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Fishing Reports by Capt. Craig Korczynski


2014-01-19
8:33 PM

Catching Snook and Tarpon in freezing cold - Inshore action for tarpon in the icw and inlets on outgoing tide during the evening, produce fish from 20 to 60 pounds. Live baits produce best results, those who prefer artificial lures, jigs will get your reel a screaming. The back bays and ca more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2014-01-12
9:26 PM

Winter time the bite is hot - Sea trout are chewing like wild fire. Grass flats and drop offs from depths of 4 to 10 feet are holding schoolie trout and big gator trout as well. Artificial lures like a fluke or DOA cal in dark colors excellent choices. Live baits under a cork pro more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2013-08-01
10:50 PM

August snook fishing Palm Beach - The Inshore fishing has been full of action for anglers targeting Snook. The Snook continue to gather in our inlets and deep channels. Anglers have been reporting catches in double digit numbers with many of the Snook averaging 5 to 25 pounds. Live more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2013-03-27
9:52 PM

Snookin Good - Happy Easter to all you fellow anglers, the past week provided great weather and plenty of rod bending action. The warmer weather raised water temperatures and the fish reacted with a feeding frenzy. Hopefully April brings warm weather and plenty o more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2012-10-03
12:03 AM

Palm Beach Icw full of line siders - Snook fishing at night has been outstanding but early morning seasons provides explosive top water action with spooks.. Live baits or lures worked along shadow lines of lights draws many strikes, but if lures are not your choice bait nothing beats a more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2012-09-24
9:31 PM

Palm Beach snook and mullet what a sight - The Inshore fishing is fantastic all through the Icw, do to the abundance of mullet that has migrated to our area. The Snook fishing is fantastic along sea walls, mangrove shorelines and bridges. Early morning and late afternoon is the best time for more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2012-08-05
11:36 PM

Lake Worth Lagoon Snook bite - The heart of summer and the inshore fishing has been stellar, sure its hot for anglers but nothing beats a bent rod. Low light hours are often the golden hours but rain storms at high noon can cool water temperatures causing a feeding frenzy. Snoo more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2012-05-29
5:22 PM

Summer snooking begins in Jupiter - The summer has arrived and the rains continue , the fish feel the change and have been chewing like pac man. Hope fully mother nature will spare the hurricanes this year we can do with out them. Snook fishing is unbelievable right now, the sea wal more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2012-05-14
9:13 PM

Sight Fishing For Snook In The Palm Beaches - May has brought typical South Florida weather patterns back as afternoons provide thunderstorms and much needed rain. The heat has played a major role in fishing, as snook and tarpon begin to flock to beaches and deep passes. The snook fishing ha more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2012-05-07
10:49 PM

Inshore action Palm Beach Jupiter full of life - Inshore action for snook producing plenty of rod bending action, snook are being found along sea walls, docks and up on the flats. Artificial lures like a heedon spook or jig worked near structure gets the line siders excited. Snook love to ambush b more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach

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