Fish Time Fishing Charters Fishing Reports


July is in the books and the near shore and inshore bite has been really hot just like the temps outside.  Red Snappers, Kings, Spanish, Bonita, and Amberjacks in the Gulf on the Near shore wrecks and by the mouth of the pass have been fantastic in the morning hours.   Inshore the Redfish, Black Drums, Jacks, Spanish and Speckled Trout during the sunset hours has been excellent.  Get out there and make some memories that last a lifetime.  Great times and tight lines.

Spanish Mackerel Trolling Plugs in Pensacola Florida
King Mackerel Fly Lining a Stinger Rig on a Wreck in the Gulf of Mexico
False Albacore Trolling Plugs around the Pensacola Beach Wrecks
Shark Bottom Dropping for Red Snapper on the wrecks in Pensacola Florida

    Sharks are starting to show up on the state water wrecks out in the Gulf of Mexico.  The Red Snapper and Trigger bite has been non stop with some Mangrove Snappers mixed in.  Live Cigar Minnows and Cut Bonita has been the bait of choice.  The Spanish, Kings and False Albacore are all around the wrecks and trolling plugs have been producing a lot of bites as well.   

     Inshore the Speckled Trout and the Mangrove Snappers are all around the deeper docks during sunset and in the dock lights once the sun goes down.  Live shrimp on a fly line or on a popping cork has been the key to catch them.

Red Snapper and a Mangrove Snapper
Limit of Red Snappers, 4 Mangrove Snappers, King Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel, and a Scamp
4 Speckled Trout and 2 Mangrove Snappers

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