St. Augustine Fishing Reports

Fishing reports from St. Augustine, Florida, Late September 2022

Fishing report from Clay P. in St. Augustine, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Clay here.

    The Mullet migration is here and so are the big redfish!
    The Mullet migration is here and so are the big redfish!
    The Mullet migration is here and so are the big redfish!
    The Mullet migration is here and so are the big redfish!
    The Mullet migration is here and so are the big redfish!
    The Mullet migration is here and so are the big redfish!

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

    The red fish bite is still good despite them being spread out a little in the creeks and flats. Most are staging in the inlets for the mullet run and spawning. Flounder and drum bite is still good. Look for both in creek corners and creek mouths for the flounder. The water temperature will start to drop in the next few weeks so we can expect to start seeing some triple tail more often and the trout bite will get better. We’re also picking up snook in residential canals and creeks on the falling tide. Tarpon are on the beach along with big jacks and Spanish mackerel. Target the pogy pods just off the beach or in the surf.
    The red fish bite is still good despite them being spread out a little in the creeks and flats. Most are staging in the inlets for the mullet run and spawning. Flounder and drum bite is still good. Look for both in creek corners and creek mouths for the flounder. The water temperature will start to drop in the next few weeks so we can expect to start seeing some triple tail more often and the trout bite will get better. We’re also picking up snook in residential canals and creeks on the falling tide. Tarpon are on the beach along with big jacks and Spanish mackerel. Target the pogy pods just off the beach or in the surf.
    The red fish bite is still good despite them being spread out a little in the creeks and flats. Most are staging in the inlets for the mullet run and spawning. Flounder and drum bite is still good. Look for both in creek corners and creek mouths for the flounder. The water temperature will start to drop in the next few weeks so we can expect to start seeing some triple tail more often and the trout bite will get better. We’re also picking up snook in residential canals and creeks on the falling tide. Tarpon are on the beach along with big jacks and Spanish mackerel. Target the pogy pods just off the beach or in the surf.
    The red fish bite is still good despite them being spread out a little in the creeks and flats. Most are staging in the inlets for the mullet run and spawning. Flounder and drum bite is still good. Look for both in creek corners and creek mouths for the flounder. The water temperature will start to drop in the next few weeks so we can expect to start seeing some triple tail more often and the trout bite will get better. We’re also picking up snook in residential canals and creeks on the falling tide. Tarpon are on the beach along with big jacks and Spanish mackerel. Target the pogy pods just off the beach or in the surf.
    The red fish bite is still good despite them being spread out a little in the creeks and flats. Most are staging in the inlets for the mullet run and spawning. Flounder and drum bite is still good. Look for both in creek corners and creek mouths for the flounder. The water temperature will start to drop in the next few weeks so we can expect to start seeing some triple tail more often and the trout bite will get better. We’re also picking up snook in residential canals and creeks on the falling tide. Tarpon are on the beach along with big jacks and Spanish mackerel. Target the pogy pods just off the beach or in the surf.
    The red fish bite is still good despite them being spread out a little in the creeks and flats. Most are staging in the inlets for the mullet run and spawning. Flounder and drum bite is still good. Look for both in creek corners and creek mouths for the flounder. The water temperature will start to drop in the next few weeks so we can expect to start seeing some triple tail more often and the trout bite will get better. We’re also picking up snook in residential canals and creeks on the falling tide. Tarpon are on the beach along with big jacks and Spanish mackerel. Target the pogy pods just off the beach or in the surf.

Fishing report from Kevin H. in St. Augustine, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Kevin here.

    Reds are starting to run good now. Mullet run is beginning. Still picking up a few good flounder and a few good snook. All in all a good bite right now
    Reds are starting to run good now. Mullet run is beginning. Still picking up a few good flounder and a few good snook. All in all a good bite right now
    Reds are starting to run good now. Mullet run is beginning. Still picking up a few good flounder and a few good snook. All in all a good bite right now
    Reds are starting to run good now. Mullet run is beginning. Still picking up a few good flounder and a few good snook. All in all a good bite right now
    Reds are starting to run good now. Mullet run is beginning. Still picking up a few good flounder and a few good snook. All in all a good bite right now

Fishing report from Kevin H. in St. Augustine, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Kevin here.

