The last few days have been awesome! The Trout bite has picked back up and the Tripletail and Sharks have been cooperative as well. The Cobia are showing up out on the reefs as well. We’ve been doing great on my recent charters by mixing it up and doing a little bit of Trout fishing before heading out for either some Tripletail fishing or Shark fishing. The Shark fishing has been very consistent and of the 20 or more fish that we have hooked up with recently I would say that only 2 were under 100 pounds! The baitfish are..
My customer Mike and I headed out for some inshore fishing and Tripletail fishing today. The Trout weren’t really cooperating and we were catching some Ladyfish and Bluefish with one Sheepshead mixed in so we decided to head out and get after some Tripletail. The ocean was flat calm and there wasn’t a cloud in the sky. It didn’t take us long to start seeing some fish and we put two keepers in the boat in no time. The fish were popping up everywhere and we were able to get some great..
Today I had 4 seasoned anglers on the boat for some Shark fishing and Tripletail fishing. We had a great day for Sharks but the Tripletail beat us like a red headed step child. Let’s just get the bad part over with first… We had some great conditions for Tripletail fishing but after looking for them for about an hour and a half we had only seen 8 or so and none of them wanted to cooperate. We had some success Shark fishing earlier..
We’ve been able to get out there and see some Tripletail recently and we finally got some great weather to be able to get into them yesterday. My anglers were able to get about 5 of them to take the bait and the overall quality was excellent. I haven’t seen a lot of small fish at all this year, but they will probably show up as the weather warms. The next few days look a little windy and wet but the first of next week should provide some decent weather to get back out there after them. I can’t wait!
The weather has tried its best to keep us tied up at the dock but we have managed to get out there in spite of it. Those that have been willing to brave a little wind have been rewarded with some awesome Trout topping 20 inches. This is the best time of year to catch big Trout and to sweeten the pot the Tripletail have finally arrived in good enough numbers to make it worth fishing for them. During a couple of days that the wind didn’t blow we got out there to do some sight fishing for the Tripletail..
The last few days have brought some lousy weather but the fishing has been excellent! The Trout bite has picked up tremendously and many people are bringing in limits. The best part about it is that the fish are coming from a broad area which makes me very confident that we will have a great Spring and Summer season. Yesterday I went offshore with Mark and Scott from California. We weren’t sure how the weather was going to effect us so we fished our way out. The first reef we came to produced a lot of Sea Bass and Summer..
The fishing has been pretty good for the last couple of days. The reef is still holding plenty of Summer Trout as well as Sea Bass. The Bull Reds have moved into the beaches and are being caught around the breakers and sandbars just in front of the island. And the inshore fishing has had a slight up-tick as well. The good news for anyone that is looking to fish over the next couple of weeks is that we should see the spring explosion any day now. The water temperature got up to 63 yesterday and the saying goes “everything..
I’m sorry that I haven’t been posting as often as normal but my schedule has been very full running two and three trips a day lately. I wanted to use this day of bad weather to catch up and get a fishing report out there to update everyone on what has been happening. The reef 1o miles offshore of St. Simons Island has produced a really great bite but the average quality of the fish is pretty low. There are some mondo Sea Bass and plenty of Summer Trout. We are still catching the Bull Redfish as well. One of..
Man what a great day at the reef! I had two groups today and when I spoke to each group on the phone when they booked their trip they told me that they just wanted to catch A LOT of fish and didn’t care about keeping any. I had some reef fishing in mind so I told them that it was nothing to catch over 150 fish in a half day trip. Well, I think they thought I was telling them a fish tale but… they found out that I underestimated the bite we would find. All in all between..