Central Florida Fishing Report

Home

How CFLFR Works

Fishing Reports
Central East Region
Central Region
Central West Region
Southwest Region
Southeast Region
South Region
Northwest Region
North Central Region
Northeast Region

Message Board Forums

Props Board

What The Fish?
Parts of a Fish

Go Fishing!
Rods, Reels & Line
Knots, Baits & Rigging
Tips & Techniques
Boating
Conservation
Laws & Licensing

Regional Info
Bait & Tackle Shops
Fishing Spots
Boat Ramps
Marinas
Fish Camps
Fishing Clubs
Fish Restaurants
Fishing Shows
Lure Companies

Fishing Charters
Charter Captains
Bass Guides
Deep Sea & Drift Boats
Florida Fishing Guide Associations

Weather
Tides
Buoys
Moon Phases
Water Temperature

Fishing Calendar
Fishing Tournaments
Fishing Events
Submit an Event or Tournament Date

Fishing Blog
Local Fishing News
Tournament Results
World Fishing News
CFLFR News
Recipes
Fishing Jokes
Fishing Quotes

CFLFR Apparel

About Us
Biographies
Contact Us
Member Benefits
CFLFR Privacy Policy
Advertise With Us




Site Feeds:


Reports Feed Fishing Reports
Add To MyYahoo Add to Google

Events Feed Local Events
Add To MyYahoo Add to Google

Fishing Calendar Fishing Calendar

Florida Fishing on Squidoo
Florida Fishing on MySpace
Florida Fishing Apparel
 
Fishing PicturesFishing Site RegistrationFishing T-Shirts, Apparel and Gifts

Leatherjack

AKA: Skipjack / Leatherjacket / Zapetero Family: Jack

Search for a Different Fish

Leatherjack

Leatherjack Specifications


Water: Salt/Coastal Waters Where: Offshore / Surf / Inshore / Rivers And Streams
Size: Most common at well under a pound.
Fight: Fight? What fight? Too small to produce gaming qualities.
Deliciousness: None
Range: Both Coasts Technique: Drifting / Still Fishing / Casting
Baits: Shrimp / Baitfish / Crab / Squid / Lures / Flies Tackle: Spinning / Baitcasting / Fly Fishing

The Leatherjack is characterized by a sleek compressed body that is silvery with a greenish darker topside and whiter underside. This fish has a large mouth for his size and a yellowish forked tail.

These fish are found in the deeper waters off the coasts as well as bays and up rivers.

Live shrimp and cut baitfish, squid and shrimp pieces make for the best natural baits while jigs and streamers are the best artificail baits.


Props Board Pictures of Leatherjack


Fishing Reports Featuring Leatherjack

CFLFR Sponsors

Search
Google

Members Sign-in
Name
Password
Remember Me
Forgot Your Password?

Not a Member?
Member Benefits | Register

Recent Contributions

See Our Members!


RSS Feeds RSS Feeds





View Profile
Grand Slam Light Tackle Sportfishing
(239) 793-0969
Visit Website
550 Port O Call Way, Naples, FL 34102
Services:
Fishing Charters


View Profile
Florida Native Fishing Charters
727-393-6129
Visit Website
St. Petersburg, Florida
Services:
Capt. Ted Nesti, a U.S. Coast Guard licensed and insured charter captain, is a Florida native, born and raised on St. Pete Beach. For over 30 y...


Something not making sense? Please  how we can make this site better.

This site, and any site, looks and works best with Firefox Get Firefox!

© 2017 Central Florida Fishing Report