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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Smith


2002-09-16
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Sounds like fish Snook, redfish, pompano, sea trout, bluefish, mackerel, snapper and gags are all being caught on the bay and just offshore. This sounds great if I would just leave it there but most of the trout, snapper and gags have been sh more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2002-08-24
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Summer Snapper, Inshore During the summer, you can find plenty of keeper size snapper on the bay and larger snapper as you move offshore. Inshore snapper fishing usually peeks in September. You can find them around most structures and along more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2002-08-16
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - First Light, Last Light For now, sea trout, redfish, bluefish, snook and snapper have the front row on the Bay and along the beaches. Trout are the most plentiful on numerous grass-flats and feeding well on live shrimp, pilchards and small pigfi more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2002-08-01
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Jumping Barracuda July ended on a good note for both offshore and inshore anglers. My daughter, Cherie and I spent Tuesday jumping barracuda on the artificial reef M-7. On Reef M-3, using 12 pound test line and live Threadfin herring that we more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2002-07-21
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Permit & Redfish Things have started to look better on the Bay. The last couple of days we spent most of our time fishing the harbor entrances and basins on the west side of the Bay. Using the small live shrimp that are now the only size off more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2002-07-14
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Sweet and Sour Sweet and Sour is the best way I can express our fishing conditions at this time. I was restricted to the bay for the few days I was able to get out fishing. Although there has been plenty of Spanish mackerel and little tunny acti more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2002-06-29
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - King Mackerel on the bite King mackerel are still on the bite! Large kings are very active around the (M) reefs in forty to fifty feet of water. Live sardines caught via gold hook rigs and free-lined out to the kings has been the best method more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2002-06-23
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - The trout are back! Tarpon are still moving along the beaches and in the passes. It has been a better year than last year but no free lunch. The average seems to be two per day but sometimes it takes a very long day to accomplish that. With more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2002-06-07
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Long trips The Offshore boats running about thirty miles out and fishing hard bottom areas with live bait (Threadfin herring) have been doing very well for all kinds of fish. Snapper, grouper, sailfish, blackfin tuna, king and dolphin just to nam more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2002-06-01
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Gator Trout Unless you are planning to make a 40 mile run offshore, barracuda has been the best action around the artificial reefs. (M-7) has been the hottest spot and live Threadfin herring the best bait. Bottom fishing from the (I) reefs out t more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota

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