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"saint pete jim fobel" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

12:45 min | 2 years ago

"saint pete jim fobel" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Of real animals Saturday, captain, Mike, Michael Anderson, along with my good friend, captain Randy Rachelle, his nephew Paulo. Also joining us in studio this morning, as I mentioned a little earlier, we've got the real animals podcasts out. Now, they're able on apple podcasts, Stitcher. Tune in Google play an R I, Tampa Bay dot com. Remember to subscribe rate and review a good number of you have been going to the podcast. And I thank you for that keep checking them out, and we'll keep trying to bring them to you. Let's go to the phones here. Check in with is it vivid? Yeah. Okay. I right. Good. Nice job. Nice job. Reggie. How are you this one? This is scary. How are you guys? This is my boss. Let's your boss. That's not scary at all of vivid. We're gonna need some dirt. Dude. Give me some ammo, buddy. No problem. You'd be better longer show. There's a lot of dirty. Good morning. Good morning. So I've been working with Randy. And it's a pleasure to know that we have treasure, and I did not know about Randy's talents under recently. Okay. So wonderful to hear you guys on the radio. And I just wanted to call and greet you guys in the morning. Appreciate it very much. Thank you for tuning. Thank you with with you. That means I think we have like six listeners this morning. So that's that's perfect. Thank you for calling in. But yeah. So do you work you work downtown to downtown still working downtown, it, Hillsborough county, planning and growth management? Yes, sir. May will be thirty years really mates will be vivid Q put up with him for thirty years. No, I've known Randy just a two and a half years. Okay. I got you. I was going to say you put up for thirty years. Let me get you some kind of a ward or some. Yeah. It gets you in the hunt two and a half. But if you've thirty years, do, that's that's crazy. Good. That's interesting. Nice. All right. Right. Well, listen, Dan. I'm enjoying your podcast. And it's really a pleasure Vivica. I'm gonna give you a piece of advice. Okay. For you. And all of your your fellow employees there that we're could Hillsborough county planning growth management with Randy. Okay. So little secret. Not everybody knows it. Randy actually works. Best under pressure. If you're giving him a hard time all day. He works better. Have a great day to Colin yet. Yep. Power grid. Pretty funny. That is funny. That is funny since I already do that too. Oh, boy, I do that to a lot of my captains on the dock where we're having a big charity event or something going on, you know, the Hillsborough county tournament or the hills registration foundation tournament or whatever the gator builders tournament. I get the host he's tournaments and as we're loading captains you tell the people. Okay. You know, you're with your with captain Ryan Rickard today. And I'm like, listen, we'll secret Ryan fishes better. If you give him a hard time, if you just sit there and catch fish and smile, he's only Fanta. But if you give him a hard time he's really good then he gets into his game. Really throw your old boys under the bus. Tell you. What puts me under pressure is when somebody steps on the boat and said, I've told all my family. We're having a big fish fry after today. You know, what I tell them? I tell them right. Then I go you just jinxed yourself. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Worked for a long. That's the kiss a death. Let's get our safe boating tip of the week check in with our good friend. I'm Jim Fogel. Jimmy. How are you brother? Great. Good morning, Mike. Randy and Paulo how you guys good morning. Yeah. Good. Good. Good. I am thanks for inviting me to work with you guys. Only eleven by the way. Eighteen. The day's coming out there on okay? Okay. Then you're going to be in studio on may eighteen Kirk. Yes, I think you'll you may be here with mister Mahoney. Actually. Okay. Maybe here mister Mahoney. I think I'm gonna be in Atlanta in the AT L for a college showcase for my daughter. But we will. We'll keep you posted on that cool today. I wanna talk about paddlers we've talked about paddlers before. But last weekend, I watched a couple of guys just paneling merrily down the middle of the channel out here. And I'm not kidding you. That is a dangerous thing. Paddlers you are both here just slower not quite as expensive as some of these parables. We've got. You know, whether you're a seasonal paddler or year round paddler are nudity activity here. There's some tips that you need to really follow number one where your life jacket and carry a whistle. Leash your panels. If that thing rolls over if some wake or wave not show out, and you lose that paddle you're in you're in deep trouble. Carrie flashlight with you just in case, you get stuck after dark where booties are sneakers. So that when you fall off or jump off you don't land on that moisture shell and this one. And they make such great like little zip on booties late with the most hard rubber bottom. You'll puncture proof that comfortable can get them. Wet. Yep. Shell one time. Mess up. You're not sure day. But you're mutt. Yeah. For sure. Competent swimmer. Please learn to swim, or at least where that lifejacket all the time panel with others. You know, it's a whole lot easier to see a group or gaggle than it is to say just one person pedaling along learn how to self rescue make sure you know, how to roll at board back over our that kayak back over and get back in it. Learn how to toe another board in case, you get in trouble or another kayak, if they, you know, have a problem. No, you're Naveh rules. Like, I said you are a boat. You are required to follow the rules. Just like everybody else and understand where you're going take a look if you're going someplace new take a look on a chart or something, you know, no the elements in the hazards, make sure you look at the winds. You know, if the winds are coming out of the west in the afternoon, and you've got to paddle back west on the way, home, you better save a little energy because it sure gonna take more getting home for sure. Be defensive cross channels when you need to. But look and make sure you got plenty of time. And don't say in that channel have bright colored paddlers the first thing a powerboat or sees up ahead is the flash of the paddles and your shirt don't wear dark shirts and blue like a blue Cam. