10-year-old Jason Austin Jr., of Palm Bay caught this 14lbs (35 inches) Cobia
Snook season is open again. Make sure you are prepared for the season and check your equipment. It’s always good to check your license and snook stamp, too. Live bait, DOA Terror Eyz and assorted other favorites used around jetties, bridges and sea walls can get you hooked up to that slot fish.
Charlie Joe Allen holds a copy of Hometown News atop the Pinnacle Observation Tower in Unicoi County, TN on Dec. 6, 2018. A five-mile hiking trail leads from I-26 to the top of the mountain, where an old fire tower has been converted into an observation tower.
Father and son duo, Johnny and Zach Stambough caught these big 7.31 pound bass with a winning tournament weight of 22.12 pounds for the Indian River Bass Anglers. The anglers meet every first Tuesday of the month at 7:30 p.m. at Marsh Landing in Fellsmere.
This little guy is Kaiden Murillo, 6, and his birthday was August 23. His family decided to take him fishing at Jetty Park in Port Canaveral were he caught his first fish - a red snapper. Way to go, Kaiden!
Rockeldge's own David Burch, 13, caught this 40 pounds, cobia 20 miles off Port Canaveral. From setting the hook to bringing him aboard, without assistance, this 4ft 1 inch, 69 pound teenage angler showed how it’s done.
Ryan Foote of Beaver Dam Wisconsin, spent his recent spring break from college with his grandparents Tim and Ellie Foote of Cocoa Beach. Ryan caught this 42 pound 51 inch Cobia while fishing with his father and grandfather. They were fishing in 45 ft. of water outside Port Canaveral. Ryan ca…
Dalton Gornto, 6, from Orlando was fishing with his dad, Dean, near the Titusville railway bridge when he caught this beauty; either a sand perch or silver trout.
Wanda Mauldin, of Suntree, reads the Hometown News on a beautiful July day in Halifax, Nova Scotia while touring the island by car with her daughter and grandson.
Sebastian inlet gave up two legal snook; 281/2-inches and 29-inches. They were caught by brother and sister- Gail Mallick (Land O’ Lakes. Wi.). Jeff Lapp (wasilla, Alaska) who were both visiting the area.