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Fishing Reports by Capt. Dave Pinkham


2010-12-15
6:33 AM

Winter Bottom Fishing On the Gulf - Winter brings chilly nights and shortened daylight hours also the gulf's water temperature has dropped into the 60's. This is a good time of year to concentrate your offshore efforts on grouper and snapper fishing. The key to producing these bot more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2010-10-04
1:35 PM

October Ushers in Fall Fishing Season - What a welcome relief the first cold front of autumn was. The cooler temperatures and dryer air really helped to make getting out and fishing a feel good experience. The mornings have been cool and I'm wondering if the goose bumps I've been get more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2010-09-17
10:55 AM

Fishing off Venice continues to be very good - I was down at Venice Inlet this morning. The water color was beautiful. There was plenty of schooling pilchards all up and down the beach and all around the rocks at the Jetty. I didn't bring my rod but I stood there and watched several anglers h more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2010-08-11
5:59 AM

August Fishing is Red Hot! - August offers anglers fishing out on the Gulf of Mexico plenty of different species of fish to go after. Following is a list of some of the most sought after fish that will be caught this month. Spanish mackerel always seem to be scattered aro more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2010-06-28
6:27 AM

Good Time For A Fishing Trip - Right now the runaway well continues to pump oil into the Gulf of Mexico. I hope and pray they can stop it. As I write this the sun is just coming up and I can't wait to tear out the door and head to the water; The Gulf just off the Venice Jetties more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2010-05-09
10:23 AM

Gulf Fishing Action is Red Hot Off Venice! - Sunny days continue to warm the gulf waters. This is the norm for this time of year and with the rising air and water temperatures many different species of fish should be actively in search of food throughout the day. With their increased activity g more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2010-04-06
8:12 AM

April is a great time for gulf fishing - March was windy and wet so I'm betting that April will be sunny and sunny. Did I say sunny twice? If you get my drift, I'm looking forward to lots of sunny weather. I've got a good feeling that April will bring plenty of sun as well as some awesome f more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2010-04-01
10:34 PM

April is a great time for gulf fishing - March was windy and wet so I'm betting that April will be sunny and sunny. Did I say sunny twice? If you get my drift, I'm looking forward to lots of sunny weather. I've got a good feeling that April will bring plenty of sun as well as some awesome f more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2010-02-28
3:21 PM

March Offshore Fishing Forecast - As a charter captain and the owner of an offshore fishing business I always look forward to spring and the hope of warm sunny weather on the horizon. I don't care much for cold crappy weather and by this time of the year I've had just about enough of more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2010-01-29
2:16 PM

February Gulf of Mexico Fishing Forecast - I consider the month of February to be the heart of winter down here along Florida's south west coast. The gulf's water temperature is dipping down below 60 degrees and most of the offshore fishing action will be concentrated on the bottom. There ar more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice

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