Ponce Inlet Offshore Fishing Report by Capt. Nick

Offshore fishing out of Ponce Inlet has been a bit challenging to say the least. Trolling has been slow  so we are mostly bottom fishing. That never seems to disappoint. Red eye snapper, trigger fish, sea bass and of course your classic red snapper have been plenty.  We target trigger fish specifically for their incredible eatability. Capt. Nick Searok Charters
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Tomoka Basin Fishing Report

The Tomoka Basin fishing has been incredible for the last few weeks and this week didn’t disappoint. Took a young man and his dad out for some action and it was non stop all day. His dad told me he has never caught a snook and wanting one real bad. 8 snook later he was tired. Also landed some jacks and redfish. The winner of the day was Redfish Magic yellow paddle tail bait with a gold spoon. Capt. Nick
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Tomoka River Fishing Report by Capt. Nick

The Tomoka river basin fishing continues to be excellent. We had plenty of snook action, some smaller redfish and tons of jacks.  Live shrimp on a jig head dragged across the bottom seems to be the ticket for the best bites. However Gulp Live shrimp also landed some snook. I would fish the outgoing tide.  Capt. Nick www.searokcharters.com
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Tomoka River Fishing Report

Tomoka river Basin is providing some exceptional flats fishing. With the clear water moving in and water temps consistent  its holding all kinds of inshore species. Red fish are plenty, snook are hot and plenty of jacks around to bend some rods. If you’re not getting bites try dropping leader size down. With the clearer water they tend to be more leader shy.  Capt. Nick
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New Smyrna Beach, Ponce Inlet and Daytona Beach Offshore Fishing Report

The offshore fishing light switch has officially been turned on. Bottom fishing is exceptionally good. Whether trolling across your favorite spot with planers or just bottom dropping you’ll be rewarded with a medley of fun fishing. Jacks, snappers and triggers are plenty and the king fish trolling has been hot. The acrobatic rays are still on beach with cobia in tow. Take advantage of this while they are still here.  Capt. Nick
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New Smyrna and Daytona Beach Offshore Fishing Report

With the water temperature still in the mod 60’s fishing inside 20 mile is tough. Not much action on the troll. Only bite we were able to get was a couple kingfish. Bottom fishing however is still consistent. Due to the water still being cold the fish are lazy, you have to drop the bait right in from for them to get bit. Bluefish are everywhere however. Lots of fun catching them on a fly rod. Capt. Nick
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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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