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Fishing report from Mark H. in Jupiter, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Mark here.

    We caught 30 blackfin, 2 sails and mahi on Saturday
    We caught 30 blackfin, 2 sails and mahi on Saturday
    We caught 30 blackfin, 2 sails and mahi on Saturday
    We caught 30 blackfin, 2 sails and mahi on Saturday

Fishing report from Dino T. in Jupiter, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Dino here.

Fishing report from Dino T. in Jupiter, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Dino here.

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

    Mid December, whoever thought we would get a tropical depression in south Florida this time of year. Lots of rain and wind have been the main story the past week. There are many places we can hide and fish, but 45 to 50 winds are not fun. A few days that we were able to get out dodging rained and wind, the snook were plentiful in the backcountry, targeting mangrove, shorelines and deep channels, using Live bait and Rapala, shadow wrap, and X wrap twitch baits. A mixed bag of species of snook common, fat and sword spine, great catches for anglers due to the weather. The jacks and bluefish are still plentiful in the channels and deep holes using DOA 3” shad tail and top water Rapala skitter walks for best results. With the cool fronts, pushing into the South Florida area, we will be receiving migration fish, like mackerel and Pompano to add to the fun. 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 Charlie S. in Jupiter, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Charlie here.

Fishing report from Dino T. in Jupiter, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Dino here.

Fishing report from Dino T. in Jupiter, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Dino here.

Fishing report from Dino T. in Jupiter, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Dino here.

Fishing report from Dino T. in Jupiter, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Dino here.

Fishing report from Dino T. in Jupiter, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Dino here.

Fishing report from Dino T. in Jupiter, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Dino here.

Fishing report from Dino T. in Jupiter, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Dino here.

    Offshore was really good before this weather change. Plenty of False Albacore & Rainbow Runners. Loxahatchee river has been yielding some nice size Jacks & plenty of Snook under the lights Tarpon are around but not chewing as good as we would like Fishing Nautilus reels 10-12 weight rods. False albacore whacking size 2 Clousers.
    Offshore was really good before this weather change. Plenty of False Albacore & Rainbow Runners. Loxahatchee river has been yielding some nice size Jacks & plenty of Snook under the lights Tarpon are around but not chewing as good as we would like Fishing Nautilus reels 10-12 weight rods. False albacore whacking size 2 Clousers.
    Offshore was really good before this weather change. Plenty of False Albacore & Rainbow Runners. Loxahatchee river has been yielding some nice size Jacks & plenty of Snook under the lights Tarpon are around but not chewing as good as we would like Fishing Nautilus reels 10-12 weight rods. False albacore whacking size 2 Clousers.
    Offshore was really good before this weather change. Plenty of False Albacore & Rainbow Runners. Loxahatchee river has been yielding some nice size Jacks & plenty of Snook under the lights Tarpon are around but not chewing as good as we would like Fishing Nautilus reels 10-12 weight rods. False albacore whacking size 2 Clousers.

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

    Mid May is producing quality fishing for the Palm Beaches. Stellar conditions, light winds lots of sun shine and clean water. Snook are on the move! Sight casting snook along docks and mangrove shorelines using live bait and DOA C.A.L. Curls tails get the drag screaming. Deep cuts and beaches are starting to hold fish as well. Tarpon fishing is great in back country and in the intercostal. Live baiting tarpon best bet, but the DOA Terror Eyz also great bait to get the bite. Both sides of the tides are producing fish. Great mix bag of species being caught near structures and holes. Jacks are very abundant along with mackerel, snapper, ladyfish, croakers and triple tail. Live baits and DOA C.A.L. Curl Tails get the strike. 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!
    Mid May is producing quality fishing for the Palm Beaches. Stellar conditions, light winds lots of sun shine and clean water. Snook are on the move! Sight casting snook along docks and mangrove shorelines using live bait and DOA C.A.L. Curls tails get the drag screaming. Deep cuts and beaches are starting to hold fish as well. Tarpon fishing is great in back country and in the intercostal. Live baiting tarpon best bet, but the DOA Terror Eyz also great bait to get the bite. Both sides of the tides are producing fish. Great mix bag of species being caught near structures and holes. Jacks are very abundant along with mackerel, snapper, ladyfish, croakers and triple tail. Live baits and DOA C.A.L. Curl Tails get the strike. 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 Craig K. in Jupiter, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Craig here.

