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

Fishing report from Adam B. in St. Augustine, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Adam here.

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

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

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

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

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

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

    Ended up with 8 of them today
    Ended up with 8 of them today

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

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

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

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

    ey guys. Well, 2022 is in the books and 2023 is starting off pretty good. It has warmed back up since Christmas but the reds are still chewing. You can find them in the creek holes still but if you're looking to get on a few upper slot fish the flats are the place to be. They are schooled up nicely and the water is clear. As long as the wind isn't blowing too hard you can get up on them fairly easy. The flounder bite has been better but you can still pick a few here and there in the creeks and around the oysters. Sheepshead and black drum are holding good in the creeks and the trout are holding in the creek holes and creek mouths at lower tides. Mud minnows have been the bait of choice for most but shrimp will be your go to for the sheep's and drum.
    ey guys. Well, 2022 is in the books and 2023 is starting off pretty good. It has warmed back up since Christmas but the reds are still chewing. You can find them in the creek holes still but if you're looking to get on a few upper slot fish the flats are the place to be. They are schooled up nicely and the water is clear. As long as the wind isn't blowing too hard you can get up on them fairly easy. The flounder bite has been better but you can still pick a few here and there in the creeks and around the oysters. Sheepshead and black drum are holding good in the creeks and the trout are holding in the creek holes and creek mouths at lower tides. Mud minnows have been the bait of choice for most but shrimp will be your go to for the sheep's and drum.
    ey guys. Well, 2022 is in the books and 2023 is starting off pretty good. It has warmed back up since Christmas but the reds are still chewing. You can find them in the creek holes still but if you're looking to get on a few upper slot fish the flats are the place to be. They are schooled up nicely and the water is clear. As long as the wind isn't blowing too hard you can get up on them fairly easy. The flounder bite has been better but you can still pick a few here and there in the creeks and around the oysters. Sheepshead and black drum are holding good in the creeks and the trout are holding in the creek holes and creek mouths at lower tides. Mud minnows have been the bait of choice for most but shrimp will be your go to for the sheep's and drum.
    ey guys. Well, 2022 is in the books and 2023 is starting off pretty good. It has warmed back up since Christmas but the reds are still chewing. You can find them in the creek holes still but if you're looking to get on a few upper slot fish the flats are the place to be. They are schooled up nicely and the water is clear. As long as the wind isn't blowing too hard you can get up on them fairly easy. The flounder bite has been better but you can still pick a few here and there in the creeks and around the oysters. Sheepshead and black drum are holding good in the creeks and the trout are holding in the creek holes and creek mouths at lower tides. Mud minnows have been the bait of choice for most but shrimp will be your go to for the sheep's and drum.
    ey guys. Well, 2022 is in the books and 2023 is starting off pretty good. It has warmed back up since Christmas but the reds are still chewing. You can find them in the creek holes still but if you're looking to get on a few upper slot fish the flats are the place to be. They are schooled up nicely and the water is clear. As long as the wind isn't blowing too hard you can get up on them fairly easy. The flounder bite has been better but you can still pick a few here and there in the creeks and around the oysters. Sheepshead and black drum are holding good in the creeks and the trout are holding in the creek holes and creek mouths at lower tides. Mud minnows have been the bait of choice for most but shrimp will be your go to for the sheep's and drum.
    ey guys. Well, 2022 is in the books and 2023 is starting off pretty good. It has warmed back up since Christmas but the reds are still chewing. You can find them in the creek holes still but if you're looking to get on a few upper slot fish the flats are the place to be. They are schooled up nicely and the water is clear. As long as the wind isn't blowing too hard you can get up on them fairly easy. The flounder bite has been better but you can still pick a few here and there in the creeks and around the oysters. Sheepshead and black drum are holding good in the creeks and the trout are holding in the creek holes and creek mouths at lower tides. Mud minnows have been the bait of choice for most but shrimp will be your go to for the sheep's and drum.
    ey guys. Well, 2022 is in the books and 2023 is starting off pretty good. It has warmed back up since Christmas but the reds are still chewing. You can find them in the creek holes still but if you're looking to get on a few upper slot fish the flats are the place to be. They are schooled up nicely and the water is clear. As long as the wind isn't blowing too hard you can get up on them fairly easy. The flounder bite has been better but you can still pick a few here and there in the creeks and around the oysters. Sheepshead and black drum are holding good in the creeks and the trout are holding in the creek holes and creek mouths at lower tides. Mud minnows have been the bait of choice for most but shrimp will be your go to for the sheep's and drum.
    ey guys. Well, 2022 is in the books and 2023 is starting off pretty good. It has warmed back up since Christmas but the reds are still chewing. You can find them in the creek holes still but if you're looking to get on a few upper slot fish the flats are the place to be. They are schooled up nicely and the water is clear. As long as the wind isn't blowing too hard you can get up on them fairly easy. The flounder bite has been better but you can still pick a few here and there in the creeks and around the oysters. Sheepshead and black drum are holding good in the creeks and the trout are holding in the creek holes and creek mouths at lower tides. Mud minnows have been the bait of choice for most but shrimp will be your go to for the sheep's and drum.