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Gosh. I mean, really you want to be seen. It's like being out in the woods on the. You know, blue Kim on a blue camel board with a blue cammo, paddle. Yeah. Definitely definitely recipe for failure. And take a boater skills course, like I said, you are a boater you need to understand all about all kinds of boats, and you need to take. That course for sure good stuff. Jimmy. Thank you guys. Appreciate your time. And for the coastguard on in Saint Pete Jim fobel be safe out there. Thank you, brother. Thank you so much whether we appreciate your effort on these things we really do. Good stuff right there. Captain. Jim fogel. Give us a safe, boating. Tip of you ever Ben out there and seeing I mean, you spend a lot of time in the water you ever seen anything crazy ever had to rescue anybody. Tell you one of the craziest things I've ever. So we were heading out one evening to go. Do a night time mangrove snapper trip. We're heading out Bunce's pass. And I'm going probably twenty five twenty twenty-five somewhere near not going real fast. But, you know, get out the pass, and I passed at first one I thought was a coconut. I look back in a scene arm in. So I circled back around. It's a girl swim in between almost out at the end of the past in between the beaches, and I said. Do you need any help? And she says, no, she said, I'm just swimming. I said, do you know, how close I came to killing you just now I said, I can't see you. And she says, but I could see you as what good does that do if you get run over if you're over by boat us, and she said, I said, why don't you hop on a boat, and I'll take you. She says I can't say I don't have any clothes on. Oh, okay. Well, there you go. But I couldn't have been I couldn't have been two or three feet away from her. When I went by. That's crazy. She didn't wave nothing. I think she'd been touched by the spirit's a little bit. Oh, okay. So yeah, it's one of the one of the craziest things I saw I've been out when I think four boats sank right in front of me and one of them was palladino. Oh, okay. We're gonna king fish tournament. And he wasn't very far away from me. He radioed in his boat was going down his his through his transducer broke out of the bottom of the boat. And that big old forty two went down quick, man. That would be my the one that they might want to let go to the bottom, right? You know, it's interesting kept. Mario Casella my buddy from up in crystal river. He's he's rescued a couple of different people. You know, where he's been on the water and looked to Crosby like those people waving at me and kind of stroll that way I was like sure enough, and they're they are, you know, on on their Ingo coolers floating, or they're, you know, standing on their whole that's turned upside down and capsized and waving and trying to get he's rescued a couple of different people. Yeah. Found this out in between one markets one two in the Whistler, and he was just floating out there. And I pulled up and said Where'd you boat? He goes, I don't know. I thought it was anchored right here. And I said, well, who's in Yuba with these nobody I said, well, you know, I got him into boat. And I said, you know, I knew what way the wind current Wisconsin. Let's go we found this boat almost two miles away. You know, and he's out there have been a bad swim. I don't get this whole going diving by yourself thing. Yeah. For sure I don't go. Well, you shouldn't. I shouldn't do that. That's a no brainer. I will tell you something else. Just to you know, service announcement to you know, we were unfortunately, I was on the water on Monday when when? Penelas county deputies in a charter cat buddy of mine of who unfortunately was in the wrong place or the right place, depending on which side of Iran. But he brought a jumper in two O'neil. No. Yeah. You know, so just as a programming note mint. If you're having a bad day things ain't going, right? I get it all, but, you know, get some help talk to somebody just pick pick a vote and talk to somebody hit call me, if you want to, you know, I'll talk to you. But just you know, that's just a real sad situation to see that, you know, happen to be on the dock cleaning some fish, and we had just come in. And I saw the fire breast Q boat, go out, and I told my guys will, unfortunately, it's probably a jumper. And that's what it was. Yes. You that it happens? Too often. Yeah. It happens to like once a week. I think the really something. That's so many good services out there. I'd like to see them even do more publicity numbers and stuff like that where you can go talk to somebody. Yeah. For sure just you know, never make that choice. Like, I said, there's a lot of people out there willing to help you, you know, bad tough times fall on us all so we're a lot of people out there that understand it and can can help you through it. So get some help for sure we're going to check in with our good friend, captain LIZA FitzGerald CCA, Florida star tournament director because the star tournament is coming up. I was at the Polk County CCA banquet on Thursday night going to be at the Tampa banquet next Thursday night. So for the Tampa chapter so lots of good CCA stuff coming up. We'll also talk to Donald in lutes on the other side, talk and fish mccown. Randy Rachelle, we'll be back nine seventy WFL..

