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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jim Klopfer


2021-11-20
7:28 AM

Good action on snook and jacks in Sarasota - I mixed it up a bit this week on my Sarasota fishing charters. My clients spent most of the time casting Rapala X-Raps and flies for snook, jacks, and other species. A )* white (Ghost) X-Rap did well on snook and jacks in area creeks and residential more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2021-11-13
7:19 AM

Pompano showing up in Sarasota - Fishing was decent this week, though clients did not catch anything particularly large. The best bite was in the passes and at the Middlegrounds. In both passes, Spanish mackerel averaging a pound and a half hit jigs and spoons. There were plenty of more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2021-10-23
7:10 AM

Jacks providing fun action in Sarasota! - I am heading out on vacation, this will be the last report for a few weeks! I ran 4 fishing charters once again this week, which is really what I try to limit it to as I get a bit older. Fishing was decent, though unspectacular. The best action was more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2021-10-09
8:27 AM

Good surface action in Sarasota! - Sarasota fishing report 10/9: Fishing was good this week, with clients experiencing both action and variety. Virtually all the fish were caught on artificial lures, other than the last hour on a trip early in the week. Schools of breaking fish, (f more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2021-10-02
9:33 AM

Big Spanish mackerel in Sarasota - The best bite this week for my clients was nice-sized Spanish mackerel. They were landed on the deep grass flats, in the passes, and out on the beach over the inshore reefs and around bait schools. Most of them were caught on bait fish while chumming more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2021-09-25
7:43 AM

Mackerel showing up off Sarasota beaches - Sarasota fishing report 9/25: The best action for me on charters this week was the mouth of the passes and in the inshore Gulf of Mexico. The jig bite was fair first thing in the morning on the deeper flats north of New Pass. Jigs produce a few trout more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2021-09-18
7:35 AM

Action slowed a bit in Sarasota - Fishing was not quite as good for me this week, for whatever reason. Jigs produced some trout, jacks, bluefish, and ladyfish, but not in big numbers. Bait was easy to catch, however heavy chumming at the normal spots around both passes never got the more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2021-09-11
12:10 PM

Big mackerel showing up in Sarasota Bay - Fishing was steady this week for clients fishing the deep grass flats in Sarasota Bay. Jigs provided most of the action, producing speckled trout to 22, mackerel, ladyfish, bluefish, quite a few jacks, grouper, sharks, and other species. Bait was pl more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2021-08-28
7:28 AM

Fishing improves in Sarasota as red tide clears out - 8/21/2021:  It has been hot and humid in Sarasota this week! The lack of wind made the bite a little bit spotty. Also, there is still some patchy red tide around, especially near the passes. However, persistent anglers caught fish casting Gulp Shrimp more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2021-08-21
7:59 AM

Early morning fishing best in Sarasota Bay - It has been hot and humid in Sarasota this week! The lack of wind made the bite a little bit spotty. Also, there is still some patchy red tide around, especially near the passes. However, persistent anglers caught fish casting Gulp Shrimp on a jig he more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota

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