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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jim Klopfer


2020-01-11
8:42 AM

Creeks and rivers produced snook and jacks in Sarasota - I spent all of my time fishing rivers, creeks, and canals this week. Two trips to the Manatee River produced small to medium sized snook for fly anglers casting chartreuse over white Clouser Minnow patterns. Later in the week I fished in Sarasota Bay more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2020-01-04
9:20 AM

Good mixed bag action in Sarasota! - Fishing was good this first week of 2020! Clients on Sarasota fishing charters caught a variety of species using different techniques. The best bite in Sarasota Bay has been pompano in the passes and out on the flats. Small jigs produced the best, an more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2019-12-29
9:03 AM

Pompano and big jacks in Sarasota - Action on the deep grass flats was hot early in the week as a severe front approached. Trout to 22″, pompano, Spanish mackerel, bluefish, jacks, ladyfish, grouper, ladyfish, and other species hit jigs over grass in water between 4′ deep a more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2019-12-21
1:08 PM

Wind made for challenging conditions in Sarasota - Wind was a bit of an issue this week for clients on Sarasota fishing charters. The deep grass flats at Stephen's Pt and Middlegrounds produced a wide variety of species. Speckled trout, bluefish, Spanish mackerel, jacks, ladyfish, and more hit Gulp! more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2019-12-14
7:35 AM

Good pompano bite in Sarasota! - The big news this week was the increase in pompano that showed up throughout the area. Pompano are one of the most desirable species, both for their hard fighting abilities and their incredible flavor. Pompano are fantastic eating! Small jigs bounced more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2019-12-07
8:14 AM

Good fall action in Sarasota - Action in Sarasota Bay has been very good! The deep grass flats north of New Pass provided clients casting jigs and flies with a variety of species. Spanish mackerel, speckled trout, pompano, bluefish, jacks, grouper, and ladyfish kept the rods bent. more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


2019-11-25
8:12 AM

Good action on decent sized bluefish in Sarasota! - The best bite the last two weeks has been on the deep grass flats. Bluefish to 5 pounds, Spanish mackerel to 3 pounds, pompano, speckled trout, grouper, sea bass, jacks, ladyfish, and other species hit Bass Assassin baits and Gulp Shrimp on a 1/4 oun more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota


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

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