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Wasn’t the best weather this week but had a few days we were able to squeeze offshore. We couldn’t find any kings or other strike style fish but managed a decent pic of lane snappers and a few triggers.
Another beautiful week of 15-40knots is coming. I wish I could say how well this week was but in truth it was too rough to squeeze offshore.
Finally a beautiful day in the mix of an angry mother nature. Fishing was good, very good. Capt Joe and Capt Logan put a bottom smackdown on.
Not too much to talk about this week. Fishing offshore never happened for us. I’m sure we could have gone a day but it just was not worth it. We ran a few trips nearshore instead. And to be honest it wasn’t good either.
This was actually a pretty good week. Winds allowed us to fish nearshore and catch a variety of sharks and bi big bull red drum fish over 50 inches, Crazy. Some days are better than others but still decent…
We truly had an amazing week.Although we couldn’t get offshore, the nearshore fishing was absolutely Fired Up. We had a lot of cool sharks this week too. Bulls, Sandbars and tigers. More fun were the Red Drum….
Well. We sat back and watched the wind blow all week. Fortunately, there’s a couple of days that we were actually able to fish the beach and go for some sharks at red drum.
SO. I guess a few ways to look at this. I'd say we had an awesome week. With the wind direction from some west, we made the best of it. So, We shark fished. Some days were on fire and some weren't but everyone had a great time and we all made the best of it...
What a great 4 days we had to fish! Awesome trips each day. Mahi are trickling into the reefs. Kings are firing and we are seeing the tripletail and cobia showing up nicely.
With the entire week of offshore being canceled there’s not too much to talk about.
We had 2 days to fish before the blow came on with it. I must say it was pretty good. Bottom fishing was great with lanes and triggers. Kings were also plentiful with a few scattered mahi fish.
I’m glad you asked! Fishing was awesome this week. It really was. From offshore to shark fishing, it was game on. starting offshore. Cobia, mahi, kings and more on the top along with the bottom dwellers. And plenty of everything to tug on.
Not a bad week at all. Capt Arron ventured offshore and produced nicely with a variety. Kings, cobia, reds and much more. Very good day!
We actually had a decent week with a few trips and some decent oceans. Bait was thick and simple to get with one or a few throws of the net stated Capt Logan. Species of the week were cobia, ars and kings. Not to mention the smaller bottom species. Capt Joe had...
Since the storm, fishing has slowly gotten better each day. I’m not saying the fishing is good but just better each day. lol We are starting to see much more mahi mahi and this is about that time of year again. And we are not doing anything special to catch these rare species. They chew just as a king will.
Well, as you know but some may not, We have a lot of out of towners reading these reports. SO, with that said, This week sucked. lol Due to the hurricane, we have not fished in a week….
Not the best but it worked out pretty good for everyone. Shark fishing was a 50/50 all week. Capt Arron had a few good trips, both offshore and nearshore with the sharks. Earlier in the week he had a very nice tiger shark. Beautiful fish and released to fight another day. You never know what kind of shark is going to find the bait. Always nice to see a surprise fish rise up after a long fight.
Tuna, sailfish, kings, mahi, crevales, sharks and not including the bottom species. Yes it was that good this week. No wind, no bad storms and a clean ocean.
Awesome week. First off, the weather was perfect every day. Calm winds and a flat ocean. With those conditions the water cleans up dramatically. Everything is just perfect. Even currents were light.
The fishing this week was the same as the last 3 weeks. it’s the summertime pattern finally. (only 3 months late) get out early, catch livies and go hit the reefs. Sails, kings and even a few straggler cobia. Then make sure you’re in by 230/3 or you’re gonna get wet.
Great week and perfect conditions. With storms being clockwork around 3pm, the three quarter days have been a great option…
Mother Nature was good to us this week here in Port Canaveral. Light winds all week and good currents. Storms stayed at bay till the 3pm mark making 3/4 day fishing trips perfect.
The week started out amazing. We had flat calm conditions, storms at a minimum and hungry fish. Now, that was the start but not the end.
The KINGS have shown up and are in full swing. What a week. We have been waiting for this moment all year. The fact that the run is a few months late is whatever at this point. They are here and let’s capitalize on it. For the locals that dont like a king, no problem. Plenty of happy tourists who love to fight a strong aerobic fish that eats well after being cooked family style at Rustys or Grills.
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