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Fishing Reports by Capt. Chris Herrera


2010-11-08
2:27 PM

St. Augustine Fishing Report - This fall has brought us some fantastic angling opportunities for redfish and trout. With the warm weather and plenty of bait, fishing has been more like catching here in St. Augustine. Every creek in the area has been holding redfish and trout, some more...
Capt. Chris Herrera - St. Augustine


2010-08-11
10:02 AM

The Flood Tides Are Coming - Fishing continues to excell this month with redfish and tarpon. With the flood tides this week, look for the reds to be tailing in the flooded spartina grass. I have been tossing Exudes Fan Tail Shrimp to tailing reds rigged on a Slayer Inc. 5/0 Pred more...
Capt. Chris Herrera - St. Augustine


2010-06-20
7:59 AM

Redfish In The Morning, Cobia In The Afternoon - Fishing the flats to the beach this month has been awsome! Starting at first light on the flats has been putting redfish in the skiff using topwater lures. Once the heat kicks in we hit the beach in search of tarpon but a luck would have it the rays more...
Capt. Chris Herrera - St. Augustine


2010-04-02
9:30 PM

Palm Coast/ St. Augustine inshore report - Fishing large schools of reds tailing and busting mullet and minnows is still the norm. Long bombing Sebile Stick Shads to lead fish will produce the biggest fish of the schools. Small Blues have moved in and giving another week or so the big boys wi more...
Capt. Chris Herrera - St. Augustine


2010-01-05
12:45 PM

January Fishing Report - Creek fishing for Seatrout is about as sure as it gets this time of year in St. Augustine and Palm Coast, jigging for Trout in creek holes with a ounce Slayer Jig and Fish Bites Extreme paddle tail will get the attention of every schoolie in the ho more...
Capt. Chris Herrera - St. Augustine


2009-09-22
7:05 PM

September Flood tides - September has brought us high waters that flooded the Spartina grass which produced epic tailing Redfish opportunities for the fly or spin fisherman. Redfish were giving themselves away by flagging you down as they rooted out shrimp, crabs and sn more...
Capt. Chris Herrera - St. Augustine


2009-07-07
9:34 PM

Tarpon, Snook, Flounder, Redfish, Sharks - Pogy pods have continued to show up in good numbers along North East Florida beaches attracting Tarpon to monster Jacks. Tarpon can be seen doing cartwheels and slashing through the pogy pods in a feeding frenzy. Free lining a pogy on a Daiichi 13/0 more...
Capt. Chris Herrera - St. Augustine


2009-06-09
8:58 PM

Endless summer possibilties - Now that summer is here options on where to fish are endless. If targeting redfish is your thing first light on the flats has yielded some nice slot fish using live bait (mud minnows) or artificial lures like BiteABait topwaters or Exude Darts. May more...
Capt. Chris Herrera - St. Augustine


2009-05-27
5:23 PM

Rain equals great fishing - knowing how to adapt with the change in weather is the key to success. Fishing over flows or small creeks that are flooded that dump into deeper water are areas that will concentrate the bait which brings in the fish. Snook, Tarpon, Redish and Trout more...
Capt. Chris Herrera - St. Augustine


2009-05-12
5:43 PM

Walking the Dog - Early morning starts has been the norm this past week trying to wake the fish up with the all to familiar Click Clack of a topwater lure. Walking plugs has taken the biggest redfish this past week, Skitter Walks or Top Dog Jr's has been two of my fav more...
Capt. Chris Herrera - St. Augustine

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