Mosquito Lagoon,Daytona Beach And New Smyrna Beach FL Posted Aug 26, 2016 9:53 AM by patrick rood
August 2016 Fishing Report:
The fishing here in Mosquito Lagoon area has been good with double digit days of nice trout and redfish coming boat side. The Snook have been on fire! I have been targeting the Snook & Trout early in the morning. With the right tides & bait, the Snook bite has been the best it’s been in years. I like to use plugs and twitch baits early targeting the schools of bait on the shallow grass ...more
Lake Kissimmee Posted Aug 8, 2015 5:57 PM by Capt Pete Matson
Fishing on Lake Kissimmee is excellent with the recent rains. Fish early in the morning with sinkos and soft plastics. Some top water baits are working like boy houdy prop baits. Catching 20-25 bass a day. Water is on the rise and fish are active up to about noon.
Anna Maria Island Fishing Charters August 1st - 14th Report Posted Aug 26, 2016 9:54 AM by Capt KT
Well, the past two weeks we have seen a low pressure system that sat on top of Anna Maria Island and Florida for six days straight. The low pressure system brought daily rain and dropped the water temperature considerably in some areas. In most of the areas I fish the water temperature went from the mid 80\\\'s to around 78 degrees. I was able to get in most of my trips this past week and only ...more
Tampa Bay Posted Jan 29, 2015 11:27 AM by reeltillufeel
Reel Till U Feel Charters fishing report for Tampa Bay.
With the Rain, Wind, Cold Fronts & Small Craft Advisories has made getting out on the water difficult. On the days I was able to run my charters the morning bite was rough with the bite turning on in the afternoon as the water temperature had time to rise.
On one trip we fished the outgoing tide around a Oyster bed with great action, Trout, Sheepshead, Ladyfish, ...more
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Posted Aug 12, 2016 12:33 PM by Fishing Headquarters
Nice catches this week on our drift and sport fishing charters. The action on the reef is red hot. Kingfish and tunas are biting really good and there are still some bonitos around as well. Summer is always the best season of the year for action in Ft Lauderdale. The bonito run , although starting to slow down a bit, has rejuvenated the abundance of fish on the reef. Every year, bonitos make a huge migration down ...more
Islamorada Florida Keys Whale Harbor Posted Dec 12, 2015 10:19 AM by Sea Horse
Mahi Mahi are still caught daily. Black Fin Tunas We have been catching lots of bottom fish also. Yellow eye and Vermillion snappers have been cooperating most everyday.
Back to the Mahi fishing. Most of the Mahi are larger than normal and they have been migrating through the area in small schools. ...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
Most diving plugs right out of the package don't catch fish. Some do, but most don't, they need to be tuned. Tie the plug on as recommended by the manufacturer. Usually a snap (not snap swivel) or an open loop knot is best. Once tied on, let out a few feet of line and pull the plug through the water at the rate that you will be trolling or retrieving the plug. Make sure you can see the plug in the water. It needs to run straight, perfectly straight! If it turns on its right side, turn the clasp on the plug to the left. If it runs left, turn the clasp right. You won't need to turn the clasp much to make the adjustments. Keep pulling the plug through the water and making adjustments, make it run straight as an arrow. Test your plugs after catching a fish or getting snagged, both of these things can make a plug run out of tune. You'll hook more fish with a finely tuned plug, take the time and do it. The pro's do.