More Bits and Bites . . .

Jack Crevalle

Got a few random segments put together for y'all in this week's episode. Mr. Producerman and Sam had some good leftover clips from a few episodes from this season and put them in an episode called "Bits and Bites." We do this each season because we always have a few clips that don't quite get to make their original episode, but are good enough to share. This week you'll see an extra tripletail from a show we tried to shoot with Capt. Scott Lum on the Space Coast. Had a super tough day, weather moved in and we never got to finish it. Caught some nice fish though. Next segment, I put the Flats Pink rods to the test with a lady angler guest, Darcizzle Outdoors. She caught her first black drum on the Flats Pink rod. I was throwing pink that day too . . . gets the job done! Also get to show you a big Jack from fishing with Capt. Kevin Beach. Great time on the water with Capt. Kevin, and I must admit I love the way Jacks fight too.

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 "Bits and Bites."

Capt Blair and the Soldiers

Had a great time last week in Charleston at the grand opening of the new Field & Stream store. Met some great folks, hung out with Capt. Wild Bill from Deadliest Catch and even got invited back to the Air Force Base to take a closer look at the C17 there. Great base and even greater feeling being back on an Air Force base. It's been a few year (achem) since I've lived on base, let alone visited one. Thanks for the invite and hospitality! We sure do love Charleston. Make sure y'all stop in to see the new Field & Stream store there too!  

Capt Blair and Wild Bill from Deadliest Catch

I'm sticking close to home for the next couple of weeks. Have a photo shoot coming up for Skeeter. Can't wait to check out the new SX210 coming out, and all the updated features on the Saltwater lineup for 2016. Should be awesome! 
Skeeter SX240

Hope y'all have a fun and safe Labor Day weekend! 

Until next week . . . tight lines,