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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Smith


2005-12-11
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - The Redfish Slammed us! The redfish slammed us Friday morning. Around 8:00am Friday, I slid into the Sands Point lagoon at New Pass and picked one of the new docks to start at. The dock was about halfway in and by pure luck, it was the only more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2005-12-05
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - It didnt last long The big cobia and pompano run didnt last long. This past week produced very few fish, inshore and offshore. The big boats had to run thirty miles or more to find fish. I was out Friday for a six hour trip on the bay and we more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2005-11-12
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - The fish are in and the Redtide is out! The fish are in and the Redtide is out! The cobia are thick along the beach and the artificial I reefs. Cobias up to thirty pounds have been caught and fifteen to twenty pounds is average size. Li more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2005-10-22
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Spanish mackerel have started! Spanish mackerel have started to run along the beaches and on the bay! The inshore (I) reefs have been holding most of the mackerel in 18 to 30 feet of water. Live pilchards, live shrimp, and small Diamond jigs more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2005-09-08
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - All the fish are not dead! All the fish are not dead! The bay fishing is improving! Most of our species we normally catch have been caught this past week. During the past week we caught snook, redfish, sea trout, pompano, flounder, mangrove sna more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2005-07-24
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Redtide! We have had at least three weeks of Redtide and most all of the fish are gone. Mote marine is saying that the Redtide is starting to move north and out of the Sarasota area. If this comes to be, it should take about three weeks to s more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2005-06-11
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Mangrove snapper and barracuda Mangrove snapper and barracuda have been hot this past week on the M reefs. We were able to limit out on the snapper using live shrimp on the bottom. The cuda are taking live fish on a free-line or by skippi more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2005-06-02
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Spanish mackerel through the weekend. We had some fair action along the beach with Spanish mackerel through the weekend. The action was not fast but it was steady throughout the day. We probably could have picked up the pace by using live pilcha more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2005-05-21
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Kings to open King mackerel are still hot on the artificial M reefs. King, Spanish, and barracuda have been plentiful using live bait. We have also been able to find plenty of sardines around New Pass and on the reefs. In the same area, a more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2005-04-13
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Kings on the right! This past week it was Kings on the right! As you head out into the gulf via New Pass, turn right at the last green marker and start fishing. King mackerel have been plentiful and twenty pounds a common size. Live herring more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota

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