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Fishing Reports by Capt. Chris Cameron


2015-11-06
1:20 PM

Cape Canaveral Charter Fishing - Canaveral has finally been picking up. The pogies and mullet are in full swing and theres many species following the bait. We are still seeing some tarpon mixed in with snook, bull reds and plenty of sharks. You can find the mullet much closer to the more...
Capt. Chris Cameron - Port Canaveral


2015-09-25
12:53 PM

Cape Canaveral Offshore Fishing - Soon we will be dressing our little ones up for Halloween. Crazy how fast this season has flown by us. I'm already getting excited for Christmas:) Sailfish and wahoo will be seen more now as the water temps cool. Wahoo are generally better at sunrise more...
Capt. Chris Cameron - Port Canaveral


2015-08-22
1:53 PM

Cape Canaveral Offshore Fishing - What can we expect to see in September? That's a really darn good question. If its anything like the last several months its basically unpredictable! I have only been charter fishing out of Canaveral for about 10 years now and I still have so much more...
Capt. Chris Cameron - Port Canaveral


2015-07-12
3:55 PM

Port Canaveral Offshore Fishing Charters - What can we expect to find for this month? Good question. If it continues like it has been the last few weeks it's going be tough. But hopefully it does turn around. Bait should start to show up in better numbers as the water warms up. It's been extr more...
Capt. Chris Cameron - Port Canaveral


2015-05-25
8:24 AM

offshore fishing charters cape canaveral - What a great month we had. Both near shore and offshore have been providing plenty of action. This month should be pretty much the same. Mahi may be tapering off but that doesn't mean you shouldn't try. NEAR SHORE, Pogies (bunker) have been more more...
Capt. Chris Cameron - Port Canaveral


2015-04-19
9:07 PM

Port Canaveral Sport Fishing Charters - Is it just me or is anyone else wondering where all the cobia went? Who knows? We had a few good days then beautiful weather with an empty ocean. We even saw a few hundred rays with nothing on them. Odd. But the good news is that this is also the tim more...
Capt. Chris Cameron - Port Canaveral


2015-04-09
9:35 AM

Charter fishing Cape Canaveral - Have you noticed the cherry blossom trees blooming? I'll give you a few hints, buck tails, March? Yup, you guessed it, Cobia! We have already seen some stud fish around and it's only going to get better. Normally, the Cobias show up around mid Februa more...
Capt. Chris Cameron - Port Canaveral


2015-02-07
10:45 AM

Shark fishing Cocoa Beach charters - Shark fishing has continued to provide some awesome action and excitement. We have seen a big influx of the offshore sandbar sharks lately. These species of shark are normally the annoying large sharks that are known to eat your kingfish many time more...
Capt. Chris Cameron - Port Canaveral


2015-01-26
4:55 PM

port canaveral offshore charters - Fishing has continued to be as good as it gets! We have gotten so many phone calls lately where the customers ask, I know its winter and I'm sure fishing is slow, but can we go and do something? LOL I tell them it's Florida not NY our winters are sti more...
Capt. Chris Cameron - Port Canaveral


2015-01-15
6:12 PM

Shark Fishing Cocoa Beach charters - Shark fishing in Cocoa beach has been on fire lately. Talk about a lot of fun too. When it's blowing 20+ as it has for days and days lately, your only chance to get out to do anything is sharkin. The winds are definitely a major factor. If its 20 fr more...
Capt. Chris Cameron - Port Canaveral

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