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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Smith


2006-09-17
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Tarpon all over the flats! The grass flats off of Stephens Pt. and north of the Ringling home are still hot! Today at first light, we found Tarpon all over the flats in small pods feeding on the larger bait fish, like ladyfish. The average siz more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2006-09-03
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Plenty of action September 03, 2006 For the last few weeks we have found plenty of action on the bay. Yes! We have a Redtide along the beaches and in the passes, and that has not been good. I was able to find plenty of non-stop action on t more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2006-07-13
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Tearing them up! For the last few weeks, we have been enjoying some good action along the beach and on the bay. The artificial (I) reefs in 25 to 30 feet of water have been holding plenty of nice size Spanish mackerel. We are also catching bar more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2006-06-12
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Large barracuda feeding on the mackerel Spanish mackerel have been hot along the beaches and best in thirty feet of water! The Lynn Silvertooth (I-1) reef is stacked up with large barracuda that are feeding on the mackerel. I have never seen s more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2006-06-03
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Spanish Mackerel Spanish Mackerel up to four pounds have moved in along the beach reefs and are on the chew. Live sardines are working well for bait and are easy to catch. In fact, most small lures and live shrimp will catch Spanish mackerel. more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2006-04-09
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Magic Numbers For the past couple of weeks, the magic numbers for King and Spanish mackerel have been 12 to 33 foot depths and a water temperature of 72 degrees. Large schools of anchovies have been holding the fish close to the coast line. more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2006-02-28
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - We can expect the fishing to improve as we move into March! For the past week we have been able to keep the rods bent but most all of it has been ladyfish. Large schools of ladyfish have been held-up in the channel just south of Siesta Key Br more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2006-02-03
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Bad news / Good news The bad news is that the high winds over the past week have kept most boaters off the water. The wind is expected to continue over most of the weekend. The good news is that before all this wind, the artificial reef, “Allen more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2006-01-25
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Sheepshead on Harts reef Fishing has been a very quiet for the past three weeks! Moving around the bay would produce at best only a stray bluefish or ladyfish for most of the guide-boats in radio contact with me. The “I” reefs just offshore more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2006-01-02
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Snook, redfish, bluefish, and sheepshead! Happy New Year to you all! The fishing on the bay has started to stabilize with snook, redfish, bluefish, and sheepshead being the top contenders. Some pompano in the passes and even a few seatro more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota

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