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Capt. Travis Tampa Bay Fishing Report – January 2022

Capt. Travis Tampa Bay Fishing Report – January 2022

Happy New Year fish friends. 2022 is off and running It seems the older I get the faster the years fly by. When I stop to think about all the good times, I always get rejuvenated for another fresh start and writing the next chapter in the book. After closing out 2021 with a warm… Continue Reading

Captains Skylar’s Mad Beach Fishing Report – January 2022

Captains Skylar’s Mad Beach Fishing Report – January 2022

January continues the traditional pattern of a cold front just about every 7 days or so. The water ranges from high 50’s, which I haven’t seen yet this season, to about 73 or so, with the water temp hanging around the mid to upper 60’s for most of the month. Planning for these cold front… Continue Reading

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

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

Port Canaveral, Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach, and Orlando A new year, a new approach. This year I’m just bringing the reports simple and raw. I am going to fire out what I think you should be doing each month when fishing out of Port Canaveral and the surrounding area without any fluff. Any wind on… Continue Reading

Captains Skylar’s Mad Beach Fishing Report – December 2021

Captains Skylar’s Mad Beach Fishing Report – December 2021

December begins the month of holiday cheer with Christmas rapidly approaching!The first week of December has given us just about a full week of breathless wind and between 66-69 degree water temps. Inshore and near shore, the visibility has been top to bottom, clear as glass, and slick calm conditions. These are the perfect recipes… Continue Reading

Capt. Travis Tampa Bay Fishing Report – December 2021

Capt. Travis Tampa Bay Fishing Report – December 2021

Weather is the driving force for December fishing Although we have not yet seen any substantial “cold” weather, our bay water temps have finally dropped into the 60’s and our Winter patterns are beginning to show face. In most areas, bait has moved off the shallow flats and has found refuge on the deeper range… Continue Reading

Capt. Greg’s Space Coast Fishing Report – December 2021

Capt. Greg’s Space Coast Fishing Report – December 2021

Port Canaveral, Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach, and Orlando Last Month’s ActionInevitably the North wind had to make its way here and our extended summer had to give way to Winter. Almost all of November was spent nearshore hiding from rough sea conditions. The fishing nearshore was fantastic. Pompano, jack crevalle and lady fish made for… Continue Reading

2021 Fall King of the Beach – Recap

2021 Fall King of the Beach – Recap

Let’s start by setting the stage…. Fish for King and Spanish Mackerel in the Fall months on Florida’s west coast and you are likely to experience what we politely refer to as “kingfishing weather”. For the 28th Annual Old Salt King of the Beach we had kingfishing weather, and then some. So, much so that… Continue Reading

Capt. Travis Tampa Bay Fishing Report – October 2021

Capt. Travis Tampa Bay Fishing Report – October 2021

North winds bring cooler weather and incredible fishing in Tampa Bay. After a long, hot summer, most Floridians welcome November climate changes. Furthermore, our fishery thrives when water temps reach the low 70’s. The battle lately has been high winds keeping the bay pretty rough the last few weeks. Luckily, we have been prepared with… Continue Reading

Capt. Greg’s Space Coast Fishing Report – November 2021

Capt. Greg’s Space Coast Fishing Report – November 2021

Port Canaveral, Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach, and Orlando Last Month’s ActionPut the banner up for October. As good as I have ever seen it nearshore with sharks, red drum, tarpon, goliath grouper, jack crevalle, snook, triple tail and more. Offshore was unreal with cobia, kings, mahi, and stringer fish off the bottom plus a few… Continue Reading

Kayak Queen, Jacinda Rose’s Nature Coast Fishing Report – November 2021

Kayak Queen, Jacinda Rose’s Nature Coast Fishing Report – November 2021

Nature Coast Fishing Report by Jacinda Rose                                                               November, 2021 Inshore fishing on the Nature Coast is really starting to fire up with the cooler weather we’ve been having. The fish are starting to push further into the backwaters. We’ve had a lot of awesome redfish and snook gracing us with their presence, but we’re now… Continue Reading

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