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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jeff Legutki


2008-10-13
12:33 PM

Outside Madness - Well the fall is in full swing with the hordes of bait of the beaches. Schools of mullet have been washing in the inlets in numbers compared to the mullet run on the east coast. This past weekend I witnessed millions of mullet balled up so tight more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-09-26
1:27 PM

Feels like fall is on the way! - Well the weather has finally calmed back down to normal.....thank God! The water clarity has been fairly good on the beaches, and still really tannic in the back. Bait is starting to stack up at every inlet, pass, or jetty. Red fish snook and tarp more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-09-08
10:02 AM

"Hurricane Blues" - Well everyone knows of the weather we have had for the past month. It has been one close call after another with these storms passing so close! To say the least the weather has been a little erratic! Not the blistering hot calm sultry days we are us more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-08-20
2:34 PM

Tropical Storm Fay - Well here we go again, another hurricane season. 10 days prior to T.S. Fay we had onshore winds out of the west giving us higher tides and dirty water. Most of the fish I have been finding are along the outside where the water salinity levels are more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-08-06
10:31 AM

Same Ole Summer Fishing - The heat is on from the temperature to the fishing. Start early end early! Tarpon and snook are all over the beaches! Mackeral and permit as well as cobia are on the inshore wrecks. Pods of bait will give away their positions over any bit of struc more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-07-17
8:28 AM

Summer Rains have started - Well it seems like the sky has opened up and dropped heavy rains on us for the past several days non stop. This has definetly had an impact on he fishing. The salinity levels have changed causing the fish to move. The outside has been consistent more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-06-18
8:07 AM

Typical Summer Daze - Well summer is finally upon us now. The humidity, heat, and bugs are here like they should be as well as the good fishing that goes along the summer. Empty waters and hungry fish are there for the taking, as long as you are on the water by sun up. more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-06-01
7:56 AM

Summer is upon us - Well the early heat signifies that summer is upon us now. There is more of a breeze than usual, which makes it a little more comfortable and keeps the bugs down a bit. Water temps in the low to mid 80's. And the past three days we have had late after more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-05-17
6:25 PM

Not your typical May - Well this has not been our typical May. Here it is mid May and the water temp barely gets to 80 by mid afternoon. I think I broke the first sweat today for the year, it has not been muggy and humid and the bugs aren't bad neither. Not your average Ma more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-04-25
6:44 PM

Sightfishing the Everglades in late spring - Had a wonderful week in the infamous Everglades National Park. Fishing out of Everglaged City provided every option an angler could want on a saltwater fly fishing excursion. We started out with sightfishing for red fish and snook on the outside poin more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands

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