Recent posts from Tyler Barnes

Shark Fishing From Shore with Guide Tyler Barnes

Tyler has been shark fishing for 14-years on the banks of North Carolina. After basically being raised on the shore fishing for whatever would bite, he picked up shark fishing as a bit of an adrenaline rush. When he first started, all he had was a 50-wide reel and a kayak, now it’s an entire […]

Fishing for Sharks and Tagging Sharks with Guide Tyler Barnes

Fishing for sharks is something that may be on your bucket list if you have a taste for a good fight and an interesting time. ANGLR Expert Tyler Barnes is a guide based out of Emerald Island, North Carolina near Swansboro. He’s been there his whole life, growing up in the backwaters. What was once […]

Black Grouper Fishing in the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico

Like most grouper species, Mycteroperca bonaci, or black grouper, really doesn’t disappoint the hard core angler. Even the small ones, at 20-30 pounds can put up a physically draining fight, being known for their short, high torque runs. That makes them an especially fun catch . . . . when you’re prepared for it! These […]

How to Catch Gag Grouper

As the coastal water temperature drops through the fall and winter, the Florida fishing scene starts to wane a bit, but there’s still plenty of fish to be caught. You just need to alter where you’re looking. Gag grouper can be a blast to catch, and learning how to catch gag grouper is easier than […]

Winter Surf Fishing – Tips From The Shore

If you live within easy distance of the ocean, chances are, you already enjoy the exhilarating fun of surf fishing through the warm seasons. But winter can be one of the best times to fish the surf. Less people jamming the beaches means more elbow room for you to stretch out and lay out your […]

How to Catch Speckled Trout With North Carolina Guide Tyler Barnes

General Info About Speckled Trout Speckled Trout are a saltwater species found in the southern United States along the coasts of the Gulf of Mexico and along the Atlantic Ocean. This predatory species is similar to that of a  freshwater Walleye. This predatory species is similar to that of a freshwater Walleye. Just check out […]