Florida Fishing Reports

Fishing reports from Destin, Florida, Mid November 2022

Fishing report from Justin Z. in Destin, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Justin here.

Fishing report from David P. in Kissimmee, Florida. Book a trip with David here.

Fishing report from Armando A. in Key Largo, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Armando here.

Fishing report from Mike M. in St. Augustine, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Mike here.

    The water has cooled off a bit so that means the trout bite is starting to pick up. You can target them on drop offs in most areas ranging from the flats, creeks and along the ICW on the shell banks. The reds are beginning to to school up better coming off of the spawn but with the high water it’s been difficult to find good slots but using a live mullet on a popping cork will work. Target them along the grass and oyster bars. The black drum are bitting steady near the inlets and deep holes in the creeks. Shrimp is always your best bait to entice them. The flounder bite has been decent still and the big girls have moved in to the ICW. Target them by using a 1/4oz jighead or smaller depending on the current with a live finger mullet, mud minnow or shrimp. Just be patient and you’ll hook up with some really nice flatties.
    The water has cooled off a bit so that means the trout bite is starting to pick up. You can target them on drop offs in most areas ranging from the flats, creeks and along the ICW on the shell banks. The reds are beginning to to school up better coming off of the spawn but with the high water it’s been difficult to find good slots but using a live mullet on a popping cork will work. Target them along the grass and oyster bars. The black drum are bitting steady near the inlets and deep holes in the creeks. Shrimp is always your best bait to entice them. The flounder bite has been decent still and the big girls have moved in to the ICW. Target them by using a 1/4oz jighead or smaller depending on the current with a live finger mullet, mud minnow or shrimp. Just be patient and you’ll hook up with some really nice flatties.

Fishing report from Hunter B. in Oak Hill, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Hunter here.

    Fishing report 11/11/22 : Had the pleasure of fishing two great clients, Jorge and Rob. We started the day out free lining live mullet and jumbo shrimp to snook and rolling tarpon. After a couple missed hook ups we lost the moon over the horizon and the tarpon stopped rolling so we headed off into the back country. Searching out protected holes and cuts we started catching numbers of slot trout, redfish, and small snook on both live shrimp and artificials. Around noon we made our way back out of the back country, as the wind increased, and found safe harbor in a waterfront bar and grill to refuel for the afternoon fishing. Post chargrilled oysters and rum runners, Jorge and Rob returned to the flats to catch a handful more trout and redfish to bring the days total to somewhere around 20 trout, 7+ redfish, and 3 snook.
    Fishing report 11/11/22 : Had the pleasure of fishing two great clients, Jorge and Rob. We started the day out free lining live mullet and jumbo shrimp to snook and rolling tarpon. After a couple missed hook ups we lost the moon over the horizon and the tarpon stopped rolling so we headed off into the back country. Searching out protected holes and cuts we started catching numbers of slot trout, redfish, and small snook on both live shrimp and artificials. Around noon we made our way back out of the back country, as the wind increased, and found safe harbor in a waterfront bar and grill to refuel for the afternoon fishing. Post chargrilled oysters and rum runners, Jorge and Rob returned to the flats to catch a handful more trout and redfish to bring the days total to somewhere around 20 trout, 7+ redfish, and 3 snook.
    Fishing report 11/11/22 : Had the pleasure of fishing two great clients, Jorge and Rob. We started the day out free lining live mullet and jumbo shrimp to snook and rolling tarpon. After a couple missed hook ups we lost the moon over the horizon and the tarpon stopped rolling so we headed off into the back country. Searching out protected holes and cuts we started catching numbers of slot trout, redfish, and small snook on both live shrimp and artificials. Around noon we made our way back out of the back country, as the wind increased, and found safe harbor in a waterfront bar and grill to refuel for the afternoon fishing. Post chargrilled oysters and rum runners, Jorge and Rob returned to the flats to catch a handful more trout and redfish to bring the days total to somewhere around 20 trout, 7+ redfish, and 3 snook.

Fishing report from Kicen G. in Palm Coast, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Kicen here.

Fishing report from Michael O. in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Fishing report from Frank C. in Jacksonville, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Frank here.

Fishing report from Leon H. in Crystal River, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Leon here.

Fishing report from Matt L. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Matt here.

    Lagoon stays good and fish are chewing. Both reds and trout are eating soft plastics top water and cut bait. We are catching near shore lines as the water stays high. Call now and book a trip!

Fishing report from Rio S. in Melbourne Beach, Florida

    We’ve been seeing windows of good surf fishing conditions over the last few weeks. In those select opportunities, we are catching quality whiting and big bluefish for our area. Until the water cleans up for us, Pompano will be few and far between, however if you are feeling lucky like Jason was, you may get to catch a slot-sized Redfish out of the surf, which isn’t a very common catch for my area. Tight lines and good fishing.

Fishing report from Mike J. in Lake Okeechobee, Florida. Book a trip with Mike here.

Fishing report from Trey S. in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Trey here.

Fishing report from Robert P. in Hillsboro Beach, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Robert here.

