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Suwannee Fishing Report, March 20, 2011, from Capt. Les Flaherty

by on Mar.21, 2011, under Suwannee

Capt. Les Flaherty at Suwannee reports that trout are moving along the big bars at Lone Cabbage Reef, Tarpon Gap, Seven Brothers and Red Bank Reef.  Sheepshead have shown up, but are mostly smaller male fish.  Look for them around Hedemon and Red Bank.

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Suwannee Fishing Report from Capt. Les Flaherty, March 6, 2011

by on Mar.06, 2011, under Suwannee

Trout are moving onto the flats at Suwannee.  This is the time of year that you’ll catch the biggest trout here, although a few stay around until summertime.  These fish are ones and are hard to come by, except when at the start of the warming waters.  They’re most likely to eat minnow-shaped lures (and pinfish if you can find them).  Finger mullet are showing up and you can cast net a bunch.  The mullet will also produce reds.  If this warm weather continues, we’ll start seeing lots of small bait fish soon, followed by Spanish mackerel and then kings.  Expect good action around the full moon this month.

Capt. Les (lflaherty@svic.net)

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Suwannee Fishing Report From Capt. Les Flaherty, 2/21/11

by on Feb.21, 2011, under Suwannee

I have  some good news!   The sheepshead are on the near shore reefs at Suwannee.   Not in large numbers,  but they will bite shrimp.   However, there are no live shrimp in Suwannee now,  but frozen ones are available at the Suwannee marina.  Also the reds are biting trolled spoons and  gold Rattletraps in the river.  It seems they bite the best on the outgoing tide.  Also, expect some smaller fish in the deeper holes.  They bite best on 3-inch white GULP! baits.

Capt. Les Flaherty

lflaherty@svic.net

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Suwannee Fishing Report, 3/13/11, from Capt. Les Flaherty

by on Feb.16, 2011, under Suwannee

From Capt. Les (lflaherty@svic.net)

Suwannee’s weather is looking good.  Those  15 to 20 knot winds and  4 to 6 footseas  put a damper on my fishing but now it’s sunshine and calm seas. Let’s go do i!  As I have said the redfish are our staple this month.   Use white gulp,  and of course shrimp– Suwannee marina has them.  Using shrimp you may have a chance at a black drum or sheepshead.  As the water warms up a lot of things can happen.    Maybe the black sea bass will come in a little closer as the price of gas just keeps going higher.  With the water temp warming up they should.  Catfish are doing well in the river.  March is  just around the corner and I hope the weather will be calm at the end of the month when the sheepshead come in to spawn on the full moon. They will be males here sooner but they will not bite.

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Suwannee Fishing Report from Capt. Les Flaherty, February 6, 2011

by on Feb.06, 2011, under Suwannee

Some folks think that Feburary is a bleak month but we at Suwannee have a lot going.   Redfish are here to be caught in the river in deep holes using shrimp.  You may have to catch several shorts to come up with a keeper but he is there.  Shrimp are avaliable at the suwannee marina.  Black sea bass are in from 40 t0 65 feet of water they are mixed with pink mouth grunts.  The grunts are good bait cut up for both species catch what you want but clean them all the black sea bass are my favorite fish I like to scale them,  cut off the  head and tail, clean out entrails and deep fry them.   Then vacuum-freeze the rest for another day.  Oysters are on the reefs for the tonging.   I put a piece of tarp in the bottom of the boat and put the oysters on the tarp to sort out the three inch eaters.   Fried oysters then a stew– how good can it get?

Small game is open in the federal forest and hog hunting is permitted. The largest caliber you can use is  a.22 long rifle–good for squirrels and with good placement, for pigs. Get a copy of the regulations.   There may be some at the store in Suwannee or in boxes along the entrance roads.   you also need to sign a form stating that you will follow the regulations.  So,  if the wind is keeping you onshore,  go hunting.  Suwannee offers two restaurants and a convienience store as well as  lodging at various places and guides that are willing to take you fishing.   Come on down and have some fun with us.

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May God Bless

Capt Les Flaherty

lflaherty@svic.net

352 542 0327

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