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Fishing Reports by Capt. Brian Boehm


2020-01-21
9:45 PM

Healthy Size Redfish & Jacks in Shallow Water - Flats fishing in the inshore waters around CB's Saltwater Outfitters in Sarasota, FL continues to provide exciting action for anglers fishing on charters with Quiet Waters Fishing. We connected with some large jack crevalle while throwing plugs on th more...
Capt. Brian Boehm - Sarasota


2020-01-11
10:10 AM

Good Winter Flats Fishing Action on Snook, Redfish, & Seatrout - Flats fishing in the inshore waters around CB's Saltwater Outfitters in Sarasota, FL continues to provide exciting action for anglers fishing on charters with Quiet Waters Fishing. We found good numbers of redfish and seatrout in all sizes over the l more...
Capt. Brian Boehm - Sarasota


2019-12-16
7:24 PM

Great Redfish & Snook Fishing as Winter Trends Take Hold - Inshore anglers on recent fishing charters with Quiet Waters out of CB's Saltwater Outfitters had good success fishing the flats and dock lights for snook, redfish, seatrout, and other inshore species. Snook and redfish provided good action on trip more...
Capt. Brian Boehm - Sarasota


2019-11-19
10:18 PM

Flats Fishing for Redfish & Snook Remains Steady - Anglers fishing with Quiet Waters Fishing out of CB's Saltwater Outfitters in Sarasota, FL found action on the flats for snook, redfish, and seatrout. Pinches and points were good places to find fish on the flats in the beginning of November. Mirro more...
Capt. Brian Boehm - Sarasota


2019-11-04
8:18 PM

Fall Flats Fishing is in Full Swing - Anglers fishing in the Sarasota, FL area experienced consistently warm weather in October. Even with our extended warm weather, flats fishing throughout our area was exceptional in October. Anglers fishing with Quiet Waters, spent time fishing the fl more...
Capt. Brian Boehm - Sarasota


2019-09-08
9:25 PM

Back Country Producing Redfish, Snook, & Seatrout - September fishing in Sarasota and surrounding areas has started out strong. We've done well on snook, redfish, seatrout, and other inshore species so far this month. We're nearing the end of our summer fishing trends and transitioning towards fall tr more...
Capt. Brian Boehm - Sarasota


2019-09-03
7:33 PM

Good Tarpon, Seatrout & Snook Fishing in August - Fishing in Sarasota, FL and surrounding areas during August was productive. Anglers fishing with Quiet Waters, found success fishing the shallow flats, deeper grass flats, and dock lights. Early in the month we found tarpon and snook on dock lights. more...
Capt. Brian Boehm - Sarasota


2019-07-10
3:47 PM

Backcountry Tarpon & Dock Lights Provide Good Action - Anglers fishing on charters with Quiet Waters Fishing out of Sarasota, FL found good success with flats species in early July on early morning trips or evening dock light trips. We did very well on snook and found a few redfish while fishing dock li more...
Capt. Brian Boehm - Sarasota


2019-07-01
5:46 PM

Juvenile Tarpon Fishing is Hot - Day & Night - The focus of fishing really shifted over the last month as the summer heat came on strong in June. The heat has really slowed down the fishing on the shallow flats. Getting on the water around sunrise and getting off by 10 AM produced the best result more...
Capt. Brian Boehm - Sarasota


2019-05-26
8:39 AM

Night Tarpon is Heating Up & the Flats are Teeming with Life. - Flats fishing in and around the Sarasota, Florida area has been very productive over the past few weeks. We're easing our way into summer weather patterns. There are currently great opportunities on the shallow flats for snook, redfish, and seatrout. more...
Capt. Brian Boehm - Sarasota

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