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Capt. Rick Grassett’s Sarasota, FL Fishing Report for 4/15/2012

by on Apr.15, 2012, under Bradenton and Sarasota

Anglers fishing Sarasota Bay with me on my Action Craft flats skiff the Snook Fin-Addict, out of CB’s Saltwater Outfitters on Siesta Key, caught and released silver and spotted sea trout, snook and reds on flies and jigs during the past week.
We had steady action with trout on flies, CAL jigs with shad tails and DOA Deadly Combos on various deep grass flats of Sarasota Bay on Monday when Caitlin, her dad and her grandfather, Paul, from NY, fished with me. Caitlin caught and released the largest trout of the day, a 23” fish, out of a pothole in skinny water on a weedless rigged CAL shad tail.
Anna Maria Island and Sarasota winter residents, Bill Morrison and Gary Marple, fished the ICW near Venice with me on Tuesday evening. They caught and released 5 or 6 snook and 8 or 10 trout on my Grassett Snook Minnow fly.
Bruce Kulp and his wife Ronna Romney, from Longboat Key, FL, fished Sarasota Bay with me on Wednesday. They caught and released trout on CAL jigs with shad tails and DOA Deadly Combos at the Marina Jack flat and near Bishop Point. They also caught a pair of slot size trout and a red in shallow water on weedless rigged CAL shad tails near Bishop Point. A trip in the Terra Ceia Bay area on Friday produced trout on CAL jigs with jerk worms and flies.
Reds and trout may be found along shallow edges of flats and bars or in potholes when the tide is low or along mangrove shorelines when the tide is high. Look for trout over deep grass flats of Sarasota Bay. You may also find flounder in areas where grass and sand are mixed.

Tight Lines,
Capt. Rick Grassett
Snook Fin-Addict Guide Service, Inc.
FFF Certified Fly Casting Instructor
(941) 923-7799
E-mail snookfin@aol.com
www.flyfishingflorida.net and www.snookfin-addict.com

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Capt. Andy Cotton’s Sarasota, FL Fishing Report, 4/9/12

by on Apr.09, 2012, under Bradenton and Sarasota

Anglers fishing with me this past have caught Snook, Redfish, Spotted Seatrout, Spanish Mackeral, and Flounder.

Terry Crews of Sarasota, Fl. Had an awesome day fishing with me in Sarasota bay. We fished the flats from Bishops Pt. to Whale key and caught Spotted Seatrout, with most of these fish averaging in size of 18″ to 22″ using DOA Cal Jigs in Keylime and Stark Naked colors.

John Collins from California fished a night Snook trip with me on Sunday night. We fished the bridge fenders and dock lights in the ICW near Venice inlet aka Snook Alley. John caught and released several Snook on fly, using gurglers and Grassett’s Snook minnow fly patterns.

Kurt Tenenbaum and his father-in-law Don McGovern  fished with me on Saturday. Despite very windy conditions we fished the east side of Sarasota bay. Don caught and released spotted seatrout using spinning tackle and DOA Cal jigs. Kurt caught and released Spotted Seatrout and a nice 22 1/2″ Redfish on a Clouser minnow fly pattern.

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Capt. Rick Grassett’s Sarasota, FL Fishing Report for 4/7/2012

by on Apr.09, 2012, under Bradenton and Sarasota

Anglers fishing Sarasota Bay with me on my Action Craft flats skiff the Snook Fin-Addict, out of CB’s Saltwater Outfitters on Siesta Key, caught and released silver and spotted sea trout and reds on flies and jigs during the past week. Although silver trout are often found in deeper areas along beaches and in dredge holes or channels in bays, we have been catching them consistently at the Marina Jack flat, which is a deep grass flat close to Big Pass.
Anglers fishing the Marina Jack and Miiddleground flats and various deep grass flats along the west side of the bay caught and released silver trout to 15”and spotted sea trout to 19” on CAL jigs with shad tails, DOA Deadly Combos and Clouser flies fished on sink tip fly lines. I spent some time in shallow water hunting for reds and big trout. It paid off when Joe McGurrin, from Stevensville, MD, and Stan Ross, from Virginia Beach, VA, fished with me on Monday. They caught and released 3 reds to 24” on weedless rigged CAL shad tails near Bishop Point. They also caught and released about a dozen trout on CAL jigs with shad tails in deeper water.
Reds and trout may be found along shallow edges of flats and bars or in potholes when the tide is low or along mangrove shorelines when the tide is high. Look for trout over deep grass flats of Sarasota Bay. You might find Spanish mackerel in or just outside passes when the tide is moving. Tarpon numbers are increasing daily and may also be a good option in the coastal gulf.

