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Flats Fishing Clinics at St. Marks, Florida Feb. 8-9, 2014

by on Jan.10, 2014, under Shell Point to Lanark, Ochlockonee Bay, St. Marks, Aucilla and Econfina

Seats are still available for the popular Flats Pro Seminars next month, but they are going fast and organizers expect another sell-out. Advance registration is required. Featuring six hours of comprehensive instruction by Captains Dave Lear and Chuck Simpson, along with Brett Shields, president of Shields Marina, this course teaches novice and veteran anglers alike how, when, where and why to catch more inshore game fish in Florida’s Apalachee Bay. It is geared toward small boat owners, kayakers and wading anglers and includes sessions on fish habitat and habits, diet, tackle, lures, baits, knot-tying, seasons, flats etiquette, boat rigging and basic maintenance and conservation. Attendees receive a gear bag with lures and Eagle Claw terminal tackle, plus more than $1,000 in door prizes will be awarded each day. Prizes include Polar Bear coolers, lure kits, tackle bags, accessories, Costa polarized sunglasses, rod and reel combos and Shimano reels.

The one-day Flats Pro Seminars will be held Saturday, February 8 and Sunday, February 9, 2014, at Shields Marina in St. Marks, Florida, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The cost is $85 per adult and includes a catered lunch. Junior anglers (ages 12-17) can attend for $25 if accompanied by an adult. Advance registration is required. For more information or to register, please visit www.captaindavelear.com

Capt. Dave Lear
Silver King Communications
1510 Dove Road
Tallahassee, FL 32317
850.320.2001
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Apalachee Bay, St. Marks, Panacea Fishing Report from Capt. Dave Lear, 2/22/11

by on Feb.22, 2011, under Shell Point to Lanark, Ochlockonee Bay, St. Marks, Aucilla and Econfina

It’s a matter of hours now, not weeks, before the spring season officially gets underway, says Captain Dave Lear (850-320-2001; captaindavelear.com). The inshore water temperatures continue to edge closer to the magic 68-degree mark and the fish are responding accordingly, staging near the mouths of rivers and creeks. Last weekend the redfish were prowling the shoreline and tailing on the flats, but most had lockjaw. Expect that to change with this warming trend. Keeper trout are moving on to the flats in the eastern section of the bay from Rock Island to Keaton Beach. The usual offerings–DOA standard shrimp, topwater plugs, CAL jerk baits and ADL spoons won’t likely be refused as the fish bulk up after a long, chilly winter.

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Apalachee Bay Fishing Report, 2/16/11, from Capt. Dave Lear

by on Feb.16, 2011, under Shell Point to Lanark, Ochlockonee Bay, St. Marks, Aucilla and Econfina

All signs continue to point to an early spring, starting this weekend, says Capt. Dave Lear (850-320-2001; captaindavelear.com). The redbud trees and camellias are starting to bloom and water temperatures are nearing the 60-degree mark. The warming trend and full moon should accelerate the timetable. Look for trout and redfish near the mouths of rivers and creeks or on adjacent shallow flats during the middle of the day. Topwater plugs in bone are a great option right now, along with ADL spoons and DOA CAL jerk baits worked fairly slow. Historically, the eastern section of the bay seems to kick off first.

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St. Marks, Apalachee Bay Fishing Report, Capt. Dave Lear, February 8, 2011

by on Feb.09, 2011, under Shell Point to Lanark, Ochlockonee Bay, St. Marks, Aucilla and Econfina

The recent heavy rains and runoff are pushing the larger trout down the rivers and creeks towards higher salinity levels, says Capt. Dave Lear (850-320-2001; captaindavelear.com). Focus on mud flats and oyster bars with topwater plugs like Skitterwalks, Top Dogs or Zara Spooks to draw strikes from sunning fish. Now is prime time to look for tailing reds in shallow water. Long, accurate casts with ADL spoons and DOA CAL jerk baits will get their attention. Sheepshead and sea bass are thick around inshore structure and the nearshore reefs

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St. Marks, Panacea, Apalachee Bay Fishing Report, 1/24/11, from Capt. Dave Lear

by on Jan.24, 2011, under Shell Point to Lanark, Ochlockonee Bay, St. Marks, Aucilla and Econfina

The inshore bite improved recently despite the chilly overnight lows, says Capt. Dave Lear (850-320-2001; captaindavelear.com). Schools of reds and trout can be found in the shallows, but the fish are wary due to water clarity and threat of dolphins. Long casts and soft presentations are the key to triggering strikes. Soft plastic jerk baits or shad tails like the DOA CALs in chartreuse, new penny and glitter patterns have been working. Topwater plugs such as Hall ‘em In B-29s, Skitterwalks or Top Dogs twitched over oyster bars and mud flats will entice sunning fish. There are still plenty of fish up the rivers, but the majority are undersized. Black sea bass and sheepshead are holding around rock piles and other structure.

