Clearwater Massive Tripletail

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Recent offshore fishing reports from the West Central region.


Clearwater Massive Tripletail

Florida Sportsman member: Moscador

Clearwater Massive Tripletail

After spending several days chasing macks and kings with only minor success, I devoted yesterday to finding a tripletail dinner. I’m glad I did. A monster tripletail ate my shrimp and put me through a fire drill.

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Offshore Mixed Bag

Florida Sportsman member: releasegear

offshore mixed bag

Bait was thick right off the beach. We ran out 12 miles – non stop action on bonito, spanish mackerel, barracudas, AJs and one cobia. The cobia swam right up to my GoPro. He had two small porgies in his belly.

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Offshore Mixed Bag

Florida Sportsman member: releasegear

offshore mixed bag

Bait was thick right off the beach. We ran out 12 miles – non stop action on bonito, spanish mackerel, barracudas, AJs and one cobia. The cobia swam right up to my GoPro. He had two small porgies in his belly.

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New Port Richey Grouper

Florida Sportsman member: clarosa

newport richey grouper

My buddy caught a grunt so I grabbed it, cut it in half, sent it down and immediately got rocked! Keeper around 28″. My next drop was a squirrel fish and as soon as it hit the bottom it got hammered as well. Up came another 28″ gag.

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Taking the Kids Fishing

Florida Sportsman member: releasegear

By the time I got the wire rod down and blue runner on he was out of site so I tossed him straight off the back, 5/0 circle hook, 12 inches of 90 pound wire , 50 pound flouro leader and 50 pound braid on a Shimano Baitrunner. Thirty seconds later the wahoo explodes on the runner, shooting out of the water like a missile.

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Catching in the Rain

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

On this, and many trips, it’s an honor to welcome the hard working, dedicated, FWC biologist, Mr. Joe Tarnecki and Ernest Jaramillo, on the Florida Fisherman ll. This is real, on the water, up to date, data:

Joe made a thorough study of our Marine’s huge mutton snapper.

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The ABC’s

Florida Sportsman member: john martin

I was soaking a large Pig fish when I felt my line move a little I put my reel in freespool (keeping my thumb on it) and let a little line out. Bang! I quickly closed my bail and started cranking. It was touch and go for a moment but I got his head turned and coming my way. Tip: Once you get a big fish turned and off the bottom just steady reel, avoid pumping the rod as this puts undo pressure on the point of hook up and can lose you a big fish. The bang turned out to be a 19 pound “fire truck” red grouper.

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West Central Offshore

Florida Sportsman member: releasegear

Next stop was 120 feet. Managed to get a few Aj’s on fly and get a nice mix of snaps and gags.

After 3 hours still no Tuna. That changed as Matt was casting to AJ’s he saw something else swimming and made a cast. BOOM tuna!

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Full Moon Snapper and More

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

Mangrove snapper tend to go “crazy” during the full moon periods. The full moon for July is 7/19/16 ay 6:59 P.M. We will be fishing a few days after the full of the moon. The weather prediction is picture Florida perfect, this should be a great one!

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Tarpon Springs Overnight Trip

Florida Sportsman member: Matt822

As the sun started to show we sent our first grouper baits down and boy did we get schooled on not leaving the big tackle at home, the daylight bite was really good. Even though I had my Accurate 30′s with 34 pounds of drag I only had the 80 pound test on them and it wasn’t enough to keep these guys away from the rocks or breaking off.

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Summertime Offshore Bite

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

Our Florida is now one of the most populated states in the entire country. And, for very good reasons! Our climate is second to none, Our beaches are among the finest in the world, southern cooking is tops, and, never to be forgotten, our fishing. Florida is widely known as the Fishing Capital of the World.

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Open Season

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

For the first time in years both American red snapper and gag grouper season will open June first. The Florida Fisherman ll, Hubbard’s Marina, will be leaving on a 39 hour Middle Grounds and vicinity trip Tuesday, May 31, in search of American reds, gags, and a lot more.

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West Central Deep Dropping

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

3:00 P.M. sixteen serious, dedicated, anglers are ready for a 63 hour ‘Deep Drop Florida Style’ trip deep into the very heart of our Gulf of Mexico.

