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Fishing Reports by Capt. Damon McKnight


2004-03-14
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Tackle Busting Tuna! The yelllowfin tuna have shown up down here in full force off the coast of La. Every year these big yellowfin tuna make their way across the Gulf of Mexico into our offshore waters and give us very fortunate anglers a better more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2004-02-22
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - It's That Time Again! The offshore fishing down here in Venice has finally reached full potential. Our tune bite started a little late but it is definately on. This week has been incredible with the amount of yellowfin and blackfin tuna that has more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2004-01-31
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Tuna Time Again! The Tuna and the Wahoo are showing up down here in Venice full force. We are catching a lot of yellowfin tuna and blackfin tuna as well as wahoo around the rigs. Some of the wahoo have gone as big as 80lbs. It is good to see th more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2003-12-31
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Winter Time Tuna! Of course it is Winter, we have only fished 1 time in the past month. The weather is brutal this time of year but not as bas as it has been. The weather has been unusually windy keeping us at the dock. It should be settling dow more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2003-11-27
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Tuna and Wahoo in the Winter. It is that time of year again. Plenty of cold fronts, strong north winds, low temps. one day/high temps. the next, a lot of lost faith in the weather forecasters and some days socked in fog. But the yellow fin tuna more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2003-10-30
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - The Mullet Run is On and The Tunas are Here! Yesterday we left the dock and headed out to the Tuna grounds. It was a slick calm day and absolutely perfect. The tuna grounds yesterday were only 9 miles from the pass. As we were heading out we cam more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2003-10-26
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - The Mullet Run! Yesterday we had Kelly Santine and group from Biloxi and Minnesota. The weather prediction for yesterday was wrong, but was expected. Bob Breck is the only one who came close with a 2-4' predict the night before. We started out more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2003-10-19
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Snappers and Elusive Tunas Last Thursday we had the bird man and friend from Houston. Tuna was the main target but it has still been very inconsistent. One week it is good and the next it's slow. We left before daylight to try and get on the tun more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2003-10-09
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Line Shy Snapper and Easy to Catch Cobia We made our trip yesterday with Jason Cannon of SportFishing Mag. for mangrove snapper and Cobia. We were able to chum up some snapper but they were very finicky. We caught two and lost several others to more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2003-10-06
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - None This past Saturyday we had Mike Smith and family down from Mississippi. Cobia was the target species with snapper being second. We started out snapper fishing and found them easily. We left with 15 in the boat to search for some cobia. Fir more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice

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