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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ron Presley


2009-08-17
11:57 AM

Mosquito Lagoon Crab Trap Cleanup - Instead of a straight fishing report this week I have a report that will help make fishing better. On August 15, 2009 Mosquito Lagoon was the site of a volunteer effort to remove derelict crab traps from Mosquito Lagoon. With volunteers included more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-07-05
11:55 AM

DOA Lures Sweep CCA Inter-chapter Challenge Tournament - The River Palms Cottages in Jensen Beach was the site of the 2009 CCA Inter-Chapter Challenge. A record ninety-one anglers gathered for the catch and release tournament on June 26 and 27. The tournament is a team event where local chapters compete ag more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2009-06-23
6:12 PM

When the Kids Grow Up the Fish Will Too - Try your best when fishing with kids to have them catch something. In my book puffers and catfish count too! As long as the fish are biting and the kids are catching, they remain interested. Plan your trip in short time frames to begin with to find more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2009-06-07
10:44 AM

Thinking About An East Coast Slam - I'm Still Thinking About An East Coast Slam I never should have started reporting on this slam thing. Now it haunts me on every trip. One day this week was good for two varieties of the slam - snook and trout but no redfish. Another day was potent more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2009-05-24
11:52 AM

Boat Disaster, Georgia Sea Trout, and Rain Out Weather - Road Trip, Disaster and Rainout I took a short road trip to Georgia last week. On the way I stopped at Amelia Island, Florida and took in a days fishing. That evening while in the hotel room, that overlook a marina and boat dock, I heard a loud n more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2009-05-09
9:37 AM

Still a Good Time for a Slam - It's Still A Good Time to Catch a Slam I still say it's a good time to catch a slam. I haven't accomplished it yet but I have caught all the species need - just not on the same trip. Spring patterns with plenty of bait fish continue to be the nor more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2009-04-24
5:07 PM

A Good Time to Catch a Slam - Spring has sprung, the mullet are running, and it's a good time to catch a slam of redfish, sea trout and snook. Wind has been more than a little problem lately with March trying to hang on into April. Even April is about over, but the wind has co more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2009-04-06
12:56 PM

A Decent Alternative to Redfish - Catching the Redfish's Cousin The day started out as a spot tournament for redfish. Following many days of windy weather the light 5 to 10 mph winds were a welcome relief. I was taking my grandson fishing in the Fishing for Spots redfish tourna more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2009-03-20
12:45 PM

Black Drum, Sheepshead, Bluefish and Jacks all Available in Wint - A Day of Prospecting This report covers the past several weeks where I had only a few days on the water. Each day, however, had something to offer in the way of winter fish. On one trip my good friend Capt. Chris Myers joined me for a little prosp more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2009-01-29
10:45 AM

Banana River Blues and Jacks in Summer Pattern - Blues and Jacks in Summer Pattern My fishing has been limited lately for various reasons. However the weather has been nice and fish are biting like it was summer. Most pros will tell you to slow down you retrieve in the winter to increase your o more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach

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