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and Fishing Guides throughout the State of Florida, The Keys, and Bahamas. 
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back country or flyfishing, for bass, trout, marlin or tarpon, 
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              Fishing Reports  --  SOUTHWEST  FLORIDA       (Back to top)

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Captain Becky Campbell ~ Everglades City, Florida
Rather Be Fishing Charters
Ph# 239-695-2029      Cell# 727-709-1375    email: captainbecky709@aol.com

Check back for reports from Captain Becky.

 

 

 

             Fishing Reports --  WEST CENTRAL,  FLORIDA     (Back to top)

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Rodbender Fishing Charters  
Fishing from Sarasota and surrounding areas ....  
w
ith Captain Scott Green

Rodbender Sport fishing, Sarasota FL

Equipment, Bait, Ice and Fishing License Provided

Offshore and Inshore
Fishing For All Species

Families Welcome

Call us Today
(941) 320-8171

Email Captain Scott Green

Visit our Website:  www.sarasotafishingcharter.com

Captain Scott Green Rodbender Sportfishing, Sarasota FL

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Captain Terry Frankford    --   Sarasota         
Reelin & Chillin Charters Inc.

941-228-7802 ~ e-mail - terry.frankford@verizon.net

 

Captain Rich Knox - Florida Gulf Coast

Absolute Florida Flats Fishing
727-376-8809 or 800-890-9373
July 9, 2015 

 

Tarpon Springs Fishing Guide Capt. Rich Knox reports with the flats water temperatures hovering at 89* F and higher the fish have been found in deeper waters, the beach and any kind of structure out there like downed trees or rock piles and jetties are holding some fish !  At the same time you can scan the horizon for some Tarpon returning from the Full-Moon spawn. Early morning or late evening are when the fish are most active, and they usually won't chase a fresh caught bait fish for long, cut the tail partially off the pilchards if you find some decent size one's, pinfish and pigfish or grunts also work well over the sand for Snook, Redfish, and just maybe a Trout, the Tarpon returning will eat the pilchard's when placed in the strike zone. There are plenty of Black-Tip Shark's and other variety around that like cut bait of almost any kind, I like to sight fish them on the sand bars with a live finger silver mullet, just cast out in front of the Shark he'll find it quickly , use a small piece of #9-12 wire tied to a 4-5 foot piece of 50-60 lb. fluorocarbon using the blood knot. Evening is also another good time to get out and do some fishing with long day's we are experiencing !!  weather is important to keep close eye on due to our morning, afternoon and evening thunderstorms.  Gag grouper fishing is now open to keep fish 22" and  over, they will be found from 35' of  water  on out on your favorite GPS # or if you mark a good bottom on your Sonar, while you’re out there the kids can enjoy catching Gray Snapper or Big Grunts 2 at a time !                                            

Capt. Rich Knox

Absolute Florida Flats Fishing

www.captrichknox.com  



 

 

 

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