Fishing Reports

Fishing Report November 7, 2013

The sunrise this morning was one of the most beautiful I’ve seen. First light till sunrise is my favorite hour of the day. We were fishing at 6:00am to take advantage of the first light tarpon bite which didn’t happen. We did have fun hooking two and landing one 5′ bull shark. Overall fishing the

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Fishing Report November 4, 2013

Sunrise this morning brought a fresh north breeze and low humidity. A perfect day as the temperature climbed into the low 80’s. Bait was easy this morning as I loaded up on perfect 3-4″ pilchards. Fished with long time client and friend Tom Dyke and his son Peter. Peter’s first cast of the day produced

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Fishing Report November 2, 2013

Yesterday was a beautiful day on the water in SW Florida. The tide came in a sparking clear  turquoise color, there was a light fresh breeze and white puffy clouds. I fished with Pat Kenershough from PA. Pat had told me he was a fresh water fly fisherman and he didn’t have much experience in

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October 26, Redfish, Grouper, Jacks, Fun!

Had a great fun morning fishing with Peter Hill and his daughter Jo and her boyfriend Mark. Jo and Mark live in England and they had never had a fishing pole in their hand. On Mark’s third cast he caught this beautiful 8lb 26″ feisty redfish! During the morning they quickly became good casters and

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October 22, Big Snook and Jacks

Had a good morning with Adam Gropper and his son Ethan from Miami. The first fish of the day was Adams 13lb snook and the day ended with Ethans 15lb jack which he fought for 40 minutes. On the way in I saw some big jacks bustin’ big baits in the middle of a bay.

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October 8, 2013 – Grand Slam!

Had a great day Sunday fishing with Jenna Giusto and her father Richard from Davie FL. We caught a good variety, fishing the backcountry creeks as well as some spots closer to the gulf. One of the first fish Jenna caught was a 10lb baby tarpon, then a snook in the same hole so at

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