Monday, November 18, 2019

Florida East Coast Beach Cams


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We Needed a Quick List of Beach Cams in Action to Check the Conditions Before Heading Out Surf Fishing Florida's East Coast. We tried to list them North to South mainly and get enough in.

First Light Insite St Augustine A Good Morning Webcam on Facebook

SurfGuru Jacksonville Beach Pier Surf Cam and Report

Surfline Jacksonville Beach Pier

Flagler Surf Webcam

Volusia County Daytona Beach Cam

Surfline Bethune Beach Surf Cam

Volusia County New Smyrna Beach Cam

Cape Canaveral Cam

SurfGuru Jetty Park Port Canaveral Surf Cam and Report

SurfGuru Cocoa Beach North Surf Cam and Report

SurfGuru Cocoa Beach Pier Surf Cam and Report

SurfGuru Surf Drive Cocoa Beach Surf Cam and Report

SurfGuru Sidney Fischer Park Surf Cam and Report

Surf Guru Lori Wislon Park Surf Cam and Report

SurfGuru 2nd Light Turtle Beach Surf Cam and Report

SurfGuru RC's Satellite Beach Surf Cam and Report

Surf Guru Indialantic Boardwalk Surf Cam and Report

SurfGuru Melbourne Beach Surf Cam and Report

SurfGuru Spanish House Melbourne Beach Surf Cam and Report

Sebastian Inlet Webcam Sebastian Inlet District

SurfGuru Sebastian Inlet Surf Cam and Report

Vero Beach Cam

SurfGuru Ft. Pierce Inlet

St Lucie Inlet Stuart

SurfGuru Stuart Rocks Jensen

Jupiter Inlet Webcam

SurfGuru Lake Worth Pier

Lake Worth Inlet Webcam

Boca Surf Cam

SurfGuru Pompano Beach Pier

Pompano Beach Webcam Official Website of the City

Islamorada Webcam

Fort Zachary Taylor Key West Webcam

First Light Insite offers an interactive "Good Morning" live camera view and good morning shout out! Love to stop in here in the am.

Surf Guru has a plethora of beach condition, surf report, shoreline information on the site and is a great place to visit when checking the weather, forecast, surf and beach conditions in Florida. We listed the cameras to get a quick peek at beach conditions before heading out surf fishing but they do have short advertisements.

This should cover the bases enough to get a quick look at surf and beach conditions along Florida's East Coast, Tight Lines!

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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Everything Has a Beginning Florida East Coast Surf Fishing


To everything there is a beginning. Origin stories are timeless, classic, full of trial, courage, and outcome. Each individual has one. A start to life, a path, a journey. Our story began in April of 1989.

The travels of being are what one makes of them. How humans choose to be seen, interact with others, or which selection of tasks one has tried or accomplished. All people test the waters of life and hope the stone they cast isn't too big for the pond. We have set up residence many places throughout the United States, went where adventures led us, held numerous employment positions, raised a family, and have been blessed to meet an incredible number of people, engage with them, and discover the multitude of beginnings each had experienced. We have found a confident rebirth of fortitude, responsibility, and drive as of late. It is worth noting as there have always been the elements of corruption, underhandedness, and greed in this world. "Let your light shine before men that they may see your good deeds, and Praise Your Father in Heaven" Matthew 5:16.

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The idea of Florida East Coast Surf Fishing began in the Spring of 2019. We fish. We also stop to interact with other anglers as opportunity arises. A pattern of sorts emerged between April and June. Fishermen began stating how it would be nice to fish with others but didn't know where to find anglers in the area. We started searching the Internet for key words we thought relevant and came up dismayed. The key words we used were of course, Florida East Coast Surf Fishing.

