Latest Northeast Offshore Fishing What's Biting Now

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Current offshore fishing studies from Northeast Florida.


Reports from the Northeast

Florida Sportsman Member: Totally different

Get to know the current offshore stories from the Northeast, together with a ravishing smoker king, some massive dolphins, trigger fish and snapper

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Click on right here to view St.Augustine mahi report
Click right here to see a bottom fishing report.
Click here to see the Mayport snapper report.


Pink Snapper Recap

Florida Sportsman Member: Numerous

Through the ARS Open Season, it appears that evidently anyone might have warned the fish before they simply got here to their first opening week despite the standard presence on the coast. Plainly their luck was gone, despite the fact that many acquired a second open weekend. One boat reported up to 24 snapper in 30 minutes.

Click on right here to view the 8/19 report.
Click on here to see the Fernandina report.
Click on right here for the 8/19 report.
Click on right here to view the 24 snapper 30 in the report.
Click on right here for the 8/18 report.
Click right here to view the 8/17 report.
Click here to view the 8/16 report.
Click on here for the Eight/16 report.


African Pompano and the Kings

Florida Sportsman: Sea-Squatch, Maverick & Sea Parker

Superb catches have been made within the northeast regardless of general fishing. Good massive kings have reeled just lately, and a few surprises for African Pompano. One of the pompans was announced on a flat line, the opposite down. A variety of barracuda has additionally been.

Click on here to see the Sea-Squatch pogie, kingfish and African Pompano report.
Click on right here to see Maverick's kingfish and African pompano report.
Click on right here to see Sea Parker's Kingbuster 400 report.


Get Out There

Florida Sportsman Member: Totally different

Northeast Fishing has lately been troublesome but nonetheless better than sitting at house! See the reviews under

Click right here to see the Knotty Dread Mayport kingfish report.
Click on here to see Guanagator Mayport photographs and triggers the report.
Click here to see the mixed-person Vilano kingfish report
. See the second day within the Dock snapper and tuna report.


Scorching Spur in the Northeast

Florida Sportsman Member: Numerous

A ton of huge studies has come northeast. We will't even put these together. Verify them out to seek out out the easiest way to target your region. In search of a dolphin? Take a look at Shel, the opposite day at Dock, LouD, Sky King and StayinLazy's report. Cobia? See the dontezuma report. Attempt a combined bag? Discover the reviews by LouD and Sky King.

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Click right here to see Shel's Dolphin Report.
Click here to see one other day in Dock's Massive Dolphin Report.

Click on right here to see the Sky King Combined Bag Report.
Click on here to view the StayinLaz Dolphin Report.


Northeast Offshore

Florida Sportsman Member: benchmark & ​​hossmoss

Discover some fishing successes considerably offshore fishing northeast just lately. See the stories under

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Mayport Base Fishing

Florida Sportsman Member: STEEZO

We started pulling 130 ft of every thing that was hungry. It takes more than an hour for the oldest guy of the boat (apparently the most effective eyes) to put the varsity in three to 4. They looked at all the things they threw, but sadly nothing. It was virtually midday and no fish within the box but. We ran over the sign and dropped the squid. One guy was pink and the other had a double keeper trigger. After anchoring, we pulled a bit trigger before the child amberjack appeared. Then we moved slightly west and received b-liners and a few other triggers. The last fish of the day was a real mangrove.

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Huge Wahoo Offshore

Florida Sportsman Member: Firmanjax

We started about 110 ft lengthy and trolled ballyhoo east about 140 ft. We found an space that had a couple of edges and was rotated there. It didn't take too lengthy and we had the first hit, which, after a number of seconds, was doubled. The battle was happening. After about 20 minutes we finally get it shut enough to see it and it didn't deceive. It was large. When the fish is in the boat, everyone seems to be simply upset and observing it. My boyfriend's girlfriend, who places the boat within the chaos of kaffaing, forgets to drive, and Invoice forgot about different fish once I lookup and see one other line that’s going to run the boat. So we manage to straighten the road and to my surprise it is nonetheless on. We start working with the fish quantity two and display it when the hook is pulled out. We continued to circulate this area for some time and we received yet one more weehoo. The large fish didn't fit in my box and I was in an extended bag. It weighed 80 kilos, the most important fish we've ever landed.

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Bottom Fishing Jacksonville

Florida Sportsman Member: JacksonvilleJake

The seas have been lovely all day. We went about 47 kilometers from the bottom of E-NE. We received loads of small sharks. I'm unsure what species they have been, however they have been very annoying. We received two nice snapper. One in Williamson's vertical and the opposite within the Alien jig. Ultimately, he grabbed the drift where we have been pulling a official sailor for dinner. Throughout a brief lunch break, the dolphin pot determined to provide us a go to.

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St. Augustine Wahoo

Florida Sportsman: DoradoDream

We received out early and the enter was not too dangerous, however the seas obtained just a little greater once we drove to the sting. We received strains around 140 ′ and we began to troll to the sting. The water was heat 74-75 and bluish. Not much weeds or flyers. We have been slowly trolling with numerous lures and skirts. We obtained an excellent hit round 9.30 and pulled a small wahoo. I assumed we have been an excellent day. Turned up and down on the edge and 4 hours later we lastly received our second hit and we made one other small waho. Trolled up virtually 15 pm and eventually referred to as it. On the idea of the radio name, someone acquired early within the morning with 80 players and the opposite boats acquired a couple of, nevertheless it doesn't sound like they have been in the hearth. There didn't appear to be a lot bait there

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Epic Wahoo Day

Florida Sportsman Member: zalkire

We stored fishing at this price and at 11.45 we had 13 wahoo squares, including one which was taxed with shark. We trolled in the direction of the identical space where we have been all day, and the clickers began to shoot one by one till all 4 rods have been tight. Quad was on and we have been all actively preventing fish! The rods have to be unpleasant and displaced, and everybody worked collectively. The fish have been close and the other above the rail, followed by one other. The next two adopted and efficiently decided on four-pin. We released the fish above the higher limit and started one of the funniest / cloudy 9 rides on the hill. The trip was an explosion. "Yeah!" The entire was modified on to scale to learn how massive a wahoo was. It exceeded the size with an unimaginable 94 kilos! It was an excellent day that I will always remember.