    Sailfish are moving in,alot of mahi still around and kingfish have taken over on the edge.
    Sailfish are moving in,alot of mahi still around and kingfish have taken over on the edge.

Fishing report from Richard M. in West Palm Beach, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Richard here.

Fishing report from Armando A. in Key Largo, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Armando here.

Fishing report from Craig K. in Palm Beach, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Craig here.

    November has arrived, fall weather has fallen out of south Florida. It’s been warm and the fishing has been red hot for a plethora of species the past week. Channels and flats have been teaming with big schools of jacks, mackerel, tarpon, moonfish, bluefish and sharks. Glass minnow schools have been main target for the predator fish. DOA C.A.L. curl tail jigs and live greenies have been excellent baits to get the strike. Rapala skitter walks always fun for anglers, as they witness fish explode on the surface, striking there lure. Tarpon schools can be seen rolling on the surface, allowing anglers to cast DOA BaitBuster and live bait in there vicinity. Both side’s of the tide produce great shots at tarpon. The tarpon have been ranging in size from 10 to 60 pounds. Snook fanatics have had fun targeting snook around sea walls, docks and bridges. Live baits, DOA Terror Eyz and Rapala skitter walks have been getting the strikes. Snook can been sight fished on the flats. Bottom of the tide, snook can be targeted laying in pot holes. Nothing beats sight casting and hooking up with a linesider. Well that is the fishing report for the past week, hope you all enjoyed. Remember you can’t catch them from the couch, so get out there and get hooked up. Tight Lines!
    November has arrived, fall weather has fallen out of south Florida. It’s been warm and the fishing has been red hot for a plethora of species the past week. Channels and flats have been teaming with big schools of jacks, mackerel, tarpon, moonfish, bluefish and sharks. Glass minnow schools have been main target for the predator fish. DOA C.A.L. curl tail jigs and live greenies have been excellent baits to get the strike. Rapala skitter walks always fun for anglers, as they witness fish explode on the surface, striking there lure. Tarpon schools can be seen rolling on the surface, allowing anglers to cast DOA BaitBuster and live bait in there vicinity. Both side’s of the tide produce great shots at tarpon. The tarpon have been ranging in size from 10 to 60 pounds. Snook fanatics have had fun targeting snook around sea walls, docks and bridges. Live baits, DOA Terror Eyz and Rapala skitter walks have been getting the strikes. Snook can been sight fished on the flats. Bottom of the tide, snook can be targeted laying in pot holes. Nothing beats sight casting and hooking up with a linesider. Well that is the fishing report for the past week, hope you all enjoyed. Remember you can’t catch them from the couch, so get out there and get hooked up. Tight Lines!
    November has arrived, fall weather has fallen out of south Florida. It’s been warm and the fishing has been red hot for a plethora of species the past week. Channels and flats have been teaming with big schools of jacks, mackerel, tarpon, moonfish, bluefish and sharks. Glass minnow schools have been main target for the predator fish. DOA C.A.L. curl tail jigs and live greenies have been excellent baits to get the strike. Rapala skitter walks always fun for anglers, as they witness fish explode on the surface, striking there lure. Tarpon schools can be seen rolling on the surface, allowing anglers to cast DOA BaitBuster and live bait in there vicinity. Both side’s of the tide produce great shots at tarpon. The tarpon have been ranging in size from 10 to 60 pounds. Snook fanatics have had fun targeting snook around sea walls, docks and bridges. Live baits, DOA Terror Eyz and Rapala skitter walks have been getting the strikes. Snook can been sight fished on the flats. Bottom of the tide, snook can be targeted laying in pot holes. Nothing beats sight casting and hooking up with a linesider. Well that is the fishing report for the past week, hope you all enjoyed. Remember you can’t catch them from the couch, so get out there and get hooked up. Tight Lines!
    November has arrived, fall weather has fallen out of south Florida. It’s been warm and the fishing has been red hot for a plethora of species the past week. Channels and flats have been teaming with big schools of jacks, mackerel, tarpon, moonfish, bluefish and sharks. Glass minnow schools have been main target for the predator fish. DOA C.A.L. curl tail jigs and live greenies have been excellent baits to get the strike. Rapala skitter walks always fun for anglers, as they witness fish explode on the surface, striking there lure. Tarpon schools can be seen rolling on the surface, allowing anglers to cast DOA BaitBuster and live bait in there vicinity. Both side’s of the tide produce great shots at tarpon. The tarpon have been ranging in size from 10 to 60 pounds. Snook fanatics have had fun targeting snook around sea walls, docks and bridges. Live baits, DOA Terror Eyz and Rapala skitter walks have been getting the strikes. Snook can been sight fished on the flats. Bottom of the tide, snook can be targeted laying in pot holes. Nothing beats sight casting and hooking up with a linesider. Well that is the fishing report for the past week, hope you all enjoyed. Remember you can’t catch them from the couch, so get out there and get hooked up. Tight Lines!
    November has arrived, fall weather has fallen out of south Florida. It’s been warm and the fishing has been red hot for a plethora of species the past week. Channels and flats have been teaming with big schools of jacks, mackerel, tarpon, moonfish, bluefish and sharks. Glass minnow schools have been main target for the predator fish. DOA C.A.L. curl tail jigs and live greenies have been excellent baits to get the strike. Rapala skitter walks always fun for anglers, as they witness fish explode on the surface, striking there lure. Tarpon schools can be seen rolling on the surface, allowing anglers to cast DOA BaitBuster and live bait in there vicinity. Both side’s of the tide produce great shots at tarpon. The tarpon have been ranging in size from 10 to 60 pounds. Snook fanatics have had fun targeting snook around sea walls, docks and bridges. Live baits, DOA Terror Eyz and Rapala skitter walks have been getting the strikes. Snook can been sight fished on the flats. Bottom of the tide, snook can be targeted laying in pot holes. Nothing beats sight casting and hooking up with a linesider. Well that is the fishing report for the past week, hope you all enjoyed. Remember you can’t catch them from the couch, so get out there and get hooked up. Tight Lines!

