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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jim Klopfer


2011-05-15
9:12 AM

Morning bite good in Sarasota! - Fishing was very good this week, especially early in the morning. The tides were high mid-morning, and speckled trout, pompano, and Spanish mackerel were caught as the tide was peaking. Live shrimp and pilchards caught most of the fish, along with more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2011-05-09
8:40 AM

Pompano showing up in Sarasota! - Anglers fishing with me caught a wide variety of species this week. Spanish mackerel, pompano, speckled trout, bluefish. jack crevelle, snook, redfish, bonnethead sharks, bluefish, flounder mangrove snapper, and ladyfish were all caught on charters more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2011-05-01
4:27 PM

Steady action near Siesta Key! - Fishing was steady this week, especially mid week as a front was approaching. The flats and edges in the Yacht Club Channel and around Bird Key produced Spanish mackerel, speckled trout, flounder, pompano, bluefish, ladyfish, sharks, and jack crevel more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2011-04-23
6:22 PM

Pilchards catching a wide variety in Sarasota! - Action has been steady in Sarasota this week. Tides are improving as we come off the full moon. Speckled trout, Spanish mackerel, snook, redfish, pompano, flounder, bluefish, jack crevelle, ladyfish, blacktip sharks, sea bass, and BIG mangrove snappe more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2011-04-16
6:49 PM

Action and variety in Sarasota Bay!! - Fishing was terrific this week! Light easterly winds and incoming tides resulted in excellent fishing conditions. I started my trips catching a well full of nice sized pilchards. Bait is abundant and it only takes a few minutes to load up. Spanis more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2011-04-09
10:22 AM

Great action in Sarasota as the weather settles down - Conditions were less than ideal early in the week as a wicked front was approaching. Michele and Randy Bowers and their two children from Grand Haven, Mi. did quite well on Monday morning in a 20 knot south wind. We caught a bunch of Spanish macker more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2011-04-02
6:19 PM

Windy week in Sarasota! - The weather this week was a little challenging, but I managed to get in 5 trips. On Sunday, long time client and friend Dave Buckley from Gettysburg, Pa. fished with me. We caught sheepshead and Spanish mackerel at the inshore Lido Reef, then troll more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2011-03-26
6:18 PM

Mack attack in Sarasota! - Fishing continued to be very productive this week, especially for Spanish mackerel, several of which were pushing 5 pounds. Big Pass, New Pass, the middlegrounds and Bird Key flats were the most reliable spots for me this week. Free lined shrimp, R more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2011-03-19
8:00 PM

Variety and action in Sarasota Bay! - Fishing has been very good this week on a variety of species. Sheepshead action under docks along Siesta Key and Bird Key was nothing short of spectacular! Spanish mackerel are scattered all over the area, speckled trout, sliver trout, and ladyfish more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2011-03-14
7:47 PM

Fine fishing in Sarasota, despite the wind - Fishing continues to be very productive on a variety of species, although Mother Nature did make things a little challenging this week. Sheepshead fishing remains outstanding around Bird Key and the north end of Siesta Key. I targeted them on trips more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota

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