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Speck-tacular Episodes!

We've got 4 new episodes coming up for y'all next week! Super excited to share these new episodes with you . . . got a couple of big sharks from the Keys, Kingfish from Tampa Bay, then fishing the rigs in Louisiana for snapper, and inshore for redfish. Thanks to all the captains that have worked with us this season so far. I've had a blast!  It's been awhile since we've had a shark show, and I absolutely love what the Mogan Music Boys do whenever we have a shark episode, so can't wait! 

Y'all liked that clip we posted this week where I'm fishing with Capt. Mark Nichols of DOA Lures and the small tarpon jumps over the dock? Our laughs gets me every time. Love to fish with that guy and need to get back over there to do it again soon. Mr. Producerman will be posting more clips like that one . . . quick viral clips that should make ya laugh. We need a lot more laughter in our daily lives, do y'all agree? Check 'em out on the AF YouTube channel (make sure you subscribe to the channel while you're there), or Facebook when we share them over there too. 

I love catching Speckled Trout, and in this week's replay episode, I'm fishing with one of my favorite people to fish with, Capt. Billy Henderson. He's definitely putting me on the trout bite. Capt. Billy discovered the Mogan Series Mirrolures at Dick's a while back, and he says the Trokar hooks on them are perfect for slayin' trout. Unfortunately, they work too good, and Billy ended up getting hooked in the arm not once but twice. Had a blast, as usual with Capt. Billy . . . he's a hoot and a great fisherman. So, tune in tomorrow (Friday) at 9:00 a.m., Sunday at 9:30 p.m. or Wednesday at 7:00 a.m. on Fox Sun Sports for this week's episode "Speck-tacular." Preview this week's episode >>

Oh yeah, I meant to ask . . . y'all see me wearing my new blue Costa sunglasses? I dig the blue frames and as always, the lenses are second to none. I can really see what's on the water. What do ya think, does blue look good on me? 

Until next week . . . tight lines,