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

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

    Fishing bite has been great with water temps cooling off. There's been plenty of sheepshead, redfish, trout, and black drum around
    Fishing bite has been great with water temps cooling off. There's been plenty of sheepshead, redfish, trout, and black drum around
    Fishing bite has been great with water temps cooling off. There's been plenty of sheepshead, redfish, trout, and black drum around
    Fishing bite has been great with water temps cooling off. There's been plenty of sheepshead, redfish, trout, and black drum around
    Fishing bite has been great with water temps cooling off. There's been plenty of sheepshead, redfish, trout, and black drum around
    Fishing bite has been great with water temps cooling off. There's been plenty of sheepshead, redfish, trout, and black drum around
    Fishing bite has been great with water temps cooling off. There's been plenty of sheepshead, redfish, trout, and black drum around
    Fishing bite has been great with water temps cooling off. There's been plenty of sheepshead, redfish, trout, and black drum around

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

    The redfish and flounder bite have been consistent. We’re still targeting them in creek holes and creek mouths on mudminnows or live shrimp with a 1/4oz jighead. Don’t shy away from using a popping cork with at least a 18" leader and 1/0 circle hook. The trout bite has been good at times when water temps go down. Look for temps below 70 with good moving water for the best results using the same bait for flounder and reds. A bycatch of sheepshead and black drum will round out a successful day and just for fun throw in some ladyfish and blues and you’ll put a smile on some faces. Merry Christmas Capt. Mike
    The redfish and flounder bite have been consistent. We’re still targeting them in creek holes and creek mouths on mudminnows or live shrimp with a 1/4oz jighead. Don’t shy away from using a popping cork with at least a 18" leader and 1/0 circle hook. The trout bite has been good at times when water temps go down. Look for temps below 70 with good moving water for the best results using the same bait for flounder and reds. A bycatch of sheepshead and black drum will round out a successful day and just for fun throw in some ladyfish and blues and you’ll put a smile on some faces. Merry Christmas Capt. Mike
    The redfish and flounder bite have been consistent. We’re still targeting them in creek holes and creek mouths on mudminnows or live shrimp with a 1/4oz jighead. Don’t shy away from using a popping cork with at least a 18" leader and 1/0 circle hook. The trout bite has been good at times when water temps go down. Look for temps below 70 with good moving water for the best results using the same bait for flounder and reds. A bycatch of sheepshead and black drum will round out a successful day and just for fun throw in some ladyfish and blues and you’ll put a smile on some faces. Merry Christmas Capt. Mike
    The redfish and flounder bite have been consistent. We’re still targeting them in creek holes and creek mouths on mudminnows or live shrimp with a 1/4oz jighead. Don’t shy away from using a popping cork with at least a 18" leader and 1/0 circle hook. The trout bite has been good at times when water temps go down. Look for temps below 70 with good moving water for the best results using the same bait for flounder and reds. A bycatch of sheepshead and black drum will round out a successful day and just for fun throw in some ladyfish and blues and you’ll put a smile on some faces. Merry Christmas Capt. Mike
    The redfish and flounder bite have been consistent. We’re still targeting them in creek holes and creek mouths on mudminnows or live shrimp with a 1/4oz jighead. Don’t shy away from using a popping cork with at least a 18" leader and 1/0 circle hook. The trout bite has been good at times when water temps go down. Look for temps below 70 with good moving water for the best results using the same bait for flounder and reds. A bycatch of sheepshead and black drum will round out a successful day and just for fun throw in some ladyfish and blues and you’ll put a smile on some faces. Merry Christmas Capt. Mike
    The redfish and flounder bite have been consistent. We’re still targeting them in creek holes and creek mouths on mudminnows or live shrimp with a 1/4oz jighead. Don’t shy away from using a popping cork with at least a 18" leader and 1/0 circle hook. The trout bite has been good at times when water temps go down. Look for temps below 70 with good moving water for the best results using the same bait for flounder and reds. A bycatch of sheepshead and black drum will round out a successful day and just for fun throw in some ladyfish and blues and you’ll put a smile on some faces. Merry Christmas Capt. Mike
    The redfish and flounder bite have been consistent. We’re still targeting them in creek holes and creek mouths on mudminnows or live shrimp with a 1/4oz jighead. Don’t shy away from using a popping cork with at least a 18" leader and 1/0 circle hook. The trout bite has been good at times when water temps go down. Look for temps below 70 with good moving water for the best results using the same bait for flounder and reds. A bycatch of sheepshead and black drum will round out a successful day and just for fun throw in some ladyfish and blues and you’ll put a smile on some faces. Merry Christmas Capt. Mike

