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LOUISIANA: Reds were Tailing in One Foot of Water

Monday, February 13th, 2012

Darrell Dore, Andrew Barron, Daniel Barron, and Chad Lamperez joined me today for some trout and reds.

We started the morning off strong slinging in trout and reds, looked as though we had hit the jackpot. The reds were tailing in one foot of water and we were knocking them in their heads!!! Before we knew it someone flicked that switch off again. We went on a mission looking for trout, reds, and bass with no luck.

We ended back at our first stop to find a few more trout and a couple reds. Blue Tiger Highlife Swimmer, LSU swimbait were the two top producers today.

Great company and good times fishing with you guys, thank you again.

Capt. Marty LaCoste
Absolute Fishing Charters
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S CAROLINA: We Have had Success at All Stages of the Tide

Monday, December 12th, 2011

Have had several trips over the last week or two in the Port Royal Sound area, and the Redfish bite seems to be on the upswing.

We have had success at all stages of the tide, including an excellent day in the grass on a 9 ft tide. The water has cooled off this week and is in the mid to upper 50’s, and the fish seem to have begun schooling better than they were the last month or so. Had a trip last Saturday with a nine year old and his grandparents, and they caught 27 Redfish off one oyster shell that had current moving around the point. All of these fish but one were in the slot limit range of 15 to 23 inches.

This bite, which has been on big mud minnows and big shrimp, should continue through December. The Seatrout bite continues to slow as they hard to find after our winter kill in Jan and Feb.

Capt. Rick Percy
Reel Chance Charters
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FLORIDA: Ponce Inlet Redfish – Sight Casters are Doing Fine with Live Shrimp

Monday, December 12th, 2011

Only a few weeks away from Christmas and the start of 2012. Cooler temperatures have taken a firm grip on our weather and the fish are in their winter transition mode. The beautiful thing about fishing in Florida is it’s always a good time to go; there’s always somewhere to fish and something to catch regardless of the weather. We have entered the time of year though that allows for the most catching per day. This month we can be catching anywhere from 10-40 fish per day. The colder the better. January is usually the top catching month of the year, with days of 50+ fish occuring on a regular basis. But for December, water clarity has cleared considerably lately allowing for excellent sight casting. It hasn’t gotten cold enough for massive winter schools of fish to form, but that usually happens during the later part of this month. Our top targets for December heading into January arer redfish, speckled trout, black drum, flounder and some occassional snook. Depending on the weather we could be catching anywhere from 5-30 or more of each per day.

Redfish fishing has been excellent as of late. It’s our number one opportunity in the Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, and creeks near Ponce Inlet. All our redfish are shadowing the big finger mullet schools. Find baitfish and you’ll find redfish in the mix too. Average days for catching has been 5-20+ reds. What we are used to catch them has varied widely. Most fish are coming on live mullet, while sight casters are doing fine with live shrimp. If we throw lures it’s been spoons, DOA shrimp or soft plastic jerkbaits. Fly fisherman have done really well on my cab fly or a Borski slider.

It’s no surprise the Speckled Trout are following the big finger mullet schools either. With the cleaner water we’re also finding a lot of big gator trout laid up in sand spots around cold snaps. This is perhaps one of the best times of year for sight casting 8-10lbr’s, a world class fish. Live shrimp, DOA shrimp, soft plastic jerkbaits are all great sight casting tools for big trout…but they are so wary it can ben tough. We’ll catch more trout free-lining mullet around the bait pods or right in beside schooling redfish. Trout season is still closed and won’t reopen until January, so it’s still catch and release. Fly anglers lucky enough to throw a fly to a laid up gator trout will have luck on seaducers and gurglers. Typically we aren’t going for numbers in terms of catching trout in the winter, it’s all about catching the trophies!

The Flounder bite continues to be good in all the backwaters around Ponce Inlet. These fish are migrating towards the Inlet itself so creek mouths, sand bars, docks and seawalls on the ICW, and bays adjacent to the ICW will hold the majority of the fish. Mullet and mud minnows are the preferred baits of choice. Free line them or peg them on a jighead when fishing deeper water. You can also drag a live shrimp pegged on a jig along the bottom. Black Drum are showing up in more brackish areas of the Lagoon and NIRL. Shrimp are blue crab equal guaranteed catching on a less than smart fish.

Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon
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ALABAMA: Cast a Curly Tail Jig into the School of Redfish

Monday, November 21st, 2011

http://Dig-In-Anchors.comNearshore Orange Beach Fishing

November gave us some great fishing for bull redfish in Orange Beach just as we expected.

December should be even better with the cooler temps.

I prefer a north wind for the best redfish activity. The cool fronts will push the bait near the coastline and the bull redfish should follow. Watch for diving birds and especially the pelicans. The redfish will push the bait to the surface and the birds will attack the bait from above. After seeing this, you may choose to cast a curly tail jig into the school of redfish.

I prefer light spinning tackle with 20 pound test line and a 1 – 2 ounce lead head jig with a red, white or green curly tail grub. You may cast and retrieve or jig slowly vertically. When these bull redfish are feeding they will attack quickly. When you see bull reds on the surface, cast a topwater plug into the school and twitch it with a medium retrieve and hang on. This can be awesome. If you see no birds, bait or fish, then you may place trolling lures such as stretch 25’s and 30’s behind the boat and troll at 4 to 6 knots. This will often help you to locate a school of redfish when they are not feeding on the surface. The bull redfish should be around through the winter and into early Spring.

Offshore Orange Beach Fishing

Offshore fishing Orange Beach should be good through the winter. I would recommend fishing 100 feet and deeper in the cold months. You can still catch amberjack, vermillion snapper, white snapper, triggerfish, scamp and red grouper through the winter. Always try cut squid and whole squid. Live bait is good when you can find it. Watch the weather forecast and find you a nice day between cold fronts.

Capt. Don McPherson
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TEXAS: Trinity Bay – Redfish are Good at the Spillway on Shrimp & Gulps

Monday, November 14th, 2011

NORTH SABINE:
Trout are good under birds and pods of shad on soft plastics. Redfish and flounder are good in the marsh on shrimp. Flounder are good on the falling tide on the muddy shorelines.

SOUTH SABINE:
Trout are good under birds and pods of shad. Redfish are good at the jetty on live bait and cracked crabs. Flounder are good on Gulps in the bayous.

BOLIVAR:
Trout, black drum, sand trout and redfish are good at Rollover Pass. Trout are fair to good while drifting shell on plastics. Bull redfish are good on the beachfront.

TRINITY BAY:
Trout are good for drifters working pods of shad and mullet on Bass Assassins, Trout Killers and Sand Eels. Trout are good under birds on soft plastics. Redfish are good at the Spillway on shrimp and Gulps.

EAST GALVESTON BAY:
Trout and large Gulf trout are good for drifters working deep shell on plastics and fresh shrimp. Redfish and flounder are fair to good in the marsh around drains on shrimp. Trout and redfish are good under the birds.

WEST GALVESTON BAY:
Bull redfish and flounder are good at San Luis Pass on shrimp and shad. Sheepshead, redfish and black drum are good at the jetty on shrimp and crabs. Trout are good under the birds in the afternoon over deep shell.

TEXAS CITY:
Bull redfish are good in the channel on shrimp and crabs. Gulf trout are good in the channel on fresh shrimp.

FREEPORT:
Trout are good on reefs on shrimp and DOA Shrimp under corks. Redfish are fair to good on the reefs in Christmas Bay and Bastrop Bay. Bull redfish are good on the beach.

EAST MATAGORDA BAY:
Trout are good for drifters on live shrimp over humps and scattered shell. Trout and flounder are fair to good on muddy shorelines on soft plastics tipped with shrimp.

WEST MATAGORDA BAY:
Trout are fair on sand and grass humps on soft plastics and topwaters. Redfish are good on live shrimp at Shell Island, Oyster Lake, Crab Lake and Mad Island. Flounder are good in the Diversion Channel on Gulps.

PORT O’CONNOR:
Bull redfish are good at the jetty on crabs, mullet and shad. Trout are fair to good on the reefs in San Antonio Bay on live shrimp. Flounder are fair to good in Saluria Bayou on Gulps and jigs tipped with shrimp.

ROCKPORT:
Trout are fair in St. Charles Bay on Corkies while working reefs. Redfish are good in Redfish Bay on mullet and crabs. Bull redfish, black drum and flounder are good in the Lydia Ann Channel on shrimp and mullet.

