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Fishing Reports by Capt. Nick Czerok


2019-08-20
11:32 AM

Ponce Inlet Offshore Fishing Report - Just because red snapper is out of harvest season doesn't mean you can't catch them. They are great fighters, great for pictures and when vented correctly they have a high percent recovery rate. We have caught these guys anywhere from 3 miles from s more...
Capt. Nick Czerok - Ponce Inlet


2019-08-13
9:57 AM

Ponce Inlet Offshore Fishing Report - Great weekend of fishing out of Ponce. The water clarity and temperature are ideal for both bottom fishing as well as trolling. King mackerel and bonitas are plenty at almost any depth. However if you want dinner there's nothing better than bottom more...
Capt. Nick Czerok - Ponce Inlet


2019-08-07
6:31 PM

Ponce Inlet Offshore Fishing Report - Ponce Inlet fishing has been excellent this season. We've had a large variety of species biting on the bottom. We caught record size trigger fish, mangrove snapper, red eyes and of course red snapper. Trolling has been a hit and miss but when they do more...
Capt. Nick Czerok - Ponce Inlet


2019-07-30
10:06 AM

Ponce Inlet Offshore Fishing Report - With the red snapper season being over we can finally have some fishing room on the Atlantic. Red snapper season however short is always a success. We only get 5 days in our area, every single boat that went out limited out in a matter of minutes. Th more...
Capt. Nick Czerok - Ponce Inlet


2019-07-26
7:41 PM

Ponce Inlet Offshore Fishing Report - It's always shark week out of ponce, especially this season. They can be found just about in any depth of water. Anywhere from the beach all the way to 300′. Although all sharks on our charters are catch and release only, they are great fight more...
Capt. Nick Czerok - Ponce Inlet


2019-07-02
8:19 AM

Ponce Inlet Offshore Fishing Report - Offshore fishing out of Ponce Inlet has been a bit challenging to say the least. Trolling has been slow so we are mostly bottom fishing. That never seems to disappoint. Red eye snapper, trigger fish, sea bass and of course your classic red snapper h more...
Capt. Nick Czerok - Ponce Inlet


2019-06-11
12:15 PM

Tomoka Basin Fishing Report - The Tomoka Basin fishing has been incredible for the last few weeks and this week didn't disappoint. Took a young man and his dad out for some action and it was non stop all day. His dad told me he has never caught a snook and wanting one real bad. 8 more...
Capt. Nick Czerok - Ormond Beach


2019-06-06
5:14 PM

Tomoka River Fishing Report - The Tomoka river basin fishing continues to be excellent. We had plenty of snook action, some smaller redfish and tons of jacks. Live shrimp on a jig head dragged across the bottom seems to be the ticket for the best bites. However Gulp Live shrimp more...
Capt. Nick Czerok - Ormond Beach


2019-05-28
10:38 PM

Tomoka River Basin Fishing Report - Tomoka river Basin is providing some exceptional flats fishing. With the clear water moving in and water temps consistent its holding all kinds of inshore species. Red fish are plenty, snook are hot and plenty of jacks around to bend some rods. If y more...
Capt. Nick Czerok - St. Johns River


2019-04-30
3:21 PM

Ponce Inlet Offshore Fishing Report - Ponce inlet fishing continues to be hot. Mostly bottom fishing is where the action is. Double rigs for reef fish will have you exhausted in no time. Big red snapper are always a blast to fight and don't forget grouper season opens up May 1st. Ca more...
Capt. Nick Czerok - Ponce Inlet

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