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Good action on the deep grass in Sarasota

Capt. Jim Klopfer
July 20, 2017
Sarasota - Saltwater Fishing Report

Fishing was outstanding this week for clients taking fishing charters with me! Sarasota Bay is loaded with baitfish and just about every grass flat in 5' to 8' of water has bait and gamefish on it. There were a lot of fish breaking on the surface, especially early in the morning, and clients did well casting glow/chartreuse Bass Assassin jigs. Middlegrounds and Buttonwood were the top spots. When the jig bite slowed, a switch to chumming with live threadfins got them going in short order. Spanish mackerel to 3 pounds made an appearance this week, probably due in part to the drop in water temperature, it was down to 83 on Saturday. Along with the macks, anglers landed speckled trout to 20", bluefish to 3 pounds, jack crevelle, gag grouper, mangrove snapper, and ladyfish. Live bait produced best on the flats near Big Pass.

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Adventure Charters is a family oriented guide service that caters to anglers of all skill levels in a relaxed, fun environment. I can accommodate up to 4 anglers on my 20' Key West bay boat. Charters are custom suited to the clients schedule, experience level, expectations, and location. Come and experience a great day of fishing in sunny Sarasota, Florida. Families with children are most welcome! Dolphins and other wildlife are seen on most trips.

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Sarasota, FL 34232
Phone: 941-371-1390
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