    As April comes to an end, the weather is hot and the fishing is too. Mild winds, clean water, and lots of bait are a recipe for successful fishing. Tarpon are always on the radar for anglers, silver kings are abundant around mangrove shorelines and drop offs. Live boats free lined and Rapala twitch baits entice strikes. Moving water is the key to happy tarpon and happy anglers with a bent rod. Snook fans, the bite is getting better each weeks as water temps warm up and baits schools start migrating in. Natural structures, docks and sea walls are all holding schooling fish. Rapala twitch baits and live baits get the drag screaming. While targeting snook and tarpon, anglers are catching many other species: Jacks, ladyfish, moonfish, snapper and many others. The highlight the past week as has been catching triple tail a surprise flounder. 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!
    As April comes to an end, the weather is hot and the fishing is too. Mild winds, clean water, and lots of bait are a recipe for successful fishing. Tarpon are always on the radar for anglers, silver kings are abundant around mangrove shorelines and drop offs. Live boats free lined and Rapala twitch baits entice strikes. Moving water is the key to happy tarpon and happy anglers with a bent rod. Snook fans, the bite is getting better each weeks as water temps warm up and baits schools start migrating in. Natural structures, docks and sea walls are all holding schooling fish. Rapala twitch baits and live baits get the drag screaming. While targeting snook and tarpon, anglers are catching many other species: Jacks, ladyfish, moonfish, snapper and many others. The highlight the past week as has been catching triple tail a surprise flounder. 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!
    As April comes to an end, the weather is hot and the fishing is too. Mild winds, clean water, and lots of bait are a recipe for successful fishing. Tarpon are always on the radar for anglers, silver kings are abundant around mangrove shorelines and drop offs. Live boats free lined and Rapala twitch baits entice strikes. Moving water is the key to happy tarpon and happy anglers with a bent rod. Snook fans, the bite is getting better each weeks as water temps warm up and baits schools start migrating in. Natural structures, docks and sea walls are all holding schooling fish. Rapala twitch baits and live baits get the drag screaming. While targeting snook and tarpon, anglers are catching many other species: Jacks, ladyfish, moonfish, snapper and many others. The highlight the past week as has been catching triple tail a surprise flounder. 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 Dino T. in Jupiter, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Dino here.

    Offshore is heating up. Albies are getting bigger & plentiful Now we just need the wind to stop blowing.
    Offshore is heating up. Albies are getting bigger & plentiful Now we just need the wind to stop blowing.

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

    April has sprung and inshore fishing is hopping along as water temperatures warm and bait schools start to migrate to our local waters. Tarpon fishing is fantastic targeting channel edges, docks, and mangrove shorelines. Schooling fish can be seen on the surface rolling, live baits and DOA Terror Eyz great baits to present to them. Both sides of the tides produce a good bite, tarpon are ranging from 5 to 50 pounds. Seawalls and mangroves have been the hot spot for targeting snook. Live bait and Rapala twitch baits get the strike. Schooling fish can be found near heavy structures, producing all four species of snook. Freshwater bite has been producing awesome peacock bass action using Rapala twitch baits and live baits. Seawalls and docks best areas to locate peacocks. Clownknife fish are abundant along channel edges and bridges. DOA Terror Eyz great bait to produce many strikes. 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!
    April has sprung and inshore fishing is hopping along as water temperatures warm and bait schools start to migrate to our local waters. Tarpon fishing is fantastic targeting channel edges, docks, and mangrove shorelines. Schooling fish can be seen on the surface rolling, live baits and DOA Terror Eyz great baits to present to them. Both sides of the tides produce a good bite, tarpon are ranging from 5 to 50 pounds. Seawalls and mangroves have been the hot spot for targeting snook. Live bait and Rapala twitch baits get the strike. Schooling fish can be found near heavy structures, producing all four species of snook. Freshwater bite has been producing awesome peacock bass action using Rapala twitch baits and live baits. Seawalls and docks best areas to locate peacocks. Clownknife fish are abundant along channel edges and bridges. DOA Terror Eyz great bait to produce many strikes. 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 Craig K. in Jupiter, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Craig here.

