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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ron Bielefeld


2008-09-13
10:15 AM

It has been fun - I have been guiding for over 10 years and I have loved every minute of it. I have met so many great people and we have caught some awesome fish over the years. It is with great regret that this will be my last report on CyberAngler. Due to the ver more...
Capt. Ron Bielefeld - Indian River Lagoon


2008-08-24
10:19 AM

Dirty water after Fay with some fish being caught - Well, I finally got back on the water after Tropical Storm Fay lingered for what seemed like forever. We received a lot of rain and some pretty stiff winds. Rain totals vary, but my rain gauge collected 12 inches and it tends to be on the low side. more...
Capt. Ron Bielefeld - Indian River Lagoon


2008-08-06
9:32 AM

Near shore action taking off - Well, I just got my boat back from being repaired. Let me tell you that was a long month of waiting. I took her out for the first time this morning and went directly out the inlet looking for bonita, Spanish, and tarpon along the beaches. If anyth more...
Capt. Ron Bielefeld - Indian River Lagoon


2008-07-27
11:21 AM

Boat still being repaired - Well, no one is more sorry than me to report that my boat is still in South Carolina being repaired after the traffic accident. Needless to say, I do not have any first-hand fishing report to give. Oh sure, I have been out a few times with friends more...
Capt. Ron Bielefeld - Indian River Lagoon


2008-07-01
3:42 PM

Boat down for count - Sorry for the lack of reports recently. My boat has been out of commission for a bit (long story). It is now on its way to South Carolina to be repaired, which took some time to arrange and get sorted out. So, I have been without a boat for a bit more...
Capt. Ron Bielefeld - Indian River Lagoon


2008-06-11
7:19 AM

Fun with snook and trout - The fishing over the past couple of weeks has been steady with a lot of snook and trout action early and late in the day. We have been catching a few redfish during the same time periods as well as during late mornings. It has been rather hot and s more...
Capt. Ron Bielefeld - Indian River Lagoon


2008-05-22
1:48 PM

Trout and more with some effort - The winds just keep blowing, but at least they have been from the west most of the time making fishing possible until the gusts reached 30 mph. Then we said the heck with it and went back to the dock. Inshore catching has been sporadic with one more...
Capt. Ron Bielefeld - Indian River Lagoon


2008-05-14
12:27 PM

Very slow around Sebastian - The fishing around the Sebastian area was very slow this past week. The winds have been blowing for what seems like forever and the medium –sized trout are nowhere to be found in any numbers. We have been getting shots at some really big fish inclu more...
Capt. Ron Bielefeld - Indian River Lagoon


2008-04-30
1:01 PM

Top water slams - As the full moon has wained and the water temps have creeped back into the upper 70s the morning bite has picked up. The last few mornings (5 am to about 11 am) have been excellent with slams of large fish being unusually easy to come by. We have h more...
Capt. Ron Bielefeld - Indian River Lagoon


2008-04-25
3:44 PM

Having to work for our fish - The wind and full moon have dominated our fishing this past week. As a result, we have had to work for our fish with each trip netting a few nice trout and maybe a few reds and snook to go along with the specks. We have been fishing every kind of s more...
Capt. Ron Bielefeld - Indian River Lagoon

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