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Sarasota Fishing Report

Venice to Cedar Key

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Sarasota Fishing Report

Postby Capt. Bob Smith » Sun Jun 12, 2005 9:28 am

June 11, 2005
Sarasota Florida Fishing Report
By Capt. Bob Smith

Mangrove snapper and barracuda have been hot this past week on the “M” reefs. We were able to limit out on the snapper using live shrimp on the bottom. The cuda are taking live fish on a free-line or by skipping fresh caught mackerel on the top. Chris Bengele from Indiana caught a nice barracuda on light tackle while fishing for snapper. Mark Zisser from Missouri with friend limited out and released plenty of snapper plus some nice mackerel.

On Wednesday, we found plenty of Spanish mackerel and bluefish on and around the (I) reefs just offshore. D.O.A. shrimp and live shrimp worked very well. We would find schools of nice fish and then schools of very small fish. We saw sharks feeding in the schools of fish and bait early in the morning, but we didn’t hook any. Now is a good time to get that First-light bite at 6:30 in the morning.

Bay fishing has been slow but workable. Redfish, Snook, Mackerel, and Seatrout are all being caught, but you need to move around and find Redtide free water.

Enjoy & Protect
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