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Catching in Rough Seas

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

Last weekend’s weather forecast called for 5 to 6 foot waves Saturday morning, then calming down some later on. Early Saturday saw 6 to 7 footers. Absolutely no danger for a boat as big as the Florida Fisherman ll. I decided to set this one out, but, Thanks to Mr. John Martin & Mr. Dylan Hubbard, we have some excellent pictures to share.

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Running West

Florida Sportsman member: releasegear

Out we went to 110 feet and loaded up on red snapper, gags, vermillion and almaco jacks for a few hours. We ended up keeping three vermillions, everything else was released to fight another day.

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Wrestling with Aj’s

Florida Sportsman member: ericf

A 6/0 Mustad Big Gun assist hook, crimped on with 125 pound mono on the spot got straightened out like a pencil. These dang fish have some brutal strength, it would be a struggle to bend that hook with two pairs of vice grips that way.

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Grouper Hunting

Florida Sportsman member: Mako224

We cleared the Pass at 7AM and tried to locate bait. Nothing around the pass so off we went to 30 feet and caught pins, grunts and sardines. Then off we went to 100 plus feet.

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Mangrove Mission

Florida Sportsman member: clarosa

We got the chum flowing and mangroves stated hitting the deck. Nothing crazy but steady, most in the 14 to 18 inch range, with a few around 21 inches. We worked and worked and got near our four man limit of forty with a lot of keeper throwback gags and even a 24 inch red grouper and 16 inch hogfish.

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Middle Grounds Action

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

On the way out we troll for kings and bonito. Bonito are excellent bait. After a Chef Tammy meat balls and pasta dinner it’s bunk time. We want to be ready for the many fights sure to come. First up, the hard to fool mangrove snapper.

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West Central Offshore

Florida Sportsman member: therobertbrooks

Ran about three miles to a wreck in 58 feet, although it’s only about 45 feet on top of the wreck. Noticed some suspended fish showing, so when letting my pinfish down I stopped it midway, and within about three seconds my rod doubles over.

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Anclote Offshore

Florida Sportsman member: BryanC

Went looking for gags with my buddies Chad and Conrad yesterday and we found them in 60 foot. We got our limit at the first stop, with one at 26 inches and the rest from 29.5 to 33. I even caught a 29 incher on an inshore rod later on while targeting mangos, but we already our six in the box so back it went.

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Mangroves and More

Florida Sportsman member: clarosa

Slowly but surely the mango’s started coming over the rail. Got a few in the 6 to 7 pound range but the bite was kinda slow. Every once in awhile the flatline I leave out for tuna would get nailed and ended up being AJ’s just about every time, got a couple in the 25 to 30 pound range.

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Middle Grounds Mayhem

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

Last week’s full moon Florida Fisherman’s over night trip deep into the heart of our Gulf of Mexico returned Sunday morning with the entire boat completely limited out, two day limit 20 each, of Middle Ground’s sized mangrove snapper.

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Deep Dwellers

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

We fought stronger than predicted winds and monster currents. Regardless, this, like all deep-drop trips, resulted in huge trophy fish never to be forgotten.

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Catching in the Gulf

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

That new outfit really worked out well for Dan. His ‘in the money’ jackpot winning snowy grouper hit the scales at a whopping 40 pounds. Not to be outdone, Dan’s very good friend, Ed, is ever so proud of his 55 pound wahoo.

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Awesome Day Offshore

Florida Sportsman member: clarosa

We got to our spot around 8:45 in 85 feet of water. Started to chum and then sent down a few big baits and immediately hooked up with a 30 inch gag. Not a minute later my buddy starts hollering and it’s fighting a little different, it starts running out instead of down and we get it closer and it’s a nice 45 pound cobia.

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West Central Grouper Success

Florida Sportsman member: Thumper363

I got my dad, buddy, and my oldest little boy out for a late day start. One of those days where you get started way later than expected and don’t really have a plan. I decided to sip on some cold beer and spend time with the family and hit a couple gag spots, it paid off.

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Fishing the Deep Water

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

Forum member harbison shared a recent trip aboard the Florida Fisherman II, as they headed out to the deep water to chase big fish.

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Catching off of Clearwater

Florida Sportsman member: Matt822

We headed west and watched the sun start to peek over the horizon as the anchor hit the bottom in 120 feet. The first stop produced a few mangos in the four pound range, three yellow tail and four gags in the 10 to 15 pound range. then the Aj’s came to play after catching more then enough of them we boxed three for some smoked fish dip.

