Fort Pierce And Stuart Posted Mar 18, 2014 9:09 PM by offthebanks
So glad March is here…. Everything is about as good as it gets. Water is warming up, bait is starting to load up inside the lagoon, and the stage is set for memorable days. I have been fishing both Fort Pierce and Stuart regularly with both areas being equally productive.
We have caught some nice slot redfish mostly in Fort Pierce on the flats and I have seen some big bull reds after they saw me first. Sightfishing ...more
Lake Toho Posted Mar 20, 2013 1:20 PM by HookedOnFishingCharters
The fishing on Lake Toho has been good this week using live wild shiners. My half day trips averaged 10-12 fish per trip. The biggest bass of the week was 7 1/2 lbs. Outsides grasslines have been productive as well as slow trolling edges. Bass Assassin's fished weightless and rattletraps got us some decent fish as well. The fishing should continue to improve as the weather warms.
Capt. Rob D'Andrea ...more
Crystal River And Homosassa Fishing REport Posted Apr 9, 2014 8:12 PM by Capt Kyle Messier
Life is Good here along the Nature Coast of Florida as the windy days of March are long gone and the sunny beautiful days of April are on the horizon. Over the last couple of weeks the Gulf Coast waters have been mired with windy yet gorgeous weather. Although this may sound like an interesting weather combination the southerly breezes actually have helped jump start the push of many migratory species swimming northward. ...more
Port Everglades Fort Lauderdale Posted Mar 29, 2014 1:48 PM by ladypamela2
March 20 21, 2014
David from Georgia fished with us on the Lady Pamela II the last three days. On the first day we got a big hammerhead shark and a bunch of blackfin tunas. On day 2 we got a nice sailfish, another bunch of blackfin tunas, and some dolphin. Today, on David’s last day of fishing, we had a real bonanza with three big wahoo up to 30 pounds, a 25 pound dolphin, a 15 pound dolphin, and eight blackfin tunas ...more
Key Biscayne Posted Mar 29, 2014 1:48 PM by Nomad
If you compare this year to previous years then January and February were a disappointment. March on the other hand has been fabulous especially for those pursuing spindle beaks a.k.a. sailfish. Over the last couple of weeks the action has been excellent for one of the most popular game fish targeted off the south Florida coast. Conditions have been very favorable and winds have ranged from very calm to a stiff breeze. ...more
Hopedale, Louisiana Posted Oct 18, 2011 3:48 AM by Captain Ron
Hello fellow anglers. What a great fishing trip, a wonderful day on the water with a lovely couple in from Mississippi. Mrs. Cindy, recently in all the way from Afghanistan, came to enjoy some of the best fishing anywhere in the world. Von gave a plan of attack and he wanted Cindy to tussle with a big Redfish before she was planned to deploy back to Afghanistan on Monday morning. First we needed some fish for a fish fry ...more
Yankeetown Posted Jun 16, 2010 10:41 AM by fishinjoe
Last Wednesday, 24 Snook 36- 43".. 12 Spanish Mackerel 28-31".. 30" Grouper and 9 Cobia 8 shorts 1- 42".. by my self. Live bait ..can tell the spot..out of Yankeetown . Pretty much been doing this every day all the last week. See ya.. ...more
Get Ready For Hot Summer Action! Posted Jun 9, 2012 11:18 AM by CaptRonSchurr
Capt. Ron Schurr
June 7, 2012
Jacksonville - Saltwater Fishing Report
Fishing has been outstanding for big speckled trout the last 2 months. The spring and summer months are great for fishing top water plugs and lipped diving crank baits in deep drop offs along the St Johns River. I have had the most success using "walk the dog" style lures such as a Zara Spook and Skitter Walk plugs in the early morning ...more
If you don't like that red blood line in your Pompano or Whiting, then bury a coffee can, or similar container, up to the brim in the sand. The can will hold the fish from flopping around in the sand. Having a couple of holes in the bottom of the can will drain out the blood. Here is what you do: I like a dish towel to wrap around the fish when taking it off the hook, then I race over to the coffee can where I have a small fillet knife to cut the throat of the fish and immediately put him head down into the can. It will flop for awhile, but this is pumping all the blood out and actually alleviates the fish's misery quicker, before placing into the cooler. Oh, make sure you keep your ice bagged! The reason I say this is keeping the ice on top of your fish will keep them colder than ice underneath. Cold will want to travel down not up. As you add fish it will make it easier to just grab the bag and place it on top. I try not to allow my fish to sit in standing ice water, in my opinion it makes the meat mushy.