High Yield Fall Fishing Charters Continue in High Gear!!!!!
Capt. John Fischbach
November 29, 2016
Clearwater - Saltwater Fishing Report
Captain John Fischbach of Absolute Florida Flats Fishing and offshore fishing charters, running out of Tarpon Springs and fishing the west central Florida gulf coast region including the waters of Dunedin, Clearwater Beach, Palm Harbor, New Port Richey, Port Richey, Bayonet Point, Hudson, Spring Hill and world Famous Boca Grande for Tarpon, Redfish, Flounder, Trout, Snook, Cobia, Grouper, Snapper, King mackerel and Spanish macks just to name a few of Florida's most sought after gamefish.
I have been keeping busy putting my customers on life long lasting family fun fish catching! I have not blogged in a while but here we go… Whitebait is still available for those in the know and who have been fishing these waters for over 30 years and 23 yrs. for a living such as myself. The fish get fired up when I roll up (or stealthily float up with the help of my Power Pole shallow water anchor system and Minn Kota electric trolling motor) I pole down and send a couple bats of chummers (freebies) for the fish to get FIRED UP!
Once this is accomplished, a baited 2/0 circle hook 3′ under a cork (bobber) is casted in the frenzie in backcountry waters, along our coastline and barrier islands. YOU TOO CAN GET HOOKED UP! Redfish are moving from place to place in their normal pattern, Snook are available and HUNGRY, Trout are doing their normal thing, the weather is right and the time is NOW!! Call me or fill out the contact us form below to speak with me, a full time professional saltwater sport fishing guide with a lifetime of local knowledge. Come and fish with the best charter captain while visiting on vacation, business or a local resident! BENT RODS AND SCREAMING DRAGS…. LETS'S GO FISHING :-)
Clearwater Fishing Forecast:
With the passing of the new (dark) moon and it now waxing, fishing will really heat up! Tidal flow and lunar effects on the fish will send them into an all out feeding frenzy. So far cold fronts have been mild allowing light jackets in the morning and tee shirt and shorts just after noon!!
snook,redfish,trout,grouper,snapper,king mackerel,spanish mackerel
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