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Fishing Reports by Capt. Damon McKnight


2008-05-13
1:56 PM

Fishing Venice, La. - The fishing has been good. Variety is starting to get back into the game as the dolphin and cobia are starting to show up. No big numbers yet but it is coming. The weather has been the biggest factor, as it has been a lot so far this year. The win more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2008-04-26
11:06 AM

Venice Louisiana Fishing - The weather has been great this past week and so has the fishing. We started out Wed. night going on an overnight trip for swordfish and tuna. We did not get a swordfish but we were able to catch about 12 black fin tuna right at dusk and first thin more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2008-03-10
1:19 PM

Venice Louisiana Fishing - It has been a while since our last fishing post. We have been getting out but the weather has been less than favorable to say the least. We were getting some nice days in about a week ago. Although the forecasts have been looking good, I can assu more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2008-02-12
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Venice Louisiana The offshore fishing has been up and down. It was a very crazy weekend down in Venice. Lots and Lots of boats with the calm weather on Friday and Saturday. For the most part not many did very well including myself. The Black fin T more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2008-01-16
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Fishing Venice, La It has been a while since our last fishing post but we have been busy. We are winding up our duck hunting season and getting back into the offshore fishing. Seems like it worked out right in time. We have been fishing about o more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2007-11-12
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Venice, la. The wind finally settled down last week which allowed Capt. Bob K. to get offshore for three days in a row. This is something that has not happened in a while because of all the wind we have been having. First of all, everything is r more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2007-11-05
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Venice, La. Fishing The weather calmed down enough for the most part to let Capt. Bobby and myself get out on Saturday. It was still blowing out of the North about 12 knots and in bluewater it was fairly rough. We fished all the areas that would n more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2007-10-29
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Venice Offshore Fishing The wind finally let up enough to let us get out fishing on Friday. I had the Charles Darner group who were in town for three days, unfortunately they only got out on one of the days but they got what they were after. Wh more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2007-10-22
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Fishing Venice, La. This is definitely the windiest and wettest October I can remember. We are coming to the end of the month now and all I can say is that we have had a lot of free time, things that usually are done at least once a month on the b more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2007-10-16
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Venice La. The weather finally gave us a little break the past three days. Capt. Bob Kenney was able to get offshore on Saturday easily catching a limit of snapper and 9 Scamp grouper. The largest going about 25lbs. On Sunday I had the Brown Gr more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice

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