Fishing Prediction

Based on historical data, you should target one of the following species:
 Sailfish (8.49%)
 Atlantic Tarpon (7.55%)
 Mahi-mahi (6.6%)
 Swordfish (6.6%)
 King Mackerel (5.66%)
 Chinook Salmon (4.72%)
 Mutton Snapper (3.77%)
 Summer Flounder (3.77%)
 Striped Marlin (2.83%)
 Blackfin Tuna (2.83%)
 Greater Amberjack (2.83%)
 Wahoo (2.83%)
 Sheepshead (2.83%)
 Florida Pompano (2.83%)
 Rainbow Trout (2.83%)
 Bluefish (1.89%)
 Whiting (1.89%)
 Snook (1.89%)
 Spotted Seatrout (1.89%)
 Smallmouth Bass (1.89%)
 Northern Pike (1.89%)
 Brown Trout (1.89%)
 Great Barracuda (1.89%)
 Walleye (1.89%)
 Yellowfin Tuna (1.89%)
 Black Drum (0.94%)
 Northern Puffer (0.94%)
 Spiny Dogfish (0.94%)
 Red Drum (0.94%)
 Cobia (0.94%)
 Bonefish (0.94%)
 Coho Salmon (0.94%)
 Blue Marlin (0.94%)
 Lingcod (0.94%)
 Snowy Grouper (0.94%)
 Mako Shark (0.94%)
 Black Crappie (0.94%)
 African Pompano (0.94%)
 Spanish Mackerel (0.94%)
 Striped Bass (0.94%)

Recommended Colors

Based on the time of day, season, weather, and water color, we recommend the following:
Black is your primary color. We recommend trying a Black colored lure. Alternatively, you can try: Purple, Purple/Black, or Black/Purple colored lures. If all else fails, here are some other options: Blue, Blue/Black, or Purple/Blue colored lures. You can use Silver spoons, spinnerbaits, or trim for on the lures. For extra effect, try a lure with a chartruse or flourescent colored tail.

Recommended Lures


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About the Fishing Prediction

Our Fishing Prediction is based on the solunar calendar. Currently, our algorithm computes the "score" for each minute and hour of the day, based on many different variables, such as:
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This Day In History

By bohica on 2/27/2018 • Rank (314) • Views (314) •Comments(0)
ledge

By Joshua Small on 2/27/2017 • Rank (411) • Views (411) •Comments(0)

By xfernal on 2/27/2017 • Rank (794) • Views (794) •Comments(0)
A small drop off right on the 3 mile line.

By xfernal on 2/27/2017 • Rank (846) • Views (846) •Comments(0)
Captain Earls Hump

By xfernal on 2/27/2017 • Rank (807) • Views (807) •Comments(0)
Captain Earls Rock

By xfernal on 2/27/2017 • Rank (489) • Views (489) •Comments(0)
Good ledge for black sea bass and sometimes grouper.

By xfernal on 2/27/2017 • Rank (370) • Views (370) •Comments(0)
Sampsons Ledge

By xfernal on 2/27/2017 • Rank (388) • Views (388) •Comments(0)
Horsepen Ledge

By xfernal on 2/27/2016 • Rank (1410) • Views (1409) •Comments(0)
Good place to catch Swordfish. Nice ledge that drops hundreds of feet quickly.

By xfernal on 2/27/2015 • Rank (464) • Views (464) •Comments(0)
Lots of nice riprap to work here. Usually some grass on the other side. Also, make sure to hit the boat docks along the outside.

By xfernal on 2/27/2015 • Rank (196) • Views (196) •Comments(0)
Nice point that holds fish. You can also work the boat docks around here that holds bass.

By xfernal on 2/27/2015 • Rank (171) • Views (171) •Comments(0)
Sandbar

By xfernal on 2/27/2015 • Rank (230) • Views (230) •Comments(0)
A bar in the channel

By xfernal on 2/27/2015 • Rank (116) • Views (116) •Comments(0)
A small cut in close proximity to deeper water.

By xfernal on 2/27/2015 • Rank (128) • Views (128) •Comments(0)
Great ledges along this bank.

By xfernal on 2/27/2015 • Rank (128) • Views (128) •Comments(0)
Hump in the channel

By xfernal on 2/27/2015 • Rank (107) • Views (107) •Comments(0)
A small cut that holds fish and is close proximity to deep water.

By xfernal on 2/27/2015 • Rank (113) • Views (113) •Comments(0)
Several brush piles and timbers here that hold bass.

By xfernal on 2/27/2015 • Rank (139) • Views (139) •Comments(0)
Nice bank through here with grass to work and some timbers on the end.

By xfernal on 2/27/2015 • Rank (87) • Views (87) •Comments(0)
There are a lot of boat docks along one side. There are almost always a few bass under one of them.

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