We created the Facebook group as a hub, Twitter because doesn't everyone have a Twitter, and random other social media sites to compliment. We then bought a Go Pro and started YouTube to show surf fishing for regular people as mainly we saw professionals or celebrities fishing, catching only monsters. That can breed insecurity and hesitation in those wishing to surf fish for the first time or who wish to reenter the saltwater scene and since we have been fishing together 30 years we thought we might be able to help that. See a need, fill a need. Stayin Salty and Casting a Wide Net! We decided to always show whatever we caught and encourage others to get out of the house with their families and go fishing. Connecting Anglers One Fish At a Time =)

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Many anglers started asking us about our rigs. We have always made them ourselves and never had given them much thought. Around the same time we had gotten quite busy and found our tackle box very low on fishing supplies. We began traveling to Bait Shops and searching the Internet for saltwater fishing rigs, Pompano rigs to have a few extra for back-up. What we found was dismal at best and certainly not quality. If we found a rig close to acceptable, it would have faulty hooks, incorrect line, or improper floats and beads or none at all. We decided to make our own to then sell for others, just exactly the ones we use ourselves. As we researched, we noticed many who didn't use what they sold and were confused by it. This was the motivation used to take a chunk of savings and invest in components on the large scale. We named the shorter rigs we use in Mosquito Lagoon and the Indian River, River Drops and the longer ones for surf fishing, Long Drops. The Double Drop Pompano Rigs are exactly the ones we have been using for years.

Since we ordered the components and began making the Pompano Rigs, we have found two other individuals who also make this product on Florida's East Coast. These are good quality rigs as well but different than the ones we make. We believe there is room in the market for selection. You can't have a stone too big for the ocean.

There is a good sized learning curve with shipping, mass construction, and small business. We are pushing through it all and will see where it comes out, but plan to list our surf fishing rigs for sale within the next two weeks. Yet another adventure. 

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We wanted to leave some tidbits, observances, and ideas we have discovered along these 50 plus years, there is still so much to explore, navigate, and grasp.

Some of what have we learned along the way. First and foremost to never be afraid. Fear tactics are now, will be, and have been utilized across the globe in family settings, fear of loss marketing strategy, or in employment arenas. Know and accept yourself, not only for what you currently are but what you also strive to be. Letting insecurity die is wise and allows for prosperity to replace it. 

The age of the Internet has introduced a whole new anonymous factor for individuals to explore. Mob mania, jealousy, and often extreme negativity abound but look closer for the positive, attempt to add to it as you surf the net, maybe we will eventually drown it all out. No one is ever sure about the next step, but standing still never gets you anywhere =)

Florida East Coast Surf Fishing
Wallace Haile aka Muddog357
Stephanie Haile aka Wavecritter



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A quick story we heard once that has helped along the way to better understand life's work, "A man received a job from God to use his wheelbarrow to haul a stone up the hill for a foundation. As he began rolling his load, a friend stopped him and asked could he also take his stone up as it was clear that was his destination. Of course said the man and they loaded his wheelbarrow. Two more neighbors requested the same and the man agreed. Halfway up the hill the man began to complain to God about the heavy load. God simply replied "I would never give you more than you can carry". 

God Bless =)



Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Florida Bass Conservation Center


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The Florida Bass Conservation Center, Floridas largest fish hatchery, is located in Webster, Sumter County, Florida. The Richloam State Fish Hatchery has been the occupant of this site since 1965 and holds this division of Florida Fish and Wildlife. They are responsible for supplying largemouth bass, crappie, catfish, bream, triploid grass carp, striped bass and sunshine bass to Florida's fresh waters. Florida has 6 species of bass throughout the state but this facility stocks only the unique Florida Largemouth Bass. The FBCC is set up to produce over 6 million fish annually equivalent to $12 million. Since 2008, they stock about 4.3 million fish annually.

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The Florida Bass Conservation Center property houses 62 ponds, one of which is fishing catch and release. A free self guided tour adds to a fun list of day trips in Florida for all. The visitors center is full of fish and fishing information, education, conservation, hatchery, and 1700 gallon aquarium! Pre-scheduling large groups or student field trips is a must. The Visitor's Center is open Mon through Friday from 9am to 3pm except holidays.