PORT ARANSAS:
Redfish are fair at Shamrock on topwaters and plum soft plastics. Bull redfish are good at the jetty and on the beachfront on natural baits. Offshore is good for tuna, kingfish and dolphin.

CORPUS CHRISTI:
Bull redfish are good in the surf on mullet and shrimp. Trout are fair for waders working mud and grass on Gulps and topwaters. Redfish are good in the channels on natural baits.

BAFFIN BAY:
Trout are good on topwaters and plum plastics around rocks and grass. Trout are good while drifting deep rocks on plum plastics. Redfish are fair to good on Gulps and plum plastics around spoil islands.

PORT MANSFIELD:
Redfish are good while drifting pot holes on topwaters and soft plastics under a popping cork. Trout and redfish are fair to good on the spoils on small topwaters and black/chartreuse plastics.

SOUTH PADRE:
Trout are fair to good while drifting grass and mud on plastics and live shrimp. Redfish are good in Airport Cove and around the causeway on Gulps and DOA Shrimp.

PORT ISABEL:
Trout and redfish are good at Laguna Vista and Holly Beach on plum and black plastics. Snook and mangrove snapper are good in the Brownsville Ship Channel on DOA Shrimp and live shrimp. Bull redfish are good along the channel near the causeway.

Texas
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GEORGIA: Trout Biting Well on the Top of the Tides & Reds at the Low

Monday, November 14th, 2011

As expected, the fall fishing has been outstanding!

Cold mornings with midday temps in the 70’s have really fired off the big three: Flounder, Trout and Redfish.

The fish have not been picky, with shrimp and plastics fishing equally well. We have even had some great days with the fly rod using Deceivers and Clousers. The slight drop in water temperature has killed off many micro-organisms, leaving the water clean and green!

With trout biting well on the top of the tides, reds at the low and flounder on all stages in between, limits have been the norm.

The Georgia Coast offers arguably the best fall fishing in the south. Our amazing State Park system and many state of the art ramps and lifts, help make access to these pristine marshes readily available. Come and fish our coast, and be sure to bring your camera, as these marshes are pristine and undeveloped due to some excellent management over the last century.

The only over population problem we have are the fish!

Capt. Tim Cutting
Coastal Georgia Inshore Charters
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FLORIDA: Using Shrimp We Caught & Released Keeper–Sized Redfish

Monday, November 14th, 2011

Winds have been blowing hard and seas have been rough for a while. Those conditions tend to curtail offshore fishing. But on Wednesday, 10/26/11, I had a group of guys who wanted to fish the bay. We timed our trip to coincide with the best tide conditions, and it paid off. Don Kalmey, Karl Russ, Terry Thomas and Kent Gregory caught seven redfish, five of them keepers at 19 to 21 inches. The group also caught ten sheepshead, two of which were keepers at 14 inches. They also released ladyfish, puffer fish and crevalle jacks. All were caught on shrimp, fishing around the islands in Estero Bay.

We had high winds and rain again for part of this week, but I did get out fishing in the backwaters on Friday, 11/4/11, on a catch-and-release trip with Rod Knudson and Dave Mercer. we had a great morning of fishing, just ahead of a windy, cool front moving through the area. We caught eight redfish, six of them keeper-size, though we released all. We also released fifteen sheepshead to 16 inches and two stingrays. We used live shrimp for all, fishing the islands of Estero Bay.

Monday morning, 11/7, I fished with long-time customers Steve Spitzer and Jalissa Reever. With four-to-six foot seas offshore, we scrapped our gulf plans and decided to fish Estero Bay instead. We did well with redfish on shrimp, catching eight of those, five of which were keepers to 20 inches. We also caught nine sheepshead, including five keepers to 14 inches. We released a 16-inch black drum.

Wednesday morning, 11/9, I had a short morning of fishing Estero Bay with Paul Oleff, who had to be back in time for an appointment. But the abbreviated time out there didn’t stop us from catching eight redfish, five of which were keepers at 19 1/2 inches each. We also caught five keeper sheepshead to 15 inches, all on shrimp.

