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Summer time Bites

The heat of summer is here. Temperatures in Florida soar to over 90 degrees in the afternoon's, July- August. Although water temperatures are on the rise, we know just where the fish like to hang out during our warmer months. Like any species they move and change with the seasons. Some species following their food sources and a few cooling off in deeper holes.

Inshore snook are prevalent and a fun catch on live bait. Season is closed but they are an exciting catch and release. We actually just had a recapture on a snook we tagged in April of this year. All anglers have the options of tagging their catches. Redfish are hanging around the mangroves and begin to move around in smaller schools.

Grocery shopping? We can help with that. Fish our natural and artificial wreck sites along our gulf beaches. Snapper ( Mangrove and Lane ), Cobia, King Mackerel and the occasional Grouper. A large cooler and ice is provided to keep your catch fresh. Captain also cleans your catch dockside. These trips are weather dependent with seas two feet or less.

Looking for something bigger? Goliath Grouper spawn during the warmest months of the year. These XL fish hang out on our nearshore wrecks. Common size range is 80-500lbs. These fish pull some serious drag. If you can get one boat side, we send you home with the 20/0 hook you used to catch it. Are you strong enough?!

Ready to book your adventure?! You can book online now and place a deposit for your date.

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