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Thursday, October 17, 2019

Cocoa Beach Pier Cocoa Beach Florida


Cocoa Beach Pier Cocoa Beach Florida, once called Canaveral Pier was the 1st Home of Ron Jon Surf Shop Florida in 1962.

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The pier hosted the Easter Surf Festival from 1964 for fifty years and many national and international surf stars have performed there. Cocoa Beach is known as the “Small Wave Capital of the World”.

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Today, Cocoa Beach Pier is a bustling ball of energy every sunny Florida day.

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 Ample parking space directly in front of the Cocoa Beach pier for a fee but this area can fill up quickly during peek season.

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The friendly, helpful, and informative attendants are available to answer any questions and direct newcomers to ease their daily planning. Love the locals!

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A "must sea" raised wall creation at Trader Ricks Marketplace right next to the Cocoa Beach Pier.

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The Cocoa Beach Pier runs 800 feet over the Atlantic Ocean and ends with the Rikki Tiki Tavern. An overlook bar that fills the senses. Surfing, swimming, sunning, singles, family's, and surf fishing only begin to list the activity on Cocoa Beach at the historic pier.

Florida East Coast Surf Fishing Connecting Anglers One Fish at a Time! Stayin Salty and Castin a Wide Net!

CU on the Beach!


Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Ron Jon Surf Shop "One Of A Kind" Cocoa Beach, Florida


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Ron Jon Surf Shop the majestic icon stamped deeply into the coquina of Cocoa Beach's foundation. A 1959 concept emerged as a father explained simple capitalism to his son.  You want 1, buy 3, and sell 2 for a profit. This tale of the need for a surfboard is as iconic as the original Ron Jon Surf Shop in Ship Bottom, Long Island Beach, New Jersey.  

Ron DiMenna and John Spodofora opened the original Ron Jon's in 1961. In 1962, Ron Jon Surf Shop Canaveral Pier had arrived. 

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Dick Catri later acquired the spot with Shagg’s Surf Shop and the odyssey of today's Ron Jon Surf Shop began to find its way to the launchpad.

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Ron Jon Surf Shop houses imagination, contemplation, and discovery for the masses roaming upper and lower walkways in the heart of the building. 

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Some get lost in the wonderings and dreams amped-up as they drift the rows locating the glass elevator wishing the ride was a bit longer.

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A stroll around the perimeter is breathtaking at night as the glow paints a wonderland of illusion.

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The 52,000 square foot flagship store in Cocoa Beach operates 365 days a year, and, since 1992 is open 24 hours a day. The stores have been offering stickers as a gift with purchase since the mid-to-late 1960s. A brilliant marketing decision and one of the reasons why the iconic image is known throughout the world (a Ron Jon sticker was rumored to be found on the Eiffel Tower in Paris).

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Ronald DiMenna has experienced a colorful yet veiled adventure riding the waves of this world. A great stone creates far reaching waves, the waves move the sand, and change begins. 




Matt Higgins has penned an incredible story if you need a deeper glance into the life and style of Ron DiMenna: The long, strange tale of Ron DiMenna.

Oh, and you know the location ... on the corner of 520 and A-1-A under the rotating sign in Cocoa Beach just like the DJ said =)

Florida East Coast Surf Fishing Connecting Anglers One Fish At a Time! 
Stayin Salty and Castin a Wide Net! CU on the Beach



Thursday, October 10, 2019

Florida East Coast Surf Fishing Announcement


Unfortunately, Florida East Coast Surf Fishing has chosen to end its association with or affiliation of SWAG Salt Water Action Gear and its employee due to differences in our core family values. God Bless and Thank you, Florida East Coast Surf Fishing.

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Color Names for Artificial Baits Fishing in Saltwater or Freshwater


Color Names for Artificial Baits Fishing in Saltwater or Freshwater

The assortment of artificial baits, plastic baits, lures, top water poppers and bottom fishing worms to choose from could easily fill a large lake. But we are going to challenge your mind with the color spectrum naming division of the artificial bait industry. Who has secured the most creative, enticing color names in the business? Who is the most clever color name manufacturer in the fishing industry? And the question for the ages, which color is the most effective?

