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Exciting stuff in the works at Native Sons

We’ve got an exciting site redesign in the works!

Major changes are being made to reflect the current direction of our charter business and we are anxious to display and promote more prominently our wonderful sponsors.  This will be apparent in the next several weeks.

We are vastly expanding our video library on the site to include a number of TV shows and YouTube clips developed by Peter over the past few years. By the way, if you have not connected with Capt. Peter’s Facebook or Instagram accounts, we strongly suggest you check them out as he has done a masterful job of providing exciting, fresh and relevant submissions. Thanks to Boldwater Innovations for implementing our website changes.

Another major change underway currently is the repowering and refitting of Capt. Rocky’s boat, the ‘Flat Broke’. When this project is finally complete, Rocky’s boat will feature state-of-the-art equipment – new motor, iPilot trolling motor and anchoring system, Garmin fishfinder with Sidevu, Clearvu sonar. These changes will greatly assist Rocky in fishing deeper and swifter water including Port Canaveral, Sebastian Inlet and Fort Pierce Inlet as well as the shallow flats of the Indian River Lagoon system. Thanks to Tom at Merritt Island West Marine and Steve at Boathouse Discount Marine of Melbourne for assisting in the repowering.

Thank you for your patience … please check back soon!

 

Posted by native on Tuesday, July 17th, 2018 at 4:02 pm

Capt. Peter Stars on Bill Dance Saltwater TV Show

Make sure you watch Bill Dance Saltwater this month on the Sportsman Channel!  Capt. Peter Deeks guides Bill Dance to giant snook and trout in the famous Indian River Lagoon.

Peter and Bill Dance

 

Posted by native on Friday, January 15th, 2016 at 5:16 pm

Deeks guides couple to Flora-Bama Fishing Rodeo Championship

Native Sons guide Capt. Peter Deeks, Jr continues his summer to remember, this time guiding Terry and Elizabeth Pratt of Van Cleave, Mississippi to the championship of the speckled-trout category of the prestigious Flora-Bama Fishing Rodeo. Headquartered in Perdido Key, Florida, the trio shattered tournament records by weighing three giant trout.

For more details follow the link to an article written by Jeff Dute and posted on Al.Com – Flora-Bama Fishing Rodeo

Other Articles – NuCast News

 

Florida Alabama Tournament

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Posted by native on Thursday, July 16th, 2015 at 1:56 pm

WORLD RECORD SEATROUT!

Capt. Peter Deeks, Jr., recently guided Luke Ledbetter of Boaz, Alabama to an IGFA WORLD RECORD seatrout. News of the feat has gone viral in the fishing world not just in social media but also Field and Stream Magazine, Coastal Conservation Association newsletters, IGFA news letters and press releases and various newspapers including Florida Today. The fish was caught in the Indian River Lagoon and is one of a number of gator trout caught this summer on Capt. Peter’s boat.

Check link to Florida Today article by Matt Badolato from June 22nd – Florida Today IGFA WR Trout

Other Articles – Field and Stream  and  IGFA  and Outdoor Life  and  International Fishing News  and  Outdoor Hub

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Posted by native on Thursday, July 16th, 2015 at 1:27 pm

Summer Fishing Sizzling in Indian River Lagoon

The fishing in the summer of 2015 may go down as the finest we have seen in the Indian River Lagoon in many years.  From monster redfish, world record trout, huge snook and tarpon, everything has been quality this year and the great fishing has stretched from Titusville in the north to Ft. Pierce in the south. Following the link to our reports page and see for yourselves – The Sizzling Fishing of the Summer of 2015

 

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Posted by native on Thursday, January 29th, 2015 at 2:40 pm
 
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