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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Smith


2003-07-18
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Summer Time Fishing Both inshore and offshore fishing has been good to excellent but with plenty of stops and starts. Mangrove snapper are being caught on the bay and in the Gulf out to the sixty-foot depths. The Gully area has produced more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2003-05-14
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - The Tarpon are here! The Tarpon are here! Tarpon have started to school and move along the beaches in eight to twenty feet of water. Large live baitfish or crabs will work once you find the pod. Kingfish action has slowed down but could more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2003-05-03
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Looking for Tarpon Yesterday was my first tarpon charter this season. We cruised up the beach along Longboat key but never saw the first tarpon. I have been seeing some at first light in the passes but they soon disappear after sunrise. We cruis more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2003-04-20
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Plenty of big kings are still being taken on the Seven! Plenty of big kings are still being taken on the Seven! Kingfish have been caught on all of the artificial M reefs in forty to fifty feet of water. Artificial reef M-7 has been the more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2003-04-11
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Inshore & Offshore Hot! We finally got some bad weather so I could knock out a report. The fishing has not changed much in the last few weeks. Kingfish are still hot on the “M” reefs in forty to fifty feet of water. We also had a few good d more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2003-03-24
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - The Kings are in! The Kings are in! King mackerel showed up in good numbers on most of the artificial M reefs a few days ago. Reefs 6 and 5 have been focal points but all of the M reefs show promise. The reefs are also loaded with barracuda more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2003-03-15
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Where are the kingfish? Where are the kingfish? The offshore boats are looking but only a few have been caught so far. They are overdue or better said; “It is time for them to show.” That out of the way, fishing has been excellent! The more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2003-03-08
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Snapper, Snapper and Snapper The fishing is still improving. The sizes of the Spanish mackerel that are being caught on the Allen Fisher reef have increased. A few of the mackerel have made five pounds but the average is about two pounds. H more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2003-03-02
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Up a notch!! The fishing has gone up another notch! The I artificial reefs and especially the I-2 Allen Fisher has been run over with Spanish mackerel and bluefish. Cobia and large sheepshead to 5 pounds are also being caught on most of the oth more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota


2003-02-23
12:00 AM

Saltwater Fishing Report for Sarasota, Florida. - Inshore fishing is still excellent Inshore fishing is still excellent and offshore fishing is coming back! Spotted seatrout are the best they have been in years and are being caught over most of the bay. Along with the trout, we found plenty more...
Capt. Bob Smith - Sarasota

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