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March is starting out to be a great month.  The Sheapshead Migration out of the bays into the gulf has started.   This is the time of the year when the bite for Sheapshead is nonstop.  People that are not from the gulf coast are thinking Sheapshead is a trash fish, not here in the saltwater they are a great eating fish compared to the fresh water ones.  It is a totally different fish.  The Redfish on the Grass Flats are starting to pickup during the sunset hours and the Speckled Trout will soon follow once the water temps get up into the 70 degree range.  The Bull Redfish and Black Drums are hanging around the local bridges under the pilings. Live Shrimp, Fiddler Crabs,  or Small Pinfish are the bait of choice. Get out there and enjoy a great day on the water.


    Fished the Panhandle Inshore Fishing Club Event this past Sunday.  It started out really foggy in the morning but cleared up nicely in the afternoon.  With the temperatures heating up to 75 degrees the bite was really turned on in the shallows, with many Redfish and Speckled Trout being caught in the 1ft to 3ft water depth range.   



2017 is here!!

  The colder temperatures are hitting the area.

 It has turned on the bite for Sheepshead, Black Drum, and Redfish. 

If you are ready to get out there and have a great day on the water?  

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Winter is here and so are the Bull Redfish with many schools in the Pensacola Bay right now the action has been red hot.


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