Florida's Adventure Coast Blog

April Fishing on Florida's Adventure Coast

April fishing is on fire! We have a wide variety of game fish to target right now. Cobia are here prowling the flats and nearshore wrecks. When targeting cobia on the flats, look for sting rays in two to six foot depth. Cobia like to hang around the rays and feed on small bait fish.

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March Fishing on Florida's Adventure Coast

Spring is in the air and the fish are getting very active. With the Gulf waters heating up, we will soon see the migration of Spanish mackerel and cobia showing up. Bait pods are here already and the game fish are ready to eat.  

Redfish are roaming the outside points, islands and creek mouths....

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February Fishing on Florida's Adventure Coast

Sheepshead are the big talk right now among Adventure Coast anglers. Our sheepshead fishing is very good right now on our nearshore and offshore rock piles.

“Sheepies” are fun to target. It’s a lot like grouper fishing; anchor the boat up-current of the rocks, casting a distance away. What I...

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January Fishing on Florida's Adventure Coast

Happy New Year to all. Old Man Winter is here and the inshore game fish are holding in their winter areas.

Red fish can be found in the creeks and back bays, as well as near warm springs. Live select shrimp rigged with a 1/0 or 2/0 circle hook and light 20-pound leader is all you need to hook...

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December Fishing on Florida's Adventure Coast

December is the last month of grouper season; the 31st marks the last day to catch and keep your grouper. Grouper fishing is good now in the shallow Gulf waters of the Adventure Coast.

Here we have thousands of rocks at six to twelve-foot depth within nine miles of shore. These areas produce...

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November Fishing on Florida's Adventure Coast

November brings cooler air and water temperatures to our area. This is the time to get in some of the best fishing Florida has to offer.

Inshore fishing is very good. We are catching a lot of redfish on the outer points and mangrove shorelines. Live green backs or live pin fish are the best...

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October Fishing on Florida's Adventure Coast

Fall is in the air, which means the early mornings are nice and cool. Days quickly heat up but mornings give us a nice taste of the changing season and all that means for angling. The fishing is just epic now and will only get better. 

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September Florida's Adventure Coast Fishing & Scalloping

September is a great month for fishing and it’s also the end of Scallop Season. The last day to go scalloping in 2017 is September 24.

This year scallops are very plentiful and larger than they’ve been the last few years. North of Bayport, we are catching scallops in an average depth of four to...

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