January Fishing

January 18, 2019 by Ted Gibson

Trip Info

The Catch
Cobia
King Mackerel (Kingfish)
Little Tunny (False Albacore)
Snapper (Mangrove)
Shark (Blacktip)
Tripletail
Sheepshead
Snapper (Lane)
Summary

We have had some poor weather over the last few weeks with rough seas and windy conditions being the norm.  When we have been able to get out fishing has been pretty good overall. 

The full day charters have been producing Keeper Red Grouper, Various Snapper Species, King Mackerel, Goliath Grouper, and the occasional Cobia. 

The fish on the half day trips have been a little smaller and we have been catching Sheepshead, Grunts or “Silver Snappers”, Mangrove Snappers, smaller sharks, and the occasional Triple Tail.

The half day and the full day trips are still both productive and you will still catch lots of fish on both trips.  The average size of the fish is just greater on the full day and you start to encounter different species.  In order to consistently catch the keeper Red Grouper you see in this report we have been going to at least 105’ of water. which is about 46 miles offshore.  We are here to cater to you, so we are happy to take you on whatever charter option you choose!

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