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Bottom Bumping

Florida Sportsman Member: reeljustice

We went to the bottom of Sunday. We rode out to 100 -125 ′ and left at 7 am, strains around 8:15. We boasted six canine, but two have been keepers. There was only a shorties on the market. We had restrictions on beeliners, a few photographs, a sea bass and a brief grouper. Oh yeah, and about 126 Atlantic purple snapper. These are probably the most invasive endangered species.

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Snapper Trip

Florida Sportsman Member: Knotty Dread

I acquired the anchor hook and dropped the bait. No hits in stay poggles all day, so we moved to frozen sardines. The first drop of sardine and I received 26.5 inches, nine kilos of snapper. Then we continued to catch eight other fish one after another. Most have been between 16-18 inches. We additionally determined to keep a 23.5-inch fish. Nothing is just too massive, but no less than we obtained the limit. The doorway was also athletic. I had to keep on my toes all day.

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Offshore Combined Bag

Florida Sportsman Member: Ditton

We handled the sea about Ponce about 8. We discovered a handful of cobia across the weedline on the best way to the get together. After that, fishing was a bit sluggish, however we managed to catch a handful of red-eye, mutton and sea bass guards. All in all a fantastic day in the water. Most fish have been caught in jigs.

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Fun Day Offshore

Florida Sportsman Member: Pangama

We have been fishing southeast 130 ′. It was an countless exercise all day, triggers, purple porgies, vermillion and pink faction. We also returned small squid with an enormous 20 kilo pink snapper. We determined to attempt to eliminate some cobias, but there was nothing. Even amberjack and "cudas have been gone, however we have been in a position so as to add a couple of vermillions and launch a wreck.

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Mangrove and combined bag

Florida Sportsman Member: Pangaman

it was flat and calm all day long with out storms We did a fast drive 130 '… C. and stopped on the wreck of pipes to see if somebody Kobia hanging "Cudat have been actually dangerous and attacked the stay bait I've anointed the tomb and posted it, it was. hit instantly and obtained this lovely 13 kilo mangrove-snapper.

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Kings are nonetheless shut

Florida Sportsman Member: Sea Snake

I decided to drop the sea slightly deeper, 65 ft and fish a small edge or two. Before I received there, I had a double One of many frozen, one again and so it went. I pull up to the edge with two rows … Bang… Bang. After five or so I lastly obtained to go in search of an excellent strong strike. A few minutes later and this woman came to the gaff vary and to the ice!

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Offshore Combined Bag

Florida Sportsman Member: Surffking

We received 20 miles from the day. The water was by no means more than 110 ′ and the temperature was 78-79 degrees. Water was funky inexperienced colour a lot of the journey out and didn't flip blue up till the 12 mile mark. The squid, the minimize bait and the jigs have been selected weapons, as well as a flat line that didn't odor all day. The most effective thing was simply 13 miles. There we acquired the launch, the large sea bass and the pit-snapper of the pit.

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African Pompano and Others

Florida Sportsman Member: bigslick

We ran a event race and acquired a pair of beelers and a guard launch. We decided to attempt another place before giving up. A free-form frozen cigar was reduce and instantly harvested for fish that was peelable. Once I noticed silver, I noticed that it was African Pompano. After it is eliminated, the second freeline goes out. The wife fought this and acquired it on the boat. We went fishing to the bottom and obtained a fast restriction on the large beeliners and some triggers and the black sailor.

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Kings on the Reef

Florida Sportsman: Tattoo

The weather was good. Trolled reside mills, ribbonfish and frozen cigars between Pop Warner and 9 Mile Reef. Pink / white and black / purple appeared to be the magic of the day and the reside baits for the designers had a flag. Fish weren’t caught on or near the floor. The 9 Mile boats had tons of boat visitors, but Pop Warner was fairly quiet.

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First African Pompano

Florida Sportsman Member: dillon5458

We hooked a double into the mahi. Youngsters, in fact, targeted on kings as a result of they let both escape after a short wrestle. I feel the dolphin warned everyone because there was no chew for the subsequent hour. Moved about half a mile away, and then the enjoyable began. Items forwards and backwards again to the fish. My daughter succeeds in bringing her first African pompanomme. We return and pull a couple of brief kings, then my daughter's hooks to a 30 kilo pompon. Long strains shout, then the brief line goes after it. Lengthy reach out after an amazing bounce, however a short shout. My son grabs the rod identical to a dolphin jumps, struggle. After ten minutes of preventing, he pulls 15 kilos.

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Mayport Base Fishing

Florida Sportsman Member: minnowsnmonsters

The day began nicely. Only driving was clean, however we additionally pulled a nice cobia out of the leather turtle at 110 ′ on the best way to the first place. We have been fishing just some points 120-130 ′ and the areas received the beeliners, a couple of triggers, launched a collection of pink snapper, mangrove, shark and personal greatest consumer. We also had a few free swimming dolphins that met the ice and missed a few photographs for other cobias that appeared and went as fast.

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First Cobia

Florida Sportsman Member: staugpinoy

Last week we have now gone back to the recent fish chew, however all by-catches of lifeless fish from shrimp boats have dropped to chew. We swam from Eight to 12 and never even one chew! We went and went to the shrimp boat when my daughter calmly stated, "Oh look, two cobias," and all the chaos awakens to get the bait for them. I used a 5 / o circular hook with 50 pounds of leader, two ounces of egg-dipper and 40 kilos of pound.

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Beast Blackfin

Florida Sportsman Member: Spongking

 Beast Blackfin

All three of us have been lively to see if any fish was roaming. Finally, we decided to place a free-form bait out. About 20 minutes later it begins shouting.

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Mayport Madness

Florida Sportsman Member: Benchmark

 Mayport

With our renewed enthusiasm, you ate and picked up our subsequent three hours. The youngsters labored exhausting on the fish and had to group a couple of. Several hooks, sails and plenty of mahi canine from all factors.

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Offshore Combined Bag

Florida Sportsman Member: Let's Go Amigo

 Offshore Mixed Bag

We obtained some nice triggers, beelineers, and bass. Tried to troll with weeds with out takers. We noticed some nice blackfins jumps and one dolphin came into the boat.

