mil Std 662 military rating stops a .15 caliber projectile fired at 650 ft. per second. How’s that for durability? Well, they’re also top-notch in terms of optics. RCT (Radius Curving Technology) offers distortion-free optics for the clearest vision. These shades are 99.9 percent polarized, using injected polarization, not laminated. H780 Infrared blocking technology eliminates harmful radiation. Multilayered antireflective coatings eliminate distracting internal reflections, and permanent hydrophobic, oleophobic and antistatic coatings are applied to both sides of the lenses. Try a pair for yourself and you will see why they say, “The Advantage is Clear.”

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The most recognizable name on the water, Salt Life, is also the maker of stellar sunglasses. Their Andros Matte Black sunglasses are performance designed and lightweight, offering extreme comfort for extended wear in the sun. Made in Italy with highquality glass lenses, they allow you to see images crisper and clearer. Andros are available in lens colors of Smoke Blue and Copper Green. Their lenses are 100-percent UV protected with five layers of anti-glare reflective coating that completely eliminates glare. Go out and get noticed in Salt Life sunglasses.

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the Skeleton logo has been hand-painted in blaze orange. No two frames look exactly alike! So, no matter where you hunt, becoming a part of your surroundings won’t be a problem. Every pair of Scouts include polarized polycarbonate lenses by Zeiss, designed using an advanced Tri-pel coating to promote clear vision, amazing visibility and clarity, while reducing discomfort caused by glare during outdoor activities. Designed for those who don’t go where the path leads, the Mossy Oak Break-Up Country® Scout sunglasses are intended for those who instead forge their own trail.

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very blade-handy angler has their own techniques and tricks for peeling the perfect fillet off a fish. But anyone who has spent enough time around a cutting board knows the perfect way to fillet is a combination of three crucial elements: technique, tools and practice. Whether it’s a 15-pound red snapper or a 6-ounce bream, the basics of filleting a fish are the same. The idea is to remove the meat along the fish’s flanks, while leaving behind the head, bones and guts. Step 1: Make a vertical cut just behind the fish’s gill plate and pectoral fin. This cut should go all the way down to the bone and

extend from back to belly. Step 2: Run the blade from the first cut all the way down the top of the fish, along the backbone to the tail, making a shallow incision as close to the backbone as you can get it. Step 3: Using that long cut along the backbone, utilize smooth, light strokes to work the fillet away from the bones moving from the back to the belly. The other hand can be used to peel back the meat as you go. Cut around the ribcage when you arrive at it. Step 4: With step 3 completed, you should have a beautiful skinon fillet. To remove the skin, place the fillet on the board skin side down. Start from the tail and insert the knife through the meat down to the skin, leaving a tab of meat and skin at the tail to hold onto. Turn the knife horizontal and run the blade up the skin to remove the meat. Step 5: Use tweezers to pick out any pin bones left in the fillet. The technique seems simple enough, but if you don’t have good, sharp, flexible knives that are sized correctly for the fish on the board, you’re going to make a mess out of your fillets. Havalon has come up with an all-in-one solution for this issue with its Talon system. With five styles of high-quality blades that all fit on the same handle, switching from a 7-inch blade down to a 5-incher or even down to a 3.5-inch utility blade is as easy as pressing a button with their Quik-Change II blade replacement system. The blades can be resharpened as well as replaced to make sure they are razor sharp when you need them. Also, with a handle that opens up, clean-up is both thorough and easy with the Havalon Talon system. Rinse your tools down and roll them up in the included canvas kit so they’ll be ready the next time you need them. And next time should be soon, because practice is the final and most important element in the perfect way to fillet. Go fishing enough, and you’ll be peeling off perfect fillets for the table in no time. Check out the Havalon Talon System at www.havalon.com.

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concepts to fifth-wheel hitches. Using the same under-bed mounting hardware and hole in the bed, they designed a Companion with a single point attachment that was removable when not towing. They also designed the Companion to provide a quiet and smooth ride for the user. From there, they kept solving problems other hitch manufacturers weren’t, always thinking of the customer’s towing experience. They set the bar high and built a company that continues to raise it. Baker retired in 1999, and in 2007, Works began transferring ownership to the company’s 390 employees, who are now employee-owners. With a vested interest in their products, the employee-owners are more dedicated than ever to making the best hitches and accessories possible. Their product line now includes all types of innovative towing products manufactured on-site in their nearly 500,000-square-foot facility, where they can oversee every detail. Their steel comes straight from the American Heartland and is forged in mills they’ve known and trusted for years. Because the best labor doesn’t come from the lowest bidder overseas, B&W’s craftsmen are some of the best and brightest in the industry. “We know that what you tow matters— and so does what you tow it with,” is a company motto. B&W Trailer Hitches is a shining example of American-made quality and American ingenuity. For more information, go to www. bwtrailerhitches.com.

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vessel like a commercial fishing vessel using nets or longlines. Knowing the different rules that apply to all of these situations can mean the difference between a good day on the water and tragedy. At a minimum, you should always have a proper lookout, operate at a safe speed and yield or give-way to another vessel when in doubt and to always avoid a collision, even if that means breaking a navigation rule to save lives and avoid damaging property. Don’t leave the dock without knowing the rules of the road. The United States Power Squadrons–America’s Boating Club offers a seminar that simplifies the sometimes complex COLREGS for the recreational boater. Through examples, you’ll discover how to avoid collisions in various situations, the differences between power and sailboat rules, and the special rules for fishing vessels. This seminar includes student notes with slides. The downloadable U.S. Coast Guard’s Navigation Rules and Regulations Handbook is the supporting text. This seminar is also a starting point for study preparation for the USCG License examination. For more information on how to sign-up for the seminar, visit www. americasboatingclub.org.

