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Fishing Reports by Capt. Dave Pinkham


2009-04-19
7:30 AM

Kingfish are Here! - Finally, at long last the spring king mackerel run has arrived to South West Florida. Over this past week, we managed some decent catches of both king and Spanish mackerels. This is great news for area anglers, as mackerels offer some of the fastest more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2009-03-27
3:04 PM

Offshore action is heating up for a boilover - After such a windy March, I'm very hopeful and expectant that April will offer gulf anglers some slam-dunk fishing action. In my opinion this is the best time of year along Florida's west coast and the fishing should be nothing short of awesome over more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2009-03-11
8:56 AM

March offers good fishing action! - March is a great time for catching plenty of fish out on the gulf. As the water temperatures start warming up, bottom fishing for grouper and snapper may temporally take a back seat to surface and mid-water fishing. In fact, the latter part o more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2009-02-18
6:36 AM

Passing Cold Front Gets Amberjack Hitting - This is a great time of year for fishing on the Gulf. All of our shorter trips are producing lots of fish. Right now most of the action is concentrated on the bottom. Some of the species we're catching aboard the Legacy are mangrove snapper, lane more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2009-01-31
9:52 AM

February Fishing Action is Heating Up - The month of February is about as close a semblance of winter as we get down here along Florida's south west coast. The gulf's water temperature is cold and most of the offshore fishing action will concentrate on the bottom, although there are some more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2009-01-07
5:51 AM

January Gulf of Mexico Fishing Action - Gag grouper action is really picking up inside of 15 miles and this trend should continue through the winter months. To catch gag grouper, I suggest with the aid of your fish finder you locate some hard bottom such as a ledge, an area of coral, shipw more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2008-12-12
10:16 AM

Catching fish offshore between the fronts - Spanish mackerel have been a dependable catch. Some of the biggest Spanish are within a mile of the coastline. Live baits such as pilchards are hard to beat to get the Spanish mackerel hitting. Gag grouper fishing is picking up. The cooler water t more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2008-11-09
2:05 PM

King mackerel bite is here! - Yesterday I ran to back to back 4-hour offshore trips. On the morning trip we left the dock at 7am. We started trolling as soon as we cleared the Jetty which is about 3 minutes from leaving the dock. The first spoon that hit the water was immedia more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2008-10-16
3:39 PM

Gulf action is red hot! - We ran a trip yesterday and caught lots of fish. It was really hard to get out too far because there's fish busting the top all over the place. We started trolling just outside of the inlet and hooked up almost instantly with a 20-pound kingfis more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2008-09-24
5:34 AM

October Fishing Action is Hot! - With October just around the corner, I can't help but to get a little excited. As the daylight hours began to get a little shorter each day, air and water temperatures will begin to start cooling down. As this happens, it's as if an internal trigger more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice

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