SWC Red Drum Classic

SWC Red Drum Classic

by Jennifer Stegura October 15, 2018 0 Comments

Skinny Water Culture is very proud to announce the 1st Annual Red Drum Classic! Going down November 9th & 10th at The Local Market in beautiful Destin, FL! All ages & skill […]

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12/9 SWC Christmas Bash!

by Jennifer Stegura November 27, 2017 0 Comments

Skinny Water Culture warmly invites you & your family to come celebrate our favorite event of the year!! For our 10th Annual Skinny Water Culture/ Hardcore Fly Tying Christmas Bash, we

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Last Minute Plans

by Skinny Water Culture July 12, 2017 0 Comments

By Adam Mailliez

Covered in hydraulic fluid from head to toe and frustrated for missing a perfect day on the water – that is how my Saturday started.
Not exactly the best start to the weekend, but it happens, just had to roll with it and before I knew it was time to get cleaned up and get ready for a gathering of friends at Jeff’s house. We get to let the kids play and enjoy some drinks while telling fishing stories well into the night. These gatherings don’t happen nearly enough but they are always a good time. We arrived, and I was still frustrated about my broken boat and my lack of time and ability to fix it, I thought that it meant no fishing Sunday either.

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The Scum Pond Chronicles

by Skinny Water Culture June 21, 2017 0 Comments

By: Will Korte

People will do some crazy things for fish, in the case of my friends and I it means using GPS imagery to try to find salt ponds and other isolated bodies of water where baby tarpon, snook and others lurk. When you find the angling version of a hole in the wall restaurant, epic fishing adventures can ensue.

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When it rains in June

by Skinny Water Culture June 06, 2017 0 Comments

By: Capt. Royce Dahnke (@realtrippymahi)

 

Fly fishing false albacore in the panhandle.

During late May and early June rain can bring some of the most action pact mornings a fly fisherman could possibly ask for. We’re not talking about ordinary rain showers, but more on the lines of acres and acres of rain.

After these rains, minnows cloud out the crystal clear waters of the northwest Florida coast, and following very close behind them are thousands of bonito aka false albacore or as the old schoolers used to call them little tunny.

 

These high speed little bruisers are dialed in on the abundance of food stretched for miles right off the beach and they are willing to eat every rain minnow in their way. As all the meat hunters in the panhandle area head out on their 30+ footers to chase king mackerel and red snappers many of them pass up a very underrated fish.

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SWC Ditch Kids Week Two

by Jenn Stegura June 05, 2017 0 Comments

Welcome to week two Skinny Water Culture Ditch Kids!

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Pitted

by Skinny Water Culture June 02, 2017 0 Comments

By: Jason Fernandez

I am completely and utterly consumed with fishing, there’s not one cohesive/coherent thought that traverses my mind on a daily basis that doesn’t originate or conclude with angling.

Since last year’s commitment to chase what swims as a career, it’s been what I imagine to be a big wave surfers quest to conquer the pipelines. Not just once, but on a consistent basis.

It’s no easy task, but what’s triumph without risk – there are no guarantees. Either stand beach side or paddle out and “wuhhh-pahhh, get pitted”. The time and money I’ve put in has been more than worth it.

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SWC Ditch Kids Week One

by Jake Hunter May 30, 2017 0 Comments

Welcome Skinny Water Culture Ditch Kids! We’re so excited to have a program running all summer to encourage you guys to do great things in your […]

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Do’s and Don’ts of DIY Flats Fishing

by Skinny Water Culture May 26, 2017 0 Comments

By: Sam Collett (@collettjsam)

Photos by: Sam Collett & Ty Hibbs (@whatever_bites)

I’ve developed a bi-annual habit of leaving the southeast Louisiana mud, assembling a band of equally mental friends (and understanding girlfriends) and making a trip to somewhere tropical to wade fish.

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Black Fly on Mustad

by Skinny Water Culture May 22, 2017 0 Comments

By: Court Douthit

It’s that time of year again, when several of us start burning the candle at both ends. That means tarpon fishing at night around lighted structure, dawn missions for rolling fish and of course being out there from 10 a.m. to 2 or 3 p.m. whenever possible to take advantage of the high sun angle.

