Last Updated on April 27, 2017 by Capt. Jason
Last week we where able to sneak around the heavy east and west winds before the late year front came through.
I have had some great anglers on my boat this week. That really opened up some opportunities to get on some nice Redfish and snook under the Mangroves during the high tides we have had this week. The fish have really been feeding heavily about mid incoming tide. hitting and striking the surface without me throwing any free Chummers out.
We have also been able to get on some decent cobia, but have yet to get any into the boat. I just got in my new heavy gear for Tarpon, Cobia and sharks. SO i look forward to getting some on the grill for my clients soon.
Snook have been feeding well at the turn of the tides. I have been fishing with experienced clients and didnt take as many pictures as i would of liked, but we have been averaging 10-13 snook a charter on days with good tidal movement.
Trout are still around and have been working their way into deeper water to escape the heat.
This week or next I should be able to finally get on the tarpon that have been swarming around me in the middle and upper parts of the bay..
If your’re looking to book a fishing trip, and have an enjoyable day on the water please reach out to me below.
Also keep in mind that I’m booking Scalloping and Lobstering charters for the Summer right now. Don’t wait if you would like to get a weekend date.
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