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Capt. Greg’s Space Coast Fishing Report – October 2022

Capt. Greg’s Space Coast Fishing Report – October 2022

Port Canaveral, Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach, and Orlando It’s going to be a challenging October. Passing storms are going to keep sea conditions up and our water trashed to at least the Gulf Stream. The few calm days in between will provide what I like to call big risk, big reward fishing. The risk is… Continue Reading

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Capt. Greg’s Space Coast Fishing Report – October 2022

Capt. Greg’s Space Coast Fishing Report – October 2022

Port Canaveral, Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach, and Orlando It’s going to be a challenging October. Passing storms are going to keep sea conditions up and our water trashed to at least the Gulf Stream. The few calm days in between will provide what I like to call big risk, big reward fishing. The risk is… Continue Reading

Captains Skylar’s Mad Beach Fishing Report – October 2022

Captains Skylar’s Mad Beach Fishing Report – October 2022

Hurricane Ian was forecasted with nearly every model in the days leading up to landfall in Florida, to rip right through the heart of Tampa Bay. Within the last 3 days of landfall the forecast began to shift slightly more and more south. While this was a blessing for the bay area, it was a… Continue Reading

We Went Fishing For Trash

We Went Fishing For Trash

Fishing for Trash This past Saturday, September 17th, was the inaugural Madeira Beach Amphibious Trash Round Up.  So what does the “Amphibious” in this instance mean? Well, it means we scoured both water and land for trash. Old Salt Fishing Foundation partnered up with the City of Madeira Beach to have a trash clean up… Continue Reading

Captains Skylar’s Mad Beach Fishing Report – September 2022

Captains Skylar’s Mad Beach Fishing Report – September 2022

September has begun with a number of lengthy storms, in addition to the more typical afternoon showers that are par for the course for summers here in Florida. Therefore, be sure to continually check the forecasts prior to your trip and continually check in on live radar apps such as MyRadar, while on the water.… Continue Reading

Capt. Greg’s Space Coast Fishing Report – September 2022

Capt. Greg’s Space Coast Fishing Report – September 2022

Port Canaveral, Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach, and Orlando Can you change with the times? The last few years has definitely showed a shift in traditional fishing patterns for our area, but this year has been the most extreme for sure. The flat calm summer and east fishing June and July historically provided was plagued with… Continue Reading

Creamy Poblano Red Grouper Tacos

Creamy Poblano Red Grouper Tacos

Grouper… it’s the real reason some folk come to Florida, at all. We have 20 plus common varieties inhabiting shallow, mid-depth and deep waters. Red Grouper swims in the 50-100′ range and is one of the favorites in many, many kitchens for its mild, slightly sweet taste. Couple this with a savory Poblano foundation and… Continue Reading

Captains Skylar’s Mad Beach Fishing Report – August 2022

Captains Skylar’s Mad Beach Fishing Report – August 2022

August is upon us and that means we still have another 2 months of hot weather and high water temps. The afternoon rain storms have helped keep the water temps from remaining too long in the blistering 90’s, although still holding in the mid-high 80’s. During the spells of high water temps, it is best… Continue Reading

Capt. Greg’s Space Coast Fishing Report – August 2022

Capt. Greg’s Space Coast Fishing Report – August 2022

Port Canaveral, Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach, and Orlando It might be the hottest time of the year but it is time to think cold. Thermocline fishing is upon us, so we have to fish based on the way fish react to it. Thermocline is when the water at the bottom gets really cold. This causes… Continue Reading

Captains Skylar’s Mad Beach Fishing Report – July 2022

Captains Skylar’s Mad Beach Fishing Report – July 2022

The tides to start July have been sluggish and with the water sitting at a steady 90 degrees, the lack of oxygen has made for a tough inshore bite. These lackluster tides have come in in the wakeof June’s full and new moons, which createdstellar bites both inshore, and off the beach for Tarpon, for… Continue Reading

Capt. Greg’s Space Coast Fishing Report – July 2022

Capt. Greg’s Space Coast Fishing Report – July 2022

Port Canaveral, Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach, and Orlando July is here and the conditions will test even the most cool, calm and collected of captains. It is crazy to think that some of the calmest days of the year can bring the most adversity. The key to success is being flexible and appreciative. Live bait… Continue Reading

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