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"saint pete jim fobel" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

12:50 min | 2 years ago

"saint pete jim fobel" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Here headed into our final hour a real animals Saturday. Larry mastery, master's, bait and tackle is my guest here this morning, talking fish and things are definitely good out there. I am assuming captain Richard Seward was probably at the boat rampant as that sun was coming up. He probably had to roll and giddy up on his bait or giddy up on some fish. So hopefully, we'll get caught up with him either later in this show or tomorrow and see how his bite is let's rattle through a couple here as we are big segment here. Let's go to Allan in Tampa. Alan, how're you. Hello, I'm here. Okay. Come on talk to me. Yes, I go crabbing and allows on on my own boat dock. Okay. Club traps, and I can't seem to get the right bait. I Chicken Neck, sometimes chicken legs. If I can get little deep their I try, but I need to know what really attracts the blue crabs. Well, they're natural their natural bait anyways, Christly thing, but his fish. So we we use a lot of fish heads. Mullet heads that kind of stuff that carcasses. Yeah. Carcasses whatever you could gather up in a fish form. And in a lot of times, you you got to move your traps around, you know, sometimes the depth or where you're placing your traps is productive. We have had people for come in gets crabs will move your trap. You know, this the other fish, and you got to move it around a little bit. Sometimes that makes a difference that makes sense. Yeah. Okay. That sounds good. Now fishing off the dock, I I fish shrimp, all the time. And I don't think to get a decent. Could is there any other betas should be you. You're your shirt shrimps are great. This is a gray. Maybe the way you're rigging. Maybe you're using wire leader. Maybe she goes tile hook directly on your line and put a trip on it and use a split show. Wait where do you live in Tampa? I live in mar. Holes. Mar I'm not sure what the closest bait and tackle store to you is actually. There's I I go to the one on US nineteen a lot the one that's like an agenda. Okay. Still lost. Forty nine street. Okay. Well, here's what here's what you need to you need to take your rod reel take everything in there and show them what you're using and make sure that your rigged up correctly. If they don't help you then find a new tackle store because most of your taco stores, especially your small mom and pop shops. Like, a is like a gator gyms. They want you to catch fish. So that you'll come back. So they're going to help you. How far in Saint Peter's gator, Jim because I don't mind traveling for for gator gyms is all the way down skyline skyway and then masters is right downtown on fourth street, seventeen hundred four street south. Okay. Gyms is is thirty three zero one. Thirty three o one Pinellas point drive, it sure. Last exit before you go over the bridge, it sure, it's your penelas point exit Pinellas point Dr. So last one you'll find. Thirty three Pinellas point. Dr forget her gems seventeen hundred four street south downtown Saint Pete for masters and either way which and here's the other thing you may be fishing in a canal. That's just not productive. I mean, not all canals. Not all salt water canals whole fish, it could be soft bottom. I mean, it just. You know, not that fish don't come in any title flow, brackish water. Who knows it's just depends on especially up there and oldsmar it now you could be you could be on a canal. That's choked full officiant. You're just doing something wrong for sure. But it could be the other way it could be. It's just not a productive channel in the wintertime. It's too shallow. When the water temps, get cold. You know, a lot of canals aren't active all the time. You know, when when you see when you're seeing the mullet in your canal and things like that. It's probably a better time to assume that you'd have fish in there when the jacks if you get the small fry bait around your documents the big schools a Jackson coming up in there. There's a good chance you'll catch some snooker some trout or maybe red fish Fisher to in that canal. Lots of lots of of jumping out of the water constantly. Yeah. And yet chase fish up against the. You gotta you gotta pernicious away. Reagan. That's yeah. It's got to be a rigging. You're seeing fighting over base. Running into the wall. If you're seeing if you're seeing jacks snook mullet all that in your canal. You've got a lively canal, and it's you're doing something wrong. Sooner. Sooner or later, your cat something out there for sure. Get your catfish. Now, dan. There you go. Yeah. Recommended. I don't recommend it. I get to date, and I put it in my crab net. There you go you go perfect. Well, like, I said, you know, get yourself to your local tackle store, tell them. What issues you have and tell them about your canal? They'll point you in the right direction. No doubt about it. Thank you very much guys. Thanks for listening. Great call. Excellent. Call. That's it. I mean, if you know once he said, he's seeing fish activity in his canal. He's got lively canal. So it just doing some wrong. Yeah. That's. You could be the greatest spot in the world be rig wrong. You're gonna do not. Right. No doubt about it. No doubt about it. Let's get are safe, boating. Tip of the week, our good friend, captain. Jim Fogel, Jimmy. How are you brother? Great. Great. Did. Did you guys get