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Hide And Seek With World Record Stripers By Tom Schlichter

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t’s no secret really big stripers patrol the eastern end of Long Island Sound. Just ask Greg Myerson; he found the biggest one in August of 2012 – the IGFA world record, which weighed 81 pounds 14 ounces! Lucky catch? Hardly. Myerson, 50, of Wallingford, Connecticut, has targeted big bass in these waters since childhood. Over last decade he’s hauled in numerous 50- and 60-pounders, plus a 73-pound behemoth, in addition to the top prize. “I’ve released some others,” he said, “that might have broken my own record.” What draws such big fish into the area? Myerson believes it’s a search for lobster. “The eastern end of Long Island Sound is very rocky and, until recently, it held a ton of lobsters,” he said. “Big bass are lazy. They don’t like

fighting strong currents, so they slip in behind submerged boulders or hold in the lee of outcroppings and reefs. That’s where lobsters like to feed, too, so it’s a convenient ambush spot for the bass.” Myerson noted there is plenty of good bottom to investigate here. “Southwest Ledge and Southwest Reef make good starting points,” he stated, “but there are other obvious opportunities if you poke around.” Once he finds a spot, the current striper king follows a specific routine. He’ll chart a path that avoids lobster pots but still allows access to the lee side of submerged boulders. He’ll fish when the tide is flowing slowly and prefers to ply his trade after dark, just past slack high water, and on the last quarter of the moon. “Lobster feed best from 0 to 1.4 knots of current,” he explained, “so that’s when the biggest bass chew, too.” Myerson’s secret weapon is a special sinker he’s developed and now markets through his business, World Record Striper Company (worldrecordstripercompany.com). Called a Rattlesinker, it rattles at the same 10-decibel sound level lobsters use to send out a buzzing underwater warning when danger enters the area. When bass hear the rattle, they start looking for food. Myerson uses a clip to attach the sinker to a three-way swivel and a 5-foot length of fluorocarbon leader that terminates in 5/0 eel hook to present an eel. Using conventional tackle and a braided main line, he bounces the sinker across the bottom as the eel follows behind. The rattling sound and sea snake have proven to be a lethal combination cow bass just can’t resist. Myerson said he’s sure there’s bigger bass still to be caught in Connecticut’s waters. “I think it’s possible to break 100 pounds here someday,” he stated, “at least as long as the lobsters stay around.” If you’d like to give the cow stripers of Eastern Long Island Sound a shot, you can stay at The Water’s Edge Resort and Spa (www.watersedgeresortandspa.com) in Old Saybrook or The Madison Beach Hotel (@madisonbeachhotel). For a charter trip, consider Flying Connie Charters (www.flyingconnie.com) out of Clinton or fish with Myerson though his World Record Striper Company (www.worldrecordstripercompany.com), the same place you can purchase Rattlesinkers should you want to give them a try.

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Get a good alarm clock, because you’re gonna need it this month. Sure, you can catch fish during the midday heat, but the best times are going to be in the early morning hours. Water temps will be at their coolest during the first few hours of day light. What our guides normally do, is head out when it is just safe enough to see. We begin looking for our speckled trout. It really doesn’t matter where, because everything will be good this time of year: Bay St Louis, Lake Borgne, Cat Island, Half Moon Island, and the near shore reefs. Normally the birds will point the way to the bait, and the speckled trout will not be far from there. Just be ready, the big bull reds should be crashing the party. They will be mixed in with the smaller school trout, especially if there are white trout around. This is the main reason we tie on 30-40 pound leaders this time of year. The real fun this time of year, is finding stuff to do after the morning trout bite. Sure, you can hunt out more trout, maybe at some deeper structures, but there is plenty else to do. Triple tail fishing should be off the charts this month. The hotter it gets during the day, the more fish we see at the surface. Just ride around, and check anything and everything you see. Pilings, debris, crab traps, dead floating fish, is worth looking under. Triple tails will be right under these things, and are almost eager to hit a big live shrimp or minnow. Another fun thing to do, especially with the little ones, is shark fishing. I prefer to watch for big

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schools of lady fish, pogies, or even little school trout. I will drift anything (mullet, lady fish, pogie, white trout) on a wire leader and an 8-10/0 circle hook through these schools. Just be ready, some of these big toothy critters are well over the 100 Pound mark!!! I am here to tell you, if you get a youngster or novice angler on a big shark, you got em hooked for life!!! There will be a ton of fishing boats, jet skis, kayaks, party barges, yachts, etc out this month. Please be extra special careful, and don’t take any chances As always, have fun and be safe.

