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Tripletail fishing Boca Grande

Capt. Darel Carter
June 1, 2015
Boca Grande - Saltwater Fishing Report

Friday 5/29/15
Today's target would be tripletail. It started out with trailer light problems. Turns out that the trailer light was not waterproof, nor water resistance at all. The bulb was so rusted it could not be removed from the housing. This housing was replaced less then one month ago.
The next problem was getting gas at the pump without any plastic. Had to go back home (only a mile) to get my debit card and drivers license and start all over. That is the first time that happened. I told my client that when your day starts out like this you just want to go back home and stay there. I also told him that it usually means your going to have a great day of fishing. I called that one right. What a day we had.

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I decided to stop in at Fish n Franks and get some back up bait (shrimp) for the tripletail trip. At least that worked out for me.

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The first tripletail was in the boat at 0730 hours. We blind cast live shrimp on a 5/0 hook and 40lb leader. We used up the shrimp in no time to catch four tripletail. These fish were between 13" and 18" long. I immediately caught threadfins and greenbacks for the next presentation. The live bait worked just as good as the live shrimp. We ended at about 1030 hours with eleven tripletail and several Spanish mackerel. The largest tripletail was 20" long.

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Check out hookedoncharters.com for a flats fishing trip or I can build you a custom fishing rod. Capt. Darel Carter 941-456-0415

Boca Grande Fishing Forecast:

Forecast is good when you fish with Capt. Darel Carter at Hookedoncharters.com... Tarpon,Snook,Redfish,Trout.

Target Species:

Tripletail,Snook,Tarpon, Redfish, Trout, Snapper,Mackerel

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Capt. Darel Carter guides for Tarpon, Snook, Redfish, Trout, Shark, Mackerel, Goliath grouper, Cobia, Snapper etc. We will be fishing in Charlotte Harbor,Boca Grande,Pine Island and Englewood. "I never give up on fishing,I eat sleep and breath fishing". I even fish while I'm on vacation.I put you on fish whether your 6yrs old or 96yrs old. Check out my fishing reports in Cyber Angler under fishing reports-Florida-Boca Grande. I make custom rods and repair over 300 per year at FishinFranks.

Contact Info:

Hooked on Charters
224 Santa Fe St
Port Charlotte, FL
Phone: 941-456-0415
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