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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mark Thompson


2015-11-22
10:22 AM

Flounder, flounder, flounder!!! - November and that means flounder along the Emerald Coast. While we've had unusually warm temperatures until today, the water temp is still above 70 which is keeping the bait around and that is also keeping some King's around. Out on the reefs the bit more...
Capt. Mark Thompson - Grayton Beach


2014-01-16
9:33 PM

Window fishin' - This time of year since the weather doesn't settle out for long like it does during the summer, and I call it window fishing. No, not that the weather may necessarily be nice enough to throw open the house windows but rather a window of opportunity more...
Capt. Mark Thompson - Grayton Beach


2014-01-08
9:31 PM

New Years Eve day, last trip of 2013 - Well despite the past year ending with the dreaded number 13 it proved not to be unlucky as far as the fishing went or the several trips I ran where anglers pulled out a banana to snack on ( Google that one). Unless you previously worked on a bo more...
Capt. Mark Thompson - Grayton Beach


2013-11-25
3:22 PM

Cooler water, hotter fishing! - November and around here that means flounder, flounder, and more flounder. If you've got the touch, limiting out on flounder can get done in short order this time of year. That means lighter tackle, which is always fun. And for those that are touch more...
Capt. Mark Thompson - Grayton Beach


2013-10-07
12:13 PM

Red Snapper season part two in Grayton - Tropical Storm Karen, the storm that wasn't (more of a media storm) appears to have done nothing more than take away four of the twenty one days allotted for a fall Red Snapper season. I was down on the beach earlier this morning watching several more...
Capt. Mark Thompson - Grayton Beach


2013-06-09
10:01 AM

It's all about the Red Snapper in Grayton for 35 more days. - Red Snapper season is in full swing limiting out fairly quickly and bringing in some quality fish. The first day we were able to run I had a group of two guys and two gals. The gals watched the guys struggle to bring up their first fish questioning w more...
Capt. Mark Thompson - Grayton Beach


2013-05-12
10:12 PM

Grayton's heating up and so is the fishing! - Spring is slowly giving way towards more summer like weather and the fishing is heating up right along with the water. The King and Spanish Mackerel bite is happening. Still sporatic, but getting better each day. I did catch my first hardtail of the more...
Capt. Mark Thompson - Grayton Beach


2013-03-09
7:26 PM

Spring break is here! Now, how about some fishing weather. - Spring break is sure getting off to a slow start. Rentals are reporting a 98% capacity this week and the sea forecast is for 98% too rough to fish seas. This past week wasn't much better with only 2 runable days hitting up the jacks, vermillions, tr more...
Capt. Mark Thompson - Grayton Beach

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