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

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

    Tis the season for trout. The water temperature has cooled off enough to trigger the bite. The trout have been stacked up in the creeks and are hungry. Target them in the creek corners and oyster bars on a popping cork or freeline a mudminnow for the best action. Redfish are also stacked up in the creeks using the same tactics and bait. Numbers are sufficient to make for an exciting day on the water but most are under slot. The big flounder are in and ready to eat. Target them along the ICW as well as creek holes using a mudminnows on a jig head. Work it slowly on the bottom until you feel that bump and wait just a few seconds before setting the hook. You won’t be disappointed.
    Tis the season for trout. The water temperature has cooled off enough to trigger the bite. The trout have been stacked up in the creeks and are hungry. Target them in the creek corners and oyster bars on a popping cork or freeline a mudminnow for the best action. Redfish are also stacked up in the creeks using the same tactics and bait. Numbers are sufficient to make for an exciting day on the water but most are under slot. The big flounder are in and ready to eat. Target them along the ICW as well as creek holes using a mudminnows on a jig head. Work it slowly on the bottom until you feel that bump and wait just a few seconds before setting the hook. You won’t be disappointed.
    Tis the season for trout. The water temperature has cooled off enough to trigger the bite. The trout have been stacked up in the creeks and are hungry. Target them in the creek corners and oyster bars on a popping cork or freeline a mudminnow for the best action. Redfish are also stacked up in the creeks using the same tactics and bait. Numbers are sufficient to make for an exciting day on the water but most are under slot. The big flounder are in and ready to eat. Target them along the ICW as well as creek holes using a mudminnows on a jig head. Work it slowly on the bottom until you feel that bump and wait just a few seconds before setting the hook. You won’t be disappointed.
    Tis the season for trout. The water temperature has cooled off enough to trigger the bite. The trout have been stacked up in the creeks and are hungry. Target them in the creek corners and oyster bars on a popping cork or freeline a mudminnow for the best action. Redfish are also stacked up in the creeks using the same tactics and bait. Numbers are sufficient to make for an exciting day on the water but most are under slot. The big flounder are in and ready to eat. Target them along the ICW as well as creek holes using a mudminnows on a jig head. Work it slowly on the bottom until you feel that bump and wait just a few seconds before setting the hook. You won’t be disappointed.
    Tis the season for trout. The water temperature has cooled off enough to trigger the bite. The trout have been stacked up in the creeks and are hungry. Target them in the creek corners and oyster bars on a popping cork or freeline a mudminnow for the best action. Redfish are also stacked up in the creeks using the same tactics and bait. Numbers are sufficient to make for an exciting day on the water but most are under slot. The big flounder are in and ready to eat. Target them along the ICW as well as creek holes using a mudminnows on a jig head. Work it slowly on the bottom until you feel that bump and wait just a few seconds before setting the hook. You won’t be disappointed.
