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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ron Presley


2008-12-29
6:13 PM

Foggy Morning on the Banana River - Foggy Morning on the Banana River With all the holiday activities I had not been on the water for a week and was anxious to see what was cookin'. I took my time getting started because of the heavy fog I saw outside my window. As it began to lift more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2008-12-10
12:03 PM

Black Drum and Sheepshead are Active in Banana River - Schooling Black Drum and Sheepshead Cool overnight temperatures continue to give anglers a good excuse to sleep in and start their fishing trip a little later. Air temperatures in the 40's and early morning water temperatures in the low 60's ofte more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2008-11-25
4:05 PM

Fishing with Kids in the Banana River - Fishing With Kids Cold weather and wind have kept fishing trips to a minimum lately. Finally, however, we had a day with overnight lows only in the 50's instead of the 40's. I was fortunate to have a family from my hometown, Wichita, Kansas, visi more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2008-10-27
5:25 PM

Jacks Can Save the Day - Jacks Can Save the Day Rain and wind have been common characteristics on recent fishing trips. Last Sunday was no exception. The rain cleared out early enough, but the day started with heavy NW winds that slowly shifted from the North. The chop o more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2008-10-06
11:42 AM

Clear Water Redfish in Central Florida - Clear Water Redfish With all the rain in recent weeks clear water is not always easy to find. The Banana River has been mostly murky and fishing a little on the slow side. On the other hand, there are some clear water pockets in Mosquito Lagoon t more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2008-09-07
5:06 PM

Barramundi in Central Florida - The barramundi is a cousin of our beloved snook, and pound for pound I guarantee you the fight is as good or better. Why do I mention this, because last week I got to visit Osceola Outback Adventures near St. Cloud to experience some barramundi fis more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2008-08-21
1:08 PM

Mother Nature's Wrath - Fishing has not been the thing to do in the past few days. I started off several days ago preparing the boat for a little Tropical Storm called Fay. She was supposed to move through on Tuesday and throw her weight around a little. She came, but she more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2008-08-09
3:39 PM

Tournament Fishing With Kids - Lookin' for a Mogan A mogan is a word coined by Capt. Blair Wiggins and his TV show producer Kevin McCabe. It is a combination of the words Monster and Bigan', both referring to big fish. This past weekend was spent at the seventh annual Mogan Ma more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2008-07-12
11:14 AM

Snookin' in Stuart - I had a great opportunity to take my eleven year old grandson on a fishing getaway this past week. We packed our bags and headed south for the River Palms Cottages and Fish Camp in Jensen Beach. Only a little more than a two hour drive from Merritt I more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2008-06-28
4:04 PM

Banana River Producing a Variety of Fish - It's been nice to have a few mornings without the wind blowing so hard. All spring has been characterized by high winds that tend to make the fishing tough. Well, this week was much better and made for enjoyable days on the water. Rip Tide plasti more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach

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