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2015-08-28
8:59 PM

Getting closer to the BEST! - Capt Dave's Jacksonville Forecast: www.captdaves.com Come Sept. with each passing day the fishing can get better. (Better than Summer) Bull Redfish & Sharks dominate the BIG FISH categories. So eat your Wheaties! Best overall time for more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2015-08-28
6:57 PM

Spectacular Fishing in the Back Bays! - The fish are happy with the amount of bait around the flats. It's that time of the year where the redfish school up on the flats. Look for potholes and oysters that have bait moving along with the tides. Snook fishing is picking up with a few trout more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2015-08-28
6:41 PM

Summer Fishing Fort Lauderdale - August 22, 2015 The past few weeks Lady Pamela sportfishing has seen some phenomenal fishing. This has been the best August for mahi-mahi fishing that I can remember over the last 15 years. The fish have been gaffer size, ranging from 10-40 lbs. M more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2015-08-28
12:02 AM

Mahi and black fin tuna - Every day the Mahi fishing is a little different however the Mahi are around most of the time between 600 and 1000 feet of the coast of Islamorada. The fish are still around low flying birds, current edges and floating debris. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2015-08-27
9:30 PM

Estero Bay: Redfish - Snook - Trout - Tarpon - With afternoon and evening showers becoming a normal part of our weather pattern in Southwest Florida, fishing has been better than ever this summer. Fresh rainwater has been cooling down the backwaters and turning the backbay bite on. Schools of red more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2015-08-27
9:19 PM

The fish aren't abiding by the calendar rules.... - This time of year we should be pulling up porgies in all the regular haunts, but they're few and far between. Not much in the way of striped bass either, and the fluke catch is slowing down dramatically after a good run for the past couple of months more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands


2015-08-27
10:04 AM

Can Mahi Fishing Get Any Better? - Quite a few people took my advice and booked last minute trips last week to go mahi fishing and everyone was happy that they did as the mahi fishing got even better than what was already great. There were two distinct weedlines offshore. The first more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami

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Bass Bash in Palm Beach County
Captain Butch Moser is one of the top freshwater guides in western Palm Beach County. Read about the magic Butch makes with largemouth and peacock bass through live baiting on ultra-light tackle.
From San Carlos to Estero
The fishy axis of the Gulf of Mexico behind the West Wind Inn, San Carlos Bay, and Estero Bay outlines an area around Sanibel Island that can produce incredible action for many gamefish like snook, tarpon, redfish and seatrout. Captain Mike Smith tells the story of this Southwest Florida fishing stalwart.

 

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