    Tis the season for trout. The water temperature has cooled off enough to trigger the bite. The trout have been stacked up in the creeks and are hungry. Target them in the creek corners and oyster bars on a popping cork or freeline a mudminnow for the best action. Redfish are also stacked up in the creeks using the same tactics and bait. Numbers are sufficient to make for an exciting day on the water but most are under slot. The big flounder are in and ready to eat. Target them along the ICW as well as creek holes using a mudminnows on a jig head. Work it slowly on the bottom until you feel that bump and wait just a few seconds before setting the hook. You won’t be disappointed.
    Tis the season for trout. The water temperature has cooled off enough to trigger the bite. The trout have been stacked up in the creeks and are hungry. Target them in the creek corners and oyster bars on a popping cork or freeline a mudminnow for the best action. Redfish are also stacked up in the creeks using the same tactics and bait. Numbers are sufficient to make for an exciting day on the water but most are under slot. The big flounder are in and ready to eat. Target them along the ICW as well as creek holes using a mudminnows on a jig head. Work it slowly on the bottom until you feel that bump and wait just a few seconds before setting the hook. You won’t be disappointed.
    Tis the season for trout. The water temperature has cooled off enough to trigger the bite. The trout have been stacked up in the creeks and are hungry. Target them in the creek corners and oyster bars on a popping cork or freeline a mudminnow for the best action. Redfish are also stacked up in the creeks using the same tactics and bait. Numbers are sufficient to make for an exciting day on the water but most are under slot. The big flounder are in and ready to eat. Target them along the ICW as well as creek holes using a mudminnows on a jig head. Work it slowly on the bottom until you feel that bump and wait just a few seconds before setting the hook. You won’t be disappointed.
    Tis the season for trout. The water temperature has cooled off enough to trigger the bite. The trout have been stacked up in the creeks and are hungry. Target them in the creek corners and oyster bars on a popping cork or freeline a mudminnow for the best action. Redfish are also stacked up in the creeks using the same tactics and bait. Numbers are sufficient to make for an exciting day on the water but most are under slot. The big flounder are in and ready to eat. Target them along the ICW as well as creek holes using a mudminnows on a jig head. Work it slowly on the bottom until you feel that bump and wait just a few seconds before setting the hook. You won’t be disappointed.

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

    The Redfish are still in and biting good around the bridges and the inlet, and now the drum and sheepshead are biting as well.
    The Redfish are still in and biting good around the bridges and the inlet, and now the drum and sheepshead are biting as well.

