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By Seamus on 7/3/2022 11:50:00 AM • Views (4)
I worked two days out of the Ocean Reef Club in Key Largo and both days were great with great guys.  The guys on both trips wanted to shark fish and that we did with them hooking about 4-5 sharks per trip and landing most of them.  On day two the guys hooked the shark slam lemon sharks nurse sharks bonnet head sharks and black tip sharks.  Dang!...

By Seamus on 7/3/2022 10:58:34 AM • Views (30)
Folks from Virginia on board today. Rained on us most of the day it was not rough though and fishing was a little on the scrappy side but we ended up with a few dolphin. Thanks fellas


By Seamus on 7/3/2022 7:17:32 AM • Views (11)
We had some afternoon thunderstorms that added a bit of water to the Beaverkill and East Branch but had no affect o the West Branch. It’s clear and just under 600 cfs on the lower West this morning. We’ll hit 78 degrees today with sunshine and wind 10 – 15 mph out of the North. …

By Seamus on 7/3/2022 2:09:32 AM • Views (22)
The weatherman really blew this one. Called for rain and we only got a 20 min shower in the afternoon. We made both morning and aftrernoon trips with a few people that did not listen to hiim. On both trips we picked at shorts and keepers. Had a couple of limits in the morning. There are some new pictures in the gallery or facebook. We will be back...

By Seamus on 7/2/2022 11:00:45 PM • Views (2)
Such  good food   Much aloha and God Bless The post Kona Fishing Report appeared first on Camelot Sport Fishing.

By Seamus on 7/2/2022 7:26:59 PM • Views (17)
Salmon trip again today. Weather was mild all day. Big fish were scarce today but did come home with salmon for everyone. The post July 2 appeared first on Monterey Bay and Santa Cruz Fishing Charters.

By Seamus on 7/2/2022 4:10:00 PM • Views (4)
Sunday July 2 2022 Summertime fishing is in full swing on the Outer Banks we are getting good reports from the Sound to Offshore! Puppy Drum continue to be the highlight of the surf fishing reports. This has been one of the better years for Puppy Drum in the surf that we have seen in … TW’s Daily Fishing Report Read More »

By Seamus on 7/2/2022 3:43:49 PM • Views (22)
Capt Dave reports a great day on the Viking Starship. It was excellent fishing at the lighthouse with mostly Large and Jumbo Porgies. There were also Striped Bass Bluefish and quite a few SeaBass. When the tide started to run hard we went down the beach and found an excellent pick of mixed size Porgies. […]

By Seamus on 7/2/2022 3:19:43 PM • Views (20)
There is no Rockfishing allowed from July 16th — July 31st.  LHCF has open weekdays before the closure. Let’s go catchin’! ∞     The post 13 Days Before 2-Week Rockfish Closure appeared first on Last Hurrah Charter Fishing.

By Seamus on 7/2/2022 1:53:34 PM • Views (29)
Currently we are continuing to target Haddock while avoiding dogfish as much as is humanly possible.

By Seamus on 7/2/2022 12:45:00 PM • Views (20)
Rick P and David day #2. Fishing in Louisiana #powerpole #yamaha #rojascharters #sightfishing #flatsfishing #marshfishing #lurefishing #pathfinderboats #minnkota #humminbird #redfish #speckledtrout #drum #bass #flounder #newOrleansandCo #superiorfishingexperience #nola #visitneworleans #fishinglouisiana #familyfun #visitlouisiana #fourhorsemancork...

By Seamus on 7/2/2022 12:45:00 PM • Views (25)
Rick P and David day #2. Fishing in Louisiana #powerpole #yamaha #rojascharters #sightfishing #flatsfishing #marshfishing #lurefishing #pathfinderboats #minnkota #humminbird #redfish #speckledtrout #drum #bass #flounder #newOrleansandCo #superiorfishingexperience #nola #visitneworleans #fishinglouisiana #familyfun #visitlouisiana #fourhorsemancork...

By Seamus on 7/2/2022 11:56:36 AM • Views (21)
Summer Bucket List ✔️ 🔥Book your trip NOW for July and August (863) 357-0892 Brant McNeese caught over 70 bass in two days on an artificial and live bait fishing trip! We had a great time out on Headwaters! Early morning fishing has been great! Book your trip before summer is gone! (863) 357-0892 The post Headwaters Fishing Guide 6/30 appeared fi...

By Seamus on 7/2/2022 11:25:38 AM • Views (9)
The rivers have all dropped into shape. The Clark Fork & Flathead are still high and carrying some color but we are finding some fish out there.  We are look'n to be in the prime zone any day. The Blackfoot is in primo shape and continues to fish well as the smorgasbord of bugs pours [...] The post All Systems Go appeared first on Bigfork Anglers....

By Seamus on 7/2/2022 10:31:45 AM • Views (0)
The Yellowstone has been dropping steadily the past few days and should be fishing well next week. We talked to 4 boats that were on it yesterday. One boat got skunked two boats got one each and the fourth boat got a few. Clarity is still only around an inch or two but should improve... The post Yellowstone Boat Ramps (part 2) appeared first on Ye...


By Seamus on 7/2/2022 7:47:18 AM • Views (3)
Most of the heavy storms slid south of us last night and the flows are starting close to yesterday’s. There is some light rain falling but not enough to change anything. Total rainfall for the day should be.06″. Hopefully that pushes the hatches a little earlier in the day. Yesterday fished similar to the …

By Seamus on 7/2/2022 5:04:58 AM • Views (9)
Bluefin back at it again🤔 Well today started off fishing rockfish then switching over to trolling for Yellowfin tuna and then ended up getting a few Bluefin. It was a very fishy day I think. 😕 Well the Rock cod bit the Yellowfin made a showing and we put two Bluefin in the 100-pound range…

By Seamus on 7/2/2022 2:37:38 AM • Views (7)
Made morning and afternoon tips for fluke again today. On both trips we did not have much of a drift but managed to pick at shorts nad some keepers. There are some new pictures in the gallery from today. We are fishing for fluke everyday making two half day trips (8am to 12:30 and 1:30 to 6 pm). We will be back it again tomorrow rain or shine. Loo...

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By Captain Hogg's Charters on 6/29/2022 2:54:50 AM • Views (122)
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By Seamus on 6/29/2022 2:59:58 PM • Views (76)
If you’re looking for an adrenaline-pumping Myrtle Beach activity look no further than shark fishing! These massive creatures are sure to give you a fight and there’s nothing quite like reeling one in. Myrtle Beach Shark Fishing The best time to go shark fishing is during the months of May June July August and September. […]

By Guntersville FIshing Charter on 7/1/2022 • Views (65)
I guided at Logan Martin yesterday and my first objective is to always get a ledge bite going. Well that didn't happen. Thankfully we started the morning with a topwater and put a solid limit in the boat. The next pattern I checked was brushpiles and we were able to get a lot of bites doing that however we were unable to upgrade the fish we c...

By Seamus on 6/29/2022 11:24:50 AM • Views (77)
Fishing on the beaches of the OBX has been good past few days. Plenty of bottom fish bluefish and few red drum. Our offshore charters are getting lots of tuna and mahi. Our sportsman half days are getting big red drum and lots of trout. Our nearshore charters are catching bluefish and mackerel. Picture of […] The post OBX Fishing Report 6/29/22 fi...

By mike on 7/1/2022 7:14:29 AM • Views (55)
Hot summer days and low water. The trout are on the move early in the mornings by mid morning the bite has started to slow down. The trout will be moving back into the moss beds to beat the heat of the day. I will setup...

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