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Port Orange Fishing Reports

9:31 AM

Winter in the backcountry... - The fishing was really hot leading up to this recent cold front and full moon. The snook, redfish, and trout in the backcountry are really fat, especially the redfish. The winter tides are making it difficult to get past the Spruce Creek railroad b more...
Capt. Kyle Busby - Port Orange

6:23 AM

Winter snook fishing - The best bet for snook fishing in Port Orange is either around Dunlawton or past the railroad bridge in Spruce Creek. Finding deep water that also has shallow banks they can sun on is the key. Also, you'll find schools of blues and jacks have shown more...
Capt. Kyle Busby - Port Orange

7:49 AM

Sight fishing slots.. - With the water temps starting to drop, I've been keying in on the warmer parts of the day to fish. Sunrise and sunset have been a little slow. The snook and redfish bite has been really good in Spruce Creek past the railroad bridge. These fish are more...
Capt. Kyle Busby - Port Orange

8:35 AM

Snook Season OPEN - The snook bite has really turned on this week from Port Orange to Ormond Beach. Topwater lures have been hot with the start of the mullet run underway. Pompano up to 18 to the fork are also being caught around the Dunlawton Bridge. Some big black more...
Capt. Kyle Busby - Port Orange

7:11 PM

Pompano fishing is hot! - Port Orange and the Halifax River had some really nice pompano show up this week. The best bite was about 2 hours before the high tide. Some of these pompano are measuring 16-18 to the fork. Small, live shrimp on an 1/8 oz. jig head should get em more...
Capt. Kyle Busby - Port Orange

7:12 AM

Warming up for snook season... - The snook bite remains really good. These fish are primarily feeding on the outgoing tide. Recent trips are producing between 10-20 snook up to 10lbs. Free-lined live shrimp will catch them even though large shrimp are hard to find these days. Th more...
Capt. Kyle Busby - Port Orange

11:38 AM

Summer Snook - As water temperatures continue to increase, the best bet for snook is either at the inlet or under the local bridges from Port Orange to Highbridge. These fish will be in the deeper water or on the shadow lines trying to keep cool. Outgoing tide is more...
Capt. Kyle Busby - Port Orange

9:30 AM

Pompano spawn on the spring full moon - The highlight of the week is the pompano bite around the Dunlawton Bridge. These fish are in the river spawning on the full moon and there are good numbers and size. The top of the tide and the first two hours of the outgoing tide have been best. A p more...
Capt. Kyle Busby - Port Orange

5:51 PM

Full moon pompano! - Today's pompano activity in the Halifax was a little slower than yesterday, but the cooler ended up looking good by the end of the day! more...
Capt. Kyle Busby - Port Orange

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