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Indian River Lagoon

(02/28)
The cold weather has moved out and not only are we loving it, but the fish are also. The Indian River Lagoon has been on fire the past week and a half. It started out with a big trout run in the flats, but now the redfish and even snook have also moved in. We’ve been catching trout throughout the IRL fairly regularly the past couple weeks. The reds and snook are just starting to move in, and they are hungry. Your best bet for them is to fish near inlets. Yesterday, we did very well in the IRL just south of Sebastian. We caught 9 reds, 15 trout, and a huge black drum. The North Carolina couple had a blast!

All these fish are in 6-24 inches of water and most were caught during the heat of the day. They are out sunning themselves and are just as happy as we are that the cold weather is over. Free lining live shrimp has been the most effective technique for reds and trout. They have been hitting DOA CALs pretty well too. Instead of lightly swimming or jigging your CAL, rip it across the water like a spoon. Remember, we are catching these fish in very shallow water so you have to move your bait fairly fast to keep it off the bottom and clean of any vegetation. Thanks... “Indian River” Joel Wadefishingflorida.com - Surf Guru - Surf Guru

Cape Canaveral

(09/01)
Recent rains have cooled water temps into the mid 80's and speckled trout are feeding more aggressively once again. Grass flats 2-3ft in depth marked by sandy potholes is were you'll find them. In the early morning, calm days, top water baits like the super spook jr. are very effective. After the sun hits the water switch over to live shrimp or a glow in the dark D.O.A. shrimp beneath a popping cork. Structure fishing has improved also with mangrove snapper and whiting hitting peeled shrimp on the bottom. - Fish Tales Tours - www.FishTalesTours.com

Cape Canaveral

(08/14)
Mangrove snapper are biting on both the north and south side of the lock. Near the rocks on either side is optimum and bait of choice is live shrimp on a #1 hook with a small split shot. Peeled shrimp will also work though you have to get it by the pins and puffers. The trout are schooling in the early mornings near the flats drop offs. Small imitation minnow lures work best as does a live shrimp on a popping cork. - Fish Tales Tours - www.FishTalesTours.com

Cape Canaveral

(08/07)
Hello Hello The last few days were pretty darn good for everything. The big kings have been on the beach in 35 feet of water. We had a few days in a row of 20-30 fish! in the 20-30lb class!! AWESOME. We also have been hitting the local wrecks and chumming up all sorts of stuff from Cobia, Amberjack, Magroves, Cudas, Bonitas, even small Mahi. Get out there use live bait and have some fun. Winds are going to be out of the west the next few days and should be laying it all down. Any questions check out the website and call me. Look at all the local catches. Have fun - Captain Chris - www.FiredUpCharters.com

Cape Canaveral

(08/01)
Fishing has been wierd lately, Actually it has been kinda screwed up all year.... the last week bait has been hard to find. it just kinda dissapeared over night. It is just starting to show back up but nothing like it was. I have been catching big greenies on the bouy 4 shoals. They have been out there every day and they seem to be working pretty good. 8A has been decent for the Kingfish, early morning bite has been a little better. Cobia are still showing up around the local wrecks as well. Mahi has still not been doing anything steady. I heard a few Mahi and Wahoo were caught but nothing in numbers. I have charters booked every day this week and will give a heads up when i get back. - Captain Chris - www.FiredUpCharters.com

Cape Canaveral

(07/09)
This time of year fishing tends to be a little better in the morning before the water gets to hot. The best place to find fish right now is between sr520 and sr528. The water is boiling with glass minnows and the pecking order of fish in pursuit seems to be ladyfish, trout, and gaftopsails. Don't be surprised if you hook into a rogue jack or bluefish in the feeding frenzy. Be sure to save a couple of ladyfish as their filet strips are an excellent bait for reds and tarpon. Fish the cut bait on the bottom near flat drop offs and be patient. - Fish Tales Tours - www.FishTalesTours.com

Cape Canaveral

(07/08)
Just a quick heads up. Did great yesteray. fish all day! The bait was in the back of the port, big kingfish were just off the beach in about 45 feet of water, look for the clean/dirty water breaks. Big kings, bonita and jacks! - Captain Chris - www.FiredUpCharters.com

Cape Canaveral

(07/05)
HELLO- It's been quite a few days since i've been out. I had family in town,Son's 1st BDAY, just a bunch of things, plus I took a little break from fishing all together. Now I'm ready to get back at it. Yesterday was a rough start. the water was muddy and cold. Bait was found in the back of the port so i had a good start. After running around all over the place and checking some different spots i finally found some clean and a bit warmer water in the bouy line. We got a great kingfish bite going and wound up doing pretty good.All the fish were over 20lbs. - Captain Chris - www.FiredUpCharters.com

Cape Canaveral

(06/23)
Yesterday was a tough day fighting the waves. started out rough and the day actually got calmer so it turned out nice. We started off in the port with catching plenty of bait on our first cast of the net. I tried to get out but couldnt get past about 5 miles. So i just worked the bouy line. NOTHING si i came in toward the beach and still nothing. just before i was ready to cancel the day i tried one more spot that was agin 8 miles out. after driving 10 miles an hour to keep dry. but it paid off. we wound up keeping busy with nice bonita and big barracuda and a few lines getting knocked down hard. then we decided to run to another spot and we caught about 10 cobia with a few nice keepers to take home. Also got into a school of jacks. Was this a great day for kingfish,NO but we definately kept busy with fighting fish all day. For a charter that said we dont want to keep anything and just want to fight some big fish it was perfect. Great family on board. Made for an enjoyable day - Captain Chris - www.FiredUpCharters.com

Cape Canaveral

(06/20)
Ocean has been FLAT CALM! hope it lasts for a little while longer, I have 4 trips for this week coming up. I went out yesterday with my mom for a few hours....I was reminded why i dont fish weekends...i think every boat that can float was out there at cape canaveral. bait was thick in the port. we went out to 40 feet just where the water turned clean, put the lines in and a double hookup. we fished about an hour then ran my motors a little. Had some minor work done and just making sure they were back to normal. ill be out all week and will update the reports. Thanks - Captain Chris - www.FiredUpCharters.com
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