Hi everyone and thank you for tuning it to our very first blog post! We have a very special guest writer to start us of. We have the crew from Fishing Charters Navarre out of Navarre Beach Florida here to show us what is working for them this week on their local Fishing Charters. According to the Captains of the Fishing Charters Navarre the fishing has been great all week. The inshore fishing charters have consisted of a lot of redifsh, black drum, and white trout. These fish are great eating and are an absolute blast on the light tackle. The techniques they are using are drift fishing deep water rocks. The bait of choice has been cut bait and squid. Any type of bait fish works as long as it is fresh. The nearshore Navarre Beach Fishing Charters have been great as well! We are seeing a ton of action in the clear waters of Navarre Beach. Bluefish, Mackerel, and redfish have been a common catch in the beautiful water of the Gulf Of Mexico. The deep sea fishing charters have been great as well. The snappers have been biting real well. Vermilion and Red Snappers have been biting really well. These fish are being caught on squid and cut bait as well. The vermilion snappers are a little smaller than red snapper but are great table fare and are fun on a light tackle rod and reel!
We had a chance to sit down with a captain from fishing charters Navarre and when asked what his favorite fishing was he told us he loved the deep sea fishing charters in Navarre. “These fishing charters are fun” he said “because you never really know what is gunna be there. The large amberjacks are always fun and some really big sharks are there as well! It’s crazy to be reeling in a red snapper and then all the sudden a huge shark comes up there and grabs it off your line before you can reel it up!” He also mentioned his love for the great deep sea fishing is from how beautiful the waters are in Navarre Florida. “The fishing is incredible” he says, “no matter what there is always some kind of sport fish to catch! We also have tarpon that migrate here yearly and catching those fish are always some fun!”
Some of the funnest fish to catch are; sharks, cobia, mahi mahi, king mackerel, red snapper, grouper, and many more! I advise making a trip down to Navarre and getting your fix of some Deep Sea fishing in Navarre Beach. Don’t forget to do an inshore fishing charter in Navarre as well. It is a great time and some great family time! Quality family time is something we cherish here in Navarre Beach Fishing Charters. If you are looking for the best fishing charter in Navarre Beach be sure to contact Fishing Charters Navarre– https://www.fishingchartersnavarre.com/
I first off want to thank everyone who has taken the time to read this first blog post! I want to start this blog with a writing about my experience with a Perdido Key fishing charter. I contacted Bryant Fields the day before our trip to confirm our trip was a go. From there it was a dream come true! We met at the local marina early and ready to go! From there we left and caught some bait at a buoy at the local channel access to the Gulf Of Mexico. It took a few minutes and we had all the bait we could put in the live well.
From there we started our journey for our deep sea fishing adventure. It was glass calm on the way out. We hit our first spot and as soon as our baits hit the bottom we were bowed up with some nice Red Snapper! After catching a limit of Red Snapper we then went fishing for king mackerel and let me tell you these fish fight! We caught three of these fish on live bait on light tackle and it was a blast. One must have jumped 10 foot out of the water! We then moved on to catching some vermilion snapper. Although these fish are smaller, the light tackle and the fight these fish had were a blast! We caught quite a few of these guys and before you knew it our trip was over…. We headed back in where the Captain cleaned our catch and bagged them up for us. It was a great time and was really the staple of our vacation in Perdido Key. We then went back to The Point restaurant where they cooked our catch form our day of fishing. I can’t recommend All Caught Up Fishing Charters-https://www.allcaughtupfishingcharters.com/ enough! It really was a great trip and can’t wait to come back! I hope you enjoyed this reading as much as I enjoyed writing it.
Hi everyone and welcome back to another week full of helpful information. This week we have Pensacola Beach Fishing Charters own Captain Zack Strickland of Strickly Fishing Charters. We sat down with Captain Zack and discussed some of the things that are happening in his area right now! We asked about how the fishing has been and Zack responded with “The fishing is really starting to heat up here in Pensacola Beach. We are seeing a lot of redfish, sheepshead, black drum, and the big sharks are starting to move in.” When we asked him what makes the spring so good in Pensacola Beach, Captain Zack told us how this time of year the migrating fish that swim up the coast of Florida finally make their way up to the Panhandle. These fish include pompano, cobia, king mackerel, and spanish mackerel. Sight fishing cobia off Pensacola Beach is about as fun as it gets. “We use boats with large towers and troll up and down the coast” Zack said ” waiting for the chance to spot a cobia and then present a bait”. This can be tedious at time but defintely can pay off.
Another fun fish to catch this time of year is the sheepshead. In the Spring time we catch these fish during their spawning cycle. Once they finishing spawning they then begin to feed again and we see their fish in large numbers. They also catch a lot of redfish and black drum fishing for sheepshead. All three of these inshore fish are a fun fight and believe me they are great on the table as well.
Spanish Mackerel are another fish to catch in the Spring in Pensacola Beach. We cactch these fish cruising down the beach in massive schools. They use bucktail jigs and any kind of shiny plug will do the trick. When fishing for these be prepared for numerous hook ups instantly. Also make sure you use heavy monofilament or wire leader as these fish have sharp teeth.
Last thing I talked to Captain Zack about was what to expect for the next few weeks and he replied with “It is just going to get better and better”. The way the panhandle is located in the northwest corner of Florida the fishing only gets better through April and May. Be prepared for all the fish stated above and you are sure to have great success.