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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jim Klopfer


2019-03-16
8:32 AM

sheepshead and king and Spanish mackerel in Sarasota - The sheepshead bite remains strong in both Big Sarasota Pass, New Pass, and surrounding docks and bridges. Live or frozen shrimp fished on the bottom worked well. Most of the fish were in the 2lb range, with some larger ones mixed in. Small Sp more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2019-03-02
8:31 AM

Sdeady sheepshead bite in Sarasota - Sheepshead were caught around structure in Sarasota Bay and on the artificial reefs in the inshore Gulf of Mexico. This has been the most consistent bite for the last few weeks. Live shrimp caught them along with a few mangrove snapper. Docks and str more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2019-02-22
6:05 AM

Steady sheepshead bite in Sarasota - The best bite in Sarasota Bay right now is sheepshead. These tasty saltwater panfish are hitting live and freshly frozen shrimp under docks, bridges and around submerged structure. Most of the fish were decent sized, over 14″ or so. Mangrove more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2019-01-31
2:08 PM

Winter fishing patterns hold in Sarasota - Winter fishing patterns continue in Sarasota. The best two patterns have been fishing docks with live shrimp for sheepshead and black drum and casting plugs and jigs in creeks and rivers for jack crevalle and snook. Docks in 8′ to 10′ o more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2019-01-05
4:25 PM

Jacks and sheepshead in Sarasota - Fishing has been fair over the last two weeks. Fishing pressure was high due to the Christmas traffic and we are still rebounding from the red tide. Sheepshead showed up under docks and around structure near the passes. We caught them and mangrove more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2019-01-01
11:09 AM

Fair fishing in Sarasota over Christmas - Fishing has been fair over the Christmas holiday. The area south of Siesta Drive to Blackburn Pt has been the best area. Sheepshead are around docks and other structure, along with black drum. They took live and frozen shrimp. Ladyfish hit jigs in de more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2018-12-16
7:43 AM

Decent Sarasota river snook fishing - I ran four trips to the Myakka River and Braden River this past week. Action was decent, though we had to work for the fish. Snook and jack crevelle hit #10 gold Rapala X-Rap plugs and white Gulp jerk worms on a 1/8 ounce jig head. We landed fish o more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2018-11-18
1:37 PM

Steady bite in Sarasota, despite red tide. - Red tide is still a bit persistent in Sarasota Bay. However, the area south of Siesta Drive down to Blackburn Point continues to provide the fish with a bit of a refuge area as the water is much better. Snook and jack crevelle are being caught on l more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2018-10-21
5:41 PM

Good snook fishing in SArasota! - Fishing was fantastic this week! I got out four days, taking a mixture of clients and friends. The snook bite was on fire all along Siesta Key. Snook to 34 inches were landed this week and several were hooked that we could not handle. A few the fish more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2018-10-13
5:48 PM

Snook, jacks, and snapper in Sarasota - The red tide levels are the lowest that they have been for two months. Bait fish are showing up on the flats near the passes. Clients on Sarasota fishing charters did well fishing Robert's Bay and Little Sarasota Bay. Snook, jack crevelle, and man more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota

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