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Fishing Forecast for Pensacola Florida 02-06-19

Capt. Zack Strickland
February 6, 2019
Pensacola - Saltwater Fishing Report

With Spring quickly approaching lets talk about what Pensacola Florida fishing charters have to offer for the future. For February and March we can expect sheepshead, black drum, redfish, and trout for our inshore charters. Most of these fish will be caught on live shrimp or other type of crab/shrimp. The majority of the time we fish for these species we are looking for deep water structure and a swift current to drift fish these areas. All of these fish are great fighters and absolutely great table fare! On our deep sea fishing charters we can expect a lot of vermilion snappers, also triggerfish will open March 1st! Both of these fish are great eating! We can also catch some amberjacks and other larger snappers for catch and release due to their season not being open. These fish are a lot of fun and will give you the fight of a lifetime! With warmer temperatures and Spring Break on the way now is the time to book your fishing charters for the Month of March! Please visit our Charter Packages/Rates and our Contact Page for any questions you might have or feel free to give us a call or a text at 850-503-0880!

Thanks and look forward to hearing from y'all!
Captain Zack Strickland
Strickly Fishing Charters

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Whether you are looking for a fish of a lifetime or just want to fill the freezer the offshore 5 hour trip is perfect for anyone. Price includes everything needed for a day on the water. Please bring drinks and snacks everything else will be covered. Price is for 4 people. Additional $50 per person over 4 with a max of 6 people total.

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Strickly Fishing Charters
1167 Sanibel Lane
Gulf Breeze, FL 32563
Phone: 850-503-0880
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