Get it while it's hot! Today's the last day of our $50 Red Snapper discount:
And if that doesn't get you going, check out this week's fishing reports below. Amberjack season is off with some monster catches out of TX and FL, and Florida Goliath Grouper are stealing the spotlight as well.
We're also blown away by the quality of candidates applying to our Customer Success Manager opening. We won't keep the post up for long so please forward this email to friends, family, and fishing buddies so they can apply here:
Weekly Fishing Reports from our
Damn Good Guides
"Speckled Trout are biting fair to slow on soft plastics. The bite is starting to pick up on live shrimp on a popping cork- we're catching fish up to 25”.
Redfish are good to excellent on shrimp, cut mullet, shad and soft plastics close to deeper water. Some fish are starting to move up on the flats when the sun comes out early! Pay attention to the minor and major feeding times! Black Drum are fair to good on dead shrimp.
Water temps range from 72 to 76 degrees - with the warmer temps fish are starting to be a little more consistent and aggressive. Well the front made it in last night and shut today (Wed.) down. Was a tough, slow day today. Guess that’s why they call it fishing not catching!
Tight lines everyone be safe out there this weekend!" - Captain Larry
"Amberjacks have been cooperating on longer trips!" - Captain Reid
"Dry flies, streamers, nymphs, you name it - the fish are hungry this time of year here in western Wyoming. And it's only getting better by the day. Plenty of happy fish to be found, and the right amount of snowfall to guarantee a special season that is already off to a spectacular start." - Noah
Review of the Week:
"Amazing trip! Got my personal best with David. Amazing guy!" −Jasmine on fishing Galveston, TX with Captain David