Wild places and remote experiences reinforce something within us that is characteristically human. Our modern world does little to nurture the part of us that takes solace from wilderness and nature.
Simply Fun Stuff
Someone in the MONGO East Coast Division is going to win a lot of money for catching a blue marlin this year.
These days international travel is incredibly easy. This makes it possible to fish nearly anywhere in the world. Here's a few international travel hacks to make your next fishing adventure even better.
When you start your own deal and have a new business card—you find out who your friends are. We are fortunate to have some really good ones.
For the fisherman, Islamorada’s location is much more strategic. It is in the middle of not just the Florida Keys but also squarely between two of America’s most intriguing fishing opportunities.
I tell the boys in the cockpit and moments later, an implosion of white water behind the boat.... Our bait disappears.
“I asked the doctor if I could fish. He said yes, but I told him, “I’m not going perch fishing, I’m going to be sitting in the chair fishing for blue marlin!’”
Part of what makes the Kudu such a fascinating system is the connection between two common patterns of thought. Thought 1-- Let's go catch something. Thought 2-- Let's grill it and eat it!
What follows is the story of how Captain Jeff Wilson and the Titan Up caught the biggest Gulf swordfish of 2020. The swordfish that won the MONGO.
Jack crevalle are rumored to taste like human excrement. This rumor is consistent and widely held enough to deter their involvement in our dining plans.