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snook are turning in northeast Florida

Capt. Rob Ottlein
April 8, 2008
Flagler Beach - Saltwater Fishing Report

Snook fishing is in full swing in the Flagler Beach/Palm Coast area. On a recent charter three snook were caught that measured 21", 25" and 26". All three were caught live lining shrimp. They also caught trout, bluefish and flounder. I have also been receiving reports of people being broken off by fish in the 40" range, that's a big snook for this area.

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Sunday we had a break in the wind so I headed out at day break to do some fly fishing. I started by throwing a Rainy's bubblehead topwater fly.It wasn't long before I had a couple of strikes on it but no takers. I then found a hungry snook and the monster measured a whopping 9". About 10 minutes later I landed a 24 1/2" snook. After no more hits on a topwater I switched to an EP mullet pattern fly and I landed, I'm almost embarressed to say, a 6" snook. I wound up with a 2 lb jack and a 16" trout before I left for home. By the way I also had small tarpon in the 10 lb range rolling close to the boat but I could not get them to eat.
I was out today for a while and the fishing was on the slow side due to a front that passed through. It's April and I had on long pants and a long sleeve shirt. I started thinking, is this Florida? I expect the fishing to get back to normal in another day or so.

Target Species:

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Flagler Beach (located between Daytona and St. Augustine) provides fishing for snook, trout, redfish, flounder and tarpon during the warmer months.Fly fish for snook and trout in the early morning. All fish can be caught all day on live bait, plugs or jigs.Target the backwaters in winter for schooling reds.

Contact Info:

Osprey Fishing Charters
46 Bulow Woods Circle
Flagler Beach, FL 32136
Phone: 386-439-2636
Alt. Phone: 386-451-1213
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