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Offshore St. Augustine Success

Florida Sportsman Member: Shel

 Offshore St. Augustine

We finally received the first chew and put the first mahi on the boat. The operation was pretty secure for the subsequent four hours. We had a number of double hooks, but we all the time ended up dropping one other fish.

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Mayport Triggers Abound

A member of the Florida Sportsman: Let Go Amigo

 Mayport triggers

The water was lastly cleaned and fished at 150 & # 39; . We decided on the day 41 with a shutter, six beeliner, some pinks, a big sandalwood and a unicorn leather jacket.

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Offshore Jacksonville Mahi

Florida Sportsman Member: 60/40

 Jacksonville Mahi

Out of Jacksonville Friday. We put our line on 140 ft and twisted. We went over to ballyho and received one dolphin cedar plug.

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Fernandina Offshore Reef Selection

Florida Sportsman Member: dillon5458

 Fernandina Offshore Reef

Three totally different points have been caught on the KBY reef for about three hours. We solely discovered one brief sheep, however we loaded the boat with some of our largest litters. They are fats. My wife took a pleasant drum. All in all, great day, glad youngsters and wife.

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Jacksonville Offshore Combined Bag

Florida Sportsman Member: troutdiggler

 Jacksonville Offshore

We have been anchored to verify lying and see if we might deliver the fish to us. Simply before the anchor is pulled, the three bars are bent! I'm considering of snapper, nevertheless it didn't battle like one. Three good bulls break the surface!

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St. Augustine Snapper Are Hungry

Florida Sportsman Member: capcioffi

 St. Augustine Snapper

We went to 2 totally different areas and acquired three photographs, 4 purple eyes and over 40 snapper. I imply, things eat small squid two to 3 inches brief to cut small making an attempt to get a shot and vermilion. Snapper was eating the boards earlier than we might get to the bottom and the bigger the bait, the larger the snapper.

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Mayport Sea Bass and Snapper

Member of Florida Sportsman: Massive Bend Brian

 Mayport Sea Bass

Squid and Artificial Synthetic Black Sea Bass. Sardines, squid and minimize bait for a pink snapper. 70 meter floor water temperature 61˚F. Flat as a pancake all day, infinite action, morning temperature started to rise to 52˚F within the 70s.

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Submerged combined bag

Florida Sportsman member: capcioffi

 Bottom fishing

Noticed Bonito who spun the surface and threw a jig and hooked. It was fun to catch Chandler on the rod and reel as a result of the fish made some secure small runs. I assumed the rod was going over the ferry, but Chandler stored that smile in fishing for all the fishermen.

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Bottom fishing choice

Florida Sportsman Member: arunram

 bottom fishing

We had an enormous day with 4 teams (three gags and a stamp) zillion pink snapper, beeliners, pinkies, sea bass, triggers and AJs A bunch of fish have been caught underneath the wahoo model Massive eye Jig.

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Trolling and Backside Fishing

Florida Sportsman Member: dillon5458

 Trolling and Bottom Fishing

We made a pleasant tuna cigar with a plug and large cuda. Then we decided to attempt the bottom and pulled a ship with an 18-inch vermillion snapper, some amberjacks and by no means an invisible Atlantic purple snapper.

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St. Augustine Variety

Florida Sportsman Member: JaxJosh

 St. Augustine Variety
We began with about 150 ft of water. Good circumstances and not too massive currents. The triggers have been within the hearth along with the pink and large beeline gadgets. By the top of the day we had over 70 massive fats. The chewing was additionally mutton and mango. Amberjack was as thick as thieves.

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Jacksonville Combined Bag

Florida Sportsman Member: Debart

 Jacksonville Mixed Bag

Loads of pink snapper. We acquired a couple of decks of sea bass and finger poles. We also had an incredible twilight shark that came out of anything and attacked the piggy snapper, which was virtually on the surface. My son pulled these two guys up.

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Pink Snappers: No Keepers

Florida Sportsman Member: avetjx

 Red Snapper

We had many endangered reds as we speak shock. greatest east coast 19 kg. At this time, my son and I sailed over 75 pounds of tasty fish and went residence with out fish in the box. I’ve also asked for the first Goliath, so it was an excellent day of fishing.

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Northeast Offshore

Florida Sportsman Member: Forged & Blast

With the first drop of Steff, he was locked into an enormous one. Hunter and I have been both doing our part to maintain him pulled overboard. This fish took a couple of nice runs by pulling within the lock pretty good. We thought it was AJ or Cobia with which it went off the boat. Once we noticed the colour, we knew he had an enormous purple snapper.

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Household Journey

Florida Sportsman Member: Forged & Blast

So we went again to backside fishing when my cousin Katherine hooked killer AJ. We nonetheless had two strikes for the freelined pogia, almost certainly kings. While bottom fishing, the three faculties look back and we get a double hook for mothers and ice. Transfer locations and get a fantastic beeliner chew, lost a few good, however nonetheless managed eight.

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Northeast Backside Chew

Florida Sportsman Member: LouD

The primary stop was 40 miles 120 ft and later stops have been 140 and 150 ft (50 miles). Continuous operation throughout the day. Captain Roger put us within the fish for each stopping point, focusing on grouping and mangoes on reside feed and Eight-10 on the leader.

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St. Augustine Bull

Member of Florida Sportsman: Massive Bend Brian

The road on the correct of Ledge, 180 ft, will get hit but comes off. a random line that pulled the guess but in addition got here out. Wanting again you possibly can see the dolphin's head making an attempt to breathe the lure. Casey dropped the lure back and checked out him to eat it. When the line came tight, there have been very good jumps from a very huge dolphin!

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New Boat Mojo

Florida Athlete Member: Maverick

Loaded with a nicely with some pins, ground on the seashore slightly to see anything value staying so we moved out of the seashore. Hit it arduous but never found brown fish. Fortuitously, we found seven groups, however solely two have been legals. And more snapper than any man actually needs to get caught when you’ll be able to't hold it. ”

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Northeast Dolphin Chew

Florida Sportsman Member: flblue

We began with just 4 rows, however dropped shortly to 3, one level had a triple connection . We received all of them on board, nevertheless it was chaotic. The boy at one level stated, "This is the story I tell my children!"

