Fishing Reports

Capt. Gary Gilliland’s Fishing Report 8/18/20

The current high pressure system holding over the coast has kept the wind down and temperatures up. Early morning and late evening are still the best times for top water for snook and reds, along with the HIGH morning tides. Just off the beach, schools of mackerel,...

Reds are chewing!! Fishing Report 8/9/20

Calmer conditions offer anglers fantastic inshore and offshore fishing this week. Inshore bite has been hot! Larger redfish and snook are showing interest in multiple types of artificial baits as well as live bait if you can get it. Mangrove snapper either inshore...

ECONOMY TACKLE FISHING REPORT 6/27/20

The offshore bite is still hot. Limits of red snapper and grouper are the norm, with reports of nice scamp and some super mutton snapper as well.  We still have a lot of tarpon on the beach and in the passes!

ECONOMY TACKLE FISHING REPORT 6/22/20

Tarpon are on the beach!  Red Snapper bite is off the hook! Big grouper also being caught in numbers! Boston Macks, sardines, squid, and octopus are the ticket. Tight Lines!

FISHING REPORT BY CAPT. GARY GILLILAND OF DOUBLE G CHARTERS, 6/10/20

Fishing last week was mostly wet.  The deluge did cool off the water some and unfortunately sent a lot of the green backs offshore.  The tarpon bite improved probably due to the dirty water and they started to prefer pinfish to crabs.  Inshore the topwater trout bite...

FISHING REPORT 5/27/20

Everybody get ready for gag grouper and red snapper! Both seasons open June 1st and Captain's are already reporting lots of both being caught ahead of the season opener on squid, sardines, octopus and cut white bait. Follow the possession limits and take care of the...

TARPON, TARPON, TARPON!

They are here! Lot's of fish in the passes and on the beach! Crabs, threadies and pinfish are the bait of choice. There are even some nice fish being caught on fly! There are plenty of fish so be courteous of others! Don't crowd, wait your turn and enjoy!

SPRING FISHING IS HERE!

Offshore, if you are able to get to 200 feet wahoo is the word.  If you are closer, 100 feet or less look for black fin tuna. Near shore, tarpon are hot and cold.  Look forward to warm weather before it gets active.  Inshore is an all around good bite.  Juvenile...