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By-Catch Fishing Success

Published January 27th, 2014 by Heather Harrison

Steve and Anthony are avid swordfish chasers. Today our only swordfish bite failed to hook up. This pair of mahi saved the day.

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A Fishy Start to 2014

Published January 1st, 2014 by Heather Harrison

Jeff , Cody and Taylor love fishing artificial lures. Today they had a great time catching a spanish mackerel, 2 kingfish, a bonito, a huge skipjack tuna, 4 mahi, several amberjacks and almaco jacks, a barracuda and 2 grouper. Yhe biggest mahi was caught on the lightest rod and a small bucktail.

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Good Bottom Fishing

Published January 2nd, 2014 by Heather Harrison

Today the surface action was super slow. We saved the morning with a huge red grouper, an amberjack and a big mutton snapper.

This afternoon it was 10 amberjacks and a black grouper

Grouper season is closed till May 1st. They must be released. A Seaqualizer will insure that released grouper survive.

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Tarpon at Last

Published January 10th, 2014 by Heather Harrison

Tonight the water temperature was 4 degrees lower than last week. This resulted in our guest from Pembroke Pools catch 4 out of 5 tatpon to 100 lbs.

Big shrimp were running in Goverment Cut tonight on the outgoing tide.

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Fishing Funday

Published January 12th, 2014 by Heather Harrison

This morning we had 5 and 8 year old boys from Russia. They had a great time catching numerous small kingfish, snappers, jacks, porgies and a bunch of other species of fish.

This afternoon David and Maureen wanted to learn to fish. They learned to catch live bait, where to buy live bait, how to drift with live bait or ballyhoo on top or bottom and how to troll plugs.

They caught an african pompano, a nice mutton snapper, a big runner, snd trolled up 2 blackfin tuna.

At the end of the day the sharks woke up. They gave us back the head of a big snapper, stole another big bottom fish and we hooked a third big shark.

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