Halibut fishing has been steady with catches coming in from 20-70 pounds. We have lots of great tides coming up in November and December.
Winter Chinook fishing is on fire with lots of fish from 6-12 pounds and some bigger 12-16 pound range coming in. We will be available all winter long.
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Welcome to May’s Tie One Off challenge. Remember, in order to be eligible for the prize you must be signed up for our SWC Newsletter. You can sign up under the Newsletter heading on this page half way down on the right hand side of the screen.
Post it on Instagram with the hashtags #tieoneoff #hcft #skinnywaterculture. Or post it directly to our Tie One Off posts on the SWC or HCFT Facebook pages. The winner will be selected at random, quality of the fly does not matter as long as you put forth the effort. Winner of this months challenge will win a HCFT hat and a SWC Candy short sleeve tee.
The Seychelles are an angler’s paradise – if you can actually get to them. This chain of remote islands sits about as far into the middle of nowhere as you can get. But once you arrive, the fishing is on. Follow the crew of the Alphonse Fishing Company as they wade the flats of the Cosmoledo Atoll, hoping for a shot at Giant Trevally.
Waiting for the punchline... some refreshing humor about the reality of fishing for the Silver King.
Here's a one drift fish....to start the day...
Well the big redfish have started to move back into the Everglades National Park this week. After trout fishing the last few weeks, it was nice to have a change. On this past Wednesday my anglers caught many reds over the slot and a few big snook. This will continue through the Fall down here in the Florida Keys.
We went out from Secrets Papagayo Resort looking for some action, captain Nelson took our clients to the north of the Gulf of Papagayo looking for sailfish. First we caught a huge red snapper and after 1 hour we caught and released this beautiful sailfish. Fishing have been great down here.
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We were lucky enough to spend a couple days wading different sections of the Lower Madison the last couple days. Got into some smaller fish on dries, bigger fish on a variety of nymphs, and found a couple on streamers. It's a fantastic time to be out there right now!
This guy here kind of epitomizes the trip.