Fishing reports from the Port Canaveral area.

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Great mahi-mahi week!

Great mahi-mahi week!

We were fortunate to get a decent week in! Fish cooperated as did the weather:)  Great mahi-mahi week! Few Kings scattered as well. But just as quickly as she came, it’s gone. Another week of heavy blow. She is relentless to say the least so far, may be able to fish...

Fishing offshore has really picked up

Fishing offshore has really picked up

Fishing offshore has really picked up for the Mahi and smaller but great eating smaller fish like vermillions and triggers. Few AJs in the mix as well. Work the rips from 180-240 for the mahi Nearshore shark fishing is on fire and so are the Bull reds.  Mullet run is...

Hurricane Force Winds GONE…..

Hurricane Force Winds GONE…..

As you can guess, We did not fish all week in the 15 footers and 40knot winds. We did finally start fishing Friday in the inlet then making our way off sat and today. finally a flat calm day. Waters were dirty but clearing up slowly. Friday's jetty trip was awesome....

Hurricane on the brink?

Hurricane on the brink?

We ended the week off nicely with some pretty good fishing all around. From offshore mahi and kings to nearshore bull reds, snook and sharks. As you can see we have 40knot winds now and everything is pretty much screwed for the upcoming week. I mean why wouldn't...

MAHI MAHI MAHI MAHI

MAHI MAHI MAHI MAHI

Not too much to complain about the past week! Fishing was really good. For those of you that just love your mahi mahi mahi mahi, We caught several in the reef areas. No flouro No weedlines No islanders No rips. Just random fish eating steel wire and hooks. Gotta...

Awesome Awesome Week

Awesome Awesome Week

Absolutely awesome week. Once the seas subsided from the passing hurricane the fishing was on! Let's start with the Muai fish. (the only edible species) Zero. That's right, we saw none. And im only kidding on the only edible fish......We did manage to find the kings...

Fun On The Reefs Right Now

Fun On The Reefs Right Now

It was actually a really good week considering the winds shut us down towards the end of it. We saw a bunch of those maui fish around. They were mixed in with the kings, blackfins and a few sails. Maui were, 75 feet, 40lb non flouro leader, 50lb wire leader...

Weather took a little turn from last week

Weather took a little turn from last week

Weather took a little turn from last week but, still pretty good conditions. This week looks like a consistent 3-4 foot with a 10 second swell, So thats not too bad. Bottom fishing was pretty good this week for Jacks and reds. No grouper for us. Kings were a little...

What an awesome week!

What an awesome week!

Zero wind, flat calm and glassy conditions all week so far and this coming week looks like a replica of last week. Not only excellent weather conditions but the fishing was awesome to say the least. Not only kings were chewing but we had a mixed bag of mauis, sails...

16 FOOTERS AT THE BUOY

16 FOOTERS AT THE BUOY

All in all it was another very good week. We got into some big kings up to 40lbs on the local reefs using live bunker. We also had a very good showing of cobia. No, they were not on the shoals, but were just free swimming on the reefs. We had a steady pick on the...

GOOD FISHING IF YOU CAN STAND THE GRASS

GOOD FISHING IF YOU CAN STAND THE GRASS

To be honest, I can’t tell you how awesome this week was. We had a solid due east wind in our face every day and we literally just said screw it and did repairs all week, figuring it best to just chalk it up and eat it in the dump this week. The good news is, this...

BLAME IT ON THE WIND

BLAME IT ON THE WIND

Red snapper season, once again, was a HILARIOUS joke! Virtually every fish we caught was incidentally killed — usually via a hungry goliath grouper or a sandbar shark full of eggs. I mean, all the FWC sitting at the docks and collecting ear bones and scales over the...

AMAZING WEEK OFFSHORE

AMAZING WEEK OFFSHORE

Amazing week of fishing we just had. That taste of a joke of snapper season the morons allowed us to harvest was just that. As usual, limits in the first half hour and we had a few that were 21lbs. Fishing all week was fired up. Sails were very common, blackfins,...

ANOTHER BANNER WEEK OFFSHORE!

ANOTHER BANNER WEEK OFFSHORE!

Fun Fishing! Caught all the kings we wanted while live bait trolling, releasing some short Cobia and Plenty of Sandbar action aboard the  Fire Fight with Capt Joe and this Awesome group from Virginia From the surf, all the way to the deep, the fishing produced well...

CRUSHING IT OFFSHORE

CRUSHING IT OFFSHORE

This week, we absolutely crushed it offshore out of the Port. Too many sails to keep track of every day. Consistently hit limits of kingfish up to 45 lb again. Plus, random cobia and dolphin have been in the mix every day! Bunker have been fairly easy to catch this...

GREAT WEEK OFFSHORE

GREAT WEEK OFFSHORE

What a week! The kings finally turned back on again and are firing hard! We’ve been putting some big ones in the boat, too, with a rough average of 18-22 lb. We’ve also had a few as big as 45 lb. As always, live bunker is a great bait of choice, and they are currently...

Fired Up Fishing Report – May 2020

Fired Up Fishing Report – May 2020

Is it just me or is anyone else wondering where all the cobia went? Who knows? We had a few good days then beautiful weather with an empty ocean. We even saw a few hundred rays with nothing on them. Odd. But the good news is that this is also the time frame we start...

Fired Up Fishing Report – April 2020

Hope everyone had fun cobia fishing last month. Continue to look around the 50/60 foot range for the rays and leatherbacks holding fish. Free swimmers will be abundant continuing through this month as well. If you find some type of color change, weed line or temp...

Fired Up Fishing Report – March 2020

March Madness is here so bring on the cobia! This is the historic time frame here in the central east coast that the migration of cobia swims by us. Although we catch them all year long, this is usually the best time. The water is warming back up to the 70-degree...