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Florida Fishing Reports

Florida Fishing Reports by Location:

Amelia Island (9)

Anna Maria (180)

Apalachicola (6)

Banana River (1)

Big Pine Key (8)

Biscayne Bay (126)

Boca Grande (398)

Bonita Beach (214)

Boynton Beach (2)

Butler Chain (1)

Carrabelle (203)

Charlotte Harbor (26)

Chokoloskee (64)

Clearwater (112)

Cocoa Beach (78)

Crystal River (115)

Daytona Beach (41)

Destin (602)

Englewood (5)

Estero Bay (203)

Everglades City (113)

Fernandina Beach (1)

Flagler Beach (14)

Flamingo (1036)

Fort Lauderdale (2148)

Fort Myers (1245)

Fort Pierce (451)

Government Cut (4)

Grayton Beach (8)

Haulover Inlet (74)

Hernando Beach (423)

Homosassa (372)

Indian River Lagoon (711)

Islamorada (527)

Jacksonville (761)

Jupiter (229)

Key Biscayne (504)

Key Largo (123)

Key West (468)

Kissimmee Chain (36)

Lake Jackson (3)

Lake Okeechobee (11)

Lake Panasoffkee (5)

Lake Tohopekaliga (44)

Lake Walk-in-Water (1)

Little Torch Key (32)

Marathon (232)

Marco Island (284)

Matlacha (42)

Melbourne (30)

Miami (1847)

Mosquito Lagoon (686)

Naples (439)

Navarre (8)

New Port Richey (18)

New Smyrna Beach (69)

Orlando (298)

Osbourne Chain (4)

Oyster Bay (1)

Palm Beach (151)

Palm Coast (3)

Palm Harbor (6)

Panama City (914)

Pensacola (486)

Pine Island Sound (884)

Pompano Beach (2)

Ponce Inlet (4)

Port Canaveral (70)

Port St. Joe (14)

Port St. Lucie (524)

Sanibel (134)

Sarasota (861)

Sebastian (177)

Singer Island (2)

St. Augustine (21)

St. Petersburg (30)

Steinhatchee (1)

Stick Marsh-Farm 13 (412)

Stuart (416)

Sugarloaf Key (5)

Tampa Bay (1574)

Tarpon Springs (84)

Ten Thousand Islands (127)

Titusville (314)

Venice (160)


Florida Fishing Reports Grouped by Region:

1. Florida Keys and Florida Bay (2431)

2. Southeast Florida (Miami to Palm Beach) (4860)

3. East Florida (Jupiter to Canaveral) (3508)

4. Northeast Florida (New Smyrna Beach to Jacksonville) (1102)

5. Southwest Florida (Cape Sable to Boca Grande) (4173)

6. West Florida (Englewood to Cedar Key) (3940)

7. Panhandle and Big Bend (Suwannee to Pensacola) (2243)

8. Freshwater (815)

Florida Regional Map Florida Keys and Florida Bay Southeast Florida (Miami to Palm Beach) East Florida (Jupiter to Cape Canaveral) Northeast Florida (Cape Canaveral to Jacksonville) Southwest Florida (Cape Sable to Boca Grande) West Florida (Boca Grande to Cedar Key) Panhandle and Big Bend (Cedar Key to Pensacola) Freshwater (Gainesville, Orlando, Okeechobee, South FL)

Florida Fishing Reports

9:24 PM

Palm Beach Jupiter Fresh and Saltwater inshore report - Calm winds prevailed this past week, making fishing sessions perfect for sight casters. Calm seas have excited anglers as well, allowing many to explore, well offshore. Summer is near and we can only hope these conditions continue, but with a littl more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach

3:37 PM

Sea horse off shore report - More Mahi now in the area. Most of the charter boats are catching them regularly. Some billfish have been have been caugh lately. Be prepared for bites during the up coming weeks. Yellow tail snappers are still spawning and are biting like crazy i more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

8:28 AM

Sharks and Tarpon - The wind has keep us to a minimum in the pass this last week. Even though we have had great tides and a full moon the Tarpon bite has been minimal. Thursday we hooked a 125 pound Tarpon however we lost him after several exciting jumps. The Shark bite more...
Capt. John O'Hanlon - Clearwater

8:40 PM

Monster Hammerhead Sharks Biting - The shark fishing in Fort Lauderdale is incredible this month. Hundreds of thousands of trophy sized hammerhead sharks are swimming down the inside edge of the Gulfstream this month. They are between 7-10 feet long and anywhere from 200-600 pound more...
Capt. Rod Roydhouse - Fort Lauderdale

7:50 PM

Estero Bay Report - I know this must sound like a broken record, but the fishing remains very tough for anglers. The water is heating up, the tides have been slow, and no rain in sight has made for tough conditions. The rains should start their normal summer pattern a more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

3:30 PM

Fishing the snapper hole - I took a group out to the snapper hole on Saturday we left early to so we could beat the rain in the weather forecast. We broke the inlet at 7:00 AM and headed to the south east corner of the area in 90 feet of water. The sea temperature was 79 degre more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie

11:18 AM

Plenty of Tarpon - Offshore: Plenty of action, tarpon, cobia, snook, permit, snapper from 5-20 plus miles out. Crews gathered up pass crabs and small blue crabs from the permit and tarpon bash and even hooked up a few fat and sassy cobia around Knapp's Point. Other rep more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers

9:37 AM

Flamingo Fishing Report - We have had some great fishing over the last few weeks down in the Everglades. It has been a unpredictable but great tarpon season so far. There has been a lot of tarpon in places they shouldn't be this time of year. I guess it just keeps you on y more...
Capt. Jason Sullivan - Flamingo

8:46 AM

Jackzilla Port Canaveral Fishing Report - Jackzilla Port Canaveral Fishing Report Four days fishing out of Port Canaveral this week led to some outstanding catches, particularly if you consider a 30 pound plus crevalle jack an outstanding catch. The fishing out there was fairly sizzling. more...
Capt. John Kumiski - Cocoa Beach

7:55 AM

Reel Till U Feel Charters, Tampa Bay Fishing Report - Reel Till U Feel Charters, Tampa Bay Fishing Report May flats fishing is really heating up. Bait on the other hand is on the harder side, Good one day not the next. Somedays taking upwards of 2 hours of running and chumming to secure enough bait for more...
Capt. Mark Magni - Tampa Bay

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