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Sorry, I’ve been slacking hard on my monthly blogs. It’s been a busy start of the year for me with charters and my 2 little ones running/crawling circles around me. I’m back on track now and with good news and bad news.
The bad news is that we had a massive fish kill in the Indian/Banana River Lagoon a few weeks ago due to Brown tide/Algae Blooms. It was a »
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 mark. Free-swimming cobia are the most fun to target in my opinion. A few things must come together though. One being sunny »
Wind wind and more wind, go away already. Near shore fishing has been great and should continue this month. Massive schools of redfish have been near the port and around the tip of the cape. Look for the birds diving and good chance that there on them. There have been large bunker schools around, so take the time and look. They may not be flipping so watch your machine and the mudd balls. The »
Many charters have been calling me and asking if the fishing is any good this time of year. My answer is, the fishing is about as good as it gets right now. The only thing we are dealing with is the winds. When the weather allows and we can manage to get offshore the king fishing is great. Use your standard stinger rigs and frozen minnows. If you find live bait that’s great too.
In the »
Welcome to the Native Fly Charters fishing report for Oct./Nov. 2015. Water conditions remain murky except for a handful of areas which are clean enough for great sight fishing opportunities. With the warm temperatures still lingering around, the tarpon and occasional snook have been cruising around the flats along with redfish, sea trout, and black drum. Millions of bait »
Canaveral has finally been picking up. The pogies and mullet are in full swing and theres many species following the bait. We are still seeing some tarpon mixed in with snook, bull reds and plenty of sharks. You can find the mullet much closer to the beach and the pogies will be just offshore of that. Look for them flipping on the surface as well as the mudd balls.
Using fish finder »
What can we expect to see in September? That’s a really darn good question. If its anything like the last several months its basically unpredictable!
I have only been charter fishing out of Canaveral for about 10 years now and I still have so much to learn. This year has been completely odd/off to say the least. Lets start with bait. Pogies »
The month of April really felt like June with nice calm westerly winds in the morning and a easterly sea breeze in the afternoon. Seasonal fish seem to think the same, like Tarpon for instance. They have been showing up a little early this year in some areas in the back country where they don’t normally show until early Summer. These are the smaller fish ranging anywhere »
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 break, 70 degrees, in that depth your gold. Buck tails and live bait will do the trick. If they won’t fire on the buck tail »
Shark fishing has continued to provide some awesome action and excitement. We have seen a big influx of the offshore sandbar sharks lately. These species of shark are normally the annoying large sharks that are known to eat ½ your kingfish many times while offshore.
I’m not sure as to why there are so many so close to the beach. Possibly breeding? And when I say close to the beach, »
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