Fishing Report from For Shore Fishing.
This week’s broadcast of the Chevy Florida Insider Fishing Report will feature kids fishing. I think we all can agree getting a child started early in the sport of fishing can lead to a life long passion. This week’s show will focus on giving children the opportunity to fish and the many ways to interest them in the sport. As usual with the Chevy Florida Fishing report, tackle and fishing related outdoor gear designed for child anglers will be featured as well.
Anglers will want to tune in to hear the latest fishing reports as well as tips and techniques from the regional guides for promoting a child’s interest and passion for the sport. Just because the show’s subject happens to be child anglers, doesn’t mean you might not learn a trick or two.
The Chevy Florida Insider Fishing Report is now in its 13th season. The show airs weekly and is hosted by Capt. Rick Murphy. He is joined by his co-host Brie Gabrielle and co-host Capt. Dave Ferrell. Together they will feature techniques, tips, and tackle to catch sharks throughout various regions of the state.
Each week the show always highlights a particular gamefish or topic and gives anglers tips and techniques to successfully pursue that species or topic. The show also showcases new tackle, techniques, and other outdoors related products throughout the show.
The show also features a statewide regional roundup of fishing reports from nine areas of the state each week. Each region features a professional fishing guide that gives a rundown of what bite is hot that week and where. Bios on the show’s hosts and crew along with the regional area guides can be found at this link. (chevy-florida-insider-fishing-report-crew).
The show airs this Thursday at 7:00 pm and 10:30 pm on Sun Sports/FOX Sports Florida. That’s channel 31 if you have Brighthouse Networks in Polk County. If you miss Thursday’s broadcasts, the show repeats again on Friday at 11:30 am and again on Saturday at 9:30 am.
More information can be found at Chevy Florida Insider Fishing Report’s website.
“May your lines be tight and your shake off’s and break off’s memorable.”