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Fishing Reports by Capt. Dave Pinkham


2003-09-23
12:00 AM

Venice Inlet and the Gulf of Mexico - Fall Season Ushers in Excellent Fishing Action Looking ahead a couple of weeks on my monthly calendar, Iím actually starting to get a little excited with anticipation. With only a few days left in September, the thought of October looming just aro more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2003-09-09
12:00 AM

Venice Inlet and the Gulf of Mexico - Plenty of Offshore Fishing Choices in September One of the major reasons I love living along the west coast of Florida is the large variety of fishing opportunities we have available on the Gulf of Mexico. There is rarely a waking hour that more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2003-08-10
12:00 AM

Venice Inlet and the Gulf of Mexico - August offshore gulf fishing forecast Itís that sizzling time of year again. The month of August ushers in with it long hot days and warm sultry nights. Sounds sort of like an advertisement for some deserted island in the south pacific doesní more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2003-07-28
12:00 AM

Venice Inlet and the Gulf of Mexico - August offshore gulf fishing forecast Itís that sizzling time of year again. The month of August ushers in with it long hot days and warm sultry nights. Sounds sort of like an advertisement for some deserted island in the south pacific doesní more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2003-06-22
12:00 AM

Venice Inlet and the Gulf of Mexico - Summertime is grouper time offshore on the gulf More than likely by the time you read this report West Florida residents will have finally gotten a reprieve from all the precipitation that was steadily pumping ashore off the gulf most of la more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2003-06-16
12:00 AM

Venice Inlet and the Gulf of Mexico - Diving birds action can indicate fish below Fishing out on the gulf west of Venice over this past week was lots of fun. With the wind and sea conditions constantly changing, every day has been somewhat of an adventure. What I mean by this is more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2003-06-01
12:00 AM

Venice Inlet and the Gulf of Mexico - June is a great month for fishing the gulf June is a great month to get offshore on the Gulf and do some fishing. As a matter of fact I would have to say June is probably one of the best months of the year. The fishing and catching is great, and t more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2003-05-02
12:00 AM

Venice Inlet and the Gulf of Mexico - May is tops for fishing action on the Gulf If asked to choose one single descriptive utterance to characterize just how good the recreational fishing is out on the Gulf of Mexico during May, without hesitation the word that immediately come more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2003-04-15
12:00 AM

Venice Inlet and the Gulf of Mexico - Deep Gulf Wrecks Produce Big Fish Over this past weekend we fished over one of the deeper wrecks that lie offshore about 30 miles west of Venice. One general rule to fishing on the Gulf is any bottom structure attracts fish. These old ship remnant more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2003-02-27
12:00 AM

Venice Inlet and the Gulf of Mexico - Gulf Fishing Action in March Should Bust Loose! As the month of February 2003 draws to a close, it definitely appears that the fishing action out on the Gulf of Mexico is really starting to heat up. On just about every offshore fishing trip we ran more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice

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