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Fishing Reports by Capt. Dave Pinkham


2002-01-15
12:00 AM

Venice Inlet and the Gulf of Mexico - Winter is Time For Bottom Fishing Brrrrr, the New Year started out a bit chilly for me. Enough of this cold stuff, I'm already looking forward to a blustery spring afternoon. Now I remember why I live down here in South West Florida, I don't like more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2001-12-03
12:00 AM

Venice Inlet and the Gulf of Mexico - Winter Fishing Off Venice Florida Can Be Hot! December is a great month for fishing out on the Gulf of Mexico. Cooling water temperatures should help get the grouper and snapper in the feeding mood. So far this season we really haven't had muc more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2001-10-24
12:00 AM

Venice Inlet and the Gulf of Mexico - Start of Fall Kingfish Run Upon Us! If you haven't already heard it, you have now, the kingfish are returning. Friday we ran into a school of jumping Spanish Mackerels about 13 miles offshore on the Gulf. Looked like the ideal spot so we started more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2001-08-20
12:00 AM

Venice Inlet and the Gulf of Mexico - August Fishing on the Gulf can be Hot! August can offer up some great fishing as long as weather conditions allow. With the long hot days and warm nights the warm Gulf's waters will reach their peak summer temperatures. Because of this, the short more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2001-07-20
12:00 AM

Venice Inlet and the Gulf of Mexico - Fishing on the Gulf in July can be Hot! Fishing out on the Gulf most of the week was actually pretty good, although strictly for those with strong sea legs. Aboard my boat Legacy we're still hooking up on some nice sized kingfish. Thursday one more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2001-05-24
12:00 AM

Venice Inlet and the Gulf of Mexico - Blackfin Tuna Make a Showing Fishing offshore this week has been pretty good. The kings are still running out in 45' to 55' foot of water, and there have been some reports of black fin tuna action in the 80' to 100' range. If I get booked with more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2001-04-04
12:00 AM

Venice Inlet and the Gulf of Mexico - Weather Changes Shake Up Fishing The cold fronts that blasted though the end of March sure were packing a punch. With wind gusts at times to upwards of 40 miles per hour, getting caught out on the Gulf of Mexico was the last place that I w more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2001-03-12
12:00 AM

Venice Inlet and the Gulf of Mexico - Kingfish Moving Up Florida's Westcoast Looks like the annual spring run of king mackerel is cranking up here on Florida’s Southwest Coastline. Over the past week the action west of area beaches has been improving daily with plenty of bait star more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2001-02-15
12:00 AM

Venice Inlet and the Gulf of Mexico - Arriving Front Excites Gulf Fish Into Feeding It always amazes me when just the slightest change in something as simple as the wind direction will set fish into a feeding mode. To illustrate what I'm talking about I'd like to share the experie more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice


2001-01-16
12:00 AM

Venice Inlet and the Gulf of Mexico - Concentrate On The Bottom For Fish Over the next few weeks fishing activity offshore on the Gulf will be geared toward bottom fishing. With water temperatures in the mid-50's most mid-water type fishes should be well south of us by now. This is more...
Capt. Dave Pinkham - Venice

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