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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jeff Legutki


2010-08-04
8:42 AM

August heat - This the time of year where you have to beat the heat. Fishing must be done in the cooler hours of the day and at night. Snook are all over the beaches and passes. Live bait, lures or flies will all work. Big numbers of fish can be seen in the passe more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2010-06-25
9:14 AM

Summer time tarpon and snook - Well the heat is on full throttle, by 8:00 am you are sweating bullets. If you want to make the most of your fishing trip you must be on the water before sun up. First light is the key to success! Whether you are chasing snook or tarpon the action more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2010-06-15
8:52 AM

Tarpon Season - Well it has been a great tarpon season to say the least. Sorry for my lack of submission with my reports. To say the least, all my clients who came down for the season did really well. I want to thank you all for participating and fishing with me. F more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2010-04-23
10:48 AM

Finally, typical Fl. weather - April has finally arrived, and the winter clothes are stashed away until next year. Calmer days, clean water, and hungry fish. Tarpon is the name of the game this time of year! This year has had some great days already with lots of happy fish. It more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2010-03-09
8:05 AM

Warmer weather brings active fish - We finally got a taste of spring weather the first week of March. Finally, no more long underware and heavy winter jackets. Calm winds and clear water has made fly fishing superb. You can see it in the fishes reactions that they to are ready for w more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2010-02-22
1:25 PM

Colder than usual - This has been a tough February to say the least. With colder than usual temperatures, it took a lot of work to find cooperative fish and sometimes could not. I would see nothing on the shorelines for hundreds of yards and then stumble upon a mass o more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2010-02-01
7:17 AM

Coming back strong! - There is so much hype about the fish kill it is driving me crazy. All I hear is doom and gloom from so many. The truth of the matter is that the fish are here, they are just vacationing in new areas. Since the freeze, the red fish have taking cent more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2010-01-16
5:49 PM

Fishing on the rebound already! - I just can't believe how good of a day we had fishing today! As if nothing happened last week with the major cold front and the fish kill. It just really proved to me how rich this area is in fish. On the outside today we wrecked the red fish. more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2010-01-13
8:52 AM

The cold is killing us! - This is probably one of the toughest reports I hopefully will ever post. Due to the duration of cold nights, we have had a MASSIVE fish kill! HUNDREDS of dead snook can be seen floating everywhere! This makes me sick to my stomach. I have seen more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2010-01-06
8:19 AM

Frozen Florida - This winter has come and hit us like ton of ice! Gone from the upper 70's to the low 40's the entire week. Native Floridians are not to good in this weather. I have been dressing up in so many layers for the morning ride, I look like a South Park cha more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands

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