Fishing report from Conan Y. in Islamorada, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Conan here.

Fishing report from Casey Y. in Key Largo, Florida

Fishing report from Gil C. in Fort Pierce, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Gil here.

    Went out offshore this morning, clients hooked into 3 King Macks quick, then a pod of Dolphins moved in on us. Kings went down. and when the kings go down like that you’re wasting your time to stick around so we bumped it offshore. Hooked into a good size Mahi, had another ~20 pounder bust off. Then things went cold. So we picked it up and motored back to one of my favorite spots where we picked up a Bonito, 2 Baracuda, a 4-5ft Silky Shark, and to top it all off two lunker Black Fin Tuna! First was right under 20lbs and the second was pushing 30lbs if not over. Absolute studs. As far as an outlook goes, with this wind picking up and Tropical noise pushing up our way, we’ll be inland bass fishing for the next couple days. But given the bite today and recently, once the swells die down out there next week, I’ve got a feeling it’s going to be on Like Crazy!
    Went out offshore this morning, clients hooked into 3 King Macks quick, then a pod of Dolphins moved in on us. Kings went down. and when the kings go down like that you’re wasting your time to stick around so we bumped it offshore. Hooked into a good size Mahi, had another ~20 pounder bust off. Then things went cold. So we picked it up and motored back to one of my favorite spots where we picked up a Bonito, 2 Baracuda, a 4-5ft Silky Shark, and to top it all off two lunker Black Fin Tuna! First was right under 20lbs and the second was pushing 30lbs if not over. Absolute studs. As far as an outlook goes, with this wind picking up and Tropical noise pushing up our way, we’ll be inland bass fishing for the next couple days. But given the bite today and recently, once the swells die down out there next week, I’ve got a feeling it’s going to be on Like Crazy!

Fishing report from Darius K. in Sarasota, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Darius here.

Fishing report from John C. in Panama City, Florida. Book a trip with Captain John here.

Fishing report from Bryan M. in Miami, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Bryan here.

    There's been Sailfish and Dolphin around.
    There's been Sailfish and Dolphin around.
    There's been Sailfish and Dolphin around.
    There's been Sailfish and Dolphin around.

Fishing report from Jim V. in Clearwater, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Jim here.

    Inshore has been on fire with redfish bite back on track, sheepshead are showing up in strong numbers. Offshore kingfish, Spanish, hog snapper and gags are close to shore. Best time of year to fish!!
    Inshore has been on fire with redfish bite back on track, sheepshead are showing up in strong numbers. Offshore kingfish, Spanish, hog snapper and gags are close to shore. Best time of year to fish!!
    Inshore has been on fire with redfish bite back on track, sheepshead are showing up in strong numbers. Offshore kingfish, Spanish, hog snapper and gags are close to shore. Best time of year to fish!!
    Inshore has been on fire with redfish bite back on track, sheepshead are showing up in strong numbers. Offshore kingfish, Spanish, hog snapper and gags are close to shore. Best time of year to fish!!
    Inshore has been on fire with redfish bite back on track, sheepshead are showing up in strong numbers. Offshore kingfish, Spanish, hog snapper and gags are close to shore. Best time of year to fish!!

Fishing report from Jimmy R. in Holmes Beach, Florida

    Fishing is great in Northeast Alabama Lake Weiss catching largemouth bass stripers and white bass...and a few crappie
    Fishing is great in Northeast Alabama Lake Weiss catching largemouth bass stripers and white bass...and a few crappie
    Fishing is great in Northeast Alabama Lake Weiss catching largemouth bass stripers and white bass...and a few crappie
    Fishing is great in Northeast Alabama Lake Weiss catching largemouth bass stripers and white bass...and a few crappie
    Fishing is great in Northeast Alabama Lake Weiss catching largemouth bass stripers and white bass...and a few crappie
    Fishing is great in Northeast Alabama Lake Weiss catching largemouth bass stripers and white bass...and a few crappie
    Fishing is great in Northeast Alabama Lake Weiss catching largemouth bass stripers and white bass...and a few crappie
    Fishing is great in Northeast Alabama Lake Weiss catching largemouth bass stripers and white bass...and a few crappie
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