Tight Lines,
Capt. Rick Grassett
Snook Fin-Addict Guide Service, Inc.
FFF Certified Fly Casting Instructor
(941) 923-7799
E-mail snookfin@aol.com
www.flyfishingflorida.net and www.snookfin-addict.com

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Yankeetown Fishing Report From Capt Rick Muldrow, 4/9/12

by on Apr.09, 2012, under Uncategorized

This week the trout are still very good and had very good catches. Mackeral along with sharks and small cobia are starting to show up.  Reds have been good when tides have been right.  Cork and jig with plastics or corks along with casting plastics are working well.  I’ve been north up to Waccassa mainly on the flats.  Of course inside for reds, bars, points, etc.   Have seen a few tarpon on the flats.

Capt. Rick Muldrow

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Steady action has anglers seeing red!–Tampa Bay Fishing Report From Capt. Ray Markham, 4/9/12

by on Apr.09, 2012, under Tampa Bay, East and South Shore

Some days it seems like staying in bed might be a good idea, particularly when heavy rains, lightning, squalls, and high winds are predicted. And if we totally left it up to weather prognosticators we may have slept in on more than one occasion. But we didn’t, and the redfish action in the lower end of Tampa Bay, Terra Ceia Bay, and Miguel Bay had anglers aboard my flat’s skiff, the Flat Back II, smiling from ear to ear this week. It wasn’t without some frustration in the process. Redfish caught were all in the slot ranging from 18-to 25-inches. Fishing conditions varied all week beginning with light winds, warm sunny mornings and ending up with windy weather that threatened to rain by week’s end.  The approaching ‘cold’ front brought a bit cooler temperatures but the water temperature never fell, reaching nearly 81- degrees each day during the peak temperature in the afternoon.

CAL Jigs with Shad tails, MirrOlure Lil’ John jerk baits, Rapala Skitterwalks, MirrOlure Top Dogs, and MirrOdines by MirrOlure garnered much of the action during calmer periods, but once the wind began to blow, the flash of the Eppinger Rex Spoon and the CAL Shad in night glow and gold holographic glitter out-paced the rest of the baits thrown. Both the half-ounce and quarter-ounce gold and copper colored Rex spoons brought fish to the boat.

Friday’s weather forecast was not good and it was touch and go with rain storms all night that hung offshore approaching the Suncoast, only to break up and move off in another direction. High winds remained, however, to limit our range of travel, keeping us inside bays behind the shelter of mangrove shorelines and islands. Water levels rose well above the predicted low tide before sunrise and into the late morning when the tide was supposed to be dropping. The resulting high tide pushed redfish back into the mangroves to feed, where they were out of touch with our lures. It wasn’t until afternoon when the outgoing tide began to drop the level and bring fish out of the bushes.

Targeting normal low tide redfish spots in the early hours only produce a few strikes and one 24-inch redfish on a CAL Shad inside Terra Ceia Bay. Champlain Bayou seemed to be a wasteland, with little to no activity from redfish, and only a few trout. But reds weren’t our only targets for the day. While working shorelines tight to the mangroves we were hit by a half dozen nice snook in Terra Ceia Bay.

Drifting the flats with Top Dogs and DOA Deadly Combos produced some legal trout in the middle of the slot. We worked trout until the last hour of our trip when we came back to give one of my low tide redfish spots another shot. The water level had dropped over a foot from what we saw in the morning, and reds found their way to that special spot we hit in the morning. This time we had redfish fighting over CAL Shads and gold Eppinger Rex Spoons. One nice red that taped out at 25-inches had 3 other larger redfish following it to the boat, all the time trying to steal the lure from its mouth, but the CAL Shad hung tight and the fish was landed, netting 6 redfish, the same number of snook, and a couple dozen trout for the day’s catch.

Tides and wind can sometimes be a source of frustration, but in the end, patience is the key to getting some of the fish we targeted to move out to feed where we could catch them. But the real bonus was that one of my anglers was on his first saltwater fishing trip and caught a Grand Slam—snook, trout, and redfish, all in the same day, and that was worth getting out of bed for.

