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Weekly Fishing Report 10/31/17

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Weekly Fishing Report 10/31/17
Fishing has been great in the sense that the bigger fish are in with the water temperature hitting 68 degrees.  Lots of Snooks and Reds around but the problem is the Cavalier Jacks are here they are great fighting fish but not that good to eat and they tear up your line. The water has cleared up more in the Hudson area then Tarpon Springs. We are still running into Mackerel in about 10 feet of water. The Gag grouper bite is also pretty good, use live bait over rocks in about 10 to 15 feet of water while you are out there use some chum for that Cobia that might come and visit. Bait is getting a little harder to find but it’s still out there just keep looking because it is on the move. Good luck Talk to you next week for a new fishing report.

Fishing Report Week 10/23/17

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Fishing Report 10/23/17

Wind, wind and more wind. It was a crazy week with some 3 to 4 footers out there. But we pressed on and did very well on Seatrout and Snook. We had to spend this week in the canals to shelter from the wind, but the fishing was pretty good the temperature of the water dropped to 75 so that’s good news, the bigger fish are coming in from deeper waters and the Reds and Snooks coming out from the back water. We are looking forward to the Mackerel and king fish coming in, we did run into a group of Spanish Mackerel in the short time we were in the open water.    If you want to catch some for yourself park yourself in about 10 feet of water. Put out two chum bags and wait for about 30 minutes we have been having luck on cut bait for them on a float with steel leader. There is a good chance a shark will show up but that part of the deal. Remember to visit www.jimmysfishingcharters.com and book a trip or call (813) 803-2085. 

Week of 10/16/17 Fishing Report

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Week of 10/16/17 Fishing Report
It’s been a great week of fishing, Everything from Reds to Snook and Seatrout, the water has cleared up nicely and the winds calmed down.  Best fishing was on outgoing tide. Snooks and Reds still at the mouths of canals and some spoil islands, Seatrout over grass about 4 feet of water using live bait,  I still recommend drifting to cover more ground. The biggest advice I can offer this week is when fishing do everything a little slow and your bait. Did very good at the stilt house and just north of the Cody River. wait for the fish to go after

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10/10/17 Fishing Report

After a hard week of fishing because of the wind and very high tides things are looking better. Fish are biting,  had a good run with Snooks and Reds and some nice  sea trout. Look for the trout in about four feet of water over grass, I recommend to drift. Reds and Snooks moved to the mouth of canals over moving water and rocks. The bait of choice would be live. We are still seeing some Cobia around look for them in about 10 feet of water,  use chum and they should come if not the black tips will. Good luck out there. Next report in a week or less.