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Clearwater Fishing Reports


2014-10-16
10:03 AM

Mackerel have arrived - Prior to our latest cold front we have had great catches of Spanish mackerel. We have used clark spoons 00 jig with great success over bait pods. Using chum to keep them near. Pitch it out and jig it back to the boat. Remember your limit. You can eat more...
Capt. John O'Hanlon - Clearwater


2014-09-25
8:09 AM

Red Fish Biting - The Redfish have been active. We have been catching Reds on the flats in St. Joseph Sound. We have had great luck free lining small pinfish with a small weight near the bars on a high tide. Some fish have been oversized.Stealth is the key, come up do more...
Capt. John O'Hanlon - Clearwater


2014-06-19
2:44 PM

Chamber of Commerce Days - We have had a few days of Chamber of Commerce perfect weather. Some breeze in the morning with bright and sunny skies. We have seen Tarpon rolling on both the inside and outside of Honeymoon Island. We threw to them but they did not like our offering more...
Capt. John O'Hanlon - Clearwater


2014-05-02
8:44 AM

Rough Week - We fished Monday and Tuesday this week but the winds and sea picked up to a point where we found it unfishable from Wednesday on. The weather outlook thru Saturday looks rather grim, but early next week looks a lot better. The fish should be hungry a more...
Capt. John O'Hanlon - Clearwater


2014-03-27
8:53 PM

sping is stated of with a bang - KINGFISH: Kings have arrived at numerous locations and are eager to eat. Spring is here. Reports have been coming in from close to shore all the way out to 10 miles more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater


2014-03-27
8:41 AM

Trout and Mackerel Bite! - Last week we where booked every day. The bite was rather unusual with some days the Trout bite was Fair to Good, followed by the Mackerel bite being Good to Fair. The winds and rain had something to do with how the fish reacted. We fished with Shrimp more...
Capt. John O'Hanlon - Clearwater


2014-02-27
9:06 AM

Mackerel on the Beach - Spanish Mackerel have started showing up on the flats the last couple of weeks. As the water temps start to rise we will see more bait on the near shore waters and on the flats. When the quantities of bait arrive we will see our spring run of Kingfis more...
Capt. John O'Hanlon - Clearwater


2014-01-31
6:44 PM

hope for warmer feb - january has been very cold this year hopefuly february will be a little warmer.water temps have stayed in the mid 50s.if this continuses fish will be moveing around alot. Redfish and Trout,have been on the shallow flats. with water temps more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater


2014-01-24
4:22 PM

Winter Time Snook - Our Mercury Marine Pro Team member Capt. John O'Hanlon says the Snook have moved up into the residential canals and creeks. We have been catching nice Snook close to the fresh water spring where the water temperatures are near 72 degrees. There have more...
Capt. John O'Hanlon - Clearwater


2013-12-06
4:00 PM

fishing is awsome - The flats have been on fire with big trout and lots of Florida redfish of all sizes. With the water temps staying consistant, fish have moved to the shallower flats with broken bottoms and potholes. What has kept these predators on the flats is lots more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater

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