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Cape Canaveral

(02/16)
Early in the week we caught a good number of sheepshead and blackdrum around piers and bridge structures. Also, the specs were hungry on the flats, eager to take small swim baits. A cold front moved in Tuesday night and by Thursday, had dropped the water temp into the 50's, virtually shutting down the fishing once again. Until it warms up, try fishing a live shrimp with a small split shot in the deepest hole you can find, that's were the fish will be. - Fish Tales Tours - www.FishTalesTours.com

Cape Canaveral

(01/31)
Water temperatures remain in the low 60's in the morning, keeping most of the fish a little slow to bite. Once the sun hits, the action has been very consistent. Speckled trout continue to school in the flats just north of the barge canal. While most of the catches have been undersized fish, there have been a few 16"plus that have been fooled by a black and white broken back J-7 Rapala. - Fish Tales Tours - www.FishTalesTours.com

Cape Canaveral

(01/30)
Hello- Had a few trips this week. As usual for this time of year the ocean was rough. The only day it was nice out,yesterday, i had things to do. Kingfishing was no good. trolled all day for nothing and hit a lot of spots. after we had no fish in the boat we did a few bottom drops on a few areas down south. Red Snapper! one after the other. the few keepers we had, went back in the drink. oh well, next year when they decide to open the season ill load up. I had some friends fish up north and they had to release some big snapper and a few big grouper. We did get to take home about 15 nice size sea bass. we actually threw back about 50 sea bass. was a good day. Cobia showed up in about 75 feet of water late in the day on thursday and friday. look for the rays. have fun----Chris Cameron www.firedupcharters.com - Captain Chris - www.FiredUpCharters.com

Cape Canaveral

(01/24)
Though we are still seeing the effects from the big freeze, the lagoon system is starting to show signs of life again. The flats north of the barge canal have produced quite a few Redfish the past few days. They are in super shallow water, requiring stealth and a plastic swim bait, to be successfully fished. The same area, though in deeper water, has been holding a good number of speckled trout. Try using a small Rapala or Yozzuri Pin Minnow, with a medium to fast retrieve, for best results. With all the dead fish on the lagoon bottom, bait fishing remains extremely poor. - Fish Tales Tours - www.FishTalesTours.com

Cape Canaveral

(01/23)
Not the greatest seas lately to really get out. On the days that do allow, bottom fishing has been awesome! ONE PROBLEM.....You have to throw everything back. Id honestly rather not even waste the fuel to be teased by letting it all go.... Kingfish have been way to the south. Sailfish have also been way south. I have a few charters this week but who knows how thats going to go right now. winds still not looking good. have fun - Captain Chris - www.FiredUpCharters.com

Cape Canaveral

(01/15)
Two weeks of cold weather that dropped the water temperature to a low of 40 degrees, has devastated the north banana river lagoon. Dozens of sea turtles and thousands of fish, including snook, spadefish, catfish, mullet and puffers have been killed by this prolonged wintry blast. With temperatures expected near normal this weekend look for some of the heartier fish, such as black drum and sheepshead, to start feeding again. Trout may start moving onto the flats looking for warmer water and an easy meal, keep that in mind when choosing your bait. The Lagoon, in time, will recover from this Arctic chill, and time, is what it will take. - Fish Tales Tours - www.FishTalesTours.com

Cape Canaveral

(12/27)
Merry Christmas! Early in the week, with water temperatures in the 50's, there was virtually no bite. As the temp started to climb, the fish became more active and started feeding again. Look for this pattern to continue with the best bet being late afternoon. For trout and redfish try free lining live shrimp in 2-3 feet of water, or working a plastic swim bait slowly along the bottom. Structure fishing for sheephead and some mangrove snapper should remain good if you can find some fiddler crab to entice them. - Fish Tales Tours - www.FishTalesTours.com

Cape Canaveral

(12/19)
Kingfish couldn't be any easier to catch right now! there Big too. The average fish was 20 lbs this week. Hit the local reefs outside of cape Canaveral. we are still using dead bait with skirts. We used whatever was left in the box after bottom fishing, Sardines, Mackerel and ballyhoo. All worked great. Bigger fish came on the ballyhoo. OH- we also had 3 Wahoo swim up to the back of the boat. we hooked up with one but broke it off. Also had 2 Cobia swim to the boat but missed the hookup on the 1 that may have been a keeper. Bottom fishing is doing well a too. Get some live baits on the bottom with some good structure and hold on. Anyone interested in going out on a trip or just some info in general, give me a shout. Have a good one and get out there as soon as these winds die down. - Captain Chris - www.FiredUpCharters.com

Cape Canaveral

(12/19)
The wind will be a deciding factor on were to fish this weekend. Your best bet is to be on the lee side of any island and shoreline. Fresh cut bait, fished on the bottom, will attract a wide variety of species. Also, residential canals should not be overlooked for the early morning bite. Try pitching a live shrimp underneath any of the many docks or overhanging mangroves. Speckled trout must be released until Jan. 1st and snook season is closed until Feb 1st. - Fish Tales Tours - www.FishTalesTours.com

Cape Canaveral

(12/13)
Check out the latest pics on www.firedupcharters.com for last weeks fish pics. Great day! Kingfish are in pretty thick out on 8a but they are moving from day to day. we got our limit in 45 minutes and not 1 fish less than 20lbs. Use sardines on kingrigs with kingbuster skirts. We also headed out up north and found a lot of dolphin on weed patches. not big but a bunch of keepers. The bottom bite was decent as well with some decent red snapper and AJ's Use live bait! Get out when you can. Any questions call me and check out the website. - Captain Chris - www.FiredUpCharters.com
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