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July Fish Tails by Captain Charlie Beadon

Feeding Frenzy – Bonnet Head Sharks On this beautiful summer morning we pull off the dock and cruise down the river on what looks like a streak free mirror. My fishing buddy comments that he hasn’t seen it this calm in a long time and adds that the fishing should be good today. I agree; […]

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June Fish Tails by Captain Charlie Beadon

Tails Up – Fly Fishing for Tailing Redfish As I power my flats boat off of the trailer I can hardly contain my thoughts of the day to come. All year long I have been waiting for the summer tailing bite and it’s finally here. Once we load our gear, we motor up and run […]

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May Fish Tails by Captain Charlie Beadon

The Brown Bomber – Big Cobia on the Fly Rod You couldn’t ask for a prettier spring day to be out on the water and on this trip we were after cobia. After sitting on the hook (anchored up) soaking baits with little success we decide to pick up and do some sight fishing. As […]

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April Fish Tails by Captain Charlie Beadon

Spring into Action – Red Hot Redfish, Trout and Flounder! One of the things that I love most about spring is the anticipation. For the most part winter can be a bit dreary, but as the azaleas begin to bloom and all of the critters come back out you can feel that things are changing. […]

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March Fish Tails by Capt. Charlie Beadon

Another Kind of Fishing – Enjoying the Outdoors Leaving the dock I can hardly wait to get to the flats because for the past few days we had been doing really well on the schooling redfish. As we pull up to the flat the good feelings continue as we see a small school of fish […]

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February Fish Tails by Capt. Charlie Beadon

Sheepshead or Redfish? Running down the river we could feel the cold chill of winter seeping through our jackets, but damn the cold, we’re on a mission to catch dinner. We pull up to the old sheepshead dock and you can still see the clusters of barnacles growing on the pilings as the tide slowly […]

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January Fish Tails – by Capt. Charlie Beadon

A Day to Remember – Red Hot Sailfish Action There are quite a few days that stand out in my mind as days to remember, but none quite as much as one cool January day off of the Ocean Reef Club in Key Largo, Florida. At the time I was working as a mate on […]

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December Fish Tails by Captain Charlie Beadon

Win or Lose – Tarpon Fishing For some reason most of my fishing mishaps have something to do with a tarpon. These guys are so unpredictable that you never know what’s going to happen. One of my favorite things to do used to be catching juvenile tarpon out of the South Florida canals from my […]

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November Fish Tails by Captain Charlie Beadon

South Bound and Down – Keys Kayak Fishing Most of us tend to do the majority of our fishing in our own back yards, but don’t loose sight of other fisheries that can be equally exciting. A few years ago I took a trip with my buddies Marvin and Jason to my old stomping grounds […]

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October Fish Tails by Captain Charlie Beadon

Victory to the Fish – Tarpon Fishing In my early fishing days I had to make due with what I had and what I had when I first moved to the Florida Keys was an old fiberglass canoe. I am not complaining; I caught my fair share of fish out of that boat and some […]

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