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Northeast Wahoo Chew

Florida Sportsman Member: arunram

I had fun wahoo fishing with Captain Jerry Moulton in his boat Second tangle final weekend. We had four nice wahoo 60, 50,50 and 40 pounds. We additionally had numerous triggers, pinkies, AJ and bee thresholds.

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St. Augustine Offshore

Florida Sportsman Member: Chilly

This place seemed better, so we dropped the hook to concentrate on the cobia. We sent down a reside mill and started fishing! Several massive snappers came to the first drop. We determined to make use of some hen removing to move the fish up and down in the column. Before long, the large bait on the back hit and cobed with a golden flag on the fish display.

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Northeast Combined Cat

Florida Sportsman Member: Captnathanstuart

Captnathanstuart, a member of the forum, and associates have been lately hit by fish filling the cooler's blended mix

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Northeast Wahoo

Florida Sportsman Member: Off the Hook

Through the First 20 Minutes Ever a ring reel shouts. The original plan was to rob a break, but we never traveled more than three kilometers from the place we acquired our first one, which would prove to be six wahoo.

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Northeast Bottom Fish

Florida Sportsman Member: Bigchocolatelab

NE winds and delightful seas. The plan for the day was to recharge white baits and fish deep. We found all of the bait we needed on the barge and confirmed him to the east. Arrived at 160 ft and didn't see a lot at the backside. We dropped the strains anyway and we found it slowly at first. Ultimately, we discovered the fish and succeeded in an unimaginable journey

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Jumbo Mangroves and Others

Florida Sportsman Member: sheepdawg

Nicely we began fairly nicely with Manga and we had 8 massive earlier than dark. They lit the display fairly good when the sun fell and the sharks discovered the Chum line, and we had to run to a different place.

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Koillis-Kings

Florida Sportsmanin jäsen: zay

Tämän jälkeen päätimme lopettaa ja pudottaa sabikit alas joillekin elävä syötin ja täynnä livewell joitakin mukava sikari minnows sitten alkoi vetoa uudelleen. Ei 5 minuuttia, kun saamme kaksinkertaisen kahden mukavan kuninkaan kanssa, jotka veljeni ja isäni olivat molemmat kiinni.

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Thermocline Chew

Floridan urheilijajäsen: Boattronics

Menin ulos rannikkorakenteisiin ja huomasin, että termokliini on siellä cobes pinotaan ylös. Me kalastimme muutamia eri paikkoja ja murskattiin kobia kaikilla niillä, menimme 11: een 13: een, ennen kuin saimme myrskyn aikaisin.

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Koillis-Cobia

Florida Sportsmanin jäsen: OnTop ~ 170

Ennen kuin nousen ylös tornista, päätän nostaa yhden sisään ja antaa hänen pesuallonsa ja isänsä. toinen koukku. Tällä kertaa asetin koukun, jota en tiedä, kuinka monta kertaa ja lihakset. Lopuksi saan yhden haaraan ja se meni 39 kiloa.

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Koillis-sininen Marlin

Florida Sportsmanin jäsen: Captjeffcrabtree

Koska puhuimme olosuhteista, jotka olivat liian täydellisiä kalalampulle, vasen litteä saa kädenvääntöä. Because it’s dumping a 50 large, we see a bill thrashing up prime. At that point we knew we found him. Cleared the strains and 15 minutes later released an attractive blue marlin in the 150 pound class.

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Jumbo Hoo

Florida Sportsman member: CZKid

Forum member CZKid caught this 93 pound Wahoo on his final day of the Wahoo Shoot Out.

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Northeast Wahoo

Florida Sportsman member: out of the blue

Picked a pair numbers off the temp charts and plugged them into the machine and off we went, we stayed primarily in 130 ft water 15 to 23 line. We received bit inside 30 minutes of trolling and pulled the hook , for a bit I assumed, dangerous sign then Michael obtained on his first northeast florida hoo, it obtained fascinating as a result of we missed Three bites in a row. We just couldn’t work out how they don’t get hooked at 15 knots with 2 mustad 10/zero hooks, then luck modified and we obtained the subsequent 3 fish and headed for residence.

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Loopy Cobia Action

Florida Sportsman member: Boattronics

Arriving on the spot, my eyes bulged as the new Lowrance marked the underside, there was little question in my mind what I used to be taking a look at. I deployed the Ipilot, and within only a couple minutes, I was bent over the gunnel with a very good fish! The subsequent hour and a half of fishing was absolute mayhem! In less than two hours, I boated 10 cobia!

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Long Runs and A Lot of Fish

Florida Sportsman member: AUcary

As it approached the boat it seemed like a huge blackfin 30 ft back, that’s once we saw the stripes! Wahoo! Chris put a pleasant gaff job on the fish and we had our first hoo of 2015 in the boat! Time for a beer!

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Northeast Backside Fishing

Florida Sportsman member: minnowsnmonsters

Our first cease was in 62 ft of water, about 6 miles from the jetties, and we found a ton of snapper from little chickens up to 22 to 23 inch fish, a number of respectable bass however principally just legals and shorts. Thankfully we found 2 keeper grouper with one being 24 1/Eight inches and the other round 27-29 inches.

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Fishing with New Pals

Florida Sportsman member: model14

We next moved and found a goldmine of fish. Catch included many black seabass, quite a few ringtail porgy, an enormous bull purple, and a nice pink snapper. I used to be actually glad to see the boys get on some fish. Bait was squid, sardines, grunt and boston mackerel.

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Northeast Bottom Chew

Florida Sportsman member: minnowsnmonsters

We caught a couple of more just brief grouper on that spot together with 12 to 15 snapper and a few bass earlier than we determined it was time to maneuver. Bait of selection all day was boston mackerel, the small livies have been being inhaled by sea bass and snapper immediately upon hitting the bottom.

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Weekend Wahoo

Florida Sportsman member: out of the blue

The brief flat begins to sing round 11am and we obtained our first high velocity trolling hoo within the boat! Put strains again in water and then received a nice fish at 57.5 pounds.

