Cape Canaveral BULL RED RUN Posted Nov 25, 2014 10:37 AM by fishkid
Fishing the last few weeks out of Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach has been nothing less than stellar. The winds have kept us from running offshore for the most part but with the west/north west winds we have been able to make the beach and shark trips almost daily. The fall run/spawn of the ocean running bull reds has been absolutely amazing. I have to be thankful that they not only showed up a month ago but that they are ...more
Kissimmee Chain Of Lakes Posted Sep 19, 2014 4:20 PM by Capt Randy DuMars
Kissimmee Chain of Lakes/West Lake Toho
With most of the hydrilla topped out this time of year, your best bet to fish the edges of the hydrilla patches. Plastic baits are a good choice - Zoom trick worm, Flukes, and the Vibe are the most popular. The Summer showers are producing flow out of shingle creek. Best Bet is right at daylight. Goblins Cove has been producing very good quality fish. Most fish are hanging deep ...more
Tampa Bay Fishing Report 11/12/14 Posted Nov 25, 2014 10:37 AM by reeltillufeel
Reel Till U Feel Charters fishing report for Tampa Bay.
Fishing this last week during the day with the Full Moon tides and cold front moving through the area every 3 days made the bite tuff for me. The afternoon bite around the Major Solunar period was a lot better. When the moon wasn’t beaming so bright at night, The Flounder bite really turned on, with a few Very nice 24 & 22 inch being brought aboard, Most were ...more
Offshore Fort Lauderdale Posted Nov 11, 2014 11:21 PM by Fishing Headquarters
It was a great day for fishing today on the Mary B III. The dolphin were snapping in 350-400ft of water today, just a mile and a half off the Fort Lauderdale beach. The morning trip was good, but the afternoon was even better. We started the morning drifting on the reef, picking up a few snappers and some other assorted bottom critters (grunts, triggers, porgies). A few boats just outside of us were catching some ...more
Get Em’ Early Or Get Em’ Late! Posted Jul 25, 2014 4:18 PM by Nomad
Now that the fireworks have come and gone it’s time to get out and do some fishing. Since the last I’ve done several trips in between family vacations. Unfortunately, it seemed to rain for almost two weeks straight when I returned forcing me to reschedule some trips. A few days ago that all changed and we have now settled into our typical summer pattern and fishing again.
On my last trip before leaving town ...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
Go to your local hardware store and buy a ten foot length of schedule 40 PVC Pipe and have them cut it exactly in half at five feet. If they are nice they will cut it in half for you using a 45-60 degree angle, that way you will not have to cut the pipe again to use as surf pole holders. The reason I prefer 5' foot legnth pole holders is, I always bring a two pound rubber mallet to drive my PVC Pipe into the sand about two feet. Trust me I have seen many of surf fisherman loose their rods due to the big one pulling over their pole holder and then the rod disappears. You will love the working heigth once the pipe is driven. It will put your real right at working level and I rarely will remove the pole from its holder when retrieving to re-bait. Saves on the back. Also, try to push it over, I will rareley move position through the tides. Sounds crazy, but if I arrive on a low tide and go into a high tide my pole holders will maintain at chin to ankle deep water and my reel is still plenty high out of the water. You can also go to the automotive section and but a cup holder to attatch just below the top of the pipe and you can use the holder for your beverage, sunscreen, glasses, or I like to have a cup with sand fleas ready to be loaded on.