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Pensacola Fishing Reports


2016-08-28
8:11 AM

August over Fall Right Around The Corner. Pensacola Fishing - August is winding down and it's been another hot month with a little more rain than I like. Spanish Mackerel have been thick in the Pensacola Bay. These are a lot of fun on light tackle. I've also been fishing the flats before I go after the Spanish more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola


2016-07-23
12:36 PM

Extreme Temps along the coast makes anglers change strategy - Extreme Temps along the coast makes anglers change strategy Extreme temps over the past couple of weeks have put the fish in a sluggish mood only feeding very early, late in the afternoon, and at night. With a short window of fishing opportunity, more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola


2016-06-30
10:14 AM

Pensacola Fishing Reprts - Summer Time Flats Fishing - The inshore flounder bite has been pretty good the past few weeks; I've been boating anywhere from 1 to 5 fish a trip. Flounder fishing is technical, so it takes a little time getting to learn the bite, but once the angler gets it they usually land a more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola


2016-05-02
12:23 PM

Trout & Redfish are on the menu - Pensacola Fishing Reports - The last two weeks of April were tough, but typical with all the rain and wind. When we were able to get out on the water, the trout bite wasn't half bad. Most of the fish were around 14 17 inches with a few over 20. We did get lucky and land three more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola


2016-04-14
10:16 AM

Pensacola Fishing Report - Spring Break has Ended - So Spring Break has officially come to an END! I'm sad and happy at the same time. Sad, because I enjoy my job showing new and old clients our fishery, and happy because I busted my butt this season and needed a few days off to recharge my batteries more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola


2016-03-28
10:51 PM

Pensacola Charter Fishing - Sheepshead is on the menu - I'm happy to say that at last the sheepshead bite has fired off. My past few trips have been pretty good. We had a couple days off the water due to rain and storms, but we were back at it Monday, and I had two great trips to start off the week. On more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola


2016-03-11
10:05 AM

Pensacola Fishing Reports - Spring Fishing Has Arrived - March has arrived and I couldn't be more excited. I've had a few trips already; some good, some okay. Early March can be a strange month to predict; the fish are in transition moving down into their spring patterns and their spots, especially sheepsh more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola


2016-02-16
2:29 PM

Spring Break Not Far Off - Pensacola Fishing Reports - It's only four more weeks away and Spring Break will be here and that's when the annual sheepshead bite will be in full swing. Last year we broke the 9 lb record with a 9.2 lb sheepshead. On light tackle spinning rods, it is a blast to catch these f more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola


2016-01-28
11:25 PM

2016 Pensacola Fishing Report Forecast - 2016 is already shaping up to be a good year for fishing. Let me break down what the year has in store for us. February can be a very good month for specks, but you have to find windows in between the cold fronts and windy conditions, plus w more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola


2016-01-06
11:27 PM

Rainy Start To The New Year - Pensacola Fishing Charter Report - Rain Rain, Go Away, Come Again Another Day! Well, as you might figure from the title we've had some serious rain over the past two weeks, as has the rest of the country. The Mississippi is at its highest flood stage in the past 20 years. Our river more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola

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