    As March comes to an end, the heat is still on. Warm weather, excellent bite for snook and tarpon, recipe for happy anglers. The warm water temperatures have the linesiders, chewing, striking, live bait, flies and DOA 4” jerk baits. Drop offs along mangrove shorelines and docks have been the main areas to tango with the snook. The past week provided all four species of snook for anglers, making for extremely happy, anglers and guide. Tarpon aka “Silver king” fishing continues to thrive. Tarpon are roaming in schools along channels chasing bait schools. Rolling fish on the surface, give pinpoint where to cast to get the strike. Live baits, flies and DOA Terror Eyz get the job done. Small schools of jacks have also added to the fun for anglers. Rapala skitter walks worked along docks and sea walls create awesome explosive strikes. Those looking to catch a plethora of species, shrimp on the bottom will get the rod bent creating nonstop action for anglers. Freshwater fishing is on fire, peacock bass, clown, knife, fish, and largemouth are all striking with a vengeance. Live bait for these fish is always a fan favorite, but Rapala twitch baits and flies. Will also get the strike. The bite will continue to stay hot as warm weather continues. 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 Dino T. in Jupiter, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Dino here.

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

    Move over leprechauns, I’m leading anglers to the pot of gold, well silver that is. Snook and tarpon! March has offered great weather and fishing. Green mangroves offer plenty of action for snook, ambushing waiting in the shadows, linesiders are striking Rapala twitch baits and live baits. Low light hours offer great surface strikes and night fishing offers great sight fishing, using flies and Rapala twitch baits. Silver kings continue shine, schooling fish are present around shorelines and channels. Live baits and DOA Terror Eyz great baits to get the drag screaming. Juvenile tarpon are abundant around dock lights making for excellent sight fishing and acrobatic hook ups. Those looking for slow pace fishing rock piles are holding an abundance of species, snapper, jacks, drum, barracuda and many others. Live baits, shrimp and jigs will get the rod bent.
    Move over leprechauns, I’m leading anglers to the pot of gold, well silver that is. Snook and tarpon! March has offered great weather and fishing. Green mangroves offer plenty of action for snook, ambushing waiting in the shadows, linesiders are striking Rapala twitch baits and live baits. Low light hours offer great surface strikes and night fishing offers great sight fishing, using flies and Rapala twitch baits. Silver kings continue shine, schooling fish are present around shorelines and channels. Live baits and DOA Terror Eyz great baits to get the drag screaming. Juvenile tarpon are abundant around dock lights making for excellent sight fishing and acrobatic hook ups. Those looking for slow pace fishing rock piles are holding an abundance of species, snapper, jacks, drum, barracuda and many others. Live baits, shrimp and jigs will get the rod bent.
    Move over leprechauns, I’m leading anglers to the pot of gold, well silver that is. Snook and tarpon! March has offered great weather and fishing. Green mangroves offer plenty of action for snook, ambushing waiting in the shadows, linesiders are striking Rapala twitch baits and live baits. Low light hours offer great surface strikes and night fishing offers great sight fishing, using flies and Rapala twitch baits. Silver kings continue shine, schooling fish are present around shorelines and channels. Live baits and DOA Terror Eyz great baits to get the drag screaming. Juvenile tarpon are abundant around dock lights making for excellent sight fishing and acrobatic hook ups. Those looking for slow pace fishing rock piles are holding an abundance of species, snapper, jacks, drum, barracuda and many others. Live baits, shrimp and jigs will get the rod bent.

