This week's show has Capt. Blair and Capt. Brian Sanders using a rig some of you may not be familiar with, the Deadly Combo. The Deadly Combo is basically a popping cork fished above a plastic bait, in this case a D.O.A. shrimp. What's affectionately known as a "tourist rig" proves to be one fish catching, well . . . um, deadly combo. Click here to find out what the Mogan Man thinks about these rigs.
Catch your own bait . . . Calusa has been making quality cast nets for years and has nets for whatever type of live bait you use. Check out the video on how to throw a cast net and start saving money by catching your own bait.
Free shipping from Dick's . . . Dick's Sporting Goods has free shipping on purchases over $99. Save yourself a trip to the store and have more time to go fishing!!! Now that's what you call a win-win!!!
More than just sand castles . . . Art and sand will collide on January 19-20, 2013 when the 23rd Annual Indialantic Art Festival takes over beach side James H. Nance Park in Indialantic, Florida. Check it out if you can.
For the birds . . . Did you know Florida's Space Coast is one of the best birding locations in North America with more than 330 species of birds documented on our coast? For this reason, the Space Coast is the home of one of the largest birding festivals in the country, The Space Coast Birding & Wildlife Festival. Hosted by the Brevard Nature Alliance, this birding and wildlife festival, which is scheduled for January 23-28, 2013, attracts more than five thousand nature and wildlife enthusiasts from around the world for six days of nature and wildlife activities that coincide with peak activity for wintering bird populations. Scheduled activities include birding field trips, kayaking adventures, horseback riding into Florida's outback, interactive workshops with the Raptor Project, a free exhibit center with over 80 vendors, a juried art show, and keynote presentations by naturists Greg Miller, Joanne Williams, Mark & Selena Kiser, and Kevin Karlson. All field trips and classroom sessions will be led by a combination of biologists, ornithologists, scientists, photographers, and historians.
Give me a shout over at the Mogan Lounge and we can tell some lies to each other. Keep those Mogan pics coming, give me the who, what you caught it on, and where, of your catch and you just might be next week's MOTW!!!
Time to go pop a cork of my own . . . see ya,