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Apalachicola - St George Island Fishing November 07 Forecast

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Apalachicola - St George Island Fishing November 07 Forecast

Postby Captain Dwayne Allen » Wed Oct 31, 2007 1:47 pm

Wonderful Fall Fishing!
By Sandra Allen

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The 44th annual Florida Seafood festival(the oldest in the state) will be held November 2nd and 3rd at Battery Park located in Apalachicola FL (at the foot of the Apalachicola Bridge). This year there will be live entertainment, a parade, food of all sorts, arts and craft venders. This years entertainer will be Sammy Kershaw!

For more information please visit the website http://www.floridaseafoodfestival.com

We would love to see you there!

Of course, we have boats available for those that would rather fish, than be amongst the crowd.

Now to the fishing report!

The Inshore fishing this time of year has been exactly as we predicted-Excellent so far!

We expect the fishing to be wonderful through November and into December…

Remember, just because it’s getting cooler doesn’t mean that the fishing has cooled off. It simply means that the waters are cooling, the nights are getting longer and the fish are trying to feed up for the winter… Yes, even in the winter you can still catch fish in the Apalachicola Bay, they just seem to be a little slower to react to your bait…

So, if you want to get in on some excellent fall fishing before winter sets in, give us a call.

We do have boats open and ready to go!

Inshore…. Grab your hats, call your buddies and come on down!

The fishing in general has been very good especially when the winds will slow down long enough to allow us to go "spot checking."

Speckled Trout and redfish action has been HOT! With the weather seeming to be 2-3 weeks behind schedule in temperature we are expecting the excellent fishing to continue into December with the right conditions... Of course cold fronts and wind patterns can create an occasional slow day, THAT'S FISHING! Water temps are just cooling off, which is what triggers inshore species to feed up(and redfish & flounder to spawn) for the upcoming winter season... We have also been catching some really nice flounder, blackdrum and sheepshead. Go to the Book Me A Charter photo album for a daily posting of the fish that we have been catching. You will notice that there are many photos that have “LIMIT CAUGHT” under the photo that would tell you one thing… The fishing has been fantastic inshore!

We will be offering Flounder gigging charters through out November-depending on the weather.

Offshore... We expect the offshore fishing to be fair to good in the fall for grouper, triggerfish and snapper (however note all red snapper have to be thrown back because of closed season.) We are able to keep other snapper such as lane, white and grey snapper. During the fall, the weather is a big factor for offshore fishing. The fall winds tend to blow for days then calm in a matter of hours, sometimes even though the winds have calmed, the waters may still be rough- it takes a while for the waters to calm after a few days of heavy winds and surf. On those days when the weather will allow us to venture offshore expect to catch a mixed bag of offshore dwellers.

If you’re looking for experienced, friendly, native guides give us a call 850-653-2622 or locate us on the web at www.BookMeACharter.com

We’d love to take you fishing in our back yard!

Sandra Allen
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email: info@BookMeACharter.com
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Postby RudyGomez » Wed Oct 31, 2007 6:08 pm

Thanks for the report!

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