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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jeff Legutki


2009-12-17
8:49 AM

Lots of options. - Well the weather has held out quite well so far, even though the temps are a little higher than average. Fishing has been pretty good, and with the good weather it gives you lots of options. Snook fishing has been really good. Some real big snook more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2009-11-20
10:41 AM

Transition time - Well the winter is trying to start, cooler air temps have made fishing very comfortable. A light breeze has been consistent, but beautiful conditions to fish anywhere you care, inside or out. Fish are on the move, here one day gone the next. Its b more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2009-11-01
7:15 AM

Get it while you can - Lately, we have been changing up the game a little and messing around on the outside beaches. This is the time when the weather is calm and the migratory species are flowing down the coast. Schools of glass minnows are balled up along the beaches more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2009-10-20
8:29 AM

First front of the season - Well the first cold front has finally made it all the way down. A break from the Africa like heat has been welcomed by many anglers as well as the fish. Strong northeasterly winds blow the nutrient rich plankton filled waters offshore, providing c more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2009-10-01
9:13 AM

Fall is in the air - Fall appears to be on the way. Our first cold front just made it down, although very mild the morning air is cool and refreshing. The bait migration is almost in full effect. Schools of smaller pilchards and glass minniws are flowing down the beache more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2009-09-01
12:06 PM

Summer time tarpon and snook - This report will not be to different from last months.The heat is still on and the weather pattern is the typical sizzling summer. Due the the afternoon rains, the water clarity is stained tannic from the run off.So sight fishing is limited to fi more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2009-08-16
7:11 PM

Sightfishing summer time snook - Summer time in the the 10,000 Islands means short fishing windows in the early morning or late afternoon before sunset into the night. The heat of the day is a major factor for shallow water fishing here. Shallows with the dark bottoms are void of li more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2009-07-06
9:22 AM

The heat is on! - The sizzling days of summer are here. With air temps in the mid 90's, to water temps in the upper 80's, the bite only last the first couple hours of light. There is still plenty of tarpon around. You should be at your first spot before the sunrise more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2009-06-08
8:39 AM

Summer time tarpon and snook - Well summer has arrived and it is off to a great start. The rain has started a little early, but most people appreciate the wet weather. Typical morning this time of year we start out casting to rolling tarpon at first light. If the day is overcast more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2009-05-13
8:55 AM

Tarpon Season - Well it is finally tarpon season, and it's in full swing right now. Calm, warm days with perfect water temps in the 80's. The average day starts out casting to rolling fish in the deeper channels until the sun is high enough for the pursuit of th more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands

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