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"Live Bait Chumming" - Key West, Fl
On the Atlantic side of the key chain, in the deep waters of the Gulf Stream, oceanic free swimming (pelagic) species roam over a pretty featureless ocean. In these areas bait congregates around almost any flotsam. When fishing for some of the pelagic, filling the bait well could be the most important part of your day. While only a small percentage of the bait is actually used on the hook, the majority is used in a technique called live bait chumming. The idea being if you could setup your boat as a natural feeding station, you can attract life up the food chain.
Louisiana Redfishing with the Holeman Brothers
The best fishing trips sometimes come when you least expect them. I recently heard from a friend about a place tucked away in the Louisiana marsh where the "hot" redfish action would make you glad it wasn't summer. This redfisherman's haven, called Hopedale, was not only home to HUGE redfish during these winter months, but also to a couple of die-hard fishing guides, Travis and Bryan "Bear" Holeman. AKA... The Holeman Brothers!
Key West Wahoo & Sharks

In Key West, what happens when you mix blood and guts, wahoo and sharks, in the wintertime? Well, down here, we go swimming!

This is the time of year that we spend a fair amount of time close to the edge of the reef just off Key West. Most of the inshore water is cold, but the warm offshore waters of the Gulf Stream move in closer.


Costa Del Mar photo shoot in the Dry Tortugas
A group of us had come to the Dry Tortugas to do a shoot for Costa del Mar on Wild Florida. Little did we know that we would find out that there are many ways to define the word "wild".
Louisiana Redfish - Red Fishing with Gary Taylor
We did a redfish shoot in February, 2007 out of Slidell, Louisiana where we fished with a guide named Gary Taylor targeting redfish on fly and spin.. Gary has a pretty cool gig where he has a 32' ft Louisiana Skiff, which is a true Louisiana Bayou boat. Gary built a ramp-like trailer into the back of the Louisiana Bayo boat where he winches up and lauches his smaller Hell's Bay skiff. Great time redfishng on fly and spin!

 


Fishing in New Areas
Jose gives viewers some tips for hiring guides and gaining local fishing knowledge away from home.
Celebration of Life for Jose Wejebe
The fishing community has lost a great angler, icon, and friend. We are deeply saddened by the untimely passing of Jose Wejebe. Through his show and his adventures he shared a passion for fishing that touched and inspired anglers around the world.

We would like to invite all family and friends to a Celebration of Life in honor of Jose Wejebe, Sunday April 15, 2012 at 1:30 PM at the IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame & Museum in Dania Beach, Florida. All those who were touched by Jose are welcome to attend.


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2011 New Season
Get ready for the new season of the Spanish Fly now airing four times a week on the Outdoor Channel. Follow Jose Wejebe and friends as they fish locations such as the Galapagos, Mexico, Northeast US, Florida Keys, and the Gulf Coast States in one of the best seasons yet! Shows air Fridays 12:30PM, 8:30PM, Saturdays 11 AM, and Sundays 9:30 AM.
Fishing Key West Color Change Sailfish
At a certain time of year off Key West, Florida, the Gulf Stream pushes up against the inshore waters and creates a phenomenon called the color change. This creates a kind of highway that lines up baitfish, tuna, and sailfish!

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Bait Balls And Dredges
In the deep Southern Gulf of Mexico, huge schools of baitfish gather and with them come the predators that feed on them. When fishing this kind of situation, the only way to attract the sailfish away from the bait pods is to offer them something equally tempting. The dredge is a device that’s trolled behind the boat that looks like a school of bait!
Goliath Grouper or Jewfish Come Back
The Goliath Grouper was one of the most easily over exploited, commercially viable fish in the Florida Keys and the Gulf of Mexico. Find out how the disappearance of the juveniles inshore signaled a warning about the health of the brood stock offshore. Now with regulations in place, the adult population is making a comeback.
Florida Keys Shrimp Boats
In the early spring, shrimp boats in the gulf of mexico are often a great place to find big schools of tunas and bonitos.
Everglades River of Grass
The Florida Everglades is a massive water system that flows from Lake Okeechobee to the Gulf of Mexico. Jose Wejebe explains the different species of fish that can be found along the way as the fresh water gets closer to the saltwater of the Gulf of Mexico.
Fishing the Gulf Towers in Key West
Some of the impressive vertical structures in the Gulf of Mexico are home to all sorts of game fish from the bottom feeders like the goliath grouper to the mid depth and surface feeders like the permit and barracuda.
Fishing Key West Color Change for Sailfish
At a certain time of year off Key West, Florida, the Gulf Stream pushes up against the inshore waters and creates a phenomenon called the color change. This creates a kind of highway that lines up baitfish, tuna, and sailfish!


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