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Kick Plastic Ocean Conservation

As conservation anglers we are eliminating plastic water bottles on all our trips. For your participation we will provide you with a brand new 25 OZ stainless steel canteen to use and take with you at the end of the day. We will provide fresh water in reusable jugs from Nestle or Zephyrhills. Learn More We have a bad habit. Every year, Americans use millions of tons of plastic just once, before throwing it away – and far too much of it ends up in our oceans. Together, we can change our ways and put plastic in its place. Costa’s
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Ponce Inlet Offshore Fishing Report: June 16th-24th

It’s prime time fishing offshore out of Ponce Inlet. The bottom fishing has been busy, Amber Jacks are finally showing up regularly. Most fun way to catch them is with a speed jig on a spinning reel. Inshore you’ll find a healthy population of mutton and red eye snapper with the occasional trigger fish mixed in. If you like fishing live bait the grouper bite has been strong once you get away from all those pesky snapper. Capt. Nick
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Ponce Inlet Offshore Fishing Report

Ponce Inlet offshore fishing report for October 22 to 28th.   Water is still green at the 100 feet of depth but it’s clearing up. Bottom fishing has been spectacular. Red eyes, red snappers, porgy’s, sea bass and groupers are biting pretty much anything you throw down to the bottom. On the troll the king mackerel are back and hungry. The spoon color of choice is green with a red reflective tape or silver with a green reflective tape seems to yield best results. Spanish mackerel are also thick with live bait bump trolling. Mahi can still be found between
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September Offshore Fishing Report for New Smyrna Beach, Daytona Beach & Ponce Inlet

With the weather not wanting to cool down and 2 back to back hurricanes it was a tough month for fishing. We managed to squeeze in a few days offshore with decent results. We ran out to the Party Grounds and the 15’s chasing King Mackerel. Water temp still in the 80’s and the winds out of the east it didn’t take long for the planers to get bit. We ran black/silver spoons along with Bonita strips and a pink sea witch. Trolled over ledges and artificial structures with plenty of kings in the box and even a decent cobia.
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