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Alachua Farm and Lumber–Despite The Name A Great Tackle Shop!

by on Mar.10, 2014, under CAPT. TOMMY'S BOOK SIGNINGS, TALKS, TRAVELS

In my ongoing quest to visit as many of the small mom-and-pop fishing tackle shops in North Central Florida as I can this spring, I spent a recent morning at  Alachua Farm and Lumber on NW 145th Avenue in downtown Alachua, north of Gainesville. There, owners Wayne and Linda Tanner offer an excellent all-around selection of fishing gear.  The “Fishing Department” is lined with racks full of Bass Assassin, Rapala, MirrOlure, Rapala, Live Target and Berkley Gulp! lures.  I was lucky in that Greg MacLean, the salesman from Big Rock Sports. A major tackle distributor, was in the store making his weekly assessment of AFL’s tackle needs and was able to give me a good idea of what lures and tackle are currently popular.  Greg said that while MirrOlure TTs had been popular throughout the cold months, AFL would start selling more Catch 2000s now that the Gulf waters were warming up.  In terms of soft baits, Gulp! 5-inch jerk shads in “Pink Shine” has been a best seller recently (at the incredible low price of 4 bags for $20!), paired up with Bass Assassin jig heads.   In addition to terminal tackle, AFL also sells complete lines of Shimano and Penn reels, Star Rods, and both Yeti and Engel coolers.   And if you’re a fresh water angler, their selection of freshwater gear is equal to that in the saltwater section.

Do you want to know the only problem I have with shopping at AFL for fishing gear?  The simple answer is that I have to pass through the hunting department to get to the fishing department.  That’s a good problem to have!

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Tarpon Fishing Outfitters–Bigger and Bigger–and Better!

by on Jan.24, 2013, under Hernando and Pasco Gulf Coast, Tampa Bay, West Shore and St. Petersburg, Tarpon Springs

I get into Tarpon Fishing Outfitters (on US19 near the intersection of ALT US19 in Tarpon Springs)every month or so and have been delighted to see its growth. When Mr. Lee, of Lee Fisher/Tampa Fishing Outfitters, bought the Tarpon Springs store, the selection was sparse and the place had a “lonely” feel.  Now, with the infusion of interest, capital and all those great Lee Fisher and Ohero products, it’s one of the premiere fishing tackle stores on Florida’s west coast.  In addition to Lee Fisher cast nets, a full line of Shimano reels, and Yeti coolers, you’ll find Ohero fluorocarbon leader material, Adrena lines, Trident hooks and affordable Ohero rods.  Tarpon Fishing Outfitters is also home to one on the best reel repair operations, still known as Dave’s.

Tarpon Fishing Outfitters, (727) 942-8944

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Berkley Classics Mini Line Spooler–So Simple, Why Didn’t I Think of That?

by on Oct.23, 2011, under CAPT. TOMMY'S BOOK SIGNINGS, TALKS, TRAVELS

For eons, anglers have had but a few (mostly pain-in-the-ass) choices when it came to spooling line on reels.  You could go the local fishing store and have them do it, but that’s time-consuming.  Or you could buy a really nice $400 benchtop spooling machine and do it at home before the trip.  Or you could put the spool of new line on the floor and compete with the family kitty when it came time to spool up. But what about doing it ‘on location’–in the boat, on the pier, or by the shore?  Berkley Classics Mini Line Spooler is now available and at the great price of $4.99, it’s a great gizmo to keep in your boat, tackle box or truck.  Hell, at that price, buy a couple!

It simply clamps to your rod and holds a spool of line in place for easy spooling.  You can adjust the tension on spools up to 1/4 pound, and there’s no metal involved so it won’t rust!

I wish I had a nickel for every one of these things that Berkley sells!

Berkley Classics Mini Line Spooler

Using the Berkley Classics Mini Line Spooler is easy--and convenient!

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Opening Soon! Gary’s Tackle Box in Gainesville

by on Apr.22, 2011, under Cedar Key, Chassahowitzka and Homosassa, Horseshoe Beach, Keaton Beach to Fenholloway, Ozello to Crystal River, Steinhatchee, Suwannee, Yankeetown and Waccasassa

Everyone was worried about what would happen when The Tackle Box in Gainesville closed. in early 2011, after over 50 years in business.   Initially, everyone wondered what they were going to do to find fishing tackle locally without going to the ‘big box’ stores.  And of course, everyone also worried about the future of Judy Clark, the owner, and longtime employee Gary Simpson.  Right now, Judy’s taking it easy, but Gary’s entered into an arrangement with Wally Grant, owner of L&S Trim, that will bring another professional quality tackle shop to the area.

The front room at L&S is being transformed into a full-line tackle shop and with Gary’s knowledge and leadership, will certainly be welcomed by the fishing community in Gainesville.  Gary is a professional fisherman and writes the weekly (on Fridays) fishing column for the Gainesville Sun.  The shop will be stocking a full line of Lew’s products, as well as those from Shimano, Daiwa, St. Croix, and Abu Garcia.  Gary’s Tackle Box will also  be  a Lew’s Service Center, offering warranty repairs on that line.  A full service rod and reel repair shop is also a big part of the new Tackle Box.

Merchandise is arriving daily and Gary expects the shop to be fully stocked and operational by May 1, 2011.  It’s located at 5721 NW 13th Street in Gainesville.  That’s just up US441 from the 53rd Street intersection.  The phone number is (352) 372-1791, the same as the ‘old’ Tackle Box.  Stop by and visit any weekday from 9 ’til 5!

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