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Mangrove Madness

Florida Sportsman member: Mako224

At 1:30 I chose to run out to 95 feet on some natural ledges. Once we dropped the hook and I allowed the Snapper Up chum to work the bite was on for the next three hours. We put 30 fish in the box with about 15 more thrown back, ranging from 2 two to eight pounds.

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Fishing the Deep

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

Today’s gags are darker in color; they have not migrate to much deeper water. They stay very close to their rocky homes. They are not too happy with the idea of joining us for dinner.

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Pulley Ridge Trip

Florida Sportsman member: _norm

As dawn began to break, the captain signaled for us to bring our lines up so we could make the 3-hour trek to the deeper water in the 550 foot depth. Everyone prepped their electric gear and returned to the bunks for some more rest.

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West Central Mixed Bag

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

Forum member harbison and the whole crew aboard the Florida Fisherman II got into a mess of fish recently. Including big groupers, snappers, and more!

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West Central Grouper

Florida Sportsman member: Double Action

We went 40 miles out and my first drop with 50 pound tackle was a break off. Stepped up to the 80 pound setup and got a 25 inch gag. Threw back a couple 22 inchers and then got a personal best red grouper at 29 inches.

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Back on the Water

Florida Sportsman member: sagory

I haven’t been fishing in several months and was itching to go. The reports have said mangrove snapper fishing has been good so the plan was to try for those. Jim, and Scott and I left my house around 6:30 and made a quick stop at the bait boat for a big scoop of whitebait.

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Snapper on the Brain

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

One very good thing about Florida fishing is that there is always plenty of fish to fish for. When one season closes, another opens. Gags & amberjack are now closed; so what? We will be, ‘Targeting snapper.’ Red snapper, for head boats, is open until July 14.

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West Central Offshore

Florida Sportsman member: clarosa

I made a quick statement, after the bite slowed down “if we get a nice tuna now, we can just go in and forget the last two snapper”. Not 5 mins later, the big freelined pinfish rod’s baitrunner went zinging! After a 30 minute battle, a big blackfin is circling the boat ready for the gaff!

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Targeting the Big Boys

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

After a great Chef Tammy dinner, it’s bunk time. After all, we will be challenging the big boys for three days. OK! We are well rested and ready to go. So are the fish

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Tuna, Snapper and More

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

Tuesday, let’s do it all over again. We are ready, I mean good and ready. The excitement level is off the chart. Our home for the next 39 hours, the Florida Fisherman ll, is loaded with enough food and drinks to supply a small army.

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Running the Bay Boat Offshore

Florida Sportsman member: SouthshoreSlayer

After about 2 hours of snapper fishing the flat lines start getting cut off. We didn’t have any wire or long shank hooks, we all rigged our big setups and the king bite was on for the next hour.

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Full Moon Snapper and More

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

Most consider mangrove snapper fishing to be at its very best during the full moon periods of the month. Last month the Florida Fisherman ll, out of Hubbard’s Marina, fished three days after the full moon. We limited out on AJ’s (two day limit) and the mangos were on fire.

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West Central Mixed Bag

Florida Sportsman member: sagory

We moved out to 115 feet and this is where we did the best. We weren’t too far from a wreck so we decided to try for yellowtails. We saw someone was on it so we changed plans and ran 13 miles back in to try for hogfish on a ledge in just under 60 feet.

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Hog Huntin’

Florida Sportsman member: slper

This was our second trip targeting hogfish and we found them. The great day started out a little cold and seas were 2 to 3, but it warmed up and calmed down. My wife, buddy Jimmie and I got our limit in under 4 hours.

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Fish for All

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

Better hit the sack; after all, we will be challenging the monsters of the deep for twenty five hours of actual fishing time. Captain Garett has advised us to get plenty of rest; we are going to need it. After mango time we are going to this wreck known to be the home of Mr. Amber jack and family.

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West Central Offshore

Florida Sportsman member: sagory

We caught a couple fish but it was pretty slow. We moved on and both the breeze and the bite picked up a little. We were able to anchor and started catching a mix of red grouper and snapper. Troy had the fish of the day with a 24 inch, 7 pound mangrove snapper.

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Red Grouper Rampage

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

Looks like all good things must come to an end. With well over 200 gray snapper and 30 large red grouper this will be a trip to be remembered. Let’s go ‘In search of red grouper’ again ASAP.

