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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ron Presley


2008-06-18
7:58 PM

Kids Are More Than Happy to Catch Some Sharks - Last week I had a chance for a little family getaway to the Florida Keys. The trip included my grandson Robert and his visiting friend Jessie from Georgia. On these types of outings it is important that the kids catch fish - any fish. They just nee more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2008-06-04
4:51 PM

Hot Trout Bite Keeps Anglers Busy - The trout bite on the Banana River continues to be the game of choice. Bigger trout are available early on topwater baits and the schoolies up to 14 7/8 can be caught in double digit numbers. Two excellent anglers from the Orlando area spent on more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2008-05-21
4:26 PM

Banana River Trout Bite Going Strong - The wind has not stopped blowing, but it hasn't hurt the early morning trout bite. Top water lures have produced spotted sea trout consistently, up to about 9:00. After that, switch over to your favorite plastics to continue the fun. The bigger more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2008-05-03
12:34 PM

Hot Banana River Trout Action on Rip Tide Plastics - Get Out Your Plastics for Spring Trout Three days on the water and three windy days. The wind has continued to blow like it was still March; nevertheless there were some trout to be caught. All week long the Rip Tide Mullet, Rip Tide Curtaile more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2008-04-24
11:55 AM

Cocoa Beach Trout Bite Heats Up As Temperature Heats Up - Trout Bite Heats Up Temperature Heats Up The wind continues to be an adversary on the water. Most days lately have included high winds that make fishing a little harder. The good news is the water level in the rivers has increased making more plac more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2008-04-09
9:52 AM

Red, White, and Blue Day on Banana River near Cocoa Beach - Spring has sprung, a few mullet are showing up and the fish are beginning to bite. This past week was a red (redfish), white (snook) and blue (bluefish) day for one angler and the trout are picking up too. Dennis, an angler from Canada, and h more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2008-03-25
4:11 PM

Nearshore Cobia, Cocoa Beach - Nearshore Cobia It's that time of year when cobia fever possesses many central east coast anglers. Unfortunately it has been a less than banner year for the brown bombers. High winds and high seas have made it difficult for the small boater to get more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2008-02-21
11:18 AM

Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island Fishing Report - An Underrated Fish This wind is beginning to bother me. The last two outings have been plagued by 15 to 20 mph winds and difficult fishing conditions. Each of these two days was made bearable by what most consider to be an unworthy target. The jac more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2006-12-12
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island & Port Canaveral - High Winds, Cold Fronts, and Fire Trucks High winds and cold fronts have slowed the fishing in my area lately. One trip was cancelled and others probably should have been. Tomorrow, however, is another day and it seems like no one is more optimist more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2006-11-27
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island & Port Canaveral - Dear Santa I am writing this letter to let you know what a good boy I have been. I have been cleaning my boat after every use, rinsing and wiping down my rods and reels, writing my fishing reports and telling my wife I love her. I have worked hard more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach

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