    Slow today but we managed to get a few

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

    The redfish bite is still steady. They are moving into the inlets to spawn as the mullet are coming in. Flounder bite is still good and the tarpon are on the beach. Target the pogy pods on or near the beach with live finger mullet. Also lady fish, blues and bonita mixed in.
    The redfish bite is still steady. They are moving into the inlets to spawn as the mullet are coming in. Flounder bite is still good and the tarpon are on the beach. Target the pogy pods on or near the beach with live finger mullet. Also lady fish, blues and bonita mixed in.
    The redfish bite is still steady. They are moving into the inlets to spawn as the mullet are coming in. Flounder bite is still good and the tarpon are on the beach. Target the pogy pods on or near the beach with live finger mullet. Also lady fish, blues and bonita mixed in.
    The redfish bite is still steady. They are moving into the inlets to spawn as the mullet are coming in. Flounder bite is still good and the tarpon are on the beach. Target the pogy pods on or near the beach with live finger mullet. Also lady fish, blues and bonita mixed in.
    The redfish bite is still steady. They are moving into the inlets to spawn as the mullet are coming in. Flounder bite is still good and the tarpon are on the beach. Target the pogy pods on or near the beach with live finger mullet. Also lady fish, blues and bonita mixed in.
    The redfish bite is still steady. They are moving into the inlets to spawn as the mullet are coming in. Flounder bite is still good and the tarpon are on the beach. Target the pogy pods on or near the beach with live finger mullet. Also lady fish, blues and bonita mixed in.

Fishing report from Clay P. in St. Augustine, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Clay here.

    Been catching mangrove snapper and redfish on fingerling mullet and mud minnows.
    Been catching mangrove snapper and redfish on fingerling mullet and mud minnows.
    Been catching mangrove snapper and redfish on fingerling mullet and mud minnows.
    Been catching mangrove snapper and redfish on fingerling mullet and mud minnows.
    Been catching mangrove snapper and redfish on fingerling mullet and mud minnows.

Fishing report from Clay P. in St. Augustine, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Clay here.

    Been catching a few, but it will get better in September and October around here, caught some big shrimp over on the west coast of Florida while we were on vacation, thanks
    Been catching a few, but it will get better in September and October around here, caught some big shrimp over on the west coast of Florida while we were on vacation, thanks
    Been catching a few, but it will get better in September and October around here, caught some big shrimp over on the west coast of Florida while we were on vacation, thanks
    Been catching a few, but it will get better in September and October around here, caught some big shrimp over on the west coast of Florida while we were on vacation, thanks
    Been catching a few, but it will get better in September and October around here, caught some big shrimp over on the west coast of Florida while we were on vacation, thanks
    Been catching a few, but it will get better in September and October around here, caught some big shrimp over on the west coast of Florida while we were on vacation, thanks

