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Fishing Reports by Capt. George Grosselfinger


2010-11-19
9:59 AM

Beginning of week slow but Snookin got hot!! - After a few slow days of Snooking Yesterday, fishing really got cooking We started to look for low tide oyster beds And the bite began with a couple of reds As the tide began its incoming flow 11 Snook to 30 finally did show more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound


2010-11-13
6:58 AM

SNOOKIN - Early morning wind & spray and made us shiver Snookin-Captiva to the Caloosahatchee River John Mayo-Harold Harris were sharing the ride Nice size trout and nine Snook released boatside more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound


2010-11-08
5:08 PM

SNOOKIN - A cool steady wind still blowing north Water temps 63 for what that's worth Four hour trip casting plug after plug Hoping to find a really tough tug She blasted out of the water for all to see We had seven but this Snook measured thirty-three more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound


2010-11-05
1:05 PM

SNOOK and more SNOOK - Four and one-half hours out and then back in We were just doing some serious Snookin North wind blowing what felt like a gale We were certainly happy that our ship did sail The tide was ripping and Snook was what we sought 30 was th more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound


2010-11-03
5:22 PM

SNOOK - No flowery stories or restaurant talk here...just snook fishing. 4 hour charter today caught 8 Snook(one slot size) three trout on artificials. more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound


2010-11-01
3:47 PM

Snook - First trip back for 4 hours. 5 snook with two slots and some trout to 20 Plenty of shark still visiting the flats. Monday Nov 1 more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound


2010-04-21
6:58 AM

Snook are here again but it doesn't feel right - Snook of all sizes are still where they should often be but I have to agree with Capt. John Bunch about the pressure on them. With two months remaining before I return to guiding for trophy striped bass at Orient Point, NY, I will curtail my snoo more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound


2010-04-13
6:40 PM

Snook are a challenge - Four straight days we caught the inshore slam That's snook, redfish and trout by mister or maam The winds were blowing and the seas were rough Casting artificials was a little tough Today we were really at our best As 6 snook to 33 pu more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound


2010-04-08
4:25 PM

Snook are getting bigger - Today's trip with Admiral Gammon boated 6 snook with the largest 31 The snook have been difficult to find but some favorite holes hold a number of fish. While casting for snook we also had redfish, four trout to 25 and a jack crevalle(small) more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound


2010-04-07
12:15 AM

Snook less aggresive but biting - Today boated 7 snook and missed 6 All but two were of small variety and much traveling was needed due to their lack of aggression. Many were just blasting the plug out of territorial aggression. Hopefully, the snook will be more cooperative in more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound

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