October Fishing Report – Bull Redfish, Inshore Fishing, Tournament News

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I’ve always really liked fishing in October. You get to experience the beginning of the Fall inshore bite and the warm water species are still around. This makes for a variety of options ranging from Bull Redfish, Trout, and smaller Redfish to Sharks, Tripletail, and the occasional Tarpon.

Last month started with a bang but went on to drop some really nasty weather on us towards the end. Usually late September provides some stellar inshore fishing but we were just lucky to get out for a trip here and there.

This month you can expect our focus to be on big spawning Redfish also known as “Bull Reds” as well as some light tackle fishing for Trout, Redfish, and Flounder.

The bull Redfish season has been awesome so far as you can see in these pictures.


This was this young lady’s biggest fish ever! I love it when we set personal records!


We’ve all heard the myths about bananas being bad luck on a boat, but as you can see, they had no effect for this angler! He said that on this trip he caught more fish than the rest of his life combined!


Another young lady that got into some Bull Redfish action while fishing with Capt. Tim (AKA: Dad)





As far as the smaller Redfish go, we had a successful spawn this past season so a lot of smaller Redfish are growing into “fun size” fish now. These are still catch and release fish but they are a lot of fun to catch and when you find them you usually find a lot of them.

Here is my oldest son Jackson with his first Redfish caught just a couple of weeks ago.



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