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Apalachee Bay and St. Marks Fishing Report from Capt. Dave Lear, 1/18/11

by on Jan.18, 2011, under St. Marks, Aucilla and Econfina

We’re not quite there yet, but the transition into the spring season is not that far off, says Capt. Dave Lear (850-320-2001; captaindavelear.com). Action up the St. Marks River has been steady for smaller trout, redfish and ladyfish, but with this week’s more moderate temperatures, the fish will start to move once the water warms. Look for trout and reds on top of mud flats and oyster bars, especially during afternoons with incoming tides. Large topwater plugs like the Hall ‘em In B-29s, Zara Spooks or Skitterwalks in light-colored patterns will draw attention. ADL spoons in pink and gold are also effective around bars. Nearshore, black sea bass and sheepshead will be holding around the artificial reefs and natural structure. DOA CAL grubs are good for the sea bass, while live shrimp or fiddler crabs are the best baits for the “convicts.”

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Capt. Dave Lear Apalachee Bay Fishing Report 1/5/11

by on Jan.05, 2011, under Shell Point to Lanark, Ochlockonee Bay, St. Marks, Aucilla and Econfina

The trout bite slowed somewhat the last week, but the redfish have taken up the slack, says Capt. Dave Lear (850-320-2001; captaindavelear.com). Most of the reds have been concentrated in deeper holes in coastal rivers like the St. Marks, Aucilla and Wakulla. The best feeding periods have come on the last of the outgoing and first of the incoming tides. Live shrimp and plastic grubs are producing the most fish. There are still plenty of smaller trout around and the bite for keepers should pick up again with this week’s new moon tides and more seasonal weather. Suspending plugs like the DOA BaitBusters, Corky Mullet and 52M series MirrOlures will attract the bigger trout. Black drum, flounder, ladyfish and largemouth bass are frequent by-catch in the rivers. There haven’t been any reports of stripers being caught lately.

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St. Marks Fishing Report, December 30, 2010 from Capt. Dave Lear

by on Dec.30, 2010, under St. Marks, Aucilla and Econfina

The St. Marks River continues to produce big numbers of trout, says Capt. Dave Lear (850-320-2001; captaindavelear.com). Many of the fish are undersized, with scattered keepers in the mix. Redfish, silver trout, ladyfish and the occasional largemouth bass are also being caught in the river above the power plant all the way to Newport. The river water temperatures were in the low 60s mid-week. DOA 1/2-ounce shrimp in gold glitter and holographic have been effective, along with chartreuse and yellow grubs. The fish are biting best when the water is moving.

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St. Marks Fishing Report from Capt. Dave Lear, December 22, 2010

by on Dec.23, 2010, under St. Marks, Aucilla and Econfina

Although it’s apparently common knowledge judging by the boat traffic, but the St. Marks and Wakulla Rivers are lousy with trout, says Capt. Dave Lear (850-320-2001; captaindavelear.com ). Many of the fish are undersized, but the action is fast and fun. It’s not unusual to catch 50-60 fish in a couple hours. Mid-week, the water temperature in the upper river was in the mid-60s. DOA gold/glow 1/4-ounce shrimp or CAL shad tails on a jig head were productive lures. Chartreuse jigs are another good choice. Some anglers are having luck with topwater plugs. Redfish are also scattered up the rivers, and don’t be surprised if you hook a striper. Incoming tides offer the best action.

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St. Marks/Panacea Fishing Report, 12/17/10 from Capt. Dave Lear

by on Dec.17, 2010, under Shell Point to Lanark, Ochlockonee Bay, St. Marks, Aucilla and Econfina

Timing is everything right now, says Capt. Dave Lear (850-320-2001; captaindavelear.com). There are plenty of redfish around, but they’ve developed a bad case of lockjaw with the recent near-record low temperatures. The water temperatures on the flats dropped to the mid-40s midweek. With the expected warming trend, look for reds in water less than two feet, especially in the afternoon hours. Use small lures to “match the hatch,” like ADL spoons in the 1/4-ounce size and 3-inch DOA CAL shad tails. Trout have moved into the area rivers and creeks in search of warmer water. Between fronts, they’ll take topwater plugs cast over oyster bars and mud flats.  Suspending lures and shrimp jigs hopped slowly along the bottom are also good choices. Silver trout, sheepshead and black sea bass will be thick around nearshore structure.

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