Friday, July 29, 2011

From Mike @ Native Tackle Supply-Sebastian

Dog days of summer are in full effect come August, as this is the slowest time of the year for guides and tackle shops even though the fishing can be red hot.  Snook and Tarpon are firmly on the beaches and the Redfish are getting ready to stack up in the inlet waiting on a crab to float by. At the shop we are gearing up for Snook season and getting our selection of bucktails, lures, and jigs ready for September 1st.  As always, if there are any products that we don't currently stock that you need, just let us know and we'll be glad to bring it in and stock it! 
As some of you may know, the FWC has agreed to open the Atlantic Snook season for 2011 on September 1st.  Gulf angler were not so lucky as the snook closure will remain in effect until August 31, 2012.  The daily bag limit remains at one snook per recreational angler and a 28"-32" slot.  Snook season will remain open until December 15, 2011. 


We were very happy to donate all the bait needed for a recent "Kids Hooked on Fishing" event.  Kids Hooked On Fishing is a Non-Profit Organization that has been created for kids of all ages. They enjoy teaching the fundamentals of saltwater fishing and providing kids with a positive fishing experience.

Kids Hooked on Fishing meets at different locations, 5 days a week. Please follow their calendar which can be found on their website at or look them up on our Native Tackle Supply's Facebook page.  


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