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Redfish are on the move

Capt. Brady Nelson
September 20, 2012
Anna Maria - Saltwater Fishing Report

Red fish are on the move. Schools of reds have now invaded the bay. We've been doing well with 20 to 25 slot sized reds and a few over slot not uncommon right now.

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On the same trips we've been catching trout , flounder, snook, lady fish, jacks, sharks, mackeral, and a few other species in the mix as well. It's just a great time to fish.

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It's not too hot right now, there is bait everywhere and the fish are biting so give me a call and we will get after them. Oh and I still have 2 Gator hunts left if you want to go gator hunting let me know soon.

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What ever you do it's a great time to get out and enjoy the great outdoors.

Thanks for your time,
Capt. Brady

Anna Maria Fishing Forecast:

Look for the reds and trout to stay strong. Flounder should be hitting good soon.
Mullet will start to school and are getting fatter.

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Bass N Bay charters is located near Anna Maria Island, and Longboat Key. We offer light tackle inshore fishing, offshore fishing, bass fishing, gator hunting and gigging trips after dark, all with a family friendly environment, and top of the line equipment. Capt. Brady is a Florida native, holds three consecutive state champion titles in the IFA Redfish Tour and has been fishing these waters for 42 years now. Rest assured that it is our goal to put you on the fish ever time we get on the water.

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Bass N Bay Charters
1217 6th ST W
Palmetto, FL 34221
Phone: 941-722-2033
Alt. Phone: 941-685-4491
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