the picture of trout this week? I do not. Well, here's an example of of the right place at the right time with the right real, Mr. mastery. Show-me quantum smoke dirty. Insure. Rigged it up for me. Take it home. The first cash the very first practice cast with eight eight eight pounds sled head with a kind of a. Root beer with specially four and a half inch paddle twenty three inch trout, I cast, you know, that's I you know, why that happened. I hear that all the time line went through my hands. When I was putting it is. It's been it's been touched by the grace of Larry. Baptized baptized, the right? It's. Hanging on the wall. Just hang hanging right up on the wall. We'll get Larry to come over and signed his name. He wasn't sure about the line that I put on there. He he really wanted or not he might keep it keep it. Okay. Let's talk about. Boat speed. You know, some of you heard this before, but you have pursue if you're proceeding at thirty knots and you see a boat dead ahead a quarter of a mile now a quarter of a mile. I had closing on you at the same speed. How soon will you meet two minutes? One minute. Thirty seconds her fifteen seconds. The answer is scary fifteen seconds while you're both headed at each other at thirty nine or quarter mile away. Fifteen seconds is all it takes. Coast guard states six real six states at every vessel shall proceed at a safe speed. So they can take proper and effective action to avoid a collision and be stopped within a distance appropriate to the prevailing circumstances that conditions, and you know, it's all relative to the size of the boat. And and where you are and win who are you know, you could be in a seventy five foot Viking offshore running fifty knots in your coffee Cup setting up on the contract and not even wiggling but ten minutes later in that same boat five notch might be too much because of the seas shorts relative to the size of your boat where you are how many people you got on there now. So you've got to be cognizant of that at all times. You know, you want to slow down when you cross wakes and waves you want to cross them at a forty five degree angle. And for goodness sakes, slowdown and adv. Verse conditions. You can't just slap at wide open to run from a storm. You've gotta have a controlled. And remember that you know, it doesn't matter who's to stand down and who's the give way boat. If the other guy doesn't see doesn't care doesn't know rules. Most. You know, and you never wanna approach anything like a dock or at a speed faster than you wanna hit it. Yeah. Yeah. I think that's one of Billy's old. The boat ramp. And you got somebody throwing a four way coming in. Or or if you're at the bridge throwing the net. Right. Well, guys, come running by the bridge. A mike. Yeah, they're gonna they're gonna do that. But a boat ramp. I mean, even at the bridge. I do. You and I might have a conversation. If I catch you doing that at the bridge while I'm there, we you, and I are probably gonna chat, you got all kinds of fun. Yeah. You're going to have. And we try to tell people slow down before you get there. It doesn't do you any good to wait till the last minute to drop down off speed because then you're the back into your boat sinks down the new create a stern wave. That's twice as bad as wave. You had when you're up on a plane for sure. So get down slow down. Remember waiting at bigger rush. Never especially on the water. It's just too many bad things happen. Well, they're enjoying ourselves. And having a good time. I agree. All right, guys. Coastguard Zoe in Saint Pete Jim fobel be safe picture that trout. I wanna see I need some proof. Okay. Healthy. A good friend captain Jim Fogo with our safe boating tip of the week catching big trout right off the docks telling him as a magic touch tone. You master magic. We call it. That's it. Good stuff. It's funny. I wasn't even sure what color debate was. Well, he root beer with a speckling glitter. Go glitter. I guess. Golden bream there. If I was guessing probably a golden breathe good a good color choice. This time of year. Now, do you like how do you where do you stand on the color of the jig head? You know, I've never I've never really had any problems using a red jig head in general. I mean, that's always worked for me. You know, sometimes I'll match. Like, a new penny head or something if it's Gotcha. But you know, if I had a choice read works for me accord natural. A kind of got turned onto lead headed mates unless some fish and dirty water from fishing dirty water than I like to go chartreuse, just because I think you're aiming more for that reaction by versus hunting it down per se, my favorite, color, and plugs. Do really well interesting. So interesting. Whatever you have success with would you have confidence? I was I was filming the show TJ Stewart and TJ was looking at my chartreuse Jake had cross eyed the whole time, and he absolutely kicked my tail with lead had tickets. Let coach gets and I thought, you know, what that makes sense water's clean lead head. I get it. But we were just up at crystal river film, a show of their water was really dirty and chartreuse little color yellow color coming again reaction strike covering a lot of water that seemed to be funny it so Kingfisher and same thing of it put a skirt on this murky. I do what was chartreuse otherwise, I just fish natural. That makes sense. So something to catch your eye on a little bit. Yep. All stuff you've got to think about why you're catching fish phone lines are open Hillsborough.

