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Flagler Beach Fishing Reports

11:43 AM

cold weather - cold water - The fishing has been on and off as of the past month. I'm sitting here today writing this report and the air temperature is dropping. It's March 1st and there is another cold front comming through tonight that will drop the overnight temps into t more...
Capt. Rob Ottlein - Flagler Beach

11:10 AM

Low Tides - For the past month we've been plagued with extremely low water. This is caused by a combination of the moon and wind. When the wind blows here for any lengthof time out of the west it pushes the water off the flats and the ICW. For this reason I more...
Capt. Rob Ottlein - Flagler Beach

9:33 AM

black friday redfish - I know there is suppose to be global warming but this was the coldest November I can remember in the 19 years I have lived here in Florida. The colder temperatures have dropped the water temperature enough to get the reds to start schooling on th more...
Capt. Rob Ottlein - Flagler Beach

10:30 AM

Northeast winds - Northeast winds and a full moon have created high high tides. These high tides can make fishing difficult. Fish and bait just have too many places to go that are normally inaccessible to them. These winds have been blowing for about a month now w more...
Capt. Rob Ottlein - Flagler Beach

7:56 AM

mullet run to start - I'm waiting for the mullet run to start which should be sometime soon. Also waitng for the water temperature to drop a couple of degrees.Once these two things coincide with one another the fish will turn from so-so to great. Right now the s more...
Capt. Rob Ottlein - Flagler Beach

3:23 PM

snook bite during Fay - The word around town is about the snook bite that was going on during tropical storm Fay. A few people who were brave enough to fish Fay were rewarded with a lot of snook and some big one's at that. I've heard that snook up to 20 lbs were landed more...
Capt. Rob Ottlein - Flagler Beach

7:20 AM

Snook Bite Continues - Daytime trout fishing has been on the slow side but the night fishing has been good. At night look for docks that have lights that are close to the water. These lights will attract the most bait and in turn draw fish that will feed on them. Use a more...
Capt. Rob Ottlein - Flagler Beach

11:17 AM

Cold Ocean Water Temperatures - The waters ocean water temperatures in the Volusia/Flagler area plummeted form 85 degrees to 70 degrees in the past few weeks. This is caused by a phenomenon known as an upwelling. The upwelling is caused by steady and lengthly west winds. It dra more...
Capt. Rob Ottlein - Flagler Beach

8:39 AM

flounder at Matanzas Inlet - Flounder up to 8 lbs are being caught in the Matanzas Inlet area on the change of tides. Live mud minnows and live finger mullet are the best baits to use. Rig the minnows on a 1/0 khale hook and use a 3/0 khale hook for the mullet. A minnow on a more...
Capt. Rob Ottlein - Flagler Beach

6:51 AM

fishing is picking up - Small passing cold fronts along with strong west/south west winds for the past month made for some difficult fishing conditions here in the Flagler/Palm Coast area. Now that the fronts have stopped and the winds are starting to subside the fishing more...
Capt. Rob Ottlein - Flagler Beach

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