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Fishing the Flats The Mac Dill Air Force Base

by Skinny Water Culture April 25, 2017 0 Comments

 

The flats around the Mac Dill air force base have been off limits to boating and fishing since the events of September 11th, 2001. Since then the flats have been no-mans land and every seasoned bay area angler would be keen on any opportunity to drop a line. I opened a message from one of the guys at Operation Home Shores saying that they were opening the gates so to speak and allowing the public to fish the flats for a day. I needed to know more. I was then filled in with all the details required In order to participate in a day of fishing around the base.

 

I needed a few things: 1. Notify them of my desire to participate in the event, 2. Who my passengers will be, and 3. A background check on each attendee. The first person to come to mind was a cousin of mine that also happens to be Combat Arms Trainer at Mac Dill and owner of RK Training Dynamics.

Our sons are the same age so we often spoke of making a fishing trip happen, and the time was finally upon us. I called him up and we discussed a third member and quickly agreed his father-in-law would join us as well.

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3rd Annual Skinny Water Culture Paddle Craft Tournament

by Shane Alexander April 11, 2017 0 Comments

What a fantastic weekend of weather for the 3rd Annual Skinny Water Culture Paddle Craft Tournament & the 14th Annual Shark Bite Challenge & Paddle Fest !

Attendee’s traveled near and far to be in beautiful Dunedin, FL, April 7th for the Welcome Party on the back patio of Kelly’s Chic-a-Boom Room . I personally loved overhearing everyone discussing their game plans for Saturday, sharing memories from prior years, and watching the casting challenge run by Captain Court Douthit.

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3rd Annual Paddle Craft Tournament

by Vince Stegura February 17, 2017 0 Comments

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Surf Expo 2017

by Jenn Stegura January 29, 2017 0 Comments

Hey Fam!

Traveling back from Surf Expo 2017 in Orlando today and wanted to share with you guys some great news! Firstly, we had a great time at the show meeting with our incredible dealers, in addition, to meeting so many new dealers.

Our team has also expanded! We’re so proud to announce the addition of a powerhouse salsa loving duo of Sonia & Orlando! Stay tuned for Icast guys we’re going to be coming strong with new products already in development.

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ENP or Bust

by Chris Smith March 20, 2016 0 Comments

While timing and planning is always an important consideration, it often weighs too heavily on the mind and soul. Places and activities we have set apart for enjoyment are often […]

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February’s HCFT Tie One Off Challenge

by Dustin Pack February 05, 2016 0 Comments

Welcome to February’s Tie One Off challenge. Remember, in order to be eligible for the prize you must be signed up for our SWC Newsletter. You can sign up under the […]

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Decembers HCFT Tie One Off Challenge

by Dustin Pack December 04, 2015 0 Comments

Welcome to Decembers HCFT Tie One Off challenge. We are changing things up a bit this month. Due to the overwhelming response we’ve had to this little giveaway we’ve been […]

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Wednesdays Are For Wondering Pt. 1

by Chris Smith November 30, 2015 0 Comments

A dry boat meets the water and the day’s worries are left behind. The trailer creeks and clunks every mile until its rest. The screech of metal taught friction from […]

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November’s HCFT Tie One Off Challenge

by Dustin Pack November 06, 2015 0 Comments

Welcome to November”s Tie One Off challenge. Remember, in order to be eligible for the prize you must be signed up for our SWC Newsletter. You can sign up under the […]

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Steinhatchee Pumpkin Patch

by Andrew Palau October 05, 2015 0 Comments

Most bachelor parties include strippers swinging on poles and an absurd amount of alcohol, followed by a head banging hangover the following morning.  With J.C. getting married later this month, […]

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An Onion Ring Kind Of Love

by Carlos Baz September 25, 2015 0 Comments

I do not think it much of a leap at all to say that the onion ring could be one the most polarizing fried treats to ever adorn a restaurant menu. Oft […]

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September’s HCFT Tie One Off Challenge

by Dustin Pack September 04, 2015 0 Comments

Welcome to September’s Tie One Off challenge. Remember, in order to be eligible for the prize you must be signed up for our SWC Newsletter. You can sign up under […]

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Smile factory.

by Chris Smith August 20, 2015 0 Comments

I’ve Found it odd, within the last couple of months I’ve seemed to have developed a love for watching people catch fish. More so in real life and in person […]

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August’s Hardcore Fly Tying Tie One Off Challenge

by Dustin Pack August 07, 2015 0 Comments

Welcome to August’s Tie One Off challenge. Remember, in order to be eligible for the prize you must be signed up for our SWC Newsletter. You can sign up under […]

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