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Captain Brant Peacher Fishing report

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Captain Brant Peacher Fishing report

Postby Capt Brant Peacher » Fri Aug 21, 2009 1:07 pm

Hi guys,

I have been a long time reader so I thought I would post a report. I am an inshore fishing Guide in Pensacola Florida but I get up to the Great Lakes Region once a year to fish. I do it for my own personal enjoyment. Running a fishing business on the Florida coast is very tiring. Traveling to you guys region is a very relaxing vacation!

For those of you that are interested I would like to share a few reports from my area with you. Hopefully they will benefit you if you ever decide to vacation down my way.

Fishing throughout the summer has been red hot! We have had an outstanding trout summer in Pensacola. We are catching the trout on chartruse Mirrodine lurers, chug bugs, and Berkely Gulp! As the temperatures start to drop the redfish will move onto the flats and that's when the fishing really gets fun! We have already started catching a few. This summers king mackerel bite has been outstanding as well. Most all the kings are being caught in live cigar minnows.

Here are a few pics for your enjoyment..

Capt Brant Peacher
Emerald Coast Fishing Excursions
More happy customers
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Nice mixed bag!
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Father and Son double hookup!
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Happy customers
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