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Category Archives: Surf Fishing
The first week of October brought strong winds out the the northeast and east from a tropical depression skirted offshore and then went northward inland. The surf fishing was excellent as usual when the surf laid down a bit: bluefish, jacks, ladyfish, and snapper. … Continue reading
Late September and the heat is still on but it is fall for the ocean: lots of bait fish on the beaches, in Lake Boca, and the intracoastal. Mullet being busted–tarpon and snook? A surf walk at dawn Sunday morning: … Continue reading
8/7/11. Walked up to Jap Rock from Spanish River Park early Sunday morning. Snorkeled to survey the fish habitat. The areas north of the Rock, off the Rock, and cove south of the Rock are heavily sanded from the beach … Continue reading
The August Snook bite is on. Jeff added the bee swarm to obscure familiar landmarks so that other fisherman could not instantly identify his hot spot.
8/02/11 Surf Report. The August dog days of summer can bring stifling heat and humidity. You know the weather: ugly by 8 a.m. But the dog days of summer also can bring special surf fishing. Glassy seas and clear water, … Continue reading
The Florida lobster mini-season began during a week of fairly strong east winds, which kept many people off the water. The Silver Palm boat ramp did have quite a few lobster carcasses Thursday morning, however. The wind was so strong … Continue reading
Here is a beautiful snook caught by Captain Furman’s friend Blaine while the good Captain was trying to catch pilchards to use as live bait. Summertime and the living is easy.