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

    The bite has been good early and late. Summer time pattern so get out early or late afternoon just before dark. Coordinate with the tides. Outgoing early and incoming late is best for reds and trout. It's a new moon so the tides will be strong. We've been experiencing low low tides the last few weeks with a west to south west wind that's pushing the water out. Hit the creeks and flats early in the falling tide and you should do well on the reds, drum and flounder. Shrimp are still the bait of choice but the mullet run will kick off in the next few weeks so expect a shift in baits. Black drum, flounder and trout can be found in deep corners along the creek bends with a strong current on jigheads or circle hooks with a small splitshot .
    The bite has been good early and late. Summer time pattern so get out early or late afternoon just before dark. Coordinate with the tides. Outgoing early and incoming late is best for reds and trout. It's a new moon so the tides will be strong. We've been experiencing low low tides the last few weeks with a west to south west wind that's pushing the water out. Hit the creeks and flats early in the falling tide and you should do well on the reds, drum and flounder. Shrimp are still the bait of choice but the mullet run will kick off in the next few weeks so expect a shift in baits. Black drum, flounder and trout can be found in deep corners along the creek bends with a strong current on jigheads or circle hooks with a small splitshot .
    The bite has been good early and late. Summer time pattern so get out early or late afternoon just before dark. Coordinate with the tides. Outgoing early and incoming late is best for reds and trout. It's a new moon so the tides will be strong. We've been experiencing low low tides the last few weeks with a west to south west wind that's pushing the water out. Hit the creeks and flats early in the falling tide and you should do well on the reds, drum and flounder. Shrimp are still the bait of choice but the mullet run will kick off in the next few weeks so expect a shift in baits. Black drum, flounder and trout can be found in deep corners along the creek bends with a strong current on jigheads or circle hooks with a small splitshot .
    The bite has been good early and late. Summer time pattern so get out early or late afternoon just before dark. Coordinate with the tides. Outgoing early and incoming late is best for reds and trout. It's a new moon so the tides will be strong. We've been experiencing low low tides the last few weeks with a west to south west wind that's pushing the water out. Hit the creeks and flats early in the falling tide and you should do well on the reds, drum and flounder. Shrimp are still the bait of choice but the mullet run will kick off in the next few weeks so expect a shift in baits. Black drum, flounder and trout can be found in deep corners along the creek bends with a strong current on jigheads or circle hooks with a small splitshot .
    The bite has been good early and late. Summer time pattern so get out early or late afternoon just before dark. Coordinate with the tides. Outgoing early and incoming late is best for reds and trout. It's a new moon so the tides will be strong. We've been experiencing low low tides the last few weeks with a west to south west wind that's pushing the water out. Hit the creeks and flats early in the falling tide and you should do well on the reds, drum and flounder. Shrimp are still the bait of choice but the mullet run will kick off in the next few weeks so expect a shift in baits. Black drum, flounder and trout can be found in deep corners along the creek bends with a strong current on jigheads or circle hooks with a small splitshot .
    The bite has been good early and late. Summer time pattern so get out early or late afternoon just before dark. Coordinate with the tides. Outgoing early and incoming late is best for reds and trout. It's a new moon so the tides will be strong. We've been experiencing low low tides the last few weeks with a west to south west wind that's pushing the water out. Hit the creeks and flats early in the falling tide and you should do well on the reds, drum and flounder. Shrimp are still the bait of choice but the mullet run will kick off in the next few weeks so expect a shift in baits. Black drum, flounder and trout can be found in deep corners along the creek bends with a strong current on jigheads or circle hooks with a small splitshot .
    The bite has been good early and late. Summer time pattern so get out early or late afternoon just before dark. Coordinate with the tides. Outgoing early and incoming late is best for reds and trout. It's a new moon so the tides will be strong. We've been experiencing low low tides the last few weeks with a west to south west wind that's pushing the water out. Hit the creeks and flats early in the falling tide and you should do well on the reds, drum and flounder. Shrimp are still the bait of choice but the mullet run will kick off in the next few weeks so expect a shift in baits. Black drum, flounder and trout can be found in deep corners along the creek bends with a strong current on jigheads or circle hooks with a small splitshot .
    The bite has been good early and late. Summer time pattern so get out early or late afternoon just before dark. Coordinate with the tides. Outgoing early and incoming late is best for reds and trout. It's a new moon so the tides will be strong. We've been experiencing low low tides the last few weeks with a west to south west wind that's pushing the water out. Hit the creeks and flats early in the falling tide and you should do well on the reds, drum and flounder. Shrimp are still the bait of choice but the mullet run will kick off in the next few weeks so expect a shift in baits. Black drum, flounder and trout can be found in deep corners along the creek bends with a strong current on jigheads or circle hooks with a small splitshot .