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

    Spring fling is in the air! Warm weather and plenty of sunshine has anglers flinging baits and hooking up! Tarpon fishing has been spectacular the past week. Bowing to the king never gets old and anglers have had great success fly fishing using live baits and DOA Terror Eyz. The tarpon are in schools near channels and mangrove shorelines, sight casting the tarpon not uncommon during outings. Snook are on the tear, striking live baits, flies and DOA C.A.L. 3” shad tail. Structures, shorelines and channels have been teaming with snook. Snook are active all through the day as well as night. Multiple species of snook add to the excitement for anglers. For those who like to target other species, jacks are always up for the fight. Providing extreme drag screaming runs, jacks will devour live baits and Rapala skitter walks. Well that is the 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!
    Spring fling is in the air! Warm weather and plenty of sunshine has anglers flinging baits and hooking up! Tarpon fishing has been spectacular the past week. Bowing to the king never gets old and anglers have had great success fly fishing using live baits and DOA Terror Eyz. The tarpon are in schools near channels and mangrove shorelines, sight casting the tarpon not uncommon during outings. Snook are on the tear, striking live baits, flies and DOA C.A.L. 3” shad tail. Structures, shorelines and channels have been teaming with snook. Snook are active all through the day as well as night. Multiple species of snook add to the excitement for anglers. For those who like to target other species, jacks are always up for the fight. Providing extreme drag screaming runs, jacks will devour live baits and Rapala skitter walks. Well that is the 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!
    Spring fling is in the air! Warm weather and plenty of sunshine has anglers flinging baits and hooking up! Tarpon fishing has been spectacular the past week. Bowing to the king never gets old and anglers have had great success fly fishing using live baits and DOA Terror Eyz. The tarpon are in schools near channels and mangrove shorelines, sight casting the tarpon not uncommon during outings. Snook are on the tear, striking live baits, flies and DOA C.A.L. 3” shad tail. Structures, shorelines and channels have been teaming with snook. Snook are active all through the day as well as night. Multiple species of snook add to the excitement for anglers. For those who like to target other species, jacks are always up for the fight. Providing extreme drag screaming runs, jacks will devour live baits and Rapala skitter walks. Well that is the 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!
    March has arrived and the weather has been spectacular. Warm weather days, light winds perfect weather for fishing. Snook fishing has been fantastic targeting mangrove, shoreline and docks using DOA C.A.L. 3" shad tail, flies and live bait. Anglers have been catching all four species of snook the past week. Many of the days anglers could sight fish the snook, making for exciting takes. The tarpon fishing is adding fun in the sun for anglers. Anglers are bowing down to the king. Live baits and DOA Terror Eyz have been the bait of choice for the silver king. Schools of tarpon are seen rolling on the surface making anglers happy as they cast in their vicinity. Channel edges and holes have been holding a plethora of species. Jacks have been the highly prized catch, due to their drag screaming runs and relentless fight. Jigs and top water plugs have been great tactics for the jacks. Snapper, drum, mackerel are also in the mix. 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!
    March has arrived and the weather has been spectacular. Warm weather days, light winds perfect weather for fishing. Snook fishing has been fantastic targeting mangrove, shoreline and docks using DOA C.A.L. 3" shad tail, flies and live bait. Anglers have been catching all four species of snook the past week. Many of the days anglers could sight fish the snook, making for exciting takes. The tarpon fishing is adding fun in the sun for anglers. Anglers are bowing down to the king. Live baits and DOA Terror Eyz have been the bait of choice for the silver king. Schools of tarpon are seen rolling on the surface making anglers happy as they cast in their vicinity. Channel edges and holes have been holding a plethora of species. Jacks have been the highly prized catch, due to their drag screaming runs and relentless fight. Jigs and top water plugs have been great tactics for the jacks. Snapper, drum, mackerel are also in the mix. 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!
    March has arrived and the weather has been spectacular. Warm weather days, light winds perfect weather for fishing. Snook fishing has been fantastic targeting mangrove, shoreline and docks using DOA C.A.L. 3" shad tail, flies and live bait. Anglers have been catching all four species of snook the past week. Many of the days anglers could sight fish the snook, making for exciting takes. The tarpon fishing is adding fun in the sun for anglers. Anglers are bowing down to the king. Live baits and DOA Terror Eyz have been the bait of choice for the silver king. Schools of tarpon are seen rolling on the surface making anglers happy as they cast in their vicinity. Channel edges and holes have been holding a plethora of species. Jacks have been the highly prized catch, due to their drag screaming runs and relentless fight. Jigs and top water plugs have been great tactics for the jacks. Snapper, drum, mackerel are also in the mix. 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 Dino T. in Jupiter, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Dino here.

