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Pine Island Sound Fishing Reports

3:08 PM

Snookin! - The cold North wind made the water cold To fish these wind one must be bold We fished areas most don't even know exist Due to the cold some fish we missed We landed near 30 snook with a dozen slots The 40 beauty made runs that were ho more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound

1:43 PM

Snooking - The cool breeze poured gently through my hair The water was milky but the Snook didn't care The explosions of the the previous day history But the huge swirl we saw left a mystery When she crashed the lure the drag sang a song Then rel more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound

3:46 PM

Snooking of course - The last few days were made to fish especially if big Snook were your wish Screaming reels and rods bent in two We were doing what we're supposed to do While casting always towards the shore Our largest measured a tidy 34 AllArtific more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound

5:14 PM

Snookin - last week some Red Tide issues were present Big Snook were still at some places I went Oversized reds and Gator trout showed up too But those leaping Snook with rattlin gills Are the fish where I never get my fill artificialluresonly.c more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound

2:03 PM

Snook and more snook - Just returned to the mangrove shoreline So glad to say the Snook are going fine Every day lands 9 to 20 Snook Many oversized fish with some 28 to cook The reels have been singing a screaming drag tune I'll be taking charters until June Art more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound

2:54 PM

SW Florida - May report: Tarpon: There HERE!. The wait is over, tarpon are here and more showing up every day. We do best with live baits, but the fly and cut baits will work as well.. These critters will range from 40 lbs. to 200 lbs. with the average being a more...
Capt. Terry Pitz - Pine Island Sound

3:24 PM

Snookin - The last three days brought many big fish If you wanted a big Snook you got your wish 13 Snook from 31 to 44 inches Good reels and line required for mangrove clinches All Artificial Lures Only Keep the sport in sportfishingjavascr more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound

5:30 PM

Snookin - The wind blowin strong from the Northeast We were on a mission to find a beast After 5 small..snook the tide began to run When a beauty crashed and leaped into the Sun Th line whistled through the guides Until the fish began to subside more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound

12:49 PM

Snook Season Opens - With Snook season opening March 1st, we have caught several already with some in the upper slot. The bait I have been using has been shiners/white bait. There has been a lot of fish in the mangroves and around the oyster bars. It will take another more...
Capt. Darrin Covert - Pine Island Sound

10:25 AM

SW Florida - Redfish: The redfishing can be very good as we near into the spring months. When found, they are usually in large schools. They may not run as large as the summer reds, but still very fun to catch. Call ahead and get the good tides. Watch for large more...
Capt. Terry Pitz - Pine Island Sound

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