New Smyrna Beach,Daytona Beach And Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report For June 2016 Posted Jun 16, 2016 11:39 PM by patrick rood
Summer is definitely in full swing with air temps in the mid 90\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s here in Central Fl. But the weather is not the only thing that is hot at the moment. We have had some great fishing here in New Smyrna beach and Mosquito Lagoon area. The trout have been biting well with many double digit days. They can caught many different ways from plugs in the early morning to sub walks and live bait later in the ...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.
Tampa Bay To Sarasota Posted Feb 17, 2016 9:13 AM by anna maria island fishing
Tampa Bay January Fishing Report
Anna Maria Island fishing remains strong. The water has cooled a bit since my last report as it tries to get back down to more normal temperatures for this time of year. It can be tricky fishing when the water temps hit that low 62 to 63 degree mark. The fish kind of want to be in the springtime spots but kind of want to be in their winter spots; sometimes they want shrimp, but sometime ...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
Ft Lauderdale Posted Jan 18, 2016 9:29 AM by Fishing Headquarters
There’s a good variety of fish biting on the Fort Lauderdale rip. The little chill spell we had this week got the sailfish frisky. Sails are biting in 130-180ft of water, right on the current edge. Trolling and kite fishing are both effective techniques for sailfish, but kite fishing is usually best. You can’t beat a fresh and frisky live bait suspended out of the kite. There’s a lot of big fish moving through ...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
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.