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an account to continue. You may level also register in person by visiting the Pascagoula Recreation Depending on their age and comfort Centerthere located 2935 Pascagoula Street with water, areatdifferent approaches to or you may register at the pre-race meet and greet on 13thA(location If you do not want to register on-line, call 228-938-2356 to gettingFriday, them April started. tandem TBD). sit on top a form sent to you. (SOT)have works great. If you have a solo SOT ready to dipspace, your paddle into one of The Mississippi’s Gulf Coast’s officially with plentySo ofget capacity and a young By Kristi Ducote designated the Pascagoula child can sit on awater beantrails, bag directly behindRiver Jackson County Blueway, and enjoy a uniquely you. adventurous perspective of the region’s abundant natural beauty and native wildlife. The If you’re into kayaking, you already know Get ready for the Pascagoula Run Paddle Battle also older, knownthey as the “Singing River”, is significant as one of the largest IfPascagoula your childRiver, is a little the pleasures of paddling in serene surroundings brought to you by the City of Pascagoula on April 14, rivers in the themselves. United States and the last unimpeded major river system in the may befree-flowing ready to try paddling with the best views that nature can offer. In this 2018. This is a 12.5 mile race down the Pascagoula River continentalSOT United States. An inexpensive from a big box regard, maybe the only thing better would be for all types of human powered paddle craft. The race will sharing this experience with your children. With store is acceptable in this case. I never begin at Little River Marina in Moss Point, MS and end recommend them otherwise. Do not let proper adult supervision, children can have the at Lighthouse Park in Pascagoula, MS. Shuttles will be them sit with you inside a sit in kayak. same wonderful experiences that we adults have provided for race participants only. With safety in mind, Practice in a shallow water area, or pool, in kayaks. But since kids are such information the route provides two land based bail out points, plus where they can enter the kayak on their sponges, they learn so much more from the the course will be fully supported by numerous local law own. Sandbars or calm beaches are great. experience. enforcement agencies marine divisions. If they feel safe and comfortable in the kayak, Let them work on paddle strokes. Kids are Not in to racing? No problem. You can paddle at a they will learn that nature has a lot more to offer pretty intuitive here. Remember, they may comfortable pace and simply enjoy being on the water and not know left from right, so telling them to than TV or video screens. Kayaking provides the beauty of the river. paddle on their right side may elicit a blank sights, smells, feel, and sounds that come in a The fee for the race is $40 for American Canoe constant panoramic 3D view. This leaves a much stare. Having a friend learning at the same Association (ACA) Members and $45 for Non-ACA stronger impression on a child than anything that time multiplies their potential for success. Members; fees will increase $10 on March 12th so register Once they get the hang of it, start with they could see on a screen. early. Registration fees include a goody bag, event t-shirt, short trips in calm waters, then build up So, how do you get them involved. The the race, and post-race food and drink. You must register according to the child’s ability. Enrollment first key is the child’s motivation, they have to by March 25th to be guaranteed a goody bag and event in a beginner class is highly recommended. independence are all improved. want to do it. Don’t try to force them as that t-shirt. The benefits to getting children on the water usually pushes them away. Once they have the Commonsense will guide you. We offer a variety of ways to register. For online for their own adventures are innumerable. desire to get on the water, make sure that they Motivation, comfort, and safety are the keys registration, visit www.cityofpascagoula.com, click on the Things they do at an early age have a huge feel comfortable and safe. Make sure that they to success. Paradise is always just beyond the How Do I… link on the top right corner of the page, and ARE safe! They should always be in a quality and impact on shaping their future lives. Their launch ramp. Please share it with those that then click Parks & Recreation Programs under Sign Up self-confidence, appreciation of nature, and you love. comfortable PFD. For. From there you will sign in to your account or create

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July is hot! There’s no doubt about it, but the fishing can be just as hot. The most comfortable way to fish is early in the morning or late in the evening to avoid the midday heat. One of my favorite methods of fishing for these low light hours, is to use a topwater frog for largemouth bass. The strikes are aggressive and getting to see the water explode as a bass smacks the frog can be an exhilarating experience! As with all fishing, there is a method to the madness that can give you an edge and help you catch more, and bigger fish. For this article, I will be focusing on soft plastic frogs. Although I have used nearly every major brand of frog, my favorite is the Gambler Cane Toad. Its easy to work, durable, versatile, and has great colors. The body of the frog is wide to provide an easy profile for fish to key in on, but it’s thin enough to allow plenty of hook point to be exposed during a hook set. Speaking of hooks, the VMC 4/0 heavy duty wide gap hook is a perfect match for the cane toad. I like to tie the hook onto 20lb monofilament line with a loop knot. I rig the frog weightless and weedless. Since fish usually strike from behind a frog, a fast reel is needed to take up line slack quickly, and the hook set needs to be strong and solid. The frog setup I use is an Abu Garcia Revo bait casting reel in 8.0:1 gear ratio, and a 7’3” MH Savur Outdoors rod. Targeting bass in the early or late hours is pretty simple. There are 3 distinct retrieves I use for soft plastic frogs, with small variables of each. The first, and probably the most common is just a steady buzz style retrieve, typically used during low light conditions. Reel the frog just fast enough so it stays on top of the water with the legs kicking and leaving a sort of bubble trail behind it. Experiment with the speed until you dial in on what the fish are wanting. The next retrieve works better as the sun gets a little higher, but the fish are still focusing on shallow feeding. Basically it’s a slower version of the first retrieve. Keep the frog close to the top of the water, but only break the surface occasionally. Work the frog as a sort of “wake-bait” with some occasional stops to make the frog fall horizontally. The third retrieve I use, is for even later in the day or even in the middle of the day. I call it the natural retrieve. Have you ever spooked a bullfrog while walking along the bank of a pond? They usually dive into the water, then stop as they kick their legs for another burst of speed. Simulate this. It’s deadly effective. Cast close to structure, let the lure sink about a foot, then give short, fast pulls with the rod tip down, let the frog sink as you reel in the slack, and make another pull with the rod. Bass will almost 100% strike while the frog is sinking during this type retrieve. I have prepared a video to coincide with this article. You can find it on my YouTube channel, “CFCR Fishing”. The video is entitled “Frog Fishing Basics”. Stay hydrated, and I hope to see you on the water! COASTALANGLERMAG.COM • THEANGLERMAG.COM

