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Cape Canaveral

(10/22)
With the fall weather that has arrived, Fishing with us has always been the Greatest Catch of all. The Redfish that we have been catching have been really good sizes for good eating. Also, We have been catching a good amount of trout and snapper that have been plentyful as well. Customers are definetly still bring home there cooler full of fish that they catch aboard Fish Tales home with them. The Nature side of things, YES the Manatees are still here and the Dolphins have been really active throwing fish around in the air back and forth from each other playing. Visit our website for other news at www.fishtalestours.com - Fish Tales Tours - www.FishTalesTours.com

Cape Canaveral

(10/20)
Well....Not much to talk about this week. With winds gusting to 35mph and waves to up 7' have not made anything better out there. Just before it blew, I heard of a bunch of peanut dolphin up to the north. Kingfish out on 8a trolling dead minows. And a 1/2 way decent sailfish bite straight out in 90-120'. As soon as the weather calms ill get out there and find out whats going on. Hopefully the good king run is just around the corner. Ill keep in touch. - Captain Chris - www.FiredUpCharters.com

Cape Canaveral

(10/16)
Fishtalestours fishing report With cooler temperatures forecast this weekend look for the Redfish to be on the move. Pinfish and live shrimp are the best baits, but don't overlook soaking a piece of fresh cut ladyfish or mullet on the bottom. The flats continue to produce some keeper size trout, though I would expect them to move into deeper water until the shallows warm. As schools of mullet continue to push through, find them, and you'll find their predators. Structure fishing has been fair with some nice mangrove snapper providing the most action. Fishtalestour.com - Fish Tales Tours - www.FishTalesTours.com

Cape Canaveral

(10/14)
Hello everyone. Captain Chris Cameron here from Fired Up Fishing Charters. Im going to be helping out SurfGuru with the latest in inshore/offshore fishing reports from Cape Canaveral. If theres any topics you want me to start hitting on please let me know via email. My email address is posted on my website, www.firedupcharters.com I fish almost 4 days a week and when i'm not out there I have plenty of friends out there to keep me informed on whats going on. I have friends in the flats,inshore,offshore and WAY offshore. As we all know fishing right now is just SLOW at best. I'll start with where the baits at. The mullet are in the port thick. catch them around the sandy areas in the port from the locks to the jetty. The pogies are a hit or miss. each day is different, Just look for the Pelicans. They moved from the pier to the bite and the only thing on them have been small sharks and Bluefish. I haven't seen any tarpon this week.(caught 1 nice one last week) Snook and Reds were cruising the beach and jetties last week. 3 days produced our limits and throwbacks up to 40 inches. now it seems there already gone. Bottom fishing has done okay way out in 180-200 feet and shallow 80 foot ranges. Nothing major just barely legal size fish. Dolphin....If you get one or 2 right now, good job. Not worth the day trolling. There mainly coming up to the boat from bottom fishing or getting one on while king fishing. Kings have been SLOW. We fished the bouy line yesterday with some nice live mullet and it produced 2 sharks. There were about 8 boats out there and i think i heard about 10 fish caught total. Not sure whats going on out there right now. Just a waiting game to when it opens up again. The water has been very clean and around 85 degrees. With west winds with us now. I would get some bait and work the beach line to see fish breaking water and try that. it seems that the end of the outgoing late in the evening is doing the best. The flats have been doing better due to the water being high. My buddy Dan says eastern Tiger Shoals,Lagoon,had some nice Reds and did well a few days ago. The Trout were in a little deeper water just off the shoals. Early morning was the best. I hope this helps out a little. I nkow it sounds discouraging but the truth is what it is. If you have some info for me, i wont give your secret spots away, just send me an email. Thanks for reading and good luck out there. I will keep this up to date! - Captain Chris - www.FiredUpCharters.com

Cape Canaveral

(09/28)
There is tons and tons of bait in Port Canaveral. With these bait pods you will find predators. Lots of jack crevalle busting the pods. I have still been catching keeper size trout on live and dead mullet. Also I have been catching smaller mangrove snapper and flounder near the Canaveral Locks. Lots of small sharks just outside the port - Fish Tales Tours - www.FishTalesTours.com

Sebastian Inlet Area

(07/24)
Hey Capt. Eric here with the latest. Offshore- its tough out there bottom is a little slow. hit or miss. A lot of SeaBass with a few Snapper here and there. Cobia catches have been good. There was some weeds pushed in from the swell. Slow troll with live baits. Some smaller dolphin around. Schools of about 3 miles out and a little to the north. Inshore- The Reds are here and there in the Inlet on the outgoing tide. The Snook bite is good. Remember catch and release with care. The river water has been really dirty from all the recent rains. The seas are 2-3ft for the weekend. Be safe and stop by Whitey's for all your fishing needs and wants!!!! - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Area

(07/10)
Inshore- The water on the beach is cold. There is some bait around but not much feeding. There has been occasional Bonita and Tarpon showing up. The river is tough fishing with the heat. Best bet would be early morning docks. Redfish are still feeding on the outgoing tides in the inlet. Offshore- Some Cobia are showing up. I found a few this last week on Rays in 40ft. of water. The Kingfish bite is decent. Most of the fish being caught are in close. So be sure not to run past the fish. Seas should be 1-3ft' through the weekend. Stop by Whitey's and pick up your good's. Safe Fishing! - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Area

(06/19)
Hey this Capt. Eric giving you the scoop on the Sebastian area. Inshore-its hot and if you want to fish the river better be 1st light. best bet would be docks. In the inlet the crabs are moving out on weeds with the outgoing tides. look for topwater Redfish action. Bonita have been on the beaches ambushing the glass minnows. Snook are active but remember catch and release with care. Good size live bait has been getting more difficult to find. Offshore-Dolphin bite is slowing down. Some really good Snapper reports from this week. Cobia are also starting to pop up here and there. Weather should be nice through the weekend seas 1-3ft. Be safe and respectful to other fisherman out there. - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Area

(06/05)
The summer time conditions have set in! Water is warming up and the seas have laid down! Dolphin fishing and Permit have been excellent! Pompano off the beaches have been scattered, with some decent size ones being caught! Beach fishing has been spotty, with clean surf the fish have been biting! When it's been cloudy the fishing has been weak...Better get out while the seas are down! Hurricane seasone is on the horizon...The Captain... - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Area

(06/05)
Hey Capt. Eric with your Sebastian Area fishing report. Well What can I say the fishing has been great. The weather has been good as well. The water Temp. is up and the winds have quit blowing 20 mph. plus everyday. Inshore- Snook season is closed, but of course it is the time to catch the biggie's. Just release with care. The River has been producing some good numbers of Redfish and Snook around the docks. Fish early mornings. Offshore- The Bonita are close to the beaches feeding on glass Minnows. Kingfish have been pretty thick around 90ft. and Dolphin bite has been best around the 120's ft. depth. There is still some good size dolphin being caught. This weekends weather should be nice in the mornings with early afternoon thunderstorms. So get out early and get your fish, then get in early. Goodluck and Fish On!!! - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com
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