Florida inshore fishing is a year round adventure

Florida Sport Fishing: Your Ultimate Guide to Inshore Angling

Florida's waters offer exceptional inshore fishing, from the Indian River Lagoon to the Florida Keys. This guide explores top destinations, fish species like redfish and snook, techniques like live bait and fly fishing, and tips to maximize your catches in the shallow saltwater environments.

swordfish on the hunt in a school of bait fish

Catching Swordfish: A Comprehensive Guide

Hooking into a brute swordfish represents the pinnacle for many anglers. But landing one requires mastery of specialized tactics. This comprehensive guide covers critical swordfish strategies - from gear and bait rigging to daytime and nighttime techniques. With insights from seasoned experts at In The Spread, discover how to conquer these elusive giants.

Swordfish - Biology of a Deep Water Predator

Swordfish, also known as Xiphias gladius, are large predatory fish in the Xiphiidae family, weighing over 1,400 pounds and growing up to 14 feet long. They have a distinctive long bill used to stun prey and are found in warm and temperate waters. They feed on squid, mackerel, and other small fish. Swordfishing can be challenging, but understanding fishing techniques is essential. In The Spread Swordfish Fishing Videos provide guidance.

Yellowfin Tuna - Offshore Fishing Tips for a Pelagic Predator

Yellowfin Tuna - Offshore Fishing Tips for a Pelagic Predator

Yellowfin tuna, a large, pelagic fish, inhabits warm Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific oceans. They are apex predators, consuming small fish, squid, and crustaceans. Highly migratory, they spawn in tropical waters and migrate to cooler, nutrient-rich waters for breeding. Yellowfin tuna are valuable for sport fishermen and are an essential part of the marine ecosystem.

Blue Marlin – Offshore Fishing and Lure Rigging

Blue marlin fishing is a thrilling sport for sport fishers, with Atlantic and Pacific blue marlin being two of the most coveted gamefish. Techniques include trolling, bait and switch, and live baiting. Trolling involves dragging lures behind a boat at different depths and speeds, while bait and switch uses live baitfish to attract the marlin's attention. In The Spread, a sport fishing educational video company, offers valuable information on rigging lures and trolling techniques.