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GROUPER SEASON By Nelson Outdoors Pro Derek Stiglet It’s the midst of the summer and as of June 1st, Grouper season is in full swing having all legal grouper along with this tasty Snowy Grouper in open season and available for harvest for recreational anglers. Excluded from this list is the Goliath Grouper (Jewfish) and the Nassau Grouper which are prohibited from harvest at all times throughout the year. Grouper are a slower moving, bottom dwelling fish which is the tactic they use to enable them to capture their prey. They will thrive on baitfish and squids around artificial reefs such as shipwrecks, rubble piles, and oil and gas platforms (rigs) or even live bottom areas. The Grouper will tuck back inside of a shipwreck or behind a rig leg and ambush their prey as the baitfish swims up close within the strike zone. One of my setups for grouper would be either a vertical jig on a spinning outfit such as a Penn Slammer 3 reel paired with a Penn Carnage 2 jigging rod or a conventional outfit such as a Penn Fathom lever drag 2 speed reel paired with a Penn Carnage 2 conventional jigging rod or boat rod. I’ll run 65lb braid with a 4-5ft length of Seaquar Flourocarbon leader with a jig on the spinning outfit or 40lb test Monofilament on the Conventional outfit with the same length of flourocarbon leader using a Carolina rig setup. My go-to baits would be frozen squid, cigar minnows or a live bait. Grouper can put up a tough fight so the tackle and gear needs to be fairly stout to handle the Battle. Also, the seasons along with the size limits and aggregate daily creel (bag) limits may change throughout the state and federal seasons. Checking gulfcouncil.org or with your local Department of Marine Resources can help you with all of the updated seasons and limits to stay within compliance.

