Monthly Archives March 2019

New Smyrna Beach to St. Augustine Offshore Fishing Report

The wahoo bite is running long this season. They are not as thick as they were in February but given the right conditions you can still come home with dinner. The further you venture north into St. Augustine territory the better chance you have. We’ve had the best hook up with black and orange high speed lures. Mahi are also showing up early this year which should give us an exciting trolling season.   Capt. Nick
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Tomoka River Fishing Report by Capt. Nick

The clarity in the Tomoka river is finally clearing up to where the fish can see the bait. Working the outgoing tide fish the drop offs with live shrimp or gold spoons for the reaction bite. Redfish and trout are moving in. Have not had much luck in the flats, I would concentrate on the basin area north of the park. Popping corks and loud shiny spin baits seem to get the most bites.   Capt. Nick
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Lake George Eco Airboat Tours

The Florida wildlife conservation effort is one of he nations most successful. The bald eagle nearly hunted to extinction has fully recovered in the state of Florida. On a 2hr airboat tour we counted 27 bald eagles on the shores of Lake George. It’s exciting to see so many eagles once again in their natural habitat. Capt. Nick
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