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Sarasota Florida Report

Venice to Cedar Key

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Sarasota Florida Report

Postby Capt. Bob Smith » Sun Oct 14, 2007 1:10 pm

October 12, 2007

Sarasota Florida Fishing Report
By Capt. Bob Smith

Inshore artificial reefs are holding kingfish to 20 pounds, little tunny to 18 pounds and large and small sharks. There are also schools of jacks, some bluefish and Spanish mackerel. The action was not real fast yesterday and live bait was the key for most of the fish I saw caught. Trolling will work, but in this shallow water, 25 to 30 feet, it will soon knock the fish down and out of the area. The greenbacks have been easy to catch on gold hook rigs and the beach has plenty of whitebait to net.

The action on the bay has been fast but most of the fish have been small. Some large barracuda have been seen on the Middle Ground grassflats. Some keeper size trout, bluefish and Spanish mackerel have been caught on the grassflats. The variety of fish being caught now is very large and you might hookup with anything any place. Redfish are moving around the docks and are a good possibility.

It is the Fall run and a good time to go fishing.

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