Pensacola, Navarre Fishing Guide Service - Full Net Charters
Capt. Eddie Woodall
May 14, 2013
Navarre - Saltwater Fishing Report
Let's get to the meat of it, RED SNAPPER… June 1st till July 15th is this year's season in State Waters (out to nine nautical miles). I've been out there catching Amberjacks over the last couple of weeks and let me tell you, there are a lot of Red Snapper on the reefs that I've been fishing - BIG ONES! This is definitely at the top of the list!
The beach fishing is next; King Mackerel are abundant around the schools of bait just out off the beach. Schools of False Albacore and Spanish mackerel are here for the light tackle and fly fisherman to have fun with. I'm starting to see pods of Tarpon on a regular basic also.
The inshore fishing is in the summer pattern. The big Specks have finished their first spawn of the season and are getting harder to catch. Go early in the morning using top water lures like the walk the dog plugs. I'll catch slot Red Fish in a lot of different places; during mid-day I'm sight casting to them on the shallow sand flats and docks that have a roof on them that cast a shadow.
The past three months have been real good. I got to see a lot of my guest that I've grown to be good friends with over the years and I've gotten to meet a lot of new friends. Here's a big thank you to all of you and I'm looking forward to seeing each and every one of you again next year!
"My father didn't tell me how to live; he lived and let me watch him do it."
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