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Ten Thousand Islands Fishing Reports


2012-02-25
8:25 AM

Unusually warm February - This February has been on the average 10 degrees warmer than usual. Fish are acting confused as if they don't know where they should be. Moving from day to day, keeping us on our toes to stay on the fish. Snook fishing has been off and on, the coo more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2011-12-31
8:13 AM

Mild winter brings hungry fish - This winter has been mild to say the least, actually hotter than usual. Mild winds bring glassy shorelines and easy sight fishing. We are still getting shots at late season tarpon! Caught one the other day about 50 lbs on fly, as we were looking more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2011-11-18
9:42 AM

Best Red fishing in 20 years - This past month has been probably the best fishing everyone has seen in Decades. Everyone you talk to is having banner day, no matter what kind of fishing you're doing. Fly fishing for red fish in the skinny water has been the best I have seen in 2 more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2011-10-20
12:58 PM

Migration in full swing - The fall migration is in effect, creating balls of bait up and down the coast. Along the beaches or back in the mangroves fishing has been really good. First light off the beaches, tarpon have been decimating the schools of mullet. Cartwheeling out more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2011-09-08
9:28 AM

Fall is in the air - You can feel the summer heat slowly starting to subside. Cooler mornings are helping the morning bite last a little bit longer. Fishing has been good for the most part. First light on the outgoing tides have been productive with small tarpon in th more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2011-06-29
7:55 AM

Break out the plugs - Summertime means high water levels and stained tannin waters. Visibility for sight fishing is limited to a few locales. Great time to break out the search baits, top water plugs and long casts to open flats, creek mouths, and ant type of structure. more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2011-06-10
8:43 PM

Summer time tarpon and snook - Well the summer is upon us now yet it does not feel so. This years weather has been odd and not so consistent. Its June and we are still plagued with NE winds. Its been pleasantly cool and comfortable. No hot humid breathless mornings, with no- more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2011-04-28
2:20 PM

Tarpon,Tarpon, Tarpon and more Tarpon - Someone asked me the other day, what my 5 favorite fish were to chase? I said, simple that would be tarpon,Tarpon,tarpon,tarpon, and of course tarpon! It is that time of year, and you guessed it. Im fishing for tarpon. This year started early for more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2011-03-13
10:45 AM

Spring is here - Well it feels like spring is in the air with the southerly winds and 80 degree days and water temps in the 70's. We already had a wave of tarpon come through with some very impressive size fish, I mean fish in the 15o pound range. Giants! Of course more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2011-02-09
11:48 AM

Mild winter feels like an early spring to come - Fortunately, our winter has been a mild one, unlike everywhere else in the Nation. I heard the other day that Fl. was the only state in the country with no snow. So where is all the frozen fisherman? Season has been a bit slower for everyone for u more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands

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