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"saint pete jim fobel" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"saint pete jim fobel" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Have even numbers on them. And the green marks, of course, have hard numbers on now. If you're out and the ship channel, and you try tying up or even boating to close sometimes to one of those large floating cans out there, you're apt to get in trouble because remember there on a chain or cable that might be forty or fifty feet deep. And if the tides blow in one way or the other pulling one way or the other the chain could be on one side, and the canned could be on the other so driving too close to those can be a problem. If you're a, you know, a deep keelboat. The bottom line is pay attention to those things. And your charts and your chart plotters. You should be able to stay off the ground. That's the plan and should be the plan. Right. Yeah. I mean, I see boaters coming out of a. Oh, the little park near us over here. There's gotta boat ramp. And they just head straight for the middle. Very long, but they do big huge over on the north side of the channel. It's one of the most entertaining things for most charter cabs. If you sit down with a group of charter cubs and say, what's most entertaining thing you see on a regular basis? That's really it could be surprised. Launch into u boat ramps are entertaining. But we'll be sitting on a flat somewhere and you'll be looking at your customers. You're catching you fishy. Like, hey, guys, watch us. He goes watch watch any minute now. Is. Sound? Renner ground, dude, just ran aground and not only is it bad. So the boat and the passengers it's bad for our she grass is absolutely absolutely up the bottom, and it takes years and years and years and years for that torn up bottom to get fixed. Stay in the channel stay out of our seagrass. Thanks, guys. Appreciate the time for coast guard. I've there in Saint Pete Jim fobel be safe out there. Thanks, buddy, talk to you tomorrow. Good.

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"saint pete jim fobel" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"saint pete jim fobel" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Sodium, his car. Hey, jim. How're you doing? Good. Good. Thanks. This is not real happy stuff. I wanna talk about here for a minute. But I think we need to be reminded. I think most of us heard that a grand jury inducted indicted that boat captain from that, Missouri. Horrible. That boat accident that that seventeen people lost their lives in thought. This might be the way you were going to go this week. And you know, he was the captain was indicted and he was charged with misconduct and negligence. Failed to properly assessed or weather and allegedly failure to order life jackets to be put on. So, you know, we don't know all the details of this way may never but the point is that as captains whether it's on your private boat are on a on a commercial boat. Our charter of any kind, you know, we need to really pay attention to what's going on. You know, we can't get complacent nonchalant. We've got pay attention. We've got to know what's coming and going. We gotta know what that weather is going to be an advanced. We've got to be prepared. And if we're not gonna you know, maintain that everybody wears a life jacket on the boat at all times. Which Arlene anybody does at the slightest. The slightest problem we need to get those life jackets Thomas people, they're like the life. They're like seat belts on your car. Sure. Show. Whether you're at a commercial, captain or where you're just a recreational captain that has a boat with friends and neighbors. You know, we're responsible, and we need to make sure we remember that. It doesn't matter. If we're gonna lose it doesn't matter if we're going to not get paid that day. It doesn't matter. I mean, it does matter, but it doesn't matter enough to cause our allow harm to our crew passengers are boat. I think. You know, one of the lessons from that tragedy is. You have to try to pay attention to the the companies that. You do those kinds of excursions with you know, especially in the area like Tampa Bay where they're literally thousands of charter boat captains. And you know, you have to do your homework. Really should do your homework. We can just because they pass the test and have a captain's license doesn't mean that just because they're the cheapest, right? It doesn't mean that they're going to use good judgment. It really doesn't those are judgment calls on whether you know, I've talked to the insurance company about fishing and small craft advisories. And all that stuff. They expect the charter captain to make the right decision. Yeah. Airline, captain, we have the same responsibility as an airline those your passengers and a lot of a lot of captains have been doing it a long time. And they forget that those people are your responsibility. Those the people on your daughter, your responsibility. If you're not a licensed charter, captain, and you're taking family or friends out in a boat, you own those people those lives are your responsibility. We need to pay attention on the water. Does a bad decision could cost a lot of people their lives. It's really really important stuff. Jim Fogler him up against the break. Great job. My brother. In Saint Pete Jim fobel be safe out there. Thanks, buddy. Good stuff right there for sure I kind of thought when I had heard that that guy got indicted. Jim Fogel may talk about that super super sad situation has done votes should be totally eliminated a company like yours, you know, with with several captains several boats running it's important that you guys do your.