Tom Mann sold a slew of colored worms. When asked which he preferred said, "I will fish any color worm, as long as it is black." Bill Dance answered the question with "Any color will work as long as it is blue."

Let's begin with a short list of incredible engineers of artificial bait that we have run across in our fishing travels. We have placed them in Alphabetical Order, no preference intended.





Often artificial bait is multicolored. The term laminate means dual color top and bottom and adding this option multiplies the consumer choice greatly. Navigating through the collection of companies and lure/artificial bait choices is not a possibility we intend to maneuver for this post. We also do not intend to go into the when's or how's of artificial baits and lures. Besides, that has been covered fully by professionals elsewhere on the internet. We are here to talk color and color name coolness.

Food, spice, candy, cloth pattern, inanimate or themed objects, the color names used by artificial fishing bait and lure companies pull from everything from Crayola and Sherwin Williams to Versace and What's for Dinner.

The BassReaper Bait CO 5" Morbid Minnow 6 pack includes Blue Back Herring Laminate, Watermelon Red Ghost Laminate, Green Pumpkin, Watermelon Red Flake. Not your "Garden-variety" simple hues but a melded fabrication of pigmentation.

BassReaper Morbid Minnow "Blue Black Herring Laminate"
BassReaper Morbid Minnow "Blue Black Herring Laminate"

The BassReaper I-Sickle 5.7" 10 pack (floating) colors number among them Disco Melon, Grape Soda, Green Pumpkin, Harvest, Ice Blue, Moondust, Morning Magic, and Perch. Conjures the prediction of success.

BassReaper I-Sickle "Morning Magic"
BassReaper I-Sickle "Morning Magic"

The BassReaper 4" Warlocks 7 pack comes in Black & Blue / Electric Blue Flake, Black Neon, Crawdad Laminate, Green Pumpkin, Spawn and more.

BassReaper Warlock "Black&Blue/Electric Blue Flake"
BassReaper Warlock "Black&Blue/Electric Blue Flake"

The Berkley Gulp! Saltwater Jerk Shad colors include Molting, Root Beer Gold, Sapphire Shine, Smelt, Sweet N Sour Chicken, and Watermelon Red Glitter. The Gulp! Saltwater Jerk Shad come sized 5in. or 6in.

Berkley Gulp! Saltwater Jerk Shad "Molting"
Berkley Gulp! Saltwater Jerk Shad "Molting"

The Berkley Gulp! Swimming Mullet come in Camo, Chartreuse Pepper Neon, Curried Chicken, Firetiger, New Penny, and Pink Shine among others. The Gulp! Mullet is sized from 3in. to 6in.

Berkley Gulp! Swimming Mullet "Camo"
Berkley Gulp! Swimming Mullet "Camo"

Fishbites Fish'n Strips is our Go-To artificial bait of choice surf fishing Florida's East Coast. Fishbites comes in clam, crab, shrimp, and sand flea scents as well as a color selection of Chartreuse, Electric Chicken, Flesh, Flesh/Pink, Orange, Pink, Power Lime, and Yellow (Clam and Crab have the prefix Long Lasting and Sand Flea is dual color).

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Fishbites Fish'n Strips Shrimp "Flesh"

Fishbites Fish'n Strips
Fishbites Fish'n Strips

Fishbites Fish Club Lures 3.5" Fight'N Shrimp colors are intransitive verb phrases or verbs used with an object like Beat Down, Busted Lip, Knock Out, Lights Out, Smack Down, TKO, and White Knuckle. Each word couple elicits a tone or complexion.

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Fishbites Fish Club Fight'N Shrimp. Color below is "Busted Lip"
Fish Bites Fish Club Lures 3.5" Fight'N Shrimp

Some companies don't have lure type color selection, what they offer is a finished product with an awesome "color" name. MarTease Lures is just such a company. Their claim to fame is custom lures crafted with care. MarTease also offers a storefront. A ready to order selection of lures complete with vibrant names. Cotton Candy, Candied Minnow, Sun Fire, Stripes, and Lemon Meringue to list a few. Tasty names for incredible lures.

