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Pensacola Fishing Reports 03-06-19

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

The Pensacola Fishing Charters have been really good this week! We are seeing a lot of redfish, black drum again and also some nice size sheepshead are starting to make their way to the lower Pensacola Bay. Live shrimp has been the bait of choice. The type of rig has been a Carolina Rig fished around structure. These fish are a really good fighting fish and even better on the table! The deep sea fishing charters have been very good as well. If the weather has allowed us to get out there we are catching some very nice vermilion snappers as well as some nice triggerfish. We are also seeing some really nice amberjacks which season will open in May but they are still a BLAST on light tackle. For a future forecast the inshore fishing charters should continue to see more sheepshead in better numbers in the coming weeks. The Spanish mackerel should also start making their way here and those fish are an absolute blast on light tackle! Our books are filling up fast so make sure to give us a shout for your Spring Break Fishing Charter In Pensacola!

Thanks for reading and tight lines!
Captain Zack Strickland
Strickly Fishing Charters

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