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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!
    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 Craig K. in Palm Beach, Florida Book a trip with Captain Craig here.

    Let the mullet run madness begin! The swell last week pushed the first wave of mullet into the palm beaches. Only downfall has been the rain runoff which has made the water dirty. The intercostal, beaches, and inlets are full of bait schools and the snook are there crashing and feeding on these baits. Find the bait schools and use live baits on jig heads or free-lined to get the strike. Rapala skitter walks and DOA BaitBusters are also great baits to entice the linesiders. Tarpon! favorite beast to target, can be seen exploding on bait schools along the beaches and inside the intercostal. Both sides of the tides tarpon are chewing. Find bait schools and fish the perimeter with live baits or DOA BaitBuster for success. Smaller tarpon can be targeted along mangrove shorelines using live baits, DOA 4" jerk baits and popper flies. The big jacks are starting to invade the intercostal, busting up mullet pods with a vengeance. Rapala skitter walks DOA PT-7 weedless top water and live baits will get the drag screaming. Schooling fish can be seen attacking bait schools making it fun to target and catch fish one after another. 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 Palm Beach, Florida Book a trip with Captain Craig here.

    Hope everyone had a fun and safe Labor Day weekend. Labor Day signifies the end of summer for many. The benefits of living in south Florida, fun in the sun continues for us. Saltwater side the snook are still gathering in the inlets and along the beaches. I have seen plenty of bigger snook on the move coming inside the ICW as well. Targeting seawalls and docks have been the key to success for the snook. Live bait and DOA C.A.L. 3" shad tail bait of choice. Tarpon fishing has been great near inlets and mangrove lined channels. Free lining live bait with the tide will get the bite. Doa Terror Eyz also a great bait to entice the silver king to strike. The bite for the Tarpon has been best on the first of the incoming and last of the outgoing tides. The Tarpon have been ranging in size from 10 to 50 pounds Freshwater side the peacock bass bite has been fantastic due to the warmer water temps. The peacock bass are gathering near bridges, seawalls and docks, many of these fish can be sight fished. Live bait or Doa 3" shrimp or small Rapala x raps will get the strike. Well that is a 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!
    Hope everyone had a fun and safe Labor Day weekend. Labor Day signifies the end of summer for many. The benefits of living in south Florida, fun in the sun continues for us. Saltwater side the snook are still gathering in the inlets and along the beaches. I have seen plenty of bigger snook on the move coming inside the ICW as well. Targeting seawalls and docks have been the key to success for the snook. Live bait and DOA C.A.L. 3" shad tail bait of choice. Tarpon fishing has been great near inlets and mangrove lined channels. Free lining live bait with the tide will get the bite. Doa Terror Eyz also a great bait to entice the silver king to strike. The bite for the Tarpon has been best on the first of the incoming and last of the outgoing tides. The Tarpon have been ranging in size from 10 to 50 pounds Freshwater side the peacock bass bite has been fantastic due to the warmer water temps. The peacock bass are gathering near bridges, seawalls and docks, many of these fish can be sight fished. Live bait or Doa 3" shrimp or small Rapala x raps will get the strike. Well that is a 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!
    Hope everyone had a fun and safe Labor Day weekend. Labor Day signifies the end of summer for many. The benefits of living in south Florida, fun in the sun continues for us. Saltwater side the snook are still gathering in the inlets and along the beaches. I have seen plenty of bigger snook on the move coming inside the ICW as well. Targeting seawalls and docks have been the key to success for the snook. Live bait and DOA C.A.L. 3" shad tail bait of choice. Tarpon fishing has been great near inlets and mangrove lined channels. Free lining live bait with the tide will get the bite. Doa Terror Eyz also a great bait to entice the silver king to strike. The bite for the Tarpon has been best on the first of the incoming and last of the outgoing tides. The Tarpon have been ranging in size from 10 to 50 pounds Freshwater side the peacock bass bite has been fantastic due to the warmer water temps. The peacock bass are gathering near bridges, seawalls and docks, many of these fish can be sight fished. Live bait or Doa 3" shrimp or small Rapala x raps will get the strike. Well that is a 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 Palm Beach, Florida Book a trip with Captain Craig here.