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Catch and Release Gags

Florida Sportsman member: OU-Pilot

Went out Sunday off Port Richey to some reef lines in 30 feet. The water was pretty nice all day. Temperature was 62 on the surface. We trolled some Rapala Mag 30′s and a stretch 25′s. Trolled about 2 hours from 3pm to 5pm on either side of high tide. Managed 5 gags with 2 double headers!

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Finding the Honey Hole

Florida Sportsman member: freshfromthesalt

In 120 feet of water, these huge, alien fish, would slam your stoutest meat stick against the gunwale again and again using squid, sardines, live bait – it didn’t matter. This would continue until your back gave out, fighting belt or not. Mixed in with these beasts were some amberjacks that you could not lift off the bottom and other fish, that, if you tried to, would break your terminal tackle somewhere in between hook and main line.

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Starting the Year Right

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

The Florida Fisherman ll, Hubbard’s Marina, is ready to challenge 2015 with the first ever 44 hour trip one hundred miles off beautiful Madeira Beach, Florida. We will be fishing a couple of days before the full moon; it just does not get any better than that.

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West Central Bottom Fishing

Florida Sportsman member: releasegear

We went out friday and saturday afternoon to 70 feet of water. It was non stop gag action with some amberjacks, scamp, and mangroves mixed in. All were caught on live bait. Spotted most of the bait in 50 to 60 feet.

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Full Moon Mangrove Bite

Florida Sportsman member: Harbison

For the Florida Fisherman that means it’s mangrove snapper time. The mangrove snapper is one of the best eating, most abundant, fish Florida has to offer. They can be found from very shallow bays to way off shore. We will be fishing 100 miles off beautiful Madeira Beach, Florida.

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Trolling for Grouper

Florida Sportsman member: freshfromthesalt

Despite high wind and big seas we were able to get out to the trolling grounds for one last meat trip before the upcoming closure. As usual, gag grouper trolling ace, Justin Spigener, put us on the fish even in relatively rough conditions.

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Grouper Grand Slam

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

That’s it! The boat has completely limited out on grouper; and that’s a two day limit of 8 each. We are still a very long ways from Madeira Beach, Florida. Let’s feast on that Chef Tammy steak dinner, with all the trimmings, and hit our bunks. We are tired, I mean really tired; grouper wore out tired.

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Clearwater Offshore Bite

Florida Sportsman member: releasegear

It was take the neighborhood kids fishing day! Headed out at 8:30 and tried to get bait. It was tough but managed to get a couple dozen runners, grunts and a few squirrel fish. We went out to 55 feet of water and set up. The AJ and gag action was non stop from 10:30 to 12:30, all caught on live bait.

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Veterans Day Fun

Florida Sportsman member: OneLandOneSea

Headed out to 65 feet of water for some kings and grouper. Bite was slow but caught two nice 32 inch gags and broke off a bunch more. We lucked out with a nice 20 pound cobia on the bottom too.

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Trolling for Grouper

Florida Sportsman member: freshfromthesalt

I hopped aboard the gag grouper catching machine, the Grumpy Grouper, and trolled up some of the fattest fish I have put on the deck this season. We caught fish from 27 to 35 inches and no shorts. Limited out and back to the dock by noon.

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Fishing with an Old Friend

Florida Sportsman member: sagory

We left my dock around 7:30 and headed to 40 feet which is about 7 miles out. It started out slow but after some hopping around we found some fish willing to eat. We ended up with 4 gags and 5 red grouper which was a little surprising.

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Fun for All

Florida Sportsman member: releasegear

Monday evening we went out 12 miles and anchored up. On the way there saw schools of cigars minnows and spanish sardines and loaded up 5 at a time. We were in 50 feet and the area was covered in small baits. We caught gags, cobia, barracuda, spinner sharks and Ajs.

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West Central Offshore Bite

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

Whenever cold fronts move into the gulf the pressures starts to plummet, this causes the fish to go into a feeding frenzy because they know the coming storm will stir the water and prevent them from feeding easily. So the days leading up to a front are great fishing, but then the day the weather blows up the fishing stops.

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Catching a Mountain of Fish

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

Three P.M. friday afternoon, Madeira Beach is under a severe storm warning. As we board the Florida Fisherman ll at Hubbard’s Marina, we can not help but wonder will this overnight trip produce, ‘A Mountain of Fish,’ or be a complete wash-out?

