This is a Call to Reality
So you don’t have a new high dollar boat? No collection of ridiculously priced fly rods? No fish ninja face masks? You still wear the same tackle store t-shirt that you’ve had since high school? Perfect. You’ll be able to appreciate The New Angler.
Our main focus is to stop real outdoorsman from worrying about what other people might think about your canoe, jon boat, cut off jean shorts, or wading shoes and forge new ground in an industry that has been exploited beyond repair.
The way we grew up fishing is hard evidence that memories can be made, fish can be caught, and the water can be enjoyed without the glitz and glamour. We will be a new group of anglers that are leaving crippling new boat payments, useless gadgets, and the fishing fashion show behind to create the next generation of true sportsman.
We appreciate fishing in any way, shape, or form you can make work for you, so stop watching television adverts for boats that nobody needs and enjoy what you’ve had stock in since the first time you felt the pull of a fish.
Your love of the outdoors is yours, free and clear.
West Central Florida Native Carl Granger has spent his fair share of time fishing and working in the marine industry, word is that he even tried to go to school for about twenty-three years. None of these things are evident in any of his skill levels. Read on and he’ll show ya!!
Mike grew up in North Florida and learned to fish in and around Cedar Key. It all makes sense once you meet him. But he hates people so that might not happen, so deal with it.
A proud Florida native, Brian grew up in North Florida, fishing the Big Bend area. A non-classically trained writer, he’s quick to spin a yarn about his time on the coasts of Florida.