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Fishing report from Nick S. in Port Orange, Florida

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

Fishing report from Alex S. in Destin, Florida Book a trip with Captain Alex here.

    This spring fishing has started off to a good start. Water temperatures range from the high 50s to the low 70s depending on the weather week to week. Once water temperatures stabilize the bite should be more consistent. Spanish mackerel have been found inshore and outside of the pass; easily targeted on a four hour trip trolling and using live bait, incoming tides seem to be producing greater numbers of Spanish mackerel. Offshore, triggerfish have been very active. Several keeper size triggerfish have been caught. The Vermilion snapper bite has began to become very consistent, and their table fair is unmatched; limiting out has been a common trend on 6-8hr charters. Several Gag grouper have been caught and safely released. The Gulf is coming alive and this season is shaping up to be one for the books.

Fishing report from Joshua R. in Panama City Beach, Florida Book a trip with Captain Joshua here.

Fishing report from Ryan S. in Orange Beach, Alabama

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

Fishing report from Bryan R. in Orange Beach, Alabama Book a trip with Captain Bryan here.

Fishing report from Robbie B. in Jacksonville, Florida

Fishing report from Jason M. in Destin, Florida Book a trip with Captain Jason here.

Fishing report from Seth L. in Destin, Florida

Fishing report from Tim B. in Gulf Shores, Alabama

    Had a nice 4 hour trip today, sadly we couldn't keep the Red Snappers (out of season). but got on some big Vermillion Snapper.
    Had a nice 4 hour trip today, sadly we couldn't keep the Red Snappers (out of season). but got on some big Vermillion Snapper.

Fishing report from Wayne A. in Niceville, Florida Book a trip with Captain Wayne here.

Fishing report from Toby S. in Rockport, Texas

Fishing report from Jason M. in Destin, Florida Book a trip with Captain Jason here.

Fishing report from Justin Z. in Destin, Florida Book a trip with Captain Justin here.

Fishing report from Dale W. in Orange Beach, Alabama Book a trip with Captain Dale here.

Fishing report from Tim B. in Gulf Shores, Alabama

Fishing report from Nick T. in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida Book a trip with Captain Nick here.

Fishing report from James C. in Pensacola, Florida

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

    Well it's the end of September and fishing has been outstanding. There is a variety of species still being caught offshore. Snappers, triggerfish, Mackeral, and Mahi are still actively chasing baits. Stopping to sabiki for live sardines and cigar minnows has been effective for targeting those offshore species. We can expect as the waters continue to cool down to see a slower bite as those big fish move further out. Therefore, bouncing around from spot to spot seems to be the key to pick up those big ones still lurking around. Inshore, the mangrove snapper and sharks are still plentiful on the bridges in the bays and any structure you can find. The big bull reds are starting to push inshore and we look forward to targeting those big schools as we progress into October and November. There is still plenty of fish to be caught so don't put up those rods yet and let's get out there for some great fall saltwater action.

Fishing report from Mike L. in Orange Beach, Alabama Book a trip with Captain Mike here.

Fishing report from Scott T. in Fernandina Beach, Florida

Fishing report from Alex P. in Pensacola, Florida Book a trip with Captain Alex here.

Fishing report from Bob U. in Charleston, South Carolina Book a trip with Captain Bob here.

Fishing report from Cliff A. in Destin, Florida Book a trip with Captain Cliff here.

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