Fishing Report 11/15/10

November 18th, 2010 |

11/15/10

A couple of Saturdays ago I took Dave Sumner and his buddies, Sam, Jordie, Dave, Chris and Mike “Moe’s” Silverman on an extended trip out 60 miles. The group caught a few really nice American Red Snappers along with Mutton Snappers, Amberjack, Big Red and Gag Groupers. The group had a great time catching unbelievable fish. The trip ended with Dave catching the biggest fish of the day. A whopper 45 pound True Black Grouper. Great Day

This past Friday I took a group that consisted of Chris Turner, Gary Z, Chris Emerine, John Williams and Rich Gordon out on an extended trip. The seas were pretty rough which forced us to alter our plans a bit but still managed to put a nice catch together of nice Mangrove Snappers, oversized Lane Snappers and Gag Grouper. The Group also caught 4 Cobia and 3 made the fish box.

On Sunday I took Bruce Williams and friends Rick, Ian, and Xavier on a full day out to a wreck and the fish were hungry. The group caught their limit of big Amberjacks and some oversized Mangrove and Yellowtail snappers. We then moved to a ledge where the fish were even hungrier. The group then caught their limit of Big Red and Gag Groupers. As the last Grouper went in the ice I had to get my mate to help me close the fish box lid. The AJ’s and the Groupers were caught on live pinfish and the Snappers were caught on small bits of squid. Spectacular day with lots of quality fish caught.

Till next time, keep it fishy.

Capt. Vic

Fishing Report: November 17, 2008

November 17th, 2008 |

The weather has been a bit unpredictable the last couple of weeks with only a handful of days that we could get out. This is transitional time of year as the waters start to cool. The Red Grouper move farther offshore and the Gags move in closer. The Kingfish start to show up on all of the hard bottom areas and wrecks and ledges as well. The Spanish Mackeral get pretty thick anywhere from along the beach to offshore and make great light tackle fishing.The Mangrove snapper congregate in big numbers over structure and ledges and can be chummed up behind the boat and there are still a few Cobia around. All in all it’s a great time to go fishing as long as the weather permits so give me a call and lets go fishing.Till next time, keep it Fishy

Testimonials

Captain Vic was great, very professional and guided our party to 18 different species of fish including grouper, snapper, tuna and kingfish. Best trip I have ever had. Chris Crossan
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