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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jim Klopfer


2019-11-06
6:53 AM

Good action off of Sarasota beaches! - The best bite of late has been in the inshore Gulf of Mexico. Large Spanish mackerel have moved in and are being caught within a couple miles from the beach. Trolling and free lining live baits worked best. The fish were not found feeding on the su more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2019-10-26
11:16 AM

Decent action in Sarasota despite warm, windy conditions - Weather has been an issue the last couple of weeks. A harsh rain storm, persistent east winds, and unusually warm temperatures made fishing a bit challenging. The best bite continued to be the deep grass flats. Spanish mackerel to 2 1/2 pounds, bluef more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2019-09-17
3:38 PM

Fast summer action in Sarasota! - This will be my last report for a couple of weeks as I am heading to the NC mountains to terrorize the smallmouth bass and trout!  LOL  I had a charter today with my local regular clients Doc and John.  Action was steady for the 6 hours we fishing wi more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2019-09-02
2:53 PM

Good bite in Sarasota before the storm - Between vacation and some rain, it has been a while since I posted a Sarasota fishing report. Action continued to be very good on the deep grass flats in Sarasota Bay. The water is a bit less murky north of New Pass. Anglers casting Bass Assassin Sea more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2019-08-10
8:38 AM

Steady action in Sarasota between storms - Fishing continued to be good on the deep grass flats in north Sarasota Bay, though we did have to deal with storms early in the week. The flats north of New Pass were the most productive. Clients on Sarasota fishing charters caught bluefish, speckled more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2019-08-03
8:07 AM

Good summer flats action in Sarasota - Anglers on Sarasota fishing charters experienced good action on a variety of species this week. Once again, the best bite was on the deep grass flats. Afternoon showers have the water temperature around 85 degrees, which is good for this time of year more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2019-07-20
7:16 AM

Steady action early in the morning in SArasota - Fishing has been good on the deep grass flats in Sarasota Bay of late. Our daily rains have begun which cools the water just a bit. Water temperature averaged 85 degrees or so. That makes a big difference over 88-90 degrees! Fish were actively feedin more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2019-07-06
7:35 AM

Passes and flats provide action in Sarasota - I took the end of the week off as the 4Th of July festivities kind of take over the town. Action was steady this week, though we had one morning that was breezy and the fishing a bit slow. The best spots this week were Stephen's Pt. and Big Sarasot more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2019-06-29
8:32 AM

Good action in Sarasota, despite the heat. - Despite water temperatures in the upper 80's, fishing was very good this week. Getting out there early was important! The deep grass flats yielded speckled trout, Spanish mackerel, pompano, bluefish, jacks, grouper, snapper, and ladyfish. Most of more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2019-06-22
8:35 AM

Steady bite on the deep flats in Sarasota - Once again, the best bite has been on the deep grass flats in north Sarasota Bay. Just about every frat with submerged grass in 6' to 8' of water held fish. There was a lot of bait fish that accounted for the good fishing. Anglers casting Bass Assass more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota

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