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Fishing report from Steven H. in Sarasota, Florida

Fishing report from Rio S. in Melbourne Beach, Florida Book a trip with Captain Rio here.

    Pompano have been showing up in the area since we've had our first cold fronts of the winter. We are finding that there are lots of quality fish coming through which makes up for the lack of numbers. As this pattern goes on and with the weather cooperating we're looking at a good season!

Fishing report from Daniel G. in Beaufort, North Carolina Book a trip with Captain Daniel here.

Fishing report from Jason L. in Cedar Key, Florida Book a trip with Captain Jason here.

Fishing report from Joey V. in Frisco, North Carolina

    Has been great bluefishing casting sting silvers around the inlet along with some red drum on cut mullet and in the backwaters of the sound has been speckled trout and grey trout casting 1/4 oz jigs with zman 3 in minnowz in natural color
    Has been great bluefishing casting sting silvers around the inlet along with some red drum on cut mullet and in the backwaters of the sound has been speckled trout and grey trout casting 1/4 oz jigs with zman 3 in minnowz in natural color

Fishing report from Frank B. in Stone Harbor, New Jersey Book a trip with Captain Frank here.

    What a fun day out! Skel and I ran out to see what we might find. First stop was the reef. We spot locked over a pile of rubble and hauled up short sea bass, after short sea bass. I managed three blues and a triggerfish too. Made a move to o eof the wrecks, but it was barren. Ran a few miles further out and tried another wreck. We found more sea bass, but they were even smaller. The question burning in our minds was simple; push further out in search of bigger sea bass, or, run back inside and enjoy the bent rods? We ended up pushing further out. We found some sea bass pots and worked the area in between them. There were clouds of fish! We started off with bait, Mole crabs, clam, and squid. Then I changed up to jigging. Jigs were the ticket. Bigger fish and quicker results. While hauling up a ton of short sea bass, we slowly drifted close to one of the pots. We noticed some movement and realized there was a big school of little mahi holding to the structure. We tried chunks of peanuts, whole peanuts, and all sorts of lures. Skel managed to finally get one of the slightly larger mahi to bite his chunk. It bent the rod for about three seconds and spit the hook. I finally had enough. I ran back over to the little piece of rubble and dropped our jigs. We started right back where we left off. The sea bass were voracious, and for some reason, bigger. We hauled in fifteen keepers in short order, along with loads of shorts. I even got a big porgy. Unfortunately time wasn't on our side. I could've stayed out there all day. But, obligations take precedence over fun at times...

Fishing report from Joey V. in Frisco, North Carolina Book a trip with Captain Joey here.

Fishing report from Michael B. in South Padre Island, Texas Book a trip with Captain Michael here.

Fishing report from Cameron W. in Hatteras, North Carolina Book a trip with Captain Cameron here.

Fishing report from Ross W. in Bourne, Massachusetts Book a trip with Captain Ross here.

Fishing report from Ralph F. in League City, Texas

Fishing report from Jake S. in Destin, Florida

Fishing report from Wilder W. in Dauphin Island, Alabama

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

Fishing report from Robert F. in Destin, Florida

Fishing report from Joe C. in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina Book a trip with Captain Joe here.

Fishing report from Daniel G. in Beaufort, North Carolina

    Red drum are starting to pick up inside as the water temps steadily rise. Nearshore we are catching bluefish, Spanish mackerel, flounder, trolling and casting metals to them

Fishing report from Robert F. in Destin, Florida Book a trip with Captain Robert here.

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

Fishing report from Jamie R. in Trails End, North Carolina

Fishing report from Daniel G. in Beaufort, North Carolina

Fishing report from Frank B. in Stone Harbor, New Jersey Book a trip with Captain Frank here.

    Flounder fishing has been pretty good in the back bays lately. Gulp and various meats have been working well. The sea bass bite on the Inshore wrecks is on fire. You can't hit the bottom with a jig without being hooked up. The surf continues to produce nice striped bass and puppy drum, both on fresh clams. Salted works for stripers too. And to add to the fun there have been some nice weakies and blues around as well. Fishing is in full swing here and should only get better.

Fishing report from Tom M. in Orange Beach, Alabama Book a trip with Captain Tom here.

    Mackerel's have shown up thick around here. A little Pompano action too.

Fishing report from Mike M. in Clearwater, Florida

    Inshore bite hasn't slowed down at all. Grass flats and mangrove lines

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

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