The TOXIC red tide green algae slime covering Florida waters is a hot topic so we’re going to have a fishing challenge to see if you can actually catch fish in the slimy green water. With the spillway gates open a lot of current is pushing the algae down the river towards the coast and our challenge is to take advantage of the fishing opportunity moving water provides during the summer heat. One of the biggest summer fishing tips I can give any angler is find moving water or current so that’s what we’re going to do to try to win this fishing challenge!!! The biggest question is how much does the toxic blue green algae slime make the fish tough to catch. There are a some INSANE fishing twists in this video including a massive snook, gar fish, and tilapia so make sure you watch the whole fishing challenge and what fishing lures show off when put to the angling test!!!

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Strike King Square Bill Crank Bait

6th Sense Square Bill

Xcite Square Bill Crank Bait

14lbs Flourocarbon Fishing Line

Lews Speed Spool 6 2 1

Sweebo Worm

My Costa Sunglasses

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I’m afraid if this continues it could kill Lake Okeechobee – one of the best freshwater fishereis in the country. Who is doing it? The REAL STORY is not in the news but you’ll hear about the toxic algae blooms on the coast. Killing grass on the lake has increased annually since 2010 and it’s not just invasive species being targeted anymore. Lake Okeechobee water levels have marched up – a story that should have made news in 2013 but was passed over until the crisis we find ourselves in now. I don’t have the answers and you need to remember no matter what “real story” you listen too there is an agenda and bias behind it. This is how I’ve watched the killing of Lake Okeechobee unravel since 2010 when I first arrived in South Florida. There isn’t one person to blame for the destruction of the lake but Okeechobee has been victim to a wide range of interests and politics which all in in all jeopardize the future of Florida’s greatest freshwater fishery!

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