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March fishing 09

Saturday, March 7th, 2009

Well the fronts have not made it down and the wind has not settled and probobly won’t for a while. However the fishing is still great. 3-5&6-09 found us on the water again and catching our limit of trout on the same old bait I’ve been using, Gulp. The reds have been a little more spotty but we’ve still managed to limit on them as well. There again Berkley Gulp did the trick. So even with the extra wind the fishing is still good. Haven’t been able to try any flounder though. Tight Lines,

Febuary Fishing

Friday, February 27th, 2009

The fishing for this month has been as hot as I have ever seen it for this time of year. We’ve been catching lots of trout and reds with the reds running on the large side. The trout fishing has been great with limits plus being the norm. The trout have been of average size in the 17 to 20″ range. We’re catching them on white Gulp 4″ shrimp on a jig head. Look to the pot holes for the best action.

Fishing Report for 12-4-08

Saturday, December 6th, 2008

The redfish have been OK this past week but the trout have been pretty easy to catch. We’ve limited just about every day for the last week when we got out. The edge of the ICW has been holding plenty of trout around the 59 marker and up. Gulp is still the bait of choice for this captain but live shrimp have been working as well. The better trout have been coming on the gulp, white 3 or 4”. Flounder are still holding their own with a few coming from the ICW but there seems to be more caught in South Bay.Tight Lines,    Capt. Skipper 

Fishing Report for 11-18-08

Thursday, November 20th, 2008

The fishing this week has been pretty good with the exception of the front we had come through. Before the front we caught plenty of redfish and some trout. Here at Island outfitters we had a group from Brownsville come in and fished a half day on 6 boats. Four of the six limited on redfish with nine each and had four or five trout to boot. The other two boats were real close to their limits. After the front it slowed down but today is the transition day and fishing will pick back up to normal. I was out yesterday and saw lots of fish on the west side of the ICW around three Island area but couldn’t get them to bite.

Tight Lines,Capt. Skipper Ray 956-943-2798