    Dock light Snook fishing has been awesome. Plenty on Common , Fat & Tarpon Snook feeding on small Shrimp. We did loose a massive Snook this evening to a free standing piling
    Dock light Snook fishing has been awesome. Plenty on Common , Fat & Tarpon Snook feeding on small Shrimp. We did loose a massive Snook this evening to a free standing piling
    Dock light Snook fishing has been awesome. Plenty on Common , Fat & Tarpon Snook feeding on small Shrimp. We did loose a massive Snook this evening to a free standing piling
    Dock light Snook fishing has been awesome. Plenty on Common , Fat & Tarpon Snook feeding on small Shrimp. We did loose a massive Snook this evening to a free standing piling
    Dock light Snook fishing has been awesome. Plenty on Common , Fat & Tarpon Snook feeding on small Shrimp. We did loose a massive Snook this evening to a free standing piling

Fishing report from Charlie S. in Jupiter, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Charlie here.

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

    Whirlwind! Everyday brought different direction of winds the past week. The warmer waters helped keep the fishing consistent. Snook fishing provided anglers steady action, wether live baiting or using Rapala twitch baits both created drag screaming action. Mangrove shorelines, docks and seawalls great areas to find the linesiders. The past week provided multiple species of snook for anglers common and fat snook most prevalent. The channels and drop offs have provided steady action for a wide variety of species. Jacks, mackerel, snapper, ladyfish, snook, drum and many other fish being caught. Shrimp, jigs and top water Rapala skitter walks all methods to entice strikes. Anglers had great numbers of fish during outings, many trips averaged 8 or more different species. Always fun when you never know what’s going to strike on the other end of the line. 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!
    Whirlwind! Everyday brought different direction of winds the past week. The warmer waters helped keep the fishing consistent. Snook fishing provided anglers steady action, wether live baiting or using Rapala twitch baits both created drag screaming action. Mangrove shorelines, docks and seawalls great areas to find the linesiders. The past week provided multiple species of snook for anglers common and fat snook most prevalent. The channels and drop offs have provided steady action for a wide variety of species. Jacks, mackerel, snapper, ladyfish, snook, drum and many other fish being caught. Shrimp, jigs and top water Rapala skitter walks all methods to entice strikes. Anglers had great numbers of fish during outings, many trips averaged 8 or more different species. Always fun when you never know what’s going to strike on the other end of the line. 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!
    Whirlwind! Everyday brought different direction of winds the past week. The warmer waters helped keep the fishing consistent. Snook fishing provided anglers steady action, wether live baiting or using Rapala twitch baits both created drag screaming action. Mangrove shorelines, docks and seawalls great areas to find the linesiders. The past week provided multiple species of snook for anglers common and fat snook most prevalent. The channels and drop offs have provided steady action for a wide variety of species. Jacks, mackerel, snapper, ladyfish, snook, drum and many other fish being caught. Shrimp, jigs and top water Rapala skitter walks all methods to entice strikes. Anglers had great numbers of fish during outings, many trips averaged 8 or more different species. Always fun when you never know what’s going to strike on the other end of the line. 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 Craig K. in Jupiter, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Craig here.

