The only thing that stays the same is change, and our marsh is the greatest example.
Nature throws another curveball at inshore anglers. This is how to adapt.
Is fishing an inconsequential pastime? Or is it something more?
It’s a controversial topic, for those in the know. Here is what I think.
What if inshore fishing were to suddenly disappear? It’d be a crisis, and that crisis would be far worse than what you’re guessing right now.