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"saint pete jim fobel" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

12:36 min | 2 years ago

"saint pete jim fobel" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Not really, Mike Mahoney. Mike mahoney. Yeah. Cafe marking got lot shorter shorter. But a foot now got a little civilized. Let's go to the phone lines of boards or lighten up. Let's go to Jim plastic. What's happening? Jim. Tom. Gentleman. Stop the morning to you. Like, I just wanted to kind of trivia to we lost one of our best bashes sport. Paul Bristow passed away this week. I'm sorry to hear that. I kinda talked about though, the beginning of the show and even out even read some stuff that you'd put on social media Jim about you know, how in -tuni- was to that area. And how good he was for the community. Just a great guy. There was one of the most vulnerable fishermen over known or met him. What I was solid tissues to the skyway. Right. I just went out there. One day. Astra. Where's the best place to get in the water? He told me. We're talking about goes. I talked to him give nobody. So we'll just call me up this way. I'll tell you where to go. He always. The best fishing, and I call them what after I should come out tomorrow. And the phone number. Sure do that. Tell them to be sure to mention your name. I'll make it sound like it's something special because they mention your name. I just thought that was good, man. A good story too. It was just a really great guy. We're gonna miss it. That's for sure there's there's I didn't know him that. Well knew who he was. But just knew he was a a fishy guy. News, a real good friend. Mike anderson. Nine seventy here done the show quite a bit actually likes wasn't a guy just worked as a skyway at. Was just fishing, and he took it to a lot about it. And it wasn't just a scar. Where he knew the lakes in the area and. Just all around good guy. Great call Jim. We appreciate you calling in today. Keep up the good work guys. All right. Thanks, jim. Let's go stay on the phone lines. Go to captain Jim Fogel for our safe. Boating report what's up, Jim? Gosh. Good show this morning. Good show. Appreciate it. We're trying to limp through it had a had to get up early this morning and had the big alarm, call get spoiled on your show. That's for sure. And plus it called me like I said an hour early. And I had to go down there and open up the store to see what set the alarm off. Oh, no. I missed that part. Yeah. That's a bummer. Well, good. My dogs were wagging. They're tale. There was no bodies laying there the door wasn't broke big false along paperwork bad. I wanna talk smart about being a good Samaritan out on the water. Let's hear it as a boater. We actually are required to render assistance. If we're involved in our witnessing accident or happened upon an emergency situation as long as it doesn't endanger, you your crew your vessel. Our president danger those already involved in an accident. Protects those that render assistance and protects the good Samaritan from damages as a result of rendering assistance as long as the individual acts as an ordinary reasonable and prudent individual might do under the circumstances. You know, you're not required along them any money. You're not required to give many gas or jumpstart their voter Koam or anything like that. But you know, you could find somebody that's been out there for a good while it doesn't have any water. And and you know, and these and these this this time of the year, you certainly need it. So, you know, check them out check them out. Maybe they need. Maybe they need you to help them. Call for help. Maybe maybe especially if you're all shore offshore. It is not like, you know, AAA can get there in fifteen minutes. You you want anybody and anything you can get close to you. And so that's that's another reason why we want everybody to Scott her arrest a radio on their boat to be listening to channel sixteen because if somebody hits their DSE emergency button and sends out a call a mayday call our I've just broken down or something like that. You know, you might be a lot closer to them than wanted to towing services or the coast guard. Right. So please pay attention to your radio. You don't have to keep it turned up. But if somebody, you know, just have it turned up enough where if somebody sounded at a May Day or even a pond pond, you could turn it up a little bit. And check out the lat Lon see where it is. I I like to keep a pencil in my console that I can ride on the on the console with. If somebody's. Puts out a lat Lon can check and see if I'm closer than anybody else to it. I listened for that too. And they're giving away spots each other like two buddies out there, and he wants to give him the block numbers not try to slide on. But you know, one thing I was thinking about Jim and helping people out in being courteous, the boating communities probably one of the best you can be the boat ramp. And have an issue like, you know, maybe a flat tire you off the end of the ramp or you can't get the vehicle to pull the boat out. Because it's so slick and wet and you'll get more help offered to you. At that boat ramp than you can ever imagine. And it's like being on the side of the road with a flat tire with a car. You may sit there all day. Trailer another boaters gonna pull behind you and see what he can do to help. But a great tip. Jim. Thank you guys. Appreciate it very much for the coast guard Darian Saint Pete Jim fobel be safe out there. Thanks, jim. We got time for another one. We're gonna go to the master Dylan Hubbard, what's happening Dillon. Hey, guys. How are you? This