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Spring fishing is about to roar in.....

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Spring fishing is about to roar in.....

Postby Current Adventure Charter » Fri Mar 14, 2008 1:06 pm


Welcome everyone!!!

It's March and like the roaring winds of March, the spring fishing is about to roar in. I have the boats on the hill at the moment getting some last minute service work, but soon I'll be back on the water ready to serve you with some great fishing trips.

Whether your quest is chasing Redfish on the flats, the hard, reel screaming runs of the King Mackerel, or anything in between, I can put you on the fish.

Water temperatures are quickly approaching 60 degress and soon the Atlantic and backwaters will be alive with fish waiting to be caught. Late March and early April should bring the much awaited arrival of the Atlantic Bonito. These hard fighting members of the Tuna family are a blast on light spinning tackle, not to mention great table fare. They will be followed by and or joined by the spring Bluefish run.

Late April into early May will bring the King Mackerel Image into the inshore waters as well as their smaller cousin the Spanish Mackerel.

Late May and June will bring the highly anticipated arrival of the Dolphin fish (a.k.a. Mahi Mahi). Image These fish are a big draw every year for their spectacular jumps, hard fights and not to mention they are great on the dinnner table. Mahi trips book quickly every year, so if you are interested in a Mahi trip, call quickly to make you reservations for the best dates.

There will be great fishing to be had all spring, summer and fall, so make plans to visit us and call to book you trips today.
Capt. Brent Stanley
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