Capt. Ray Markham specializes in light tackle charters with artificial lures using sping, plug, and fly tackle. He runs the Flat Back II out of Terra Ceia and can be reached for charter at (941) 228-3474 or via email at Ray.Markham@gmail.com

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Cedar Key Fishing Report, Capt. Jimbo Keith, 4/2/12

by on Apr.03, 2012, under Cedar Key

Hey there folks hope all is well where ya’ll are at. We are having one heck of a spring. The Speckled Tout are biting like crazy on the same Green Moon colors. Look for grass flats in 3 to 5 feet of water and if you catch one use your shallow water anchor or anchor pin to stop you. Right now the fish are schooled up tight so you want to keep casting in the same spot that you catch the first one. The Sand Trout have also started to turn on. We have been catching some real nice ones up to 18″. This size makes a fine meal when there fried up with some hush puppies.
The Red Fish are still a little scattered in our area. There are a few starting to show up around the islands at Cedar Key but not in any big numbers.
The Sheep Head are still biting good on some of the shallow structures in 10 to 20 feet. I’ve heard that Fittler Crabs have been the best choice in bait. Well folks y’all stay safe and we’ll see ya on the water.

Capt.Jimbo Keith
352-535-5083
www.cedarkeycaptainjim.com

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“Warmer than normal weather pushing fish ahead of schedule?” April 1, 2012, from Capt. Ray Markham

by on Apr.02, 2012, under Tampa Bay, East and South Shore

Whether or not you think fish are ahead of schedule, only the fish can say for sure.  Trout are right in line for a normal spring, and that includes the normal water temperature range for what we ‘normally’ see as an average spring here. Baitfish schools have actually arrived early, by at least a month or so, and so have tarpon. While the big schools of poons that we normally see in June and July have yet to arrive, fish are being caught in some of the usual haunts you’ll find them in June. The Skyway Bridge area has been a hot spot for early birds looking to catch tarpon here.
Along with the baitfish schools, in come Spanish and King mackerel schools, and boy howdy have the shown up! Lots of big mackerel in the 5-pound size range are here. Average fish are running anywhere from 18-to 24-inches in length. From the beaches, to the artificial reefs, to patches of hard bottom scattered over lower Tampa Bay, loads of big macks are being caught on Gotcha Jigs, Clark and Eppinger Rex Spoons, and CAL Jigs with Shad tails. Along with the Spanish, plenty of bluefish are mixed in to provide some action along with lots of cutoffs from their razor sharp teeth. A trace of light wire has helped prevent lure losses but have also slowed the bite just a bit. Long shank jig heads by DOA CAL help prevent some losses.  Kings are being caught offshore and all the way out the Egmont Ship’s Channel for trollers dragging both hardware and live baits.
Fly anglers who tie glass minnow patterns on long shank hooks will have a field day with Spanish mackerel, but on occasion, macks will hit the line, and that can ruin an expensive line, so I usually recommend that guys who bring their own fly rods to fish, bring an old floating weight forward or sink tip line to fish these fish. A wire trace can also help prevent cutoffs but the long shank hook is the best bet here. These fish have a lot of spunk and will take you into the backing in no time with a 6 or 8 wt. rod, but rods in these weights are perfect for the majority of the fish we have been encountering.
Inside Terra Ceia Bay, we are catching plenty of trout, with many well over the 20-inch max size limit. An assortment of lures is working. CAL Jigs with Shad tails, DOA Deadly Combos, MirrOlure Top Dogs, MirrOlure MirrOdines, and MirrOlure Lil’ John jerk baits have all produced some nice trout.  I still believe some of the biggest speckled trout of the year are yet to come. Fish with roe are just beginning to show and that’s a sign that the spawning fish are moving in. That could increase by this coming Friday around the full moon and over the next month.
Redfish have shown their finicky side on more than one occasion over the past couple of weeks but we’ve usually had some nice mid-slot fish to show for our efforts. CAL Shads and Eppinger Rex gold ½-ounce spoons have been the top red getters this week.
Good catches of flounder around 15-to 18-inches were caught by anglers aboard the Flat Back II. Most are coming on DOA Shrimp fished on the bottom and CAL Jigs with curly tails–all in the night glow color.

Capt. Ray Markham specializes in light tackle backcountry, inshore, and nearshore fishing charters using artificial lures with spin, plug, and fly tackle. He runs the Flat Back II, a custom 1820 Action Craft Hybrid, powered by Yamaha out of Terra Ceia.

He can be reached for charter at (941) 228-3474 or via email at Ray.Markham@gmail.com or flatback@tampabay.rr.com.

