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One thing I am known for is being brutally honest with my customers. I’d rather not take anyone out knowing it’s gonna be rough or knowing we ain’t catching anything…
What a week. I can’t share any cool Capt. Joey pics since we had Nicole turn the ocean into a sewer. We had the boats pulled and started some repair and project work. No fishing for us at the moment.
We had a great ending to some bad weather. Capt Joe did great bottom fishing for triggers and lanes and Capt Tyler did great on the cobia for a few days.
Feels good to write the report this week!. It was a good week for sure. Check out these pics and look at the Variety. capt Joey got a unicorn of a African Pompano.
Wind has kept us sticking to the beach and catching a pile of sharks this past week. We did manage to get out offshore one day…
his year went from 95 degrees and humid, to fall overnight after Hurricane IAN. Well It seems to have taken the offshore fishing with it as well…
Just kidding, Now that I have your attention, Here’s the truth….
Wait till this Ocean cleans up! We fished the last few days after Ian and the water was straight mud to the 27…
Capt Joey did a fine job once again catching a variety of species. Cobia, Kings, Mahi, Blackfins, Sharks and Cudas. Even got to see some impressive weather. Looks like the trick right now is to be back at the dock by 2. Storms are no joke lately. They have been very consistent the last few weeks.
We just finished up with another outstanding week! Flat calm Lake Atlantic weather accompanied with Cobia, Kings, Blackfins and more.
An absolutely amazing week of perfect weather and perfect fishing.
A repeat of an amazing week of fishing topped off with beautiful lake atlantic weather. All species are active and chewing.
Another Amazing week here at Fired Up Fishing Charters. Amazing weather and beautiful ocean conditions. This is normally a report written for June conditions but now finally enjoying here in August. I swear this year has been trying to say the least. From 25 knot...
What a week! Beautiful calm lake Atlantic all week. few scattered showers but weather was a dream. Fishing was also a dream. Bunker have been plentiful and that makes for a great start to the day.
The winds are non-existent and the bunkers are plentiful. Hot is the word of the week though. Is it me or has it just been brutal? To our guests, please hydrate the day prior and day of. Lay off alcohol and coffee. it’s HOT.
For the most part this was a pretty good week of fishing. The reefs and a few wrecks seemed to hold fish. If you’re passing a wreck, Stop and try it. You never know. T
Bunker, If you want to get a good shot on them get there before daylight like Captain Joe does. They are loaded in the port and 1 throw will do. Once those stupid cruise ships come in the bait gets scattered. Don’t leave home without a box of frozen minnows or sardines just in case.
t was not the greatest start to a week but ended off with a bang. Capt Tyler nailed a 42LB BlackBelly!
Every day all of us captains talk and always say, when is it just gonna be easy and fun again. Our guys are doing extremely well but it’s a struggle.
We had the first few days that were pretty weather and good fishing then out of nowhere the weeds moved in. Yes, the weeds. NOT the square grouper weeds but the sargasm ocean weeds. Made it virtually impossible to keep a baited hook clean. It pushed the limits on the captains.
Well, besides the first 3 days of heavy winds when they said no winds, Then it was great. Had a lot of nice fish the last few days for sure.
This week wasn’t as good as last week at all, but a huge congrats to Capt Zach for placing 2nd and 3rd with the local tournament.
What an awesome week we’ve had! Finally a true break in the weather looks like good things to come. calm winds on the way finally.
Jack crevales schooling around (gotta look) cobia swimming up to the boat, and mahi in 65 feet… yes 65 to all you MAHI ONLY peeps. well maybe 75.