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

    Hey Hannah, the redfish bite is still steady. With the flood tides target grass lines with a popping cork and a live mullet or shrimp on a 1/0 circle hook. For the bull reds target the inlets with either live mullet, blue crab or cut bait on a 3/0 hook with minimal weight. Slack tides will produce the best fishing. Flounder, same ole story. Target creek mouths, bends and sandbars. The snook bite is the best it's been in a couple of weeks. Target most of the same area's as the smaller refs and flounder with live shrimp or finger mullet on a 1/0 to a 3/0 hook with a split shot or under a popping cork. In the St. John's River the everything is still keyed in on shrimp as they thin out. Use a slip cork rig with a 1/0 to 3/0 hook and pitch up close to natural shoreline and hold on. You can expect to catch everything from largemouth, striped bass, red fish and catfish. Currently we are experiencing higher than usual flood tides so the fishing is tough but once you find them the bite is pretty good.
    Hey Hannah, the redfish bite is still steady. With the flood tides target grass lines with a popping cork and a live mullet or shrimp on a 1/0 circle hook. For the bull reds target the inlets with either live mullet, blue crab or cut bait on a 3/0 hook with minimal weight. Slack tides will produce the best fishing. Flounder, same ole story. Target creek mouths, bends and sandbars. The snook bite is the best it's been in a couple of weeks. Target most of the same area's as the smaller refs and flounder with live shrimp or finger mullet on a 1/0 to a 3/0 hook with a split shot or under a popping cork. In the St. John's River the everything is still keyed in on shrimp as they thin out. Use a slip cork rig with a 1/0 to 3/0 hook and pitch up close to natural shoreline and hold on. You can expect to catch everything from largemouth, striped bass, red fish and catfish. Currently we are experiencing higher than usual flood tides so the fishing is tough but once you find them the bite is pretty good.
    Hey Hannah, the redfish bite is still steady. With the flood tides target grass lines with a popping cork and a live mullet or shrimp on a 1/0 circle hook. For the bull reds target the inlets with either live mullet, blue crab or cut bait on a 3/0 hook with minimal weight. Slack tides will produce the best fishing. Flounder, same ole story. Target creek mouths, bends and sandbars. The snook bite is the best it's been in a couple of weeks. Target most of the same area's as the smaller refs and flounder with live shrimp or finger mullet on a 1/0 to a 3/0 hook with a split shot or under a popping cork. In the St. John's River the everything is still keyed in on shrimp as they thin out. Use a slip cork rig with a 1/0 to 3/0 hook and pitch up close to natural shoreline and hold on. You can expect to catch everything from largemouth, striped bass, red fish and catfish. Currently we are experiencing higher than usual flood tides so the fishing is tough but once you find them the bite is pretty good.
    Hey Hannah, the redfish bite is still steady. With the flood tides target grass lines with a popping cork and a live mullet or shrimp on a 1/0 circle hook. For the bull reds target the inlets with either live mullet, blue crab or cut bait on a 3/0 hook with minimal weight. Slack tides will produce the best fishing. Flounder, same ole story. Target creek mouths, bends and sandbars. The snook bite is the best it's been in a couple of weeks. Target most of the same area's as the smaller refs and flounder with live shrimp or finger mullet on a 1/0 to a 3/0 hook with a split shot or under a popping cork. In the St. John's River the everything is still keyed in on shrimp as they thin out. Use a slip cork rig with a 1/0 to 3/0 hook and pitch up close to natural shoreline and hold on. You can expect to catch everything from largemouth, striped bass, red fish and catfish. Currently we are experiencing higher than usual flood tides so the fishing is tough but once you find them the bite is pretty good.
    Hey Hannah, the redfish bite is still steady. With the flood tides target grass lines with a popping cork and a live mullet or shrimp on a 1/0 circle hook. For the bull reds target the inlets with either live mullet, blue crab or cut bait on a 3/0 hook with minimal weight. Slack tides will produce the best fishing. Flounder, same ole story. Target creek mouths, bends and sandbars. The snook bite is the best it's been in a couple of weeks. Target most of the same area's as the smaller refs and flounder with live shrimp or finger mullet on a 1/0 to a 3/0 hook with a split shot or under a popping cork. In the St. John's River the everything is still keyed in on shrimp as they thin out. Use a slip cork rig with a 1/0 to 3/0 hook and pitch up close to natural shoreline and hold on. You can expect to catch everything from largemouth, striped bass, red fish and catfish. Currently we are experiencing higher than usual flood tides so the fishing is tough but once you find them the bite is pretty good.
