The gulf has really come to life these past few weeks. Wahoo have been reported roughly 200′ of water. Mutton snappers from the 120′ range have been cosistent along with red groupers and mangroves. Several scamp were reported this week as well. Kingfish have been reported all week from the beach out as far as 20 mi. Threadfins are thick off of the beach which draws in those big smokers. Cobia are still thick from the pass and out several miles off of the beach. Tripletail have been thinning out a bit but still being mentioned. Pompano fishing has been at its best lastely! Most action happening off of the beach and in the passes. Spanish mackerel have been loaded off of point of rocks. There are still plenty of sheepshead in the bay to bend rods and live shrimp are still best best for them. Trout action has been hot along with some nice reds and snook showing up on the flats. Lots of juvenile….and some adult tarpon have been caught at the bridges at night the past week. Stop in and see us with any tackle questions or needs!!


Tight Lines!!


THURSDAY, APRIL 4TH 5:30PM– CAPT. GEOFF PAGE will discuss different tactics for landing the INSHORE SLAM! Snook, redfish, trout and tarpon!

TUESDAY, APRIL 23RD 5:30PM–CAPT. JEFFRI DURRANCE will be talking TARPON!!! Along with different methods of baiting, etiquette and boat placement!