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Jun 02, 201707saluki1956Comments Off on Opening Day American Red Snapper
American Red Snapper June 1st is the official opening day for American Red Snapper in the Gulf of Mexico. Captain. Billy Nobles didn’t waste any time finding the reds. He hit his limit of American Red Snapper in 30 minutes. He also caught plenty of grouper and kept one very nice Tuna. Not a bad way to...
May 23, 201707saluki1956Comments Off on Offshore American Reds and Yellowtail
Jun 10, 201607saluki1956Comments Off on Fishing was good before TS Colin
Fishing was good Tropical Storm Colin rolled through bringing heavy rain and strong winds. Before all the mayhem fishing was good, Joseph Dephillips has a some nice catches inshore catching Snook trout and redfish. It was also the start of American Red snapper season. Joseph racked up some very nice ARS . Capt. Rafael...
May 04, 201607saluki1956Comments Off on Early May Offshore
Early May Offshore plenty of fish to be caught! Early May Offshore fishing with Capt. Glen Taylor. He started off by catching Spanish Sardines and Pilchards for the day. He used monofilament because he was tuna fishing. Unfortunately every time he hooked up a tuna the bull sharks would get to it before the tuna...
Apr 25, 201607saluki1956Comments Off on Nearshore Hogfish Report
Nearshore Hogfish A Nearshore Hogfish trip with Capt. Rafael Rios from Spanish Sardine Fishing Charter aboard the spanishsardine.com where the targeted species was Hogfish. He went out about 6 miles and fished with live shrimp with a 1 1/2 ounce weight and a size 1 slice shank hook. Hogfish as well as Snapper will...
Apr 01, 201607saluki1956Comments Off on Offshore Snapper Report 3-31-16
Offshore Snapper Report Our Offshore Snapper Report comes to us from Capt. Billy Nobles and Capt. Glen Taylor. The headed offshore in search of snapper and they definitely found what they were looking for. Due to the stormy weather and strong winds the past couple of days fishing has slowed down a bit but these...
Mar 29, 201607saluki1956Comments Off on Spring is here
Spring is Here Spring is here and fish are showing in big numbers. As the water temperature continues to warm up the fish become more active and migratory specie s are beginning to show along the Gulf Coast. Spanish mackerel are being caught on the beaches and are making their way into the bay. King […]
Mar 20, 201607saluki1956Comments Off on Kingfish fever
Kingfish Kingfish can be found offshore in the Gulf of Mexico, on our beaches, and in Tampa Bay during Spring and Fall. In Tampa Bay Kingfish can be found around the pilings of bridges and large piers. Kingfish are a migratory species that are fast swimmers and aggressive eaters, so they make for a good […]
Mar 18, 201607saluki1956Comments Off on Spanish Mackerel Moving in
Spanish Mackerel Moving in Its that time of year again when the Spanish Mackerel start showing up on the beaches and in the bay. Spanish Mackerel are a pelagic, fast swimming fish that exhibits a green back, its sides are silvery marked with about three rows of round to oval yellow spots. (Sometimes juvenile...
Mar 18, 201607saluki1956Comments Off on Offshore fishing Huge Mangrove Snapper
Huge Mangrove Snapper Offshore reports show Huge Mangrove Snapper being caught in 40 to 65 feet of water. Anglers returned to the marina after a foggy start with huge Mangrove Snapper. Our offshore report comes to us from Captain Glen Taylor and Adam McGehee. Both guys ran offshore and came back with their limit of...