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Pensacola Fishing Reports


2014-07-19
1:36 PM

July has been the month for Redfish- Pensacola Fishing Charters - What a year it's been so far; new boat, crazy temperatures, flooding, and lots of bent rods. I've been fishing non-stop it seems like since spring break. I received my new 240 LTS Triton in February and I'm so happy with it. It is everything I've wa more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola


2014-06-30
12:20 PM

Trout Mania with some Redfish in the mix- Pensacola Fishing - June is in the books and what a great month it was for inshore fishing. Where do I begin? Since I like trout fishing so much, let's talk about all the big trout caught this month. The entire month was great for big fish. The biggest trout landed this more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola


2014-06-07
9:15 PM

Fat Daddy Trout on the Menu - Pensacola Fishing Charters - Fat Daddy Trout on the Menu The new Triton has brought some good mojo to my fishing venues as I've been putting some really big trout in the boat this year. May has come to an end and again this year's season is flying by faster than ever. It more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola


2014-05-24
6:13 PM

Muddy Water Adventures - Monster Trout and Lots of Reds - May is winding down and boy has it been a strange month to fish our waters. On April 29th we had 26.81 of rain in 24-hours. The week before that, we had 10. We had a few more rain days in May and those totals were around 5- 7. So from April 29th more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola


2014-05-07
10:14 PM

Lots of Rain along with Lots of Redfish - Pensacola Fishing - May has arrived and although we are usually greeted to great fishing on the flats in the upper bay areas, we were instead treated to a rain event like no other on April 29th. We had 26.81 of rain in a 24hr period, and it is being called the 500-yea more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola


2014-05-06
4:19 PM

Everyday at Redfish University - Pensacola Fishing Charters at Redfish University. On track for another record year at Redfish University and it's everyday Monday through Friday. Redfish, speckled trout and pompano. Come see why Redfish University is the best guide service on the G more...
Capt. Eric Holstman - Pensacola


2014-05-04
11:10 AM

May Fishing Report - Pensacola, FL - Well, May is upon us. Lord have mercy how this year has flown by. Its vacation time, graduation, our just plain out of school for the summer for most of us. Finally...right? I know the feeling well. Since we are on the subject of vacations, how about more...
Capt. Chris Williams - Pensacola


2014-04-25
10:47 PM

Redfish, Jacks, Toothy Sheepshead- Light Tackle Fun! - April brought some fun fishing with lots of big sheepshead and some big redfish in the pass. We had a little more rain than I would have liked this month, most of which happened last week and dirtied up the water pretty badly. It's going to take a we more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola


2014-04-09
12:16 AM

April brings more sheepsehead and redfish- Pensacola Fishing - March flew by, but when you're up before the sun and washing the boat as it goes down, the days go fast. The Sheepshead bite started out slow this March due to the very cold temps the past few months. This made the spawn start later than usual. But o more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola


2014-03-24
11:52 PM

Spring has arrvied and it's been fun - Pensacola Fishing Charter - It's that time of year again when everyone is fishing for the striped, spiny, bucked tooth sheepies. The sheepshead bite has been hit and miss the past two weeks, where some days we crushed them and others it was a little tough, but that's fishing fo more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola

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