    Hey Hannah, the redfish bite is still steady. With the flood tides target grass lines with a popping cork and a live mullet or shrimp on a 1/0 circle hook. For the bull reds target the inlets with either live mullet, blue crab or cut bait on a 3/0 hook with minimal weight. Slack tides will produce the best fishing. Flounder, same ole story. Target creek mouths, bends and sandbars. The snook bite is the best it's been in a couple of weeks. Target most of the same area's as the smaller refs and flounder with live shrimp or finger mullet on a 1/0 to a 3/0 hook with a split shot or under a popping cork. In the St. John's River the everything is still keyed in on shrimp as they thin out. Use a slip cork rig with a 1/0 to 3/0 hook and pitch up close to natural shoreline and hold on. You can expect to catch everything from largemouth, striped bass, red fish and catfish. Currently we are experiencing higher than usual flood tides so the fishing is tough but once you find them the bite is pretty good.
    Hey Hannah, the redfish bite is still steady. With the flood tides target grass lines with a popping cork and a live mullet or shrimp on a 1/0 circle hook. For the bull reds target the inlets with either live mullet, blue crab or cut bait on a 3/0 hook with minimal weight. Slack tides will produce the best fishing. Flounder, same ole story. Target creek mouths, bends and sandbars. The snook bite is the best it's been in a couple of weeks. Target most of the same area's as the smaller refs and flounder with live shrimp or finger mullet on a 1/0 to a 3/0 hook with a split shot or under a popping cork. In the St. John's River the everything is still keyed in on shrimp as they thin out. Use a slip cork rig with a 1/0 to 3/0 hook and pitch up close to natural shoreline and hold on. You can expect to catch everything from largemouth, striped bass, red fish and catfish. Currently we are experiencing higher than usual flood tides so the fishing is tough but once you find them the bite is pretty good.
    Hey Hannah, the redfish bite is still steady. With the flood tides target grass lines with a popping cork and a live mullet or shrimp on a 1/0 circle hook. For the bull reds target the inlets with either live mullet, blue crab or cut bait on a 3/0 hook with minimal weight. Slack tides will produce the best fishing. Flounder, same ole story. Target creek mouths, bends and sandbars. The snook bite is the best it's been in a couple of weeks. Target most of the same area's as the smaller refs and flounder with live shrimp or finger mullet on a 1/0 to a 3/0 hook with a split shot or under a popping cork. In the St. John's River the everything is still keyed in on shrimp as they thin out. Use a slip cork rig with a 1/0 to 3/0 hook and pitch up close to natural shoreline and hold on. You can expect to catch everything from largemouth, striped bass, red fish and catfish. Currently we are experiencing higher than usual flood tides so the fishing is tough but once you find them the bite is pretty good.
    Hey Hannah, the redfish bite is still steady. With the flood tides target grass lines with a popping cork and a live mullet or shrimp on a 1/0 circle hook. For the bull reds target the inlets with either live mullet, blue crab or cut bait on a 3/0 hook with minimal weight. Slack tides will produce the best fishing. Flounder, same ole story. Target creek mouths, bends and sandbars. The snook bite is the best it's been in a couple of weeks. Target most of the same area's as the smaller refs and flounder with live shrimp or finger mullet on a 1/0 to a 3/0 hook with a split shot or under a popping cork. In the St. John's River the everything is still keyed in on shrimp as they thin out. Use a slip cork rig with a 1/0 to 3/0 hook and pitch up close to natural shoreline and hold on. You can expect to catch everything from largemouth, striped bass, red fish and catfish. Currently we are experiencing higher than usual flood tides so the fishing is tough but once you find them the bite is pretty good.