    Mid February is living up to its potential, weak fronts, windy conditions and plenty of sunshine. Florida issues, but for anglers frustration builds as winds due. Locating Snook! Anglers can target mangroves, docks, seawalls, bridges and other structures for great action. Live baits, DOA C.A.L. 3” shad tail and for fly anglers clousers and deceivers get the strike. Bottom structure is key when weather conditions get tough for anglers. My groups had great success catching a plethora of species working shrimp and small bucktail jigs near the bottom. Most species caught during our outings the past week was 13 different species. Snapper, grouper, jacks, mackerel, drum and ladyfish just to name a few. 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!
    Mid February is living up to its potential, weak fronts, windy conditions and plenty of sunshine. Florida issues, but for anglers frustration builds as winds due. Locating Snook! Anglers can target mangroves, docks, seawalls, bridges and other structures for great action. Live baits, DOA C.A.L. 3” shad tail and for fly anglers clousers and deceivers get the strike. Bottom structure is key when weather conditions get tough for anglers. My groups had great success catching a plethora of species working shrimp and small bucktail jigs near the bottom. Most species caught during our outings the past week was 13 different species. Snapper, grouper, jacks, mackerel, drum and ladyfish just to name a few. 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!
    Mid February is living up to its potential, weak fronts, windy conditions and plenty of sunshine. Florida issues, but for anglers frustration builds as winds due. Locating Snook! Anglers can target mangroves, docks, seawalls, bridges and other structures for great action. Live baits, DOA C.A.L. 3” shad tail and for fly anglers clousers and deceivers get the strike. Bottom structure is key when weather conditions get tough for anglers. My groups had great success catching a plethora of species working shrimp and small bucktail jigs near the bottom. Most species caught during our outings the past week was 13 different species. Snapper, grouper, jacks, mackerel, drum and ladyfish just to name a few. 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 Craig K. in Jupiter, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Craig here.

    Last week brought very windy conditions for our local waters, cool front passed through bringing 40 knot winds and showers. Targeting snook was mainly done around leeward points and cuts due to the winds. Smal fish were caught near docks and drops offs. Live baits and DOA Curl tails bait of choice. Gusty winds made it fun for fly anglers, but that’s when night fishing comes into play. Dock lights and bridges areas to locate snook, tarpon and many other species. Small deciever flies and live baits get the bite. Channels and drop offs offer a plethora of species for anglers to target using shrimp and small buck tail jigs. Snapper, drum, jacks, mackerel, and my other species put a bend in the rod. Well that is the fishing reply 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!
    Last week brought very windy conditions for our local waters, cool front passed through bringing 40 knot winds and showers. Targeting snook was mainly done around leeward points and cuts due to the winds. Smal fish were caught near docks and drops offs. Live baits and DOA Curl tails bait of choice. Gusty winds made it fun for fly anglers, but that’s when night fishing comes into play. Dock lights and bridges areas to locate snook, tarpon and many other species. Small deciever flies and live baits get the bite. Channels and drop offs offer a plethora of species for anglers to target using shrimp and small buck tail jigs. Snapper, drum, jacks, mackerel, and my other species put a bend in the rod. Well that is the fishing reply 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!
    January was a wild month hot, cold, windy, calm we experienced it all. So many different conditions led to many different species and situations to target fish. Lots of bent rods and smiles. Snook fishing was great the past week lots of small fish but an abundance of them along with multiple Spector snook being caught. Mangrove shorelines, docks and bridges all areas holding linesiders. Live baits, Rapala twitch baits and flies all got the snook hooked on the line. Schools of jacks, mackerel, bluefish, blue runners and many other species made great rod bending action. Shrimp, bucktail jigs, DOA Terror Eyz and Rapala skitter walks all great lure choices. 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!
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