TIDE is the award-winning bimonthly magazine of Coastal Conservation Association. It has received local, state and national acclaim for writing, photography, and layout and currently boasts a circulation of more than 100,000. TIDE is available only to members of CCA.
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8 A New STAR Rises — Anglers in Florida will have an opportunity for the catch of a lifetime in this summer’s inaugural CCA Florida STAR Tournament. – By Jim Williams
12 Offshore SoCal Style – Southern California anglers are on the cusp of five solid months of excellent offshore action. – By Ali Hussainy
16 Salmon in the Spring — The lure of springers is a combination of the challenge of landing one and the incredible table fare provided by this prized fish. – By Bryan Irwin
20 Off the Beaten Path — Wade fishing in the backcountry of Florida offers solitude and great fishing for the adventuresome angler. – By Capt. Dave Lear
24 In the Weeds — Coastal residents are hoping that a historic deluge of sargassum along the Gulf Coast last year was a one-time event. – By Doug Pike
30 Life in the No Wake Zone — The tides of South Carolina create a constantly changing environment and kayaks provide the perfect means for anglers to stay on top of the pattern. – By Phillip Gentry
36 A Season for Change — Spring presents an important and dynamic transition in the behavior of speckled trout and redfish on the Gulf Coast. – By Brian Holden
42 Don’t Blow Your Trip – There is very little anglers can do to change the wind, but you can adjust your game plan, and more importantly your attitude, to not let the wind steal your day.— By Patrick Murray
6 CASTING COMMENTS
46 CAPITOL IDEAS
47 TIDE LINES
62 RECIPE: Salmon-Bacon Hash
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