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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Smith


2004-10-08
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Fall Run At the beginning of the week, we found the beaches loaded with small Spanish mackerel, little tunny, large barracuda, and sharks of all sizes. They were feeding on the large schools of very small baitfish, anchovies and whitebait. W more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2004-08-20
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Bay fishing has turned on!! Bay fishing has turned on this past week! In the last few days, morning trips have turned up a large variety of fish on most of the grassflats and in the passes. Yesterday at about 0700, we started fishing on the Midd more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2004-08-01
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Where are the fish? Spanish mackerel and barracuda have been fairly good on the artificial “M” reefs. Much of the action has been done by trolling small artificial bait for the Spanish mackerel and using the mackerel for the cuda. Snapper fishin more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2004-06-30
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - “M” Reefs The bay fishing has slowed down while fishing the offshore “M” reefs has staid hot, most of the time. Kings, barracuda, permit, cobia, and plenty of sharks are being caught on the “M” reefs. An occasional sailfish has also been cau more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2004-06-03
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - He caught the tarpon on live crab Kingfish, barracuda and little tunny are still active on most of the “M” reefs but you may need to have patience between chews. We have also had plenty of baitfish schools from the beach out to the “M” reefs. A more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2004-05-16
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - King mackerel are still hot! King mackerel are still hot on the “M” reefs. Live Whitebait netted on the beach or in the bay and sardines via Sabiki rigs are doing the job. Rigging: A six inch length of number 3 to 5 coffee wire leader, b more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2004-05-02
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Kings On M King mackerel are still hitting hard offshore at the “M” reefs. All methods of baiting are working but live bait is top gun. Sardines, herring, and blue runners are plentiful at the “M” reefs, so don’t forget your Sabiki rigs. more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2004-04-18
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - The kings are in but dragging a fin Yes, the kings are in but dragging a fin. Before the blow started last week, we had king mackerel throughout the Cudahole area but the action was spotty. The best king action was well south of M-6 in the Icebo more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2004-03-12
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Sounds like it is time to go fishing! Kings have started to show up off of Venice in fifty feet of water. Blackfin tuna have also made their traditional spotty appearances in deep offshore water. Good catches of grouper have been made in 80 more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2004-02-22
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Mackerel Inshore We finished the week with plenty of hot action! By Saturday the bay was full of nice size Spanish mackerel, sea trout, some nice pompano, permit, bluefish and an occasional redfish. Sheepshead are also thick along with the macke more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota

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