March 18 – 50 miles offshore, 130 ft deep, left at 6:45 am and back to O’neill’s by 4:15 American Red Snapper, Red Grouper and Gag Grouper Caught some real beauties today…..
Friday, January 8, 2016 The overnight storm had just cleared. We left O’Neill’s at about 7:20am to bait. We netted plenty of pilchards (greenbacks), then sabiki for the larger bait like pin fish and blue runners. We headed 22-24 miles west in rough seas 3ft chop with 6ft rollers. The Fountain performed well as everyone […]
Its still winter but as we move closer into Spring the kingfish will be ready for action! Around March and April all sorts of reports come in regarding the kingfish bite especially when the water temps reach above 80 degrees. Some days are much more active than others because the the king mackeral are always […]
East Central Florida is home to the largest spotted seatrout in the world. After entanglement netting was constitutionally banned in Florida, seatrout have rebounded back to healthy numbers and sizes that we haven’t seen since the early 1980’s. Seatrout are an aggressive fish that will strike anything from topwater artificials, spoons, jigs, livebait and various […]