morning. Dylan early start for us. I heard that's crazy, man. Definitely a little bit spooky when you're arm goes off never know what you're gonna walk into. And then when you don't see nobody there. You know what I mean? But I'll tell you what when you see a dog lound up one hundred and thirty Pounder show and teeth is I come to the gate. I knew everything was fine. Already drug the body often used. Those dogs. The wait until daylight. But how's it going out there man, it's going, well, it's going well, but I I did want to echo the Senate Paul Grosso's getting is going to be missed grabs. Great guy real important to that history down there and definitely sad to hear him. Go. Absolutely. But on another note fishing is good and do school starting due to the red tide. Scare the mythical red tide scare our boats are running super light. And it's a great time to get off shore. And enjoy a long range, especially trip like a twelve hour extreme or twelve hour night, snapper. The boats are nearly empty into celebrate those votes in to celebrate the fact that the tide is not affecting our fishery we're going to start doing some local special for the month of the month of September. Given people half-price on a. Five dollars half days. You can get to cut out and try five hour half as only twenty seven sixty for the month of September. We're gonna do that Email newsletter. Starting today that Email newsletters, gotta go out later today. And then I'll have a coupon on it. They give you all the information on how to redeem that Email coupon to get fifty percent off that five hour acting. That's a deal for sure. Catch one of those hawks ish. Yeah. They I'm starting to see them. I I don't know where they go. Or if they even go anywhere. But I'm starting to see him pop back up on people's boats. That's they just stopped chewing. This is that what it is a lot less aggressive in the summertime. It's very interesting to watch the catches because in the wintertime, it's almost fifty fifty hook line spearfishing routers in the summertime it's almost ninety percent spearfishing because it's just so much harder to target and hook and line. When the water saw us think there's more bait in the water. You think it's the temperature? I think it has more to do with other species getting more aggressive in the summertime the water's warm. The snapper species responding a lot of other Fisher in the water column, and it just a lot of Bates to that could be, but I think the shrimp move offshore. So there's a lot of different variables that kinda counts for the factor. Talk fish don't bite as well. This summer. We catch them all year this time of year. You can't catch fish out there in the middle of July September, but it is kind of spotty one day. You'll get him real good. The next day. You won't find him. The next day you won't find them. And all of a sudden one day you'll catch. It's very up and down and you can go to the same area where you build this hawks. And you can catch them one day the next day. You can't catch a single one. It's very strange, but they are still out there. Yeah. And I tell you I don't, you know, I think also in the summertime I do think they move out to cooler waters too. Because we dive in forty thirty forty fifty foot made a bunch of buddies and stuff, and I'm a free diver. And you know, I can dive ledges in the summertime that roast them on in the fall. And you know, when you catch limit of them in like, no. And then died that same legend summer, and there's just there's the ones you see there about five or six inches eight inches, you know, and they're just not there. But I can go back there in the fall time and just jump in. And you know, you can you could shoot your limit in no time, or you know, if you got a tank on you could really do damage to them but summertime I find when bounce diving free diving in shallow water. It's really like key said, it's really hitting hit and miss. Yeah. It's definitely similar to gag grouper. Where in the cooler months, it seemed to be more prolific in shower. Water the warmer months, they get a little bit more sparse out in the deeper waters and see a bigger bigger concentration. But it's not as it's not as significant as gags whereas in the wintertime, you can catch a gagging. Eight to ten feet of water. That's fairly regularly. You're not shallow and then in the summertime, you gotta go two hundred fifty foot to find a good concentration of guys. You know, I think fish do the same thing. But they're very smaller. Extent extent, you can see him in the middle downs. We've caught some of our biggest hog fish we've ever seen. We caught em cookie line in the middle grounds during red snapper season in the middle of July. I remember catching an eighteen pound hog fish on a small pin fish. I didn't catch it one of the guys on the boat did, but he was targeting Ingram. Snapper, ended up catching a monster hog fish this year ago it was in September a year ago. I was with Tommy we were on the big boat out in the middle ground. Slob ten fish ate out sinker. Nine ought hook circle called he was thirty one and a half inches. To the center of his tail you know, how they got the long tips coming off. He was the biggest one Ave. Seventeen I guess and we never wait him Dylan. But I guarantee he seventeen years. Yeah. I mean, he was massive is a good one man, he ate good raising. Oh, this is Andrea. Your I actually how it is. Morning to you do. How you doing brother? That's how I catch so many fish Dylan's. I make sure he's behind the wheel. Doing what? Call Dylan how they get a hold of you over there for that discounted trip. You can check out our Facebook page..