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9:59p 1.9 1.4 11:19a

6:18a -0.1 -0.1 9:23p

6:51a 6:15a

7:13p 7:51p

4:33p 8:35p

5:03a 6:51a

2929

SuTh

11:31p 1.8 1.2 11:53a

6:54a 0.0 0.1 9:47p

6:50a 6:16a

7:13p 7:50p

5:36p 9:13p

5:47a 7:44a

3030

MoFr

1:27p 1.7 0.7 12:26p

7:13a 0.1 0.4 10:04p

5:07p

0.6

6:49a 6:16a

7:14p 7:49p

6:37p 9:48p

6:27a 8:37a

3131

TuSa

1:08a 1.5 1.0 12:57p

6:54a 0.4 0.7 10:13p

6:53p

0.4

6:47a 6:17a

7:14p 7:49p

7:37p 10:22p

7:05a 9:30a

1.7

12:17p

0.8

0.3

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March 2018 July 2018

20.4'/ W/ W88°88°32.0' 32.0' N N30°30°20.4' Date Day Day Date

Sunrise Sunrise

Sunset Sunset

Moonrise Moonset Moonset Phase Phase Moonrise

11

SuTh

10:14p 1.6 1.0 11:43a

HighTide Tide High

HighTide Tide High

6:42a -0.1 -0.5 10:07p

6:22a 6:02a

5:56p 7:59p

5:49p 10:35p

22

MoFr

11:21p 1.4 0.8 12:13p

7:16a 0.0 -0.2 10:31p

6:21a 6:02a

5:57p 7:59p

6:53p 11:12p

6:53a 9:48a

33

TuSa

1:20p 1.3 0.2 12:39p

7:26a 0.1 0.1 10:47p

4:02p

0.1

6:20a 6:02a

5:58p 7:59p

7:54p 11:47p

7:33a 10:42a

44

WeSu

12:35a 1.1 0.6 12:52p

6:45a 0.2 0.2 10:50p

6:39p

0.1

6:19a 6:03a

5:58p 7:59p

8:54p

8:12a 11:35a

55

ThMo

12:13p 1.0 0.6 11:34a

8:58p 0.4 0.0 10:26p

6:17a 6:03a

5:59p 7:59p

9:51p 12:21a

8:49a 12:29p

66

FrTu

12:41p 0.8 0.8 8:03a

11:14p 0.5 -0.1 8:34p

6:16a 6:04a

6:00p 7:59p

10:47p 12:55a

9:27a 1:25p

77

SaWe

1:20p 1.1 1.0 7:16a

5:01p

6:15a 6:04a

6:00p 7:59p

11:42p 1:30a

10:05a 2:23p

88

SuTh

2:05p 1.3 1.1 7:14a

12:44a 0.0 -0.2 5:08p

6:14a 6:04a

6:01p 7:59p

2:08a

10:46a 3:24p

99

MoFr

2:56p 1.4 1.1 7:35a

1:45a -0.2 -0.2 5:43p

6:13a 6:05a

6:01p 7:58p

12:35a 2:50a

11:28a 4:28p

1010

TuSa

3:55p 1.7 1.1 8:08a

2:33a -0.5 -0.4 6:26p

6:12a 6:05a

6:02p 7:58p

1:26a 3:38a

12:14p 5:34p

1111

WeSu

6:01p 1.9 1.1 8:49a

4:17a -0.6 -0.4 7:13p

7:11a 6:06a

7:03p 7:58p

3:15a 4:32a

2:02p 6:40p

1212

ThMo

7:10p 2.1 1.1 9:35a

4:57a -0.7 -0.4 8:03p

7:10a 6:06a

7:03p 7:58p

4:01a 5:32a

2:52p 7:43p

1313

FrTu

8:17p 2.1 1.1 10:24a

5:33a -0.6 -0.2 8:53p

7:08a 6:07a

7:04p 7:57p

4:45a 6:38a

3:44p 8:42p

1414

SaWe

9:19p 1.9 1.1 11:14a

6:06a -0.5 -0.2 9:41p

7:07a 6:07a

7:04p 7:57p

5:27a 7:46a

4:38p 9:35p

1515

SuTh

10:17p 1.7 1.0 12:02p

6:33a -0.2 -0.1 10:25p

7:06a 6:08a

7:05p 7:57p

6:06a 8:55a

5:33p 10:22p

1616

MoFr

11:16p 1.4 0.8 12:47p

6:52a 0.0 0.1 10:56p

7:05a 6:08a

7:06p 7:57p

6:43a 10:01a

6:29p 11:04p

1717

TuSa

1:16p 1.2 0.4 1:20p

7:00a 0.4 0.2 10:56p

4:08p

0.2

7:04a 6:09a

7:06p 7:56p

7:20a 11:04a

7:26p 11:43p

1818

WeSu

12:19a 0.8 0.8 12:00p

12:29p

0.5

6:50a 0.5 0.4 9:42p

6:02p

0.2

7:03a 6:10a

7:07p 7:56p

7:56a 12:05p

8:24p

1919

ThMo

1:40a 0.8 0.6 6:47a

12:22p

0.7

6:07a 0.5 0.5 5:13p

7:43p

0.2

7:02a 6:10a

7:07p 7:55p

8:33a 1:03p

9:23p 12:20a

2020

FrTu

12:37p 1.1 1.0 6:14a

9:29p 0.2 0.1 4:40p

7:00a 6:11a

7:08p 7:55p

9:11a 2:00p

10:23p 12:56a

2121

SaWe

1:07p 1.3 1.1 6:28a

11:17p 0.0 -0.1 5:07p

6:59a 6:11a

7:09p 7:54p

9:53a 2:56p

11:25p 1:33a

2222

SuTh

1:48p 1.4 1.3 6:59a

5:40p -0.1

6:58a 6:12a

7:09p 7:54p

10:38a 3:50p

2:11a

2323

MoFr

2:37p 1.6 1.4 7:35a

12:48a -0.2 -0.2 6:13p

6:57a 6:12a

7:10p 7:53p

11:28a 4:44p

12:27a 2:51a

2424

TuSa

3:36p 1.7 1.6 8:12a

2:01a -0.2 -0.4 6:45p

6:56a 6:13a

7:10p 7:53p

12:23p 5:36p

1:29a 3:34a

2525

WeSu

4:46p 1.7 1.6 8:49a

3:04a -0.2 -0.5 7:16p

6:54a 6:13a

7:11p 7:52p

1:22p 6:25p

2:29a 4:20a

2626

ThMo

6:09p 1.7 1.4 9:25a

4:00a -0.2 -0.5 7:46p

6:53a 6:14a

7:11p 7:52p

2:25p 7:12p

3:25a 5:09a

2727

FrTu

7:41p 1.7 1.3 10:00a

4:51a -0.1 -0.4 8:15p

6:52a 6:15a

7:12p 7:51p

3:29p 7:55p

4:16a 5:59a

2828

SaWe

9:15p 1.7 1.2 10:35a

5:36a -0.1 -0.1 8:41p

6:51a 6:15a

7:13p 7:51p

4:33p 8:35p

5:03a 6:51a

2929

SuTh

10:47p 1.6 1.1 11:09a

6:12a 0.0 0.1 9:05p

6:50a 6:16a

7:13p 7:50p

5:36p 9:13p

5:47a 7:44a

3030

MoFr

12:43p 1.4 0.6 11:42a

6:31a 0.1 0.4 9:22p

4:25p

0.5

6:49a 6:16a

7:14p 7:49p

6:37p 9:48p

6:27a 8:37a

3131

TuSa

12:24a 1.3 0.8 12:13p

6:12a 0.4 0.6 9:31p

6:11p

0.4

6:47a 6:17a

7:14p 7:49p

7:37p 10:22p

7:05a 9:30a

12:11p

11:33a

0.4

0.7

LowTide Tide Low

LowTide Tide Low

0.2

6:10a 8:56a Full

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TIDE CHARTS March Gulfport tide chart - July Louisiana, South South Pass, Pass, Gulfport Gulfport Harbor, Harbor, Mississippi Mississippi Sound Sound Louisiana,