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Northeast Offshore

Florida Sportsman member: benchmark

We fished solely massive hooks and tried to avoid them. No luck, caught them on the whole lot we put down and launched them all. Luke caught his personal greatest trigger, he was very completely happy younger man. We also caught scamp, gags, and plenty of purple snappers.

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Breaking within the New Boat

Florida Sportsman member: Lug Man

We drifted the spot and put about 2 dozen baits within the stay properly anyway. My buddy determined he didn’t need to run one other 15 miles in the slop so we just hung round 9 mile and drifted baits. We caught principally sharks and pink snapper which have been launched to swim free.

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Northeast Offshore

Florida Sportsman member: Richardrbloom

I gave the fish one other 30 yards or so then threw it into strike and held on. Then the shotgun rod goes off and my buddy Austin grabs it. We had a double hookup for a few minute till mine came off once more. We fought his fish to the boat and after just a few minutes of preventing it I sunk the gaff into it.

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Operating Deep within the Bay Boat

Florida Sportsman member: Bigchocolatelab

Decided to make a transfer and pressed on eastward. Subsequent spot, dropped squid on hen rigs and livies and obtained into em. Found good football measurement bees, triggers, pinkys, and different fish.

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Cobia Chaos

Florida Sportsman member: Pangaman

The small cobia raced to the jig and grunts before I might get a bait in front of the large one. I caught and released Three extra cobia on the jig and pitch rod earlier than I used to be capable of get a bait in front of the large one. I had used all of the grunts within the livewell and the one factor remaining was a half dozen small spanish sardines.

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Venice Bottom Fishing

Florida Sportsman member: Blind Squirrell

We fished sardines, squid, cut-bait and stay pinfish on the underside in 100″-110″ of water. We boxed our limit of pink grouper, combined in with huge mangroves, some flag yellowtail, a couple of scamp, porgies, and lane snapper.

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Topwater Tuna Time

Florida Sportsman member: Snaphappy

Once we arrived we have been the first boat on the scene and there were fish busting in all places! We began casting poppers and it was recreation on instantly. For the subsequent two and half hours it was extensive open. We boated 10 fish on poppers and 6 on stay bait.

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Ending on a Good Word

Florida Sportsman member: bgood

We then headed off 35 miles to our first cease, the bites began off just a little sluggish however it picked up and we caught our limit of snapper. 3 of them measuring out to 30 inches plus, we threw back quite a couple of 18 inch ones additionally.

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St. Augustine Backside Fishing

Florida Sportsman member: DoradoDreamin

We lastly modified to some hen rigs and smaller hooks and the triggers, beeliners and porgies began coming over the gunnel. A bait wouldn’t final on the bottom for even 5 seconds earlier than a fish can be biting.

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Birthday Snapper

Florida Sportsman member: Uncle_Mike

After the long run out we dropped the primary bait to the underside and had a 25 pound snapper in the boat inside the first 5 minutes. After that it was non stop action for the subsequent 2 hours. Had to pull up and depart early as a consequence of a storm shifting in.

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Northeast Backside Bumping

Florida Sportsman member: Mirage-GNV

Baited up at a wreck then went out to 21 fathoms in somewhat snotty 2 to three foot seas with somewhat rain combined in as well. The vermillion chew was straightforward, the ARS’s have been fairly plentiful along with the lesser AJs, but the sharks have been thick on the ledges and reside bottom.

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Mahi and Extra in the Northeast

Florida Sportsman member: arunram

“We could have stayed north and killed them but we just wanted to see what’s happening south. We released some small ones and kept 12 big mahi with the biggest around 40 pounds. Then we bottom fished for a very little time and caught…”

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Bam Bam Mahi

Florida Sportsman member: Bam Bam

We had fish on within a couple minutes. The fish have been chewing and we put 23 mahi within the box with including a couple of studs. Had one small sailfish and saw an enormous blue marlin go through a faculty of peanut dolphin and come out of the water with one in his mouth about 20 yards from the aspect of the boat.

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Northeast Mahi Insanity

Florida Sportsman member: no peekin

We caught fish on plastics and skirted ballyhoo.Ended up holding 20 fish and released some others.All have been nice fish with 5 going over 30 kilos and the large fish hit the planer and was 36.Eight kilos.

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Making it Happen within the Slop

Florida Sportsman member: T-Daddy

220 ft appeared to be the trick and we boated seven or eight Mahi, principally from 15 to 20 kilos, however one at 36 kilos. We knocked multiple off boat aspect in the tough water and teetering gaff. One Wahoo hit on the plainer coming in at 26 kilos. We had a Sailfish within the unfold as nicely but he picked on one of many solely two rigs and not using a Ballyhoo and didn’t hook up.

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Getting Fishy out of State

Florida Sportsman member: ledslinger29

Hit the ledge to discover a sluggish however steady chew on the troll, with 15 fish within the box we rode in to dive some numbers and see what we might do. Slippers have been all over, and obtained a personal greatest 13 pound spiny. Also shot a 14 pound hog and a 25 pound gag, and had an general good day.

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Crushing the Cobes

Florida Sportsman member: Boattronics

Subsequent journey, Luis headed south with me once more, and this time Jason the duck slayer received invited. Recent off of grounding restrictions from telling a fish “secret” lol, he was desperate to redeem himself to the remainder of the crew, which he did get to try this day!

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Bringing House Some Trophies

Florida Sportsman member: capcioffi

Time goes on and we spot a huge rip with weeds all over it in 800 ft. We go down one aspect (inside) and it isn’t producing. Minimize throughout the weed/rip line and the water jumps Three degrees. In come a number of the marlin lures and out goes the meat. Within 5 minutes we get hit!

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Wrecking the Wahoo within the Northeast

Florida Sportsman member: 15whaler

“When we have a wahoo strike, its like a car accident. We are traveling at 13 to 20 knots, the fish is a torpedo, traveling at 30 to 40. Its a very violent collision.” Englert continued “We don’t throttle down, though. When we get a fish to the boat, I want you to grab the shock leader and secure the trolling weight. Walk everything to the front of the bow. That’s your job, understand?”

