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Winter snook fishing

Capt. Kyle Busby
December 14, 2017
Port Orange - Saltwater Fishing Report

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 up in these same areas. The Tomoka River is also producing nice numbers. Most of the snook being caught here are back past I-95 and love moving water. Redfish are also schooling and active in both the Tomoka and Port Orange. Live shrimp is the bait of choice. Oh yeah, black drum action is still at Haulover.

Port Orange Fishing Forecast:

This is a great time of year to fish. The weather pattern is crucial. Temps are expected to rebound this week after a couple of cold snaps. Fishing should tick up around the new moon.

Target Species:

Snook and Redfish

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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

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No Big Reel Inshore Charters
1305 N Wembley Cir
Port Orange, FL 32128
Phone: 352-745-1266
Alt. Phone: 386-761-7681
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