    Hey Hannah, the redfish bite is still steady. With the flood tides target grass lines with a popping cork and a live mullet or shrimp on a 1/0 circle hook. For the bull reds target the inlets with either live mullet, blue crab or cut bait on a 3/0 hook with minimal weight. Slack tides will produce the best fishing. Flounder, same ole story. Target creek mouths, bends and sandbars. The snook bite is the best it's been in a couple of weeks. Target most of the same area's as the smaller refs and flounder with live shrimp or finger mullet on a 1/0 to a 3/0 hook with a split shot or under a popping cork. In the St. John's River the everything is still keyed in on shrimp as they thin out. Use a slip cork rig with a 1/0 to 3/0 hook and pitch up close to natural shoreline and hold on. You can expect to catch everything from largemouth, striped bass, red fish and catfish. Currently we are experiencing higher than usual flood tides so the fishing is tough but once you find them the bite is pretty good.
    Hey Hannah, the redfish bite is still steady. With the flood tides target grass lines with a popping cork and a live mullet or shrimp on a 1/0 circle hook. For the bull reds target the inlets with either live mullet, blue crab or cut bait on a 3/0 hook with minimal weight. Slack tides will produce the best fishing. Flounder, same ole story. Target creek mouths, bends and sandbars. The snook bite is the best it's been in a couple of weeks. Target most of the same area's as the smaller refs and flounder with live shrimp or finger mullet on a 1/0 to a 3/0 hook with a split shot or under a popping cork. In the St. John's River the everything is still keyed in on shrimp as they thin out. Use a slip cork rig with a 1/0 to 3/0 hook and pitch up close to natural shoreline and hold on. You can expect to catch everything from largemouth, striped bass, red fish and catfish. Currently we are experiencing higher than usual flood tides so the fishing is tough but once you find them the bite is pretty good.
    Hey Hannah, the redfish bite is still steady. With the flood tides target grass lines with a popping cork and a live mullet or shrimp on a 1/0 circle hook. For the bull reds target the inlets with either live mullet, blue crab or cut bait on a 3/0 hook with minimal weight. Slack tides will produce the best fishing. Flounder, same ole story. Target creek mouths, bends and sandbars. The snook bite is the best it's been in a couple of weeks. Target most of the same area's as the smaller refs and flounder with live shrimp or finger mullet on a 1/0 to a 3/0 hook with a split shot or under a popping cork. In the St. John's River the everything is still keyed in on shrimp as they thin out. Use a slip cork rig with a 1/0 to 3/0 hook and pitch up close to natural shoreline and hold on. You can expect to catch everything from largemouth, striped bass, red fish and catfish. Currently we are experiencing higher than usual flood tides so the fishing is tough but once you find them the bite is pretty good.
    Hey Hannah, the redfish bite is still steady. With the flood tides target grass lines with a popping cork and a live mullet or shrimp on a 1/0 circle hook. For the bull reds target the inlets with either live mullet, blue crab or cut bait on a 3/0 hook with minimal weight. Slack tides will produce the best fishing. Flounder, same ole story. Target creek mouths, bends and sandbars. The snook bite is the best it's been in a couple of weeks. Target most of the same area's as the smaller refs and flounder with live shrimp or finger mullet on a 1/0 to a 3/0 hook with a split shot or under a popping cork. In the St. John's River the everything is still keyed in on shrimp as they thin out. Use a slip cork rig with a 1/0 to 3/0 hook and pitch up close to natural shoreline and hold on. You can expect to catch everything from largemouth, striped bass, red fish and catfish. Currently we are experiencing higher than usual flood tides so the fishing is tough but once you find them the bite is pretty good.
    Hey Hannah, the redfish bite is still steady. With the flood tides target grass lines with a popping cork and a live mullet or shrimp on a 1/0 circle hook. For the bull reds target the inlets with either live mullet, blue crab or cut bait on a 3/0 hook with minimal weight. Slack tides will produce the best fishing. Flounder, same ole story. Target creek mouths, bends and sandbars. The snook bite is the best it's been in a couple of weeks. Target most of the same area's as the smaller refs and flounder with live shrimp or finger mullet on a 1/0 to a 3/0 hook with a split shot or under a popping cork. In the St. John's River the everything is still keyed in on shrimp as they thin out. Use a slip cork rig with a 1/0 to 3/0 hook and pitch up close to natural shoreline and hold on. You can expect to catch everything from largemouth, striped bass, red fish and catfish. Currently we are experiencing higher than usual flood tides so the fishing is tough but once you find them the bite is pretty good.

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.
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