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"saint pete jim fobel" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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"saint pete jim fobel" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"These guys monster snug thirty, mile, an hour in sixty water in November What what what what planet are you from Yeah right exactly that's the. Way. It works, sometimes we're badly mother nature. Amen I mean there's nothing you can do you can only. Get what's there and thirty mile. An hour winds are reluctant to, catch. Anything let's go to Don? In? Sarasota? Don? How are you this morning Hey how are you I'm good, buddy. What you got for me I've heard, hey, guys is big? Dangerous a lot. Of people don't get hurt It's, a, bad thing but you. Know what else amazing sound I heard Oh People see hit the. Fool Amen Before started, going we'll have some years. Ago, well it's a farming in. Atlanta That was a slow diver Increase Sex it bit. Harder don't look to those Can play. 'cause they were diseases And with everybody. Else down that's begins The smartest loose intelligent caring compassionate People Oh communists I love. My love Dodwell. Done, brother Hey Politically, now Fisher phone. Matty Major something, that'll probably Don. Greg call brother we appreciate you My. Head will completely Popoff Dave Pomiliu fat become bandage exactly. Exactly. Let's get are. Safe, boating tip of. The week here? Quick, a good. Friend cab Jim, Fogler. Jimmy how are you hey good morning, good morning morning. Dave good morning I. Wanna talk about die flags and how important it is we most voters, know that you must carry a red and white die flag on the. Highest point of your boat dive has got to be at least twenty. By twenty four when you've, got divers in the water. And. For. You divers and snorkellers you've gotta stay within a hundred. To. Three hundred feet, around, that boat and. You also should? Carry, a floating. Flag and a, whistle. With you There's a Tennessee. For for snorklers to get behind the boat they're cruising along picking up scallops are looking. For bugs and they drift behind the boat and out of the conference of. The die flag you gotta try to stay in front the smart people and stay in front of. The boat and that way when they get tired and they're ready to, go back to the boat they can just hover up and the Kerner. Went will take them back to the boat but the important thing is You've gotta gotta make yourself. Seen out there in that water you boaters have got to. Get down to an idle. Speed not a no wake slower I mean you just you just have to have control of your boat and. That's it when you're near divers we can't we can't have anybody chopped up out there I. Haven't heard of anybody yet this year but we sure don't want it I will tell, you this from being in crystal river last weekend and on our scalloping yearly trip with. Captain Mario Castillo up there I was -solutely stone cold shocked and I don't know why but I was the the amount of boats is ridiculous I mean it's ridiculous they're. Right on top yeah I spent some time just sitting in the, boat chilling had a cold beer. Was just relaxing knowing that I had, a another captain, in charge for the. Day having Mario handle, all that, stuff and I just was sitting there thinking oh my God. There is, boats everywhere and as, I'm, watching you, know Beth and Mario were in the water chasing the scallops around and I I was just, thinking man, you know it's so easy, to make that mistake, out here because there's people everywhere Yeah really, got, it you, really got to pay attention this time of year absolutely yeah it's it You don't want to be a scholar at this. Time. Of. The year Oh you don't wanna be careful. You wanna be extra careful anytime anytime anywhere you see. A die flag you want to divert away the heck away from it And. If you're. Within three hundred feet of it in and open water you. Wanna get down to a slower. Than no wake you don't want accidentally. Bumped somebody there no doubt I got. A lot for the coastguard Zoe in, Saint Pete Jim fobel be safe out there thanks to me good, stuff right there always from one of our favorite captains we got a. Minute or two? Here, and I think the must've. Struck a nerve with our good friend Chris Johnson because our like our. Favorite lakeland marine biologist is back Chris how are you Hey guys not so much struck a, nerve as when you only have so much time he can only, make things so clear I just wanted to make sure that you understand. The red tide The blooms forms way offshore. But once it approaches are. Shore. And it's been moving south and east mostly over time it's like a big old all you can eat buffet with. The nutrients. We have coming from our land. So we are feeding itself absolutely as it comes to close where land it's just getting sand and is multiplying because. It is. Not limited by nutrients I got I just wanted to be clear it's not the are run up is not a problem with the red tide, it just that's, not, where, it forms I Gotcha so if I do do we think that if it, just if it formed offshore and we. Weren't using the amount of fertilizer that we're using would it then Not be as strong when, it got here That is my opinion yeah that'd be running out. Of the nutrients that got stirred up offshore the led to the bloom in the first place It's an opinion we need to do a lot more, work but I just. Wanted to be clear that yes our. Runoff from land is. Helping, it grow and maintain it self and maybe get worse but Ocotober. Feeding Alcober he's not feeding this or it is Certainly, it is okay it's just a different algae the, green algae coming out of lake Okeechobee that's being said by those nutrients is a different, algae then that red. Tie that's coming in from offshore Gotcha I. Know. It's, complicated that you know what Mike we'll talk about, it. Off off year. I. Made some flash cards, for. Shaun Harper because he's having a hard time. Understanding it to he keeps getting asked question yeah well, anything I can do to learn more on it. Especially Flash cards would, help because that way you can just claims, status and say oh, okay wait a minute this. Is that one anyway thanks guys thank you all, right such interesting stuff such interesting stuff for sure we'll, take another break here again our good friend. The mad snooker captain Dave Palmer Lou one of the. Best in the business a true. West coast Florida legend is my guest if, you've, got questions on how to catch him. If you can still catch him where to catch him why to catch them all that good. Stuff he is the man. Talking. Fishing, on the other side we'll be back nine.

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