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Capt. Rick Grassett’s Sarasota Fishing Report for 4/1/2012

by on Apr.02, 2012, under Bradenton and Sarasota

Anglers fishing Sarasota Bay with me on my Action Craft flats skiff the Snook Fin-Addict, out of CB’s Saltwater Outfitters on Siesta Key, caught and released mostly trout, including numerous slot size trout and some silver trout, on flies and jigs during the past week.
We had a couple of slower days during the week, but in addition to trout we also caught and released a nice flounder, redfish and snook on flies. Although action was slow for us on Monday, we did catch and release a 5 ¼-pound trout on a CAL jig with a shad tail near Whale Key that day. Longboat Key winter resident Nick Reding and Greg Geoffroy, from IA, fished with me on Tuesday. We waded several bars on both sides of Sarasota Bay and they caught and released a few trout and a nice flounder on my Grassett Flats Minnow fly. Bill Moore, from IL, had a good trip when he fished Sarasota Bay with me on Wednesday. He caught and released silver and spotted trout to 18” on CAL jigs with shad and 4” jerk worm tails at the Marina Jack and Middleground flats and near Whale Key.
The action was also good on Thursday morning when Anna Maria Island and Sarasota winter residents, Bill Morrison and Gary Marple, fished Sarasota Bay with me. We fished the same areas as the day before and they caught and released numerous spotted and silver trout to 18” on Ultra Hair Clouser flies. Despite good action in the morning that afternoon was slow. Longboat Key and Sarasota winter residents, Nick Reding and Mike Perez, waded several spots in Sarasota Bay with me on Friday. We caught and released trout to 18”, a 23” snook and a red on my Grassett Flats Minnow and a Lefty’s Deceiver fly.
Reds and trout may be found along shallow edges of flats and bars or in potholes when the tide is low or along mangrove shorelines when the tide is high. Look for trout, Spanish mackerel, blues, ladyfish or pompano over deep grass flats of Sarasota Bay. Spanish and king mackerel, false albacore (little tunny), tripletail and more may be good options in the coastal gulf.

Tight Lines,
Capt. Rick Grassett
Snook Fin-Addict Guide Service, Inc.
FFF Certified Fly Casting Instructor
(941) 923-7799
E-mail snookfin@aol.com
www.flyfishingflorida.net and www.snookfin-addict.com

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Homosassa Inshore Fishing Weekly Report, 4/1/12, from Capt. William Toney

by on Apr.01, 2012, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa

It’s great to be able to fish enough that I have a name for a certain school of redfish in the Ozello area because I stop by and visit them so much. My name for the school of reds is “Lessons in Frustration”. I believe the name says it all and I’ve even threaten to get them in non sporting ways, but I have learned from them and enjoy going to they’re classroom.
Some of the things I have learned from these fish is that they are pressured. Some by anglers, some from trolling motors and some from airboats. The best approach to even have the faintest shot at catching one is to drift or pole your boat in. Lesson 1. Don’t rock the boat, slam a hatch lid, wear fluorescence shirts and wave a fishing pole above your head. Lesson 2. Try to read the body language of the fish, are they “flashing” meaning rolling against the bottom because those fish will eat. If you make eye contact do they take off to the next zip code because they’re boogered up. Lesson 3. Use the right bait, if they run from the shrimp it’s pretty obvious shrimp are not going to work. Try a pinfish or a lure till’ you have a positive reaction to the right color.
Today at “Lesson in Frustration” my clients and I caught a redfish there and how we did it was with a Eppinger spoon cast where the water was just slightly darker than the surrounding water. You might say hey Capt. Will your a fool for wasting so much time on fish that won’t eat. Maybe I am, but that one redfish helped us catch 10 more at another location that came to mind because it has the same slightly darker water. Lesson learned!
Trout fishing has been excellent inshore and out in the Bombing Range. With this weeks tides I recommend starting in the Bombing Range using MirrOlure LIL’ Johns and D.O.A. CAL shads on a 1/4 oz. jighead. The rockpiles are holding most of the fish like trout, bluefish, seabass, flounder and spanish mackerel. As the tide moves in, fish the area around the Bird Rack for more trout and then after lunch fish the inside keys to catch some redfish. High incoming tide this weekend will be around 12pm.
Capt. William Toney www.homosassainshorefishing.com

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Cedar Key Fishing Report from Capt. Jimbo Keith, 3/27/12

by on Mar.28, 2012, under Cedar Key

Hey there folks hope y’all had a good week. This has got to be my favorite time of year. The Turkeys are gobbling and the gulf is alive. Man have we been catching the trout. Most of which were caught under the Cajun Thunder Corks. As the tide would get high we would switch to just a plain Saltwater Assassin jig. This technique works well when the water is deeper than 5 feet.
We also have been catching fare amounts of Spanish.  They were also caught on these techniques.
Our Red Fish have slowed down a bit. No one really knows why but we expect it to pick up any time. If you’re looking to go fishing get in touch with your favorite fishing guide and get a date booked. The weather is nice and they might not have many dates left. Until next time we’ll see you on the water.

Capt.Jimbo Keith
(352)535-5083
www.cedarkeycaptainjim.com

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