Any charter captain who's honest will tell you that not every day is a record breaker. Well, this was one of those days and I think its just as important to make those reports as reporting awesome days.
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We've had some really strange and warm weather this winter. I'm not complaining by any means, but it makes you wonder if we will get a late cold snap at some point.
In the mean time we have been… Read Full Report →
It started out like most other six hour trips. We made a stop at a known King Mackerel spot to kick things off. After boating a few Macs we spotted a Cobia lurking just below the surface. I sent… Read Full Report →
This trip was booked months in advance and moved several times. Probably the most important trip of the year and I didn't make a dime! This trip was specifically for my family, my son Andrew in particular. He had… Read Full Report →
The red snapper have been a little finicky lately, but with a little work you can find them. Even if they don't want to cooperate, there are plenty of other hungry fish to keep you occupied. The black snapper… Read Full Report →
The much anticipated opening weekend of red snapper didn't disappoint. There were a ton of boats out enjoying the near perfect weather. The seas were calm and the fish were chewing! We headed down the West beach towards Pensacola… Read Full Report →
It started out as a Cobia trip, but my crew and I quickly grew bored looking for them along the East Beach. We made the decision to head south to deeper water after some Amberjack. It didn't take long… Read Full Report →
After a quick check of the radar and determine we had a small window to get the trip in, we headed out of the East Pass in search of triggerfish. After landing and releasing a nice Gag Grouper caught… Read Full Report →
Spring time in the Florida Panhandle can be unpredictable. Sunny and 70s one day and a gloomy 50s the next. Fortunately we have a couple day weather window to get off shore and wet a line. We headed out… Read Full Report →
Its almost spring break time again. Unlike last year we are able to keep Triggerfish and they are chewing pretty good! We've also been seeing some nice Amberjack on the artificial wrecks. Mingo snapper are mixed in along with… Read Full Report →
September and October are two of the best months to fish in Destin. The waters are still warm and some exciting species start to come close to shore. We've already hooked up a nice sailfish and expect to see… Read Full Report →
The waters are just about as warm as they are going to get. Some days reaching nearly 90 degrees. This means the fish will be constantly moving looking for cooler waters and food. The early morning bite has been… Read Full Report →
Red Snapper season is well under way and most of the public spots have been fished pretty hard. There are still plenty of snapper in state waters to be caught. Knowing what to look for is key to filling… Read Full Report →
It was a typical day on the Gulf State waters, plucking away at the bottom fish, trolling over broken and natural bottom, you know the drill. While trolling for King Mackerel about 15 miles East of the Destin Pass,… Read Full Report →