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Beating the Backside, Northeast Type

Florida Sportsman member: JSiler21

We had a couple cool surprises additionally. My dad reeled up a grunt on a hen rig and determined to only open the bail and ship it proper again down the best way it was. Within 30 seconds his rod doubles over and the line starts screaming off the penn battle 6000. I decided clear a line we had on the underside with one other stay grunt on it and when it came tight, my rod additionally doubled over. The penn senator 4/zero cranked within the fish in no time and to my shock was my first bull purple!

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Bottom Chew within the Northeast

Florida Sportsman member: redpro

Chew wasn’t on hearth however we managed a very good meat trip. Handed a pleasant rip around 130 ft that made us wish we have been trolling. Caught our limit of beeliners to 4 kilos and some good triggers, one virtually hitting 8 kilos!

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Bottom Fishing from the Bay Boat

Florida Sportsman member: Bigchocolatelab

Chew has been frequent and constant. Went out previous couple of days with some buddies in the Coastal Bay and found them in 80-110 ft. Received into a mixture of good BSB, triggers, B-liners, ARS, and a pleasant 15 pound gag! Couldn’t discover the cobia everybody’s been posting on the discussion board about.

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Superior Day On And In The Water

Florida Sportsman member: renovator

In between dives we fished and loaded up with some nice fish, threw again a number of purple snapper, and obtained a scamp on the finish of the day. four lobster made the trip back to the dock as properly. Discovered some new bottom numbers in addition.

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Educating Them Young

Florida Sportsman member: capcioffi

I took my 5-year-old Cohen out Saturday before the weather front to snag some fish. Within the morning it was gamey with some huge rollers and aspect chop, however little man was recreation and put his fishing face on. It took me 30 years to get my first purple snapper on a spinner and found a faculty of fish 16 miles out to place him on his first at age of 5. We caught over 70 pink snapper, 14 vermillion snapper, 10 triggerfish, 6 small sharks, 1 sheepshead (Brother snagged him sniffing the bait), and 1 sea bass […]

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Nearshore King for the Smoker

Florida Sportsman member: creekgeek

The fish headed due east but we caught up fairly shortly and stayed on prime of her as there have been a number of other boats in that space. I’ve not caught plenty of huge kings so, once I first saw it down within the clear water, I was more than a bit excited at it’s measurement. Plus, I’m a fisherman and you all know that provides no less than 25-50% to the dimensions of any good fish! One good circle or three and Bob put the gaff in her and we had our first seashore king. Mahtava. I do know loads of you will have been catching 30 pounders this summer time and I actually had little question that we had one but these have to be some large fish because I assumed this was a whopper and it solely weighed…25 kilos.

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Elton Backside Fishing

Florida Sportsman member: Phinatical

Cleared the inlet round 6:25 Saturday with a crew of four plus my recon man (diver) Pat. Hunted pogies with little to point out from one throw, they have been simply scattered all over the place however by no means balled up anyplace, so we pointed her east for the 50mi experience to Elton. Stopped brief at TW to look around after which stored heading east. Pulled up on the primary spot and on the primary drift starting pulling up monsterous seabass. Most have been straightforward 16 inches and fats if not more. We also obtained a couple fats beeliners off this spot and launched some pig purple snapper. We moved just a little and then just a little more and located some more good backside and dropped on it, pulling up an african pompano, two pink porgies, a really nice mango, after which the cobia showed up beneath the boat together with some amberjack.

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Southeast Hole Sails

Florida Sportsman member: Triple A

Went to the rip and it was tough, turned south and pounded our approach to the southeast hole to get a number of kings for the smoker. Put the baits out in around 55-60 ft of water. Not ten minutes went purchase we had our first hit. It took off like a smoker king would then it jumped. Dad referred to as a cuda however I saw a sail and bill. Fought the fish for good while obtained him within the boat for an image after which again within the water. He revived shortly and swam off. Appeared back
in the direction of land and noticed nothing however darkish skies the wind decide up but we caught it out. After the storm skirted us we continued fishing with nothing however sharks, with our baits dying and searching pathetic we put out our remaining unfold and have been calling it quits at 1:30. Round 1:15 we saw a sail free jumping south east off the bow we turned in the direction of him and did not see him, 5 minutes later we have now another sail on the identical rod, reel, and rig we caught the primary sail on, after one other good battle the fish was shortly revived and swam off.

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Bottom Bumpin’

Florida Sportsman member: Bigchocolatelab

Arrived at spot and seas constructed slightly but not too dangerous. SW wind combined with the SE swell to create a confused format, nevertheless it was undoubtedly fishable! We determined to float fish with stay bait and found motion instantly.

First fish up to bat was an assortment of seabass and beeliners. After that 2 of us caught right into a doubleheader of respectable fish. First fish at the boat was an enormous Pink snapper…and again he goes. Next fish was a nice Cobia! After a gaff malfunction we finally obtained him in and cracked open a couple of beers. Solely 30 minutes in and the day began off proper!

We drifted handed the spot and reset. This time we threw two flat strains out with massive reside pogies and started to backside bump again. The drift produced again only this time Huge amberjacks and purple snappers confirmed themselves. As have been drifting, both flat strains go off[…]

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Mayport Wahoo & Dolphin

Florida Sportsman member: mikelavine

Headed out of Mayport around 6:30 and stopped at 30 miles because of a scarcity of time as we speak. Fishing in 100 ft of water, we obtained on a couple of cudas immediately. After a few hour, we landed a 20 pound king with a curious cobia following that we couldn’t get to eat the bait. He finally swam off and obtained the strains back out. Within 10 minutes had successful and pulled in a 10 pound dolphin. At 10am we had successful on the ballyhoo and by the time the rod was off the outrigger, the reel was smoking and got here close to being spooled on a freight practice of a run. Acquired the strains up and had a 15 minute battle without even seeing the fish. The fish decided to take off again and then snap…my rod broke in two under the third eyelet. Loistava. We rigorously stored preventing and 5 minutes later my buddy yells, “Thats a big wahoo!” Acquired him next to the boat, gaffed, and within the boat he got here!