March 2018 June 2018

30°21.6' 21.6'//WW89° 89°04.9' 04.9' NN30° Date Date

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11

22 33

44 55 66 77 88 99

10 10 11 11

12 12 13 13 14 14 15 15 16 16 17 17

Su Mo

Mo Tu

Tu We

We Th Th Fr

Fr Sa

Sa Su

Su Mo

Mo Tu

Tu We

We Th Th Fr

Fr Sa

Sa Su

HighTide Tide High

1.0 1.9

12:47p

1.8

12:10a 1:18p

0.9 1.8

2:09p

0.3

1:24a 1:49p

0.7 1.7

1:00p

0.4

1:02p 2:14p

0.7 1.4

1:30p 2:17p

LowTide Tide Low

LowTide Tide Low

7:03a -0.1 -0.5 10:28p 7:37a -0.1 -0.3 11:05p

Sunrise Sunrise

Sunset Sunset

Moonrise Moonrise

Moonset Moonset

6:22a 5:58a

5:56p 7:51p

5:49p 10:32p

6:10a 8:27a

6:21a 5:58a

5:57p 7:51p

6:53p 11:16p

6:53a 9:18a

0.1 0.0

4:23p

0.1

6:20a 5:58a

5:58p 7:52p

7:54p 11:57p

7:33a 10:09a

7:06a

0.3

7:00p

0.1

6:19a 5:58a

5:58p 7:52p

8:54p

8:12a 11:02a

9:19p 12:13a

0.0 0.1

6:17a 5:58a

5:59p 7:53p

9:51p 12:35a

8:49a 11:55a

0.9 1.3

11:35p -0.1 12:37a 0.3

6:16a 5:57a

6:00p 7:53p

10:47p 1:11a

9:27a 12:49p

2:09p 12:10p

1.0 1.0

12:49a

6:15a 5:57a

6:00p 7:54p

11:42p 1:46a

10:05a 1:43p

2:54p 10:05a

1.2 1.0

1:05a -0.3 12:35a 0.5

6:14a 5:57a

6:01p 7:54p

2:21a

10:46a 2:40p

3:45p 9:22a

1.2 1.2

2:06a -0.3 5:42p 0.4

6:13a 5:57a

6:01p 7:54p

12:35a 2:57a

11:28a 3:38p

4:44p 9:16a

1.2 1.4

2:54a -0.4 6:10p 0.1

6:12a 5:57a

6:02p 7:55p

1:26a 3:34a

12:14p 4:39p

6:50p 9:31a

1.2 1.7

4:38a -0.3 -0.4 6:51p

7:11a 5:57a

7:03p 7:55p

3:15a 4:15a

2:02p 5:43p

7:59p 9:59a

1.2 1.9

5:18a -0.4 -0.4 7:38p

7:10a 5:57a

7:03p 7:56p

4:01a 5:01a

2:52p 6:49p

9:06p 10:35a

1.2 2.1

5:54a -0.7 -0.3 8:29p

7:08a 5:57a

7:04p 7:56p

4:45a 5:53a

3:44p 7:56p

10:08p 11:16a

1.2 2.2

6:27a -0.7 -0.3 9:22p

7:07a 5:57a

7:04p 7:56p

5:27a 6:51a

4:38p 9:01p

11:06p 12:01p

1.0 2.2

6:54a -0.7 -0.1 10:15p

7:06a 5:58a

7:05p 7:57p

6:06a 7:54a

5:33p 10:01p

12:46p

2.1

7:13a -0.5 0.1 11:06p

7:05a 5:58a

7:06p 7:57p

6:43a 9:00a

6:29p 10:56p

12:05a 1:29p

0.9 1.9

2:05p

0.4

7:47a 11:41p

0.4

7:21a -0.3 0.3 11:53p

10:18p

0.7

4:29p

0.3

7:04a 5:58a

7:06p 7:57p

7:20a 10:06a

7:26p 11:44p

6:23p

0.3

7:03a 5:58a

7:07p 7:58p

7:56a 11:11a

8:24p

1:08a 2:07p

0.9 1.7

1:18p

0.5

7:11a

0.4

2:29a 2:22p

0.7 1.3

1:11p

0.8

6:28a 12:28a

0.5 0.0

8:04p

0.3

7:02a 5:58a

7:07p 7:58p

8:33a 12:14p

9:23p 12:27a

20 20

Tu We

1:26p 12:06p

1.0 1.0

9:50p 12:40a

0.1 0.3

11:53p

0.5

7:00a 5:58a

7:08p 7:58p

9:11a 1:14p

10:23p 1:07a

1:56p 9:34a

1.2 1.0

11:38p 6:32p -0.1 0.5

6:59a 5:58a

7:09p 7:58p

9:53a 2:13p

11:25p 1:44a

2:37p 8:47a

1.4 1.2

5:59p

0.3

6:58a 5:59a

7:09p 7:58p

10:38a 3:09p

2:19a

3:26p 8:45a

1.6 1.4

1:09a -0.3 6:23p 0.0

6:57a 5:59a

7:10p 7:59p

11:28a 4:05p

12:27a 2:55a

22 22 23 23 24 24

Mo Tu We Th Th Fr

Fr Sa

Sa Su

4:25p 9:03a

1.7 1.6

2:22a -0.1 -0.4 6:54p

6:56a 5:59a

7:10p 7:59p

12:23p 5:00p

1:29a 3:32a

25 25

Su Mo

5:35p 9:30a

1.7 1.7

3:25a -0.3 -0.5 7:26p

6:54a 6:00a

7:11p 7:59p

1:22p 5:55p

2:29a 4:11a

6:58p 9:59a

1.6 1.8

4:21a -0.4 -0.5 7:58p

6:53a 6:00a

7:11p 7:59p

2:25p 6:48p

3:25a 4:52a

27 27

Tu We

8:30p 10:29a

1.4 1.8

5:12a -0.4 -0.4 8:29p

6:52a 6:00a

7:12p 7:59p

3:29p 7:39p

4:16a 5:36a

10:04p 11:00a

1.3 1.8

5:57a -0.4 -0.1 9:00p