Friday morning, 11/11, I fished a catch-and-release trip in Estero Bay with Terry Lischer, her adult son, Mike Lischer, Jeff Heinrich, and Jeff’s 4 ½ year-old daughter, Maddie. A brisk northwest wind of about 25 knots blew all morning, so we fished the spots that we could stay best sheltered from the wind. Using shrimp, we caught and released a keeper–sized redfish, along with several sheepshead, some small mangrove snapper, and four stingrays.

Capt. Dave Hanson
Fishbuster Charters
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FLORIDA: Snook, Redfish, Mangrove Snapper, Flounder & Jack Crevelle Caught Along Oyster Bars

Monday, October 31st, 2011

Fishing started out pretty good and improved throughout the week. Very low tides have speckled trout and Spanish mackerel cruising the edges of grass flats that fall sharply into deeper water. Snook, redfish, mangrove snapper, flounder and jack crevelle are being caught along oyster bars and mangrove shorelines on the north end of Siesta Key. Live pilchards and threadfins accounted for most of the fish.

Long time client Terry Mark from Olean NY fished with me on Monday. We did well on Spanish mackerel to 3 lbs, speckled trout to 17″and ladyfish near the Ringling bridge. We ran to the mouth of Phillippi Creek and caught a couple of 3 lb jacks.

On Tuesday, Cathy and John Mlotzek from Ohio did very well despite a stiff NE breeze, landing 5 fat trout in the slot along with several Spanish mackerel, a bunch of ladyfish, and a couple of small flounder on live bait near Bird Key.

Wednesday was terrific! Keith Williams and his son Thomas from the UK experienced non-stop action on mackerel, decent trout, and large ladyfish near Bird Key. We then worked bars and shorelines at the north end of Siesta key and caught redfish, jack crevelle, flounder, and mangrove snapper. Thomas completed his “slam”, landing a snook on his last cast!

Wil Rutenschroer and his son Gary from Cincinnati, Oh fished with me later in the week. Action on speckled trout was very good, with the two of them landing fish of 24″, 21″, and 19″ on the deep edges near Bird Key. The fish hit large live shrimp. I netted up some bait and they caught Spanish mackerel and ladyfish, too. We finished up catching mangrove snapper and jack crevelle near the Stickney Pt Bridge.

Capt. Jim Klopfer
Adventure Charters
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N CAROLINA: Flounder & Redfish – Live Mullet and Shrimp Work Well

Monday, October 24th, 2011

Speckled trout fishing continues to improve.

Fish up to six pounds have been reported from Carolina Beach all the way to Topsail. Most fish seem top be in the two to two and half pound size though. Best lure choices have been Mirrolures, Doa shad tails, Rapala X-Rap jerk baits in size ten and Betts Halo shrimp.

Falling tide seems to be the best time to fish.

Flounder fishing is good along with redfish. Live mullet and shrimp work well along with Berkley Gulp. Blues have thinned out a bit but are still around.

Spots continue to be caught in the waterway and surf.

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FLORIDA: Redfish & Snook Are Under Docks and Near Structure

Monday, October 24th, 2011

Fishing was good early in the week, the middle was pretty much shut down due to our first strong cold front of the fall season.

Friday and Saturday were typical post cold front days with high pressure and blue bird skies, good bite early then tapered off as the northeast winds cranked up. Spanish mackerel, speckled trout, and ladyfish are plentiful on the deep flats. Redfish and snook are under docks and near structure on the north end of Siesta Key.

Charters on Sunday and Monday were similar as the front approached. Winds were stiff out of the east. Jeff Gorosh from St. Loius, MO took out his boys Sam and Dave on Monday. We started at first light tossing plugs for snook, but only fooled one small snook and a 3 lb jack crevelle. Chumming with threadfins on the flats near Otter Key produced nice sized Spanish mackerel, speckled trout, and ladyfish. We finished up in Phillippi Creek catching another couple of jacks, a half dozen mangrove snapper, and a redfish.

On Friday Richard Fildes from Orlando took out his future son-in-law Philippe out fishing. We started off at Stephen’s Pt., but action was spotty. We ran up to Helicopter Shoal and had good action on decent sized speckled trout along with a couple of Spanish mackerel on plugs and Gulp! Shrimp. We finished up near the Mercury Hole and behind the ski jump catching a few trout, jacks and ladyfish. Saturday morning’s charter was about the same at the Shoal, although the trout ran a little smaller.

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