    Finally the wind machine stopped for the Palm Beaches. Calm seas, light variable winds made for epic fishing. The sea weed along the beaches was still present, but the calm waters allowed for the sea weed to settle and anglers to sight fish crystal clear waters. Beach fishing was fantastic the past week, calm waters allowed for bait schools to school in troughs along the beach. Plenty of bait signals predator species like snook, tarpon, jacks and sharks to feed on these bait schools. Snook could be seen cruising the shorelines in search of there next meal. Not far behind the snook, tarpon allowed anglers to sight fish and present live baits and DOA Terror Eyz in there path creating drag screaming action. Inlet action for snook stayed consistent, DOA C.A.L. 3" shad tail in Mole’ rigged with a 3/8oz jig, excellent bait of choice as well as live baits. Tarpon, jacks, sharks and snapper all species that offered steady action . Snapper fishing provided plenty of action for anglers along rock jetties and drop offs. Inshore fishing anglers had a blast targeting big jacks on top water Rapala skitter walks, also catching bluefish and mackerel. Docks, sea walls and drops offs all great areas to target a plethora of species. Snook, tarpon, jacks always main target, but sometimes we are surprised with species we don’t see often in the ICW. This weeks surprise catch was an African pompano, caught by a JR angler. 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
    Finally the wind machine stopped for the Palm Beaches. Calm seas, light variable winds made for epic fishing. The sea weed along the beaches was still present, but the calm waters allowed for the sea weed to settle and anglers to sight fish crystal clear waters. Beach fishing was fantastic the past week, calm waters allowed for bait schools to school in troughs along the beach. Plenty of bait signals predator species like snook, tarpon, jacks and sharks to feed on these bait schools. Snook could be seen cruising the shorelines in search of there next meal. Not far behind the snook, tarpon allowed anglers to sight fish and present live baits and DOA Terror Eyz in there path creating drag screaming action. Inlet action for snook stayed consistent, DOA C.A.L. 3" shad tail in Mole’ rigged with a 3/8oz jig, excellent bait of choice as well as live baits. Tarpon, jacks, sharks and snapper all species that offered steady action . Snapper fishing provided plenty of action for anglers along rock jetties and drop offs. Inshore fishing anglers had a blast targeting big jacks on top water Rapala skitter walks, also catching bluefish and mackerel. Docks, sea walls and drops offs all great areas to target a plethora of species. Snook, tarpon, jacks always main target, but sometimes we are surprised with species we don’t see often in the ICW. This weeks surprise catch was an African pompano, caught by a JR angler. 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
    Finally the wind machine stopped for the Palm Beaches. Calm seas, light variable winds made for epic fishing. The sea weed along the beaches was still present, but the calm waters allowed for the sea weed to settle and anglers to sight fish crystal clear waters. Beach fishing was fantastic the past week, calm waters allowed for bait schools to school in troughs along the beach. Plenty of bait signals predator species like snook, tarpon, jacks and sharks to feed on these bait schools. Snook could be seen cruising the shorelines in search of there next meal. Not far behind the snook, tarpon allowed anglers to sight fish and present live baits and DOA Terror Eyz in there path creating drag screaming action. Inlet action for snook stayed consistent, DOA C.A.L. 3" shad tail in Mole’ rigged with a 3/8oz jig, excellent bait of choice as well as live baits. Tarpon, jacks, sharks and snapper all species that offered steady action . Snapper fishing provided plenty of action for anglers along rock jetties and drop offs. Inshore fishing anglers had a blast targeting big jacks on top water Rapala skitter walks, also catching bluefish and mackerel. Docks, sea walls and drops offs all great areas to target a plethora of species. Snook, tarpon, jacks always main target, but sometimes we are surprised with species we don’t see often in the ICW. This weeks surprise catch was an African pompano, caught by a JR angler. 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
    Finally the wind machine stopped for the Palm Beaches. Calm seas, light variable winds made for epic fishing. The sea weed along the beaches was still present, but the calm waters allowed for the sea weed to settle and anglers to sight fish crystal clear waters. Beach fishing was fantastic the past week, calm waters allowed for bait schools to school in troughs along the beach. Plenty of bait signals predator species like snook, tarpon, jacks and sharks to feed on these bait schools. Snook could be seen cruising the shorelines in search of there next meal. Not far behind the snook, tarpon allowed anglers to sight fish and present live baits and DOA Terror Eyz in there path creating drag screaming action. Inlet action for snook stayed consistent, DOA C.A.L. 3" shad tail in Mole’ rigged with a 3/8oz jig, excellent bait of choice as well as live baits. Tarpon, jacks, sharks and snapper all species that offered steady action . Snapper fishing provided plenty of action for anglers along rock jetties and drop offs. Inshore fishing anglers had a blast targeting big jacks on top water Rapala skitter walks, also catching bluefish and mackerel. Docks, sea walls and drops offs all great areas to target a plethora of species. Snook, tarpon, jacks always main target, but sometimes we are surprised with species we don’t see often in the ICW. This weeks surprise catch was an African pompano, caught by a JR angler. 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
    Finally the wind machine stopped for the Palm Beaches. Calm seas, light variable winds made for epic fishing. The sea weed along the beaches was still present, but the calm waters allowed for the sea weed to settle and anglers to sight fish crystal clear waters. Beach fishing was fantastic the past week, calm waters allowed for bait schools to school in troughs along the beach. Plenty of bait signals predator species like snook, tarpon, jacks and sharks to feed on these bait schools. Snook could be seen cruising the shorelines in search of there next meal. Not far behind the snook, tarpon allowed anglers to sight fish and present live baits and DOA Terror Eyz in there path creating drag screaming action. Inlet action for snook stayed consistent, DOA C.A.L. 3" shad tail in Mole’ rigged with a 3/8oz jig, excellent bait of choice as well as live baits. Tarpon, jacks, sharks and snapper all species that offered steady action . Snapper fishing provided plenty of action for anglers along rock jetties and drop offs. Inshore fishing anglers had a blast targeting big jacks on top water Rapala skitter walks, also catching bluefish and mackerel. Docks, sea walls and drops offs all great areas to target a plethora of species. Snook, tarpon, jacks always main target, but sometimes we are surprised with species we don’t see often in the ICW. This weeks surprise catch was an African pompano, caught by a JR angler. 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

Fishing report from Bob L. in Palm Beach, Florida Book a trip with Captain Bob here.

Fishing report from Tyler B. in Palm Beach, Florida Book a trip with Captain Tyler here.

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