6:51a 6:00a

7:13p 7:59p

4:33p 8:28p

5:03a 6:23a

11:36p 11:30a

1.2 1.8

6:33a -0.3 0.1 9:30p

6:50a 6:01a

7:13p 7:59p

5:36p 9:14p

5:47a 7:12a

1:32p 12:01p

0.7 1.8

6:49a 6:01a

7:14p 7:59p

6:37p 9:56p

6:27a 8:04a

1:13a

0.9

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High Tide High Tide

March 2018 July 2018 Low Tide Low Tide 8:51a -0.5

Sunrise Sunset Sunrise Sunset 6:22a 5:56p 6:02a 7:59p 9:25a -0.3 6:21a 5:57p 12:16a -0.1 6:02a 7:59p 3:17p 0.3 9:35a 0.1 6:11p 0.1 6:20a 5:58p 12:40a 0.0 6:02a 7:59p 2:08p 0.4 8:54a 0.3 8:48p 0.1 6:19a 5:58p 12:56a 0.1 6:03a 7:59p 11:07p 0.0 6:17a 5:59p 12:59a 0.3 6:03a 7:59p 6:16a 6:00p 12:35a 0.4 10:43p 0.5 6:04a 7:59p 1:23a -0.1 6:15a 6:00p 7:10p 0.3 6:04a 7:59p 2:53a -0.3 6:14a 6:01p 7:17p 0.0 6:04a 7:59p 3:54a -0.3 6:13a 6:01p 7:52p -0.3 6:05a 7:58p 4:42a -0.4 6:12a 6:02p 8:35p -0.5 6:05a 7:58p 6:26a -0.4 7:11a 7:03p 9:22p -0.7 6:06a 7:58p 7:06a -0.4 7:10a 7:03p 10:12p -0.8 6:06a 7:58p 7:42a -0.3 7:08a 7:04p 11:02p -0.7 6:07a 7:57p 8:15a -0.3 7:07a 7:04p 11:50p -0.5 6:07a 7:57p 8:42a -0.1 7:06a 7:05p 6:08a 7:57p 9:01a 0.1 7:05a 7:06p 12:34a -0.3 6:08a 7:57p 3:13p 0.4 9:09a 0.3 6:17p 0.3 7:04a 7:06p 1:05a 0.0 6:09a 7:56p 2:26p 0.5 8:59a 0.4 8:11p 0.3 7:03a 7:07p 1:05a 0.4 11:51p 0.5 6:10a 7:56p 2:19p 0.8 8:16a 0.5 9:52p 0.3 7:02a 7:07p 7:22p 0.5 6:10a 7:55p 11:38p 0.1 7:00a 7:08p 6:49p 0.3 6:11a 7:55p 6:59a 7:09p 7:16p 0.0 6:11a 7:54p 1:26a -0.1 6:58a 7:09p 7:49p -0.1 6:12a 7:54p 2:57a -0.3 6:57a 7:10p 8:22p -0.3 6:12a 7:53p 4:10a -0.4 6:56a 7:10p 8:54p -0.3 6:13a 7:53p 5:13a -0.5 6:54a 7:11p 9:25p -0.3 6:13a 7:52p 6:09a -0.5 6:53a 7:11p 9:55p -0.3 6:14a 7:52p 7:00a -0.4 6:52a 7:12p 10:24p -0.1 6:15a 7:51p 7:45a -0.1 6:51a 7:13p 10:50p -0.1 6:15a 7:51p 8:21a 0.1 6:50a 7:13p 11:14p 0.0 6:16a 7:50p 2:40p 0.7 8:40a 0.4 6:34p 0.5 6:49a 7:14p 11:31p 0.1 6:16a 7:49p 1:30p 0.8 8:21a 0.7 8:20p 0.4 6:47a 7:14p 11:40p 0.4 6:17a 7:49p ©2018 FreeTideTables.com - For comparison only - Times are local - Tides in feet from MLLW ©2018 FreeTideTables.com - For comparison only - Times are local - Tides in feet from MLLW

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orthern snakeheads are a nasty invasive species, which makes them all the more fun to shoot with a bow and arrow. Andrew Fox, of Mechanicsville, Maryland, spent Memorial Day weekend bowfishing with buddies at Mattawoman Creek in Charles County, Maryland. He came home with a new state record. The trio was out on the water for a few hours the night of May 24, waiting for low tide, but despite the favorable tides, recent rains made visibility nearly impossible. By pure luck, Fox caught a glimpse of a fish illuminated in the glare of the boat’s lights. Thinking it might be carp, Fox said he was slow to respond, but after a few seconds determined it was a snakehead. “That’s the biggest snakehead I’ve ever seen,” said Fox. Pulling back his bow, Fox struck the snakehead and hauled in the monster “frankenfish.” With the snakehead in the boat’s hull, Fox removed the arrow and said, “This might be a new state record.” In fact, it is now the biggest northern snakehead caught in the state of Maryland. Fox’s snakehead tipped the scales at 19.9 pounds with a length of 35.157 inches, breaking a 2-year-old record.