    The bite has been good early and late. Summer time pattern so get out early or late afternoon just before dark. Coordinate with the tides. Outgoing early and incoming late is best for reds and trout. It's a new moon so the tides will be strong. We've been experiencing low low tides the last few weeks with a west to south west wind that's pushing the water out. Hit the creeks and flats early in the falling tide and you should do well on the reds, drum and flounder. Shrimp are still the bait of choice but the mullet run will kick off in the next few weeks so expect a shift in baits. Black drum, flounder and trout can be found in deep corners along the creek bends with a strong current on jigheads or circle hooks with a small splitshot .
    The bite has been good early and late. Summer time pattern so get out early or late afternoon just before dark. Coordinate with the tides. Outgoing early and incoming late is best for reds and trout. It's a new moon so the tides will be strong. We've been experiencing low low tides the last few weeks with a west to south west wind that's pushing the water out. Hit the creeks and flats early in the falling tide and you should do well on the reds, drum and flounder. Shrimp are still the bait of choice but the mullet run will kick off in the next few weeks so expect a shift in baits. Black drum, flounder and trout can be found in deep corners along the creek bends with a strong current on jigheads or circle hooks with a small splitshot .
    The bite has been good early and late. Summer time pattern so get out early or late afternoon just before dark. Coordinate with the tides. Outgoing early and incoming late is best for reds and trout. It's a new moon so the tides will be strong. We've been experiencing low low tides the last few weeks with a west to south west wind that's pushing the water out. Hit the creeks and flats early in the falling tide and you should do well on the reds, drum and flounder. Shrimp are still the bait of choice but the mullet run will kick off in the next few weeks so expect a shift in baits. Black drum, flounder and trout can be found in deep corners along the creek bends with a strong current on jigheads or circle hooks with a small splitshot .
    The bite has been good early and late. Summer time pattern so get out early or late afternoon just before dark. Coordinate with the tides. Outgoing early and incoming late is best for reds and trout. It's a new moon so the tides will be strong. We've been experiencing low low tides the last few weeks with a west to south west wind that's pushing the water out. Hit the creeks and flats early in the falling tide and you should do well on the reds, drum and flounder. Shrimp are still the bait of choice but the mullet run will kick off in the next few weeks so expect a shift in baits. Black drum, flounder and trout can be found in deep corners along the creek bends with a strong current on jigheads or circle hooks with a small splitshot .
    The bite has been good early and late. Summer time pattern so get out early or late afternoon just before dark. Coordinate with the tides. Outgoing early and incoming late is best for reds and trout. It's a new moon so the tides will be strong. We've been experiencing low low tides the last few weeks with a west to south west wind that's pushing the water out. Hit the creeks and flats early in the falling tide and you should do well on the reds, drum and flounder. Shrimp are still the bait of choice but the mullet run will kick off in the next few weeks so expect a shift in baits. Black drum, flounder and trout can be found in deep corners along the creek bends with a strong current on jigheads or circle hooks with a small splitshot .
    The bite has been good early and late. Summer time pattern so get out early or late afternoon just before dark. Coordinate with the tides. Outgoing early and incoming late is best for reds and trout. It's a new moon so the tides will be strong. We've been experiencing low low tides the last few weeks with a west to south west wind that's pushing the water out. Hit the creeks and flats early in the falling tide and you should do well on the reds, drum and flounder. Shrimp are still the bait of choice but the mullet run will kick off in the next few weeks so expect a shift in baits. Black drum, flounder and trout can be found in deep corners along the creek bends with a strong current on jigheads or circle hooks with a small splitshot .
    The bite has been good early and late. Summer time pattern so get out early or late afternoon just before dark. Coordinate with the tides. Outgoing early and incoming late is best for reds and trout. It's a new moon so the tides will be strong. We've been experiencing low low tides the last few weeks with a west to south west wind that's pushing the water out. Hit the creeks and flats early in the falling tide and you should do well on the reds, drum and flounder. Shrimp are still the bait of choice but the mullet run will kick off in the next few weeks so expect a shift in baits. Black drum, flounder and trout can be found in deep corners along the creek bends with a strong current on jigheads or circle hooks with a small splitshot .

Fishing report from Clay P. in St. Augustine, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Clay here.

Fishing report from Lehman N. in St. Augustine, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Lehman here.

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