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Warming up for snook season...

Capt. Kyle Busby
August 11, 2017
Port Orange - Saltwater Fishing Report

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. The inshore pompano bite has slowed down, but there are still some to be had. A few permit are also in the mix. Attached is a photo from Monday's charter. Capt. Larry Blakeslee, DeLand, shows off a 30", 10lb snook caught and released in Port Orange.

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Port Orange Fishing Forecast:

Fishing may take a back seat to the rain over the next few days. The low pressure system should trigger a decent bite.

Target Species:

Snook, Pompano

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Volusia County's premier inshore fishing guide mastering in the Spruce Creek, Tomoka River, and ICW waterways. Come experience the back country in these pristine waterways for trophy snook, redfish, and trout. All tackle and bait provided. No fishing license required. 1-2 person charter available. Please call in advance for booking information. (352) 745-1266 Captain Kyle Busby

Contact Info:

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1305 N Wembley Cir
Port Orange, FL 32128
Phone: 352-745-1266
Alt. Phone: 386-761-7681
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