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The team that accumulates the most points for blue marlin, white marlin and spearfish during the event’s three fishing days earns $25,000, while second- and third-place prizes are $10,000 and $5,000, respectively. All billfish must be released, except potentially record-setting blue marlin that exceed 600 pounds. Teams also can enter one fun fish (tuna, dolphin, wahoo or released sailfish) per boat per day for additional points. Marlin division competitors can pay an additional fee to compete for $10,000 in the fun fish division. Cash prizes await anglers who catch the three heaviest dolphin, three heaviest tuna (yellowfin, blackfin and skipjack) and three heaviest wahoo. The Key West Marlin Tournament is to begin with a 4 to 6 p.m. final registration Wednesday, July 18, at the Waterfront Brewery, 201 William St. A captains meeting, auction and raffle are to follow. Fishing is set for 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday and Friday, July 19 and 20, and 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, July 21. Weighins take place after each day’s fishing on the dock behind the Waterfront Brewery. Tournament social events include cocktail gatherings, an island-style pig roast and a fish fry. An awards banquet at the Margaritaville Key West Resort & Marina, 245 Front St., is scheduled Saturday night. Entry fees are $1,800 per boat before June 15 ($2,100 thereafter) for two anglers, a captain and mate to compete in the marlin division and attend social events. Each additional angler per boat must pay $200 to fish. Entry in the fun fish division is an additional $300 per boat. For more information and to register, visit KeyWestMarlin.com.

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t all started for me when I began focusing on the big bull reds that prowl the waters around the St. Andrews Pass and the bridges in Panama City, Fla. I knew many of them lurked in those deep waters, and using live bait was usually a sure bet, but I get such a kick out of fooling fish with artificial lures that I had to explore the world of deep jigs like the Shimano Butterfly jig and the Offshore Angler Freestyle jig. When attempting to fool fish holding in water 50 to 100 feet deep, or more, you need a lure that gets down in a hurry. Not many tools can fill this niche, but these heavy, lead, streamlined jigs with the cool paint jobs come through in spades. Equipped with one or two hooks on a short tether, these jigs produce a wild, erratic fluttering on the fall, and when worked correctly, produce an enticing jumping action when ripped up off the bottom with the rod. The action is similar to a spoon more than a conventional jig, and fish of all species fall for it. It’s crucial to team your jig up with a properly rated rod. Deep jigging rods are usually short and work very well, but many rod types will get the job done. Spinning reels work fine, but I’ve found reels built for bottom fishing, like the Shimano Torium, to be my favorite. They’re smooth and fast, perfect for this technique. Spool up with 50• Safer to 80-pound test braid and a shock • Easier leader made of • Better 30- to 60-pound monofilament or fluorocarbon. Typically this is a vertical presentation with your boat positioned right on top of your target. Casting the jig, however, can be a very effective way of targeting fish that may be suspended somewhere in the water column and away from the boat. You can cover a lot of water using these jigs as a searchbait. Cast or drop the jig and let it settle to the bottom.

Then begin pumping it back to the boat. Work it with hard jerks several feet off the bottom, and let it settle on a semi slack line. Usually, a hard jerk works best. This triggers a strike without giving the fish time to think about what it’s looking at. You will feel the strike, and it will likely be on the fall, so hold on! I once had a large fish rip a rod right out of my hand. Down it went, the whole rig. That was a learning moment! Adjust your drag properly. I have experienced several days, both nearshore and offshore, when I caught fish about four to one against my partners using live bait. This is due to the bait’s ability to cover a lot of water in a short time with extremely effective results. I’ve caught reds, grouper, bonito, snapper, Spanish and king mackerel, trout, amberjacks, mahi and more using these jigs. It is an extremely exciting and productive fishing technique; give it a try! Randy “C-Note” Cnota is co-publisher of the Panama City/Forgotten Coast edition of Coastal Angler Magazine and owner of C-note Charters in Panama City, Fla. Check him out at cnotecharters.com.

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Millennium Marine Rod Management Whether you’re pulling a spread or pulling up to the boat ramp, Millennium Marine has the products to hold and transport your rods safely and securely. This Mississippi-based company is proud to introduce its new Rod Transport Rack and Single SpyderLok Rod Holder to anglers everywhere. Utilizing unique SpyderLok technology, the Single SpyderLok Rod Holder has tight secure locking angles and sure lock adjustments to keep the rod in place. The mounting plate is flush with the carpet, eliminating stubbed toes and tripping hazards. No tools are necessary to use, and the smooth and easy angle adjustment maintains the rod’s position. Active anglers looking to head out on the water to fish with family and friends can also use the Rod Transport Rack. Perfect for group fishing trips and excursions, the Rod Transport Rack allows anglers to transport up to eight rods at one time with ease and convenience. SpyderLok technology locks things in place and keeps rods separate and easily identifiable. Whether fisherman are trolling fresh or salt waters, they will be able to transport their rods with ease and achieve the perfect set-up for a great day out on the water with Millennium.

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