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Fishing Reports by Capt. Damon McKnight


2003-09-28
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Tunas and Snappers The weather has definately changed today. On Thursday and Friday we took part of the Kirby Marine Group out. Thursday we planned on Tuna fishing but with the bad weather that was hanging on the East side of the river it was abo more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2003-08-12
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Summer Time Tuna and Mangroves! What a week this has been. The fishing remains very good with plenty of Tuna offshore and snapper, cobia and A.J.'s rig fishing. Right now the weather offshore is not to good so we are taking a day off. TUESDAY more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2003-07-29
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Billfish and Tuna This past weekend the fishing was outstanding to say the least. On Saturday I took out Daniel Barnes from New Orleans. It was just him and me and he wanted nothing but Tuna. We left the dock at 6:00 a.m. and heading out to the more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2003-07-11
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Hurricanes and Tunas The offshore fishing is at its best. Plenty of Tuna are out there for the taking. Most between 50-70lbs., but as I said in late June, the bigger tuna are starting to show back up now. For those of you wanting to catch yellow more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2003-07-03
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - July Fishing in Venice Here is a run down on what the fishing is like offshore right now. The grass lines and floaters are producing plenty of big bull dolphin and of course chicken dolphin. If you have ever wanted to catch a dolphin fish, Mahi- more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2003-06-23
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Bad Weather--Good Fishing It has been a while since our last report. The weather in South Louisiana has been less than desireable for almost two months now. We finally got a little break in the sea conditions and the fishing was incredible. Th more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2003-04-19
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Amberjacks and Groupers! Our lump season came to an end about the first week in April. We have been fishing Ambejack and Grouper steadily for the past three weeks. The Amberjack are so thick that once you have caught your limit, you move to anoth more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2003-03-18
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Gargantuan Tuna on The Lump! The weather has been keeping us in a lot lately. Socked in fog, thunderstorms, wind, rain, and rough conditions. But, when you can get out it is well worth the trip. Fortunately this past Saturday, the weather condi more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2003-02-14
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - One-Hundred Pounders! The offshore fishing is absolutely at its best right now. All I can say is that they are biting non-stop. The past two days have been incredible to say the least. Plenty of Yellowfin Tuna and Blackfin Tuna were caught and more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2003-01-23
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Catching and Breaking For the past couple of weeks we have been fishing the Midnight Lump. Most of you can probably tell that it is one of the best fishing spots in the world from my other reports. The fishing down here in Venice, La. couldn't be more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice

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