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Rick's Fishing Tips

Targeting Wahoo in the East

Go DEEP Wahoo are open water pelagics, which means they roam all over the place with little rhyme or reason to their movements. As a rule, you’ll find wahoo in water from 70 feet deep on out, with the majority of fish in 120 to 400 feet of water over reef or other structure....

Targeting Snapper in the Panhandle

Almost any depth will do Red snapper inhabit the Gulf waters over natural or artificial bottom in as shallow as 55 feet, and there are some deep holes in Pensacola Bay there are some junk bottom and wreck areas that have some big red snapper on them, so they can...

Targeting dolphin in the Southeast

When Summer is here, it's time to go bull riding Any time we have an east wind in the winter or spring, it’ll bring the dolphin in closer to shore, but as a rule, we don’t mess with them a lot in the winter months. As we get into the summer months(May though...

Targeting Yellowfin and Blackfin Tuna in the Panhandle

Anytime is the best time If you want to catch yellowfin tuna in my region, you’re heading out to the rigs, and the closest to Destin or Pensacola are the Petronis or Ramp Powell and Marlin Rigs. They’re 95 miles from Destin, and more like 80 miles from Pensacola...