April was a little warmer this year so the water temps have giving us Mid May results. In the gulfstream the wahoo bit was good early then faded into the spring Mahi run which should last till June. On our offshore bottom fishing trips the catches consisted of Big blackbass, Vermilon Snappers, Grey Snappers and trigger fish. The nearshore trips have finally started providing constant action with Spanish Mackerel and Big Sharks but the King Mackerel and Cobia are also in the same are for the live bait groups. Backwater fishing has seen good numbers of Black and Red Drum but we expect the Flounder to start biting at anytime. Its time to go fishing and we have the boats and the knowledge to make it happen so dont wait to long.
Over the last several weeks the weather has been kind to us and the fishing was great also. Several trips got to experience the awesome wahoo fishing trips we put together. These kind of trips is what gives us the drive to be the best we can. Chasing fish with success that most put in the bracket of to unpredictable, the ride is to far or just dont know. We will teach you when to go, what to look for and most important how to really do it. We also had a few days that got to go King Mackerel fishing and this time of year it is as easy as it gets. Spring break is around the corning and the weather is looking very nice. Capt Travis would love to show you the Red and Black Drum in the backwater if the ocean is not for you. Lets Go Fishing and follow us on Facebook for up to date reports
The fishing season will be steadily picking up as the days get longer and the weather pattern settles in. Capt Travis has been catching Red and Black Drum in the backwater trips over the last couple weeks. Backwater fishing will continue to improve as the water temperature rises so now is a good time to start planning your trips with Capt Travis. Capt JD and myself are patiently waiting for the winds to lay down enough so we cant go offshore. Big Wahoo, King Mackerel and a very large assortment of bottom fish should be expected on our offshore trips. Mid April the nearshore action will start producing Spanish Mackerel and Big Sharks.
December 2016 will go down as the worst weather ive seen in over 20 years. We had to cancel lots of offshore trips but January 2017 has started off strong. The King Mackerel fishing has been great on the days we are able to make it out. Gulfstream fishing has been producing huge Wahoo and lots of them also. Get your dates in order and start planning for May (Mahi Mahi and Grouper) and Red Drum, Flounder in the backwater. It will not be long and we will be back on the water daily so we can keep you on the fish.
Oct and Nov has showed us some of the best fishing of the year. We have been busy almost fishing every day catch Red Drum, Black Drum, Grouper, Sharks, King Mackerel and Speckled Trout. The season is coming to an unofficial end because the weather will now take control on the number of days we get to go fishing. My prediction for the Month of Dec will be lots of King Mackerel, Grouper, Trigger Fish and Monster Wahoo. So our goal is to show you all of the above before Christmas. Already getting ready for next year so we can be ready when the time is right. There is still time if you want to fill the freezer for the winter so lets go fishing.
The weather was all over the place in Sept with several tropical systems passing over just about every week. Surprisingly the fishing was really good and gave us high hopes for an awesome fall. Big Red Drum, Grouper, Snapper and even an early King Mackerel bite on the nearshore trips kept our clients busy. We can only hope October is half as good and September but time will tell. We still have a few days open the last couple weeks of October so lets go fishing.
Same ol summer pattern set in this year with more windy days then nice days but we still produced. August sometimes can be a tough month because the water gets a little warm but if you change up the fishing techniques success is right around the corner. Backwater trips produced good numbers of Flounder and Red Drum. Nearshore action was still Spanish First thing then Shark fishing the rest of the day. Once the Mullet show up we change things up a little and catch the big citation sized Spanish Mackerel. Offshore as always the bottom fish are always hungry and easy to catch. To make it a little more challenging we target and catch lots of keeper Grouper but always willing to give the by catch a ride back to the house also. Fall is around the corner so dont miss out on the Big Drum and King Mackerel bit that starts around the end of Sept. See you soon.
Sorry for the delay but this month has gone by so fast we about forgot the fishing reports. We have been fishing almost everyday nearshore or backwater. There are still some dates open if you would like to join us for some fun on the water. Also remember that fall is around the corner and we will start back up our Grouper fishing trips along with King Mackerel and Wahoo.
We have been fishing just about everyday in the backwater, Near shore and Grouper Fishing. Long story short is we have been having fun and after this week of the wind blowing the fishing should fall back into the summer pattern. If we have to cancel trips due to the wind please be patient and understand because we really want to go also. We still have some days open each week so dont miss out.
Sorry for the delay in the reports but somehow my page malfunctioned big time and just now got set back up. We have been busy offshore catching Grouper, Snapper, Trigger Fish, Amberjacks. Nearshore has been fun also catching lots of Cobia, Big Sharks and a few Spanish Mackerel and King Mackerel. The backwater fishing has been steady with decent catches of Black Drum, Flounder, Red Drum and Speckle Trout. The summer pattern has set in so the fishing should be steady and with lots of kids joining us this summer we will be having lots of fun. Dont miss out join us for your next fishing trip.