Pensacola Fishing Reports

Fishing reports from Pensacola, Florida, Late September 2022

Fishing report from Jake D. in Pensacola, Florida.

    The fishing here has been pretty steady this past month. Redfish, black snapper, flounder, trout and mackerel have been plentiful. Offshore fishing has been great whenever we can get out there!
    The fishing here has been pretty steady this past month. Redfish, black snapper, flounder, trout and mackerel have been plentiful. Offshore fishing has been great whenever we can get out there!
    The fishing here has been pretty steady this past month. Redfish, black snapper, flounder, trout and mackerel have been plentiful. Offshore fishing has been great whenever we can get out there!

Fishing report from Jacob M. in Pensacola, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Jacob here.

Fishing report from Larry S. in Pensacola, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Larry here.

    It's fall time and the inshore bite is heating up. In the bays we are still catching some great Spanish mackerel floating live shrimp with about a 1/2 ounce Carolina rig. Inshore, the trout and redfish are hitting suspending jerk-baits and plastics such as paddle tails or curly tails. Offshore, it's game on for big schools of skipjacks and Bonita boiling up. Look for any type of floating cover and you'll find schools of Mahi and triple tails swimming around it. Now is the time to get those trolling plugs out and search for those trophy fish such as Mahi, wahoo, sails, and swords!

Fishing report from Tim K. in Pensacola, Florida.

    The spanish mackerel , jack crevalle, and mangrove snapper have been caught inshore and a slight cool front just cooled the Temps down for us. We've caught big amberjack, mingos and Spanish mackerel offshore as well!

Fishing report from Jake D. in Pensacola, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Jake here.

    Hey man, the inshore fishing has been heating up as the water cools down. A lot of redfish, mangrove snapper, and a few flounder mixed in. The offshore bite has stayed consistent through the past few weeks with triggerfish, vermillion snapper, and amberjack
    Hey man, the inshore fishing has been heating up as the water cools down. A lot of redfish, mangrove snapper, and a few flounder mixed in. The offshore bite has stayed consistent through the past few weeks with triggerfish, vermillion snapper, and amberjack
    Hey man, the inshore fishing has been heating up as the water cools down. A lot of redfish, mangrove snapper, and a few flounder mixed in. The offshore bite has stayed consistent through the past few weeks with triggerfish, vermillion snapper, and amberjack
    Hey man, the inshore fishing has been heating up as the water cools down. A lot of redfish, mangrove snapper, and a few flounder mixed in. The offshore bite has stayed consistent through the past few weeks with triggerfish, vermillion snapper, and amberjack
    Hey man, the inshore fishing has been heating up as the water cools down. A lot of redfish, mangrove snapper, and a few flounder mixed in. The offshore bite has stayed consistent through the past few weeks with triggerfish, vermillion snapper, and amberjack
    Hey man, the inshore fishing has been heating up as the water cools down. A lot of redfish, mangrove snapper, and a few flounder mixed in. The offshore bite has stayed consistent through the past few weeks with triggerfish, vermillion snapper, and amberjack
    Hey man, the inshore fishing has been heating up as the water cools down. A lot of redfish, mangrove snapper, and a few flounder mixed in. The offshore bite has stayed consistent through the past few weeks with triggerfish, vermillion snapper, and amberjack

Fishing report from Larry S. in Pensacola, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Larry here.

    Late summer/early fall fishing is starting to heat up. Getting a weather window to make the trip out has been a challenge. However, when able to get offshore, we are catching a variety of species with the second half of trigger fish season open and now Amberjack opening back, I expect a lot of great offshore catches over the next few weeks. Deep drop fishing for vermillion snapper, porgies, and various grouper species has been on fire. For those who like our top water action, the waters have been boiling with skipjacks and Mahi. Now is the time to get out there and catch them up before they move out to their winter waters.

Fishing report from Tim K. in Pensacola, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Tim here.

    Redfish, specks, jack crevalle, and mingos have been a good success lately
    Redfish, specks, jack crevalle, and mingos have been a good success lately
    Redfish, specks, jack crevalle, and mingos have been a good success lately
    Redfish, specks, jack crevalle, and mingos have been a good success lately

Fishing report from Jacob M. in Pensacola, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Jacob here.

Fishing report from Jake D. in Pensacola, Florida.

    The inshore has been heating up lately! As water temperature cools off it seems like the bite has steadily picked up. Offshore has been consistently good, typically coming home with our limits of triggerfish and vermillion snapper
    The inshore has been heating up lately! As water temperature cools off it seems like the bite has steadily picked up. Offshore has been consistently good, typically coming home with our limits of triggerfish and vermillion snapper
    The inshore has been heating up lately! As water temperature cools off it seems like the bite has steadily picked up. Offshore has been consistently good, typically coming home with our limits of triggerfish and vermillion snapper

Fishing report from Doug P. in Pensacola, Florida.

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