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Destin Fishing Reports

9:22 AM

Destin Inshore Fishing - Destin Inshore Fishing (3-19-18) Spring Break in Destin is starting off right. We are staying in the bay catching a lot of big redfish, sheepshead, speckled trout, and black drum right now. more...
Capt. Blake Nelson - Destin

5:52 PM

Marching into Spring - Been a long time since I stopped and wrote a fishing report. We have not had a lot of calm days to get out this spring. The temps warmed up quick after the record cold of January and we had a few real pretty days around Valentines. Last week had 5 ni more...
Capt. Larry Pentel - Destin

9:08 PM

The Big Chill - The computer is telling me I haven't written in a while but there is good reason, it has been cold folks ! The past several weeks have had 3 cold fronts make it all the down to the beach. When I get asked about winter weather here I usually reply tha more...
Capt. Larry Pentel - Destin

10:41 AM

Flounders For Fishmas - That time of the year when two of my favorite seasons collide, Christmas and Flounder ! I have always been a big fan of Christmas time, decorations, family, gatherings & presents always gets me happy and engaged. The fact that this is when the Flound more...
Capt. Larry Pentel - Destin

5:51 PM

Thankful for Thanksgiving Fishing - The Thanksgiving holiday is about over and we have had a great run of weather here at the beach. Most years I am booked every day the week of Thanksgiving but the weather only lets us fish a couple/three days. This year I have been able to take my fo more...
Capt. Larry Pentel - Destin

5:07 PM

The Temps are Fallin' and the Fishin's Fine - We have had a great stretch of wonderful weather here at the beach. Until today it's been warm, sunny, calm and crystal clear water. We had a little front come through this AM and while the temps may drop a little the Gulf looks to stay quite fishabl more...
Capt. Larry Pentel - Destin

9:15 AM

Vermilion snapper and trigger fish - November 4th and 5th was the last weekend we can harvest Triggerfish in the Gulf of Mexico in 2017 although the vermillion's bit better we ended up catching seven quality Triggerfish on 2 hook rigs using Bonita cut up for bait. more...
Capt. Brian Keith - Destin

3:56 PM

Fishing When We Can - I know it's been 3 weeks or so since I wrote but we have only been able to fish about 10 days of that time. Between Hurricanes that hit elsewhere but kicked the Gulf up and just regular old cold fronts and breezy days I have sure had to cancel a lot more...
Capt. Larry Pentel - Destin

5:44 AM

King mackerel are chewing - King mackerel continue to bite good over hard bottom using live cigar Minnows they have been deep the last two days so a downrigger Works real good to start with but once you get them to come up to the surface they chew pretty good more...
Capt. Brian Keith - Destin

8:05 PM

Smells Fishy - The past 2 weeks have had some wonderful weather here at the beach. Warm, sunny and calm with no crowds, it's times like this that makes you remember why you live here ! Alas, all good things come to end and it started blowing pretty dang hard out of more...
Capt. Larry Pentel - Destin

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