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Busy Day at the Ledge

Florida Sportsman member: arunram

That was my second offshore journey and I felt like I used to be in a dream. That water was cobalt blue!! I might never forget this journey in my life. The mahi mahi jumping and tail strolling within the air was a lovely sight to see. We also saw a 15 foot hammerhead shark cruise by us that scared the dwelling daylights out of me. Boy, pulling those groupers up is like pulling a child elephant from 120 foot water. These offshore monsters undoubtedly whooped me! Thanks very a lot to Jimmy, Jerry and his crew for having me aboard the “Another Tangle”. It was a dream come true!

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Trippin’ Out on Tripletail

Florida Sportsman member: Morocco_madness

Me and Steve AKA Pilingjunkie, hit the water around Eight:00am for a day within the Inlet. Received out there and there was nothing occurring. Obtained a pile of Whiting but the fascinating species have been just not there. First time shortly that the Inlet was a wash. Around 1ish i get a name from Tony(Boattronics). Turns out he had some luck discovering the Triple Tails. He gave us a couple of tips about easy methods to catch them and donated a dozen or so stay Shrimp. Hadn’t actually meant on making the journey up the coast but we actually needed to reclaim our dignity after the butt kicking we took in the Inlet. We took off towards Nassau following the coast at round 40-50 ft. We found some respectable fish free swimming. Managed to get Steve his first TT and man, what a killer experience!! those things go all over! They leap and pull like loopy. Now in fact im all types of pumped and need me considered one of these dangerous boys!

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Mayport “Jurassic Drum”

Florida Sportsman member: Morocco_madness

Hit the water with another of our fellow discussion board members, Trevor, AKA, Shadowcast777. Stevo(Pilingjunky) hooked me up with around 2.5 dozen stay Blue Crabs 2 days ago and decided to place them dangerous boys to make use of. We originally have been planning on doing one thing totally different but no one had reside Shrimp. As soon as we received out to the Inlet, we arrange store on the South rocks. Set up a superb unfold of rods and kicked back. Wasn’t however perhaps ten minutes earlier than the primary rod goes stripping. Had Trevor deal with it. 15 minutes cross and hes received a stud Bull Pink within the boat. We set again up and it isn’t long before we have now another Bull within the boat. Both fish have been proper at 40″. The chew died down so we dragged up and hit one other space[…]

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Playin’ the Drums

Florida Sportsman member: samsiam74

After wanting high and low for some Blue Crabs, we headed out… The climate man’s report last night time stated 10-12 NW winds and sunny. Nice by the standards that Steve and I encountered during the last couple of days! Nicely, the weather man obtained the sunny part proper however it was frigid this morning and the wind was a great 18-20 steady out of the north till about midday. Water was uneven as might be however we crept out to a spot that seemed doable and anchored up.

Strains exit and never ten minutes later Sing is doing the tango behind the boat as he wrestles his PB Drum up to the floor.. A guess can be around 35 pounds… What a pleasant approach to start the day! We send that massive fish again down and features return out… A half hour goes by and certainly one of his rigs begins doubling over once more!

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Mayport Inlet Reds

Florida Sportsman member: Morocco_madness

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Me and my buddy Tim went out right now for a number of hours of sheepshead fishing. Received to our target space on the Little Jetty rocks. Didn’t need to rough the Inlet because of the weatherman’s prediction of high winds and Three-5 foot seas. We wasted an hour or so at the Little Jetties and managed nothing aside from a keeper Sea Bass. Seemed fairly calm out so i decided to examine the Inlet simply in case the weather prediction was off. Glad i checked. Lifeless calm, no wind and fewer than 1 foot seas. What a joke. Anyhow, the sheepshead chew was very sluggish within the inlet at this time. Didn’t see anybody catching. determined to make use of up the dozen Giant Blue Crabs i brought as a back up. Obtained a number of bull reds and misplaced one thing very giant.[…]

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Slaying the Porgies

Florida Sportsman member: Morocco_madness

I really loved fishing for Sheepshead utilizing a jighead. Took a second to get used to it but was a number of enjoyable. The Chew at our first spot turned off so we headed over to the Southern rocks. As soon as we acquired situated it wasn’t lengthy earlier than we get a number of Respectable Sheep in the boat. A short time later Leon brings up this big Ring Tail! Neither of us have ever seen one this massive. Subsequent thing i know we are catching them left and proper! Long story brief, we find yourself boating about 40 of this stuff. Wasn’t long earlier than the water readability went to crap and we referred to as it a day. An absolute blast![…]

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St. Augustine Backside Fishing

Florida Sportsman member: blue hen

Made the run out in nice circumstances Sunday morning. The bottom chew was good with all of the endangered species making an incredible displaying!!

We stored some good triggers and a nosy cobia. Unusually sufficient, we didn’t get a grouper chew. We did see some blackfins feeding round 27 miles out. They have been traveling at warp velocity, so we didn’t even attempt to put out an expansion. it received pretty snotty later in the morning, laid down mid-day for an honest journey again in till the 15 mile mark. At that point the following East wind was some type of Northwest / South combination wind that slowed us down a bit on the top of the journey[…]

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Offshore Jax Backside Fishing

Florida Sportsman member: boattronics

We headed out to about 110′ before dropping. Motion was excellent, flat seas and minimal wind and present definitely helped. Good clean water too. We started filling the box with the tastiest demersals the bottom can supply, and as we labored deeper, the action continued to get higher as we power drifted drops out to 145′[…]

We caught big triggers, beautiful mutton snapper, grouper and cobia for the box. A pair sharks, some amberjack, and so forth. And as all the time, we sifted by means of infinite purple snappers, big vermillions and seabass that have been unfortunately launched.

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Northeast Sword Report

Florida Sportsman member: knot tight

We went 3/Three on swords with 1 being released and two being taken. We high velocity trolled in the evening with only a barracuda to point out for it. We threw out ballyhoo in 400 ft within the morning and pulled the hooks on a nice wahoo and launched one other barracuda. We had an excellent journey with a awesome crew despite being surrounded by storms more than half of the trip. Because of Adrian, Casey, and Ryan for being an superior crew in lower than excellent circumstances.

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Sunday Snapper Day

Florida Sportsman member: renovator

Left the dock with crew of Chris, Troutdiggler and his dad Mark, Mularkey, and myself simply before sunlight for the final day and the one day this crew was capable of get in for this “mini snapper season”, puleeeezze! Baited up at BB, fished 110 ft water and caught fish a lot of the day. Needed to move around a bit to get our limit, and together with some B’s, trigs, one gag, and loads of throw again keeper seabass. Anyhow, hope loads of people have been capable of get out and benefit from the chew when you would discover them.