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West Central Bottom Fishing

Florida Sportsman member: Jerseygirl

We ran south and hit some hard bottom spots that were very productive. The current was strong and the bite was on at most spots we hit. starting out with dead bait, then switching to live once the fish got chewing. We started out with a couple smallish red grouper and some medium sized scamps, then the bigger fish started to show.

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Shallow Sailfish off St. Pete

Florida Sportsman member: Jcclark

About 15 seconds later our flat line starts singing and as soon as my friend grabs the rod the sail starts dancing on top of the water for about 15 yards. I broke off on my fish and jumped up and pulled the anchor. We chased it down and after a great fight we were able to boat the fish for a few pictures and get it back in the water to revive it.

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West Central Offshore Variety

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

Once again time for a 39 hour adventure that defies the imagination. Our weekend home away from home is Hubbard Marina’s Florida Fisherman ll. We love to catch fish, however, what makes these extended trips really special is the chance to get to really know real sportsmen/women from all over the country.

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Hook and Line Hogfish

Florida Sportsman member: spanishsardine

I got the chance to venture to my new fishing spot. I call it The Spanish Sardine Fishing hole. We managed to catch 3 hogfish in 2 hours. We also caught triggerfish, grunts, porgy’s, gag grouper, red grouper, and mangrove snapper.

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Making the Run for Red Snapper

Florida Sportsman member: anglingarchitect

Forum member anglingarchitect got out during this short red snapper season. Making a long run, but producing some really nice fish!

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Monster from the Depths

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

The trophy fish takes Matt from the starboard bow to the stern, and across the stern to the port side. Finally, forty five minutes later, we see color, the color of a huge amber jack. Quick Will, the gaff. Kyle, get the other gaff; it’s going to take both of us to bring this trophy of all trophies over the bow.

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Mangrove Madness

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

The Middle Grounds, located roughly 100 miles north west of Madeira Beach, Florida, is a prehistoric coral-reef complex covering 461 square miles, and is home to 170 species of fish, including the hard to fool, hard to catch, mangrove snapper. Mango snapper are notorious bait thieves.

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Middle Ground Mayhem in the Rain

Florida Sportsman member: harbison

Ms. Lisa Shouron, Tampa, refuses to let a little moisture rain on her day. Lisa, fishing out of spot number 10, shows that nice cobia who the boss really is, after all, Lisa is all woman!

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Sharks and Snapper

Florida Sportsman member: jewfish7

The bite was on right away for mangos with a few other tasty fish coming over the rail.Best mang bite this year for me but most were around 15 inches,but quantity made up for quality.The two biggest snapper of the day got eaten bye sharks just under the boat.

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Grouper on the Rocks

Florida Sportsman member: jewfish7

We did well for a few hours then the bite shut down, we tried moving around but was limited because we only had about 125 feet of anchor line. Towards the end of the day we drifted over the best shows and put a few more mangos in the box.

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Taking Out The Kids

Florida Sportsman member: releasegear

We caught lots of short reds, a few keeper scamp and five good gags. the kids were reeling in a fish and about half way up it got blasted so I put out a mackerel we had sabiki’d up. Soon we had a shark on, a tiger shark. About 30 minute later another Tiger ate a red grouper right next to the boat.

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Grouper Limit Out Of Longboat Key

Florida Sportsman member: ericf

We came in closer to public numbers in 30 feet, and experienced the hottest grouper bite I have ever seen. Nonstop gags! Live blue runners, frozen sardines, regurgitated whatever from caught fish picked off the deck of the boat, nothing lasted more than 20 to 30 seconds. We limited out in about half an hour, and released a few fish after that. It was mayhem, totally crazy.

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First Foreign Kingfish

Florida Sportsman member: guifri

We are on vacation from Germany. Trolled around the crab buoys 1.5 Miles from the shore to catch some Macks. After a while put a white/red yozuri on the Second rod. It only lasted minutes until the drag was singing!

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100 Miles Off Madeira Beach

Florida Sportsman member: Harbison

Captain Mark Hubbard fires up the Florida’s two huge Caterpillar diesels and punches in the numbers for ‘One hundred miles off Madeira Beach.’ We are on a mission, a mission to catch fish. Will the mangrove snapper be hungry? Join the party as we find out together.

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a Long Trip Equals a lot of Fish

Florida Sportsman member: TennesseeDave

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