Capt. Brady Nelson
October 29, 2012
Anna Maria - Saltwater Fishing Report
The redfish bite has been strong despite
the cooler temps and stronger north winds.
Big Spanish Mackeral have been hitting hard and have been in the 3 to 4 pound class, a real good fight on light tackle.
Along the way we have also been landing some nice flounder and snook. Trout just keep on coming in the boat evey day and it has just been a great fishing year all together.
I've been on the water for about 176 outings now this year and most of them have been real good fishing to say the least.
Just want to thank all of you that have fished with me so far this year and for thous of you that haven't I welcome you to come on out and experiance some awesome fishing and an overall pleasant day on the water with myself Capt. Brady
Anna Maria Fishing Forecast:
As the next strong cold fronts approach us look for the inshore species to start moving up some of the local rivers and canals to keep warmer, look for the black mullet to start grouping up and spawning. Offshore be looking for Keywest grunts to start filling coolers along with Hogfish and other bottom dwellers.
So check out my website or just give me a call and we wil get after them.
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