MarTease Lures "Stripes"
MarTease Lures "Stripes"

MarTease Lures "Cotton Candy"
MarTease Lures "Cotton Candy"

MarTease Lures "Lemon Meringue"
MarTease Lures "Lemon Meringue"

We have included a blend of freshwater and saltwater artificial fishing bait. We are old enough to remember when anglers who fished the surf almost exclusively used live or cut bait. But when we were very young, we wanted to use our fathers lures fishing the saltwater. We both recall drooling over them as they lay waiting in the slots of a tackle box. They are memories we shared early in our relationship and still laugh about today as more saltwater lures come to the marketplace.

Anglers from across the globe have been searching for the elusive color, the mystical hue, the shade of triumph. Individuals, Companies, and Testing Firms have all run studies on the color artificial bait should be. Evidence from color testing is inconclusive, and there is no one color that works for everyone or every region. Individual anglers have favorites and regionally those angler favorites differ. If there was a "magic" color, the secret would be out by now and not one new artificial bait would be created that wasn't that color. If bass have a favorite color, they're not speaking up.

While we only use artificial lures about 20% of the time, the few who have mastered them are a joy to watch. Our hope is through viewing, we will get that 20% up a ways. Some of the individuals with instructional and entertaining knowledge in the fishing arena include but are certainly not limited to:







So, Who has secured the most creative, enticing color names in the business? Who is the most clever color name manufacturer in the fishing industry? And the question for the ages, which color is the most effective? These questions are for the individual angler to answer. Let minnow!

Full disclosure, we are not affiliated with any company listed here. While this article contains facts and truth, this article also houses our personal opinion and observation of artificial bait color and performance. No fish were harmed in the writing of this article.  Also, we prefer blue =)

Stayin' Salty and Castin' a Wide Net
Florida East Coast Surf Fishing

Monday, October 7, 2019

NOAA Report a Stranded or Injured Marine Animal US Links




NOAA includes a link for the Dolphin and Whale 911 app

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Wildlife Alert Hotline
Phone: (888) 404-FWCC (888-404-3922) 

Many More Contacts listed


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Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Rusty's Seafood and Oyster Bar in Port Canaveral Florida


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Rusty's Seafood and Oyster Bar located in Port Canaveral, Florida occupies a special place in the hearts of many Floridians. We, and many others from Brevard County, have been enjoying the relaxing atmosphere of Rusty's since the opening in 1992. A "come as you are" family style restaurant, their motto is Relax, it's Rusty's. 

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Almost enough said until mouths water even before entering the windowed expanse of the main dining area. The seared, steamed, and braised seafood bouquet wafts through the parking lot all the way around the breezy seating near the tropical Tiki Bar. The deck sports incredible saltwater views, fishing charter boats, and the chance to capture snapshots of Florida wildlife.

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The Oysters on the Half Shell, Seared Ahi Tuna, or Smoked Fish Dip appetizers each compliment the Mahi-Philly, House Special Sirloin, and Baked Stuffed Grouper swimmingly. We recommend getting the Key Lime Pie with your meal, your taste buds won't want to miss this perfect flavor explosion.

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The service is second to absolute none. In the four or five visits each year to Rusty's Seafood and Oyster Bar since their opening, not once have we experienced less than stellar service. Thank you Rhett and Rusty for keeping the level of excellence in service as high as the quality in freshness of the seafood. Our latest Rusty's feast was attended by Blane, a savvy professional quick on wit, extra plates, and fresh coffee.

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Rusty's Seafood and Oyster Bar is open from 11am to 10pm Monday through Friday and 8am to 10:30pm Saturday through Sunday. Location: 628 Glen Cheek Drive,
Cape Canaveral, FL 32920
Phone. 321-783-2033

Stayin' Salty and Castin' a Big Net!
Florida East Coast Surf Fishing