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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jeff Legutki


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


2011-01-22
7:05 PM

Red Fish on fire! - I have got to say that December all the way through today. So many mild winter days with good visibility has made a lot of dreams come through. Beautiful, vibrant colored reds just glowing in the clear winters water. On the cooler days this month I more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2011-01-08
7:57 AM

Seeing Red - The winter so far has been very good to us fly fisherman. Mild winds, cool temperatures, and clear water. With the lower winter tides, the sight fishing has been as good as you could ask for. Im seeing red fish everywhere and have been very successf more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2010-12-17
10:44 AM

Cold water reds - Capt. Jeff Legutki December 17, 2010 Ten Thousand Islands - Saltwater Fishing Report Well the winter is on and so far December has brought some real cold weather. Not cold enough to harm the fishery, but cold enough to clear up the waters and pu more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2010-11-27
9:05 AM

Season is off to a great start! - All anglers who live to hunt down their quarry call themselves sight fisherman. They may not catch as many as the guy putting bait on his hook, but they live for that one shot! Quietly stalking fish in water sometimes less than a foot of water, take more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2010-11-05
9:07 AM

The blitz is on - Every year before the first serious cold front we see signs of the bait migration. And with it comes fast fishing for screaming false albies. Harkers Island gets all the attention for this fishery, yet I bet we could give them a run for their money. more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2010-10-17
6:28 PM

Blasting Bonito's - Well its finally that time of year where it seems everything is migrating south. Hordes of bait are in full effect in every shape and size. We just had our first mild cold front causing the wind to howl out of the North and the water temp is on th more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2010-09-30
9:45 AM

get it while it last! - September fishing has been on fire to say the least. The bait fish migration is full force and the fish are fattening up! There is an incredible tarpon bite at first light, but it is a short bite. Sharks and mackeral are everywhere feeding on the more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2010-09-19
8:01 AM

Fall is in the air - Each morning you can feel the pleasant change of Fall in the air. A drier wind from the east starts everyday off, cool and refreshing. Off the beaches you can see the schools of bait returning from where ever they go in the summer. Schools of macke more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2010-08-25
10:37 AM

Topwater Time - August and September are my favorite time of year to throw top water plugs and poppers on the fly rod! Due to the heat, high water levels and tannic water clarity, noisy top water plugs get the most exciting strikes. Basically your blind casting st more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands

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