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Birthday Fishing in St. Augustine

Florida Sportsman member: jacqueo

To start with…let me thank everyone on the discussion board for ALL of their awesome recommendation. A few month ago I posted on right here questioning about St. Auggie fishing – AND the dreaded inlet. Growing up in South Florida the inlets are INSANE – slender, and zig-zaggy (Boynton Seashore Inlet to be specific). I hadn’t taken our new boat offshore since getting it about 4 months in the past […]

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“Guana Bite” Swordfish Report

Florida Sportsman member: beaubaker

Had a great time Saturday night time/Sunday morning on the “Guana Bite”. Because of Captain Kevin and first mate Darryl for having me and Brian along to attempt our luck at the swordfish grounds. We dropped baits in the water method south and setup drift for an extended, long, sleepless night time. Around midnight we had an excellent chew on the brief/deep rod but couldn’t manage to hook that fish up. We dozed and listened to satellite radio till sunrise when the brief/deep drag sounds again […]

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Lovely Northeast Mangrove Snapper

Florida Sportsman member: Pangaman

Began the day at 20 miles catching bait. No white bait by any means, just grunts. We loaded up with 20 or so grunts and caught Three barracudas and a bonito on the bait spot. We headed east and put out a bonito lure since we might solely make 13 knots do to the swells being close together. We caught one good bonito on the best way to our first spot […]

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Cobia Habit

Florida Sportsman member: meglacharchodon

The first cobia hit a flat line on the Baitrunner, he put up a nice struggle but pulled the hook ten ft from the boat. The subsequent one hit a pogie on the underside, he came to the surface and made a spectacular bounce right before he ran circles around the anchor rope […]

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The Ledge Report

Florida Sportsman member: knot tight

We had planned on fishing the Northeast Florida Marlin Affiliation’s Dolphin Tourney but they cancelled it on Thursday on account of a 3-5 forecast. We determined to make the run still and have been pleasantly stunned. We began on a weedline in 120 and picked up a dolphin and a wahoo shortly. Fished it for some time but solely had a couple of small bites so we headed east. We picked up a blackfin on the best way east in about 150 ft. Had a nice fish mild up the planer rod and pulled the hooks after about 3 minutes on the rod […]

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Church Fishing Event

Florida Sportsman member: KINIB

So I had been considering for some time now of the way to offer back to my church and have fun at the similar time. I am blessed to know numerous nice guys on this fishing group we’ve got right here and came up with the thought to attempt to hold a church fishing event. My thought was to attempt to get three captains to take 4 anglers a bit fishing for the day and with this also increase money for numerous charities the church participates in […]

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STUD Phins!

Florida Sportsman member: CEE-STUD

It was one factor after one other that has stored the CEE-STUD off the water for this dolphin season. Finally we had a weather window and nothing was stopping us this past Thursday. Sticking to our regular schedule, we have been crossing the ledge at round 7 a.m. The water was green inshore presently. We continued east until we found cobalt blue water in 1100 ft. There we picked up of a bunch of huge patches of weed and scattered weed. We determined to start out here […]

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Hotspur Fishing Report

Florida Sportsman member: benchmark

Obtained talked into another last minute trip with noaa forecast at Three to 5 ft Friday. Took Chuck and Officer Rob from AZ off to seek out the mahi chew. Actually need to get back to work and see if we are still in enterprise. Fish have been chewing with the barometer bouncing up and down. Had 10 fish in the first 1 hour of fishing and ended up with 25 for the day. Launched numerous schoolies to grow greater.

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Cobia Insanity

Florida Sportsman member: Maverick

Dad had a buddy from work come into city this weekend and needed to get on the cobia. Went out Saturday (5/5) to some pretty calm seas and high hopes. Worked all of it day to solely find 2 fish with lockjaw. Fairly discouraging. Obtained up at the moment (5/6) and figured we might head to Nassau Sound to see if we might get something going…NADA. Went again to our unique technique and we discovered em’ […]

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Mayport Cobia Journey

Florida Sportsman member: ledslinger29

Not a nasty wanting field, and that's not the half of it.

It’s cobia and flounder season, for positive, although you wouldn’t all the time realize it from checking the floor of the seas.

Go somewhat deeper, as FS member ledslinger29 did, and you’ll see the fish. He posted a quick however pointed report about his trip off Maport on the FS Discussion board.

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The Fish Whistle

Florida Sportsman member: Fish Whistle

It’s been awhile since a grind needed to sharpen some senses. Left Mayport round 5 a.m. Saturday to nice flat seas and picked up bait. Headed offshore for some Moppin N’ Boxin. Our goal species was the “mysterious” mutton. LOL! Fished the 30 30 – 30 05 We picked at them slowly the whole trip had 20 i consider. Appeared to be biting higher within the day in 140ft. They’re slowing down when you like them better get em’, had two nice mangos and a yellowtail, triggers we scattered alongside the break and plenty of pinkies to raid you bait! Jacks are biting extraordinarily properly! […]

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Current Cobia Motion!

Florida Sportsman member: Boattronics

These days there have been fairly a number of inquiries concerning the cobia chew, so here ya go! Last yr I met a customer that was clearly into cobia fishing. Each conversation we had, immediately gravitated in the direction of that specail fish that we each love so much. A friendship was cast and we went cobia fishing, and had a good time. He referred to as me once more a pair weeks in the past to do some more work, and as soon as again we have been speaking about cobia […]

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Florida Sportsman member: Pullin’ Out

Left the inlet early wednesday morning to a black tough sea. took our time getting out, so we didnt beat the boat or ourselves to demise. made it to 150′ @ 67 deg, put within the high velocity lures and continued east. made it to 250′, saw a pleasant rip, cross it to seek out 70 deg water temp and switch south to troll down the rip. within 5 minutes we had a small dolphin on, put him in the cooler. reset the excessive velocity and one other dolphin is […]

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Wahoo on Sabbatical

Florida Sportsman member: bigfishliar

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