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Fishing Reports by Capt. Damon McKnight


2003-01-05
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Winter Tuna! It is winter time again and along with winter comes an incredible Yellowfin tuna bite in Southeast Louisiana. We are back fishing the Midnight Lump again and all I can say is it is incredible once again. Most of the yellowfin tuna be more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2002-11-12
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Good Weather-Great Fisihng!*Bad Weather-No Fishing! For those of you who keep up with our reports I am sorry we have not posted in a while. The weather down here in South Louisiana has not been very favorable for offshore fishing since the Hurrica more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2002-10-15
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Good Weather Finally! This past weekend had plenty of ups and downs. The bite was there, but it was a little on the slow side. Most of it happened during two hours out of a 10-hour day. The weather was almost perfect, calm seas, hardly any wind, more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2002-09-18
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - TUNA and COBIA SLAM! The offshore fishing has gone from good, back to downright awesome. Yesterday, a friend and myself went out chasing cobia and had no problem finding them. We fished for about 2 hours landing two and losing two. All of them w more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2002-09-12
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Louisiana Ling! Finally, the weather is starting to cooperate again. We went offshore yesterday with Matt Garrett, his wife, and business partner. We went after Snapper and Cobia. There was about a 4ft. ground swell all day with just a little w more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2002-08-01
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Catching Fish? Let me start by saying this summer has been one of the best for fishing I have seen ever for tuna. The Yellowfin Tuna which are normally very hard to catch this time of year are coming in by the boat loads. An average day of Tuna more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2002-06-28
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Hot Summer Louisiana Tuna Action! The yellowfin tuna have been putting a hurting on all of our customers. It is truly amazing to watch a 130lb. tuna make a full grown man shake from muscle failure. The tuna have been biting and we are catching t more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2002-05-31
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Chickens for Tuna The offshore fishing out of Venice, La. has been as good as it gets. We have been catching plenty of Red Snapper, Mangrove Snapper, Cobia, Amberjack, Grouper, Tuna, and Dolphin. The weather has finally started to cooperate so w more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2002-04-21
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Amberjack Alley! The offshore fishing out of Venice, La. has been very good the past couple of weeks. We have been catching a lot of mixed bags which include Amberjack, Tuna, Wahoo, Dolphin, Rainbow Runners, and Cobia. The weather has also been more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2002-03-15
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - More Tuna Madness on the Lump! The Last two weeks have been very slow for tuna fishing but that all changed yesterday. John Witacker and friends from Illinois managed to boat 19 blackfin tuna, 1 rainbow runner, and 1 beeliner snapper. The lump f more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice

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