Adventure Tourism

If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you either travel or plan on traveling. And as travelers, we’re in search of one thing – fun. It’s one thing to seek adventure and another to find an opportunity where the adventure comes to you. We have such an experience here at Fisherman’s Cove RV Resort, […]

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Fishing in the Rain

If there’s one thing we all try to avoid, it’s fishing in the rain. Billowing clouds, the threat of lightning, and the thought of being wet send most anglers running for their vehicles. But is there any truth in our need to flee? The fish don’t care if we’re wet. Here is everything you need […]

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Red Snapper

We are in the height of American Red Snapper Season. Avid anglers and visitors hear talk of these delicious fish and want to get their hands on one. Here are the in’s and out’s of Red Snapper and all you need to know to be successful.  It would be best if you got your hands […]

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King of the Beach

It’s a transition season in Florida, and the only thing more exciting than seeing our Snowbirds come and go is that Kingfish are in the bay. By Kingfish, we mean King Mackerel, and whether you’re catching one of these bad boys, a prized Snook, shark, or tarpon, it’s sure to make you King of the […]

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When Summer Comes

Spring is a bittersweet time for Floridians. As excited as we are to feel the warmth of summer’s return, we are also sad to see many processes of the winter end. We realize that to fill a space, we must first empty it. So today, we’re saying goodbye to a few of our favorites and […]

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Bait

Spring is in the air, even in the subtropics of Florida. Although we’ve seen warm temperatures and sunny skies all season, we know spring is here because of the baitfish that appear. And since fishing is what we do in Florida, we’re looking at the water (not the trees) for signs of spring. If you’re […]

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Responsible Fishing

We love winter in Florida. The air dries, the seas calm, and temperatures cool. This is good news for winter fish species and the end of red tide. A season of reflection gives us gratitude for the big fish we’re seeing and hope for better water conditions next year. In the meantime, we want to […]

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