Posts by asorice

Summer Fishing Is Here.

The weather has finally calm down and the fishing is heating up. We have had some great days recently with Limits of King Mackerel, some scattered Mahi-Mahi in the mix and a few sailfish starting to show up. The bottom has been a struggle with all the Red Snapper in the area so I would…

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Nov. 2018

The weather is starting to settle into a pattern where we are seeing a few good days a week. There is a good mixed bag of fish out there right now with some fat black fin tuna, King Mackerel and some Mahi’s mix with a few Sail Fish. The bottom bite is good with some…

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June 2017

What an amazing start to the summer. We have finally gotten some amazing weather with flat calm seas and no rain. So we are experiencing a great King Mackerel bite on the reef with mixed in Mahi Mahi and Cobia. The bottom has been “hit and miss” there has been some cold water moving around…

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Spring Is on Our Mind

Well it has been another rougher than normal winter with some weeks a complete blow out and other weeks only a few days to fish. We have managed some great days with catches of King Mackerel, Black Fin Tuna and a few Sail Fish. As the weather starts to warm we will be looking at…

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Port Canaveral Summer is Here

Well summer is here and the fishing is about as hot as the weather. We are seeing a strong King Mackerel bite along with the Amber Jacks. The big summer Cobia run has not started yet and from the looks of it may still be a few weeks off unless we do not get a…

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Yet another windy and rough month From Cape Canaveral

January was again another rough month giving us very few days to fish. We managed to sneak out a few days and have some great catches of King Mackerel, a few Cobia and a few Mahi. This last set of fronts has cooled the water down so we should see a great push of Cobia…

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Happy New Year

Happy new year to everyone 2016 has come in with some wonderful fishing when the weather has allowed. We have been catching great numbers of King Mackerel with most of our trips catching their limit (2 per Person) very quickly. The bottom fishing has been very tough getting through the hoards of Red Snapper to…

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Nov. 2015

This has been a rough stretch of weather for us though are temperature has been mild the winds have not been kind to us. We have managed to slip out a few days each when the weather has cooperated. The bite has been good with some scattered Mahi and Sail fish, good numbers of King…

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Fall is Here water is cooling down

We had some excellent weather the last few months. The water is now starting to cool off which will bring better chances for Dolphin and Sail Fish in October and November. We like to see a sea surface temp between 78 to 80 degrees for the fall Dolphin run. Also towards the end of October…

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Port Canaveral July Fishing Off Shore

The cold water has moved in from the deep which brings some great Cobia fishing! We have had plenty of great trips over the past week and are looking forward to the week to come. With that said the bottom fishing has pretty much shut down because of the cold water on the bottom, however,…

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Port Canaveral Off Shore May 2015

May has been a great and tough month all in the same sentence. In the beginning of the month we were greeted with some excellent Dolphin fishing. We had several days with good numbers of nice fish to 42 pounds. Then we had some of the wind that didn’t show up in March make its…

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April 2015 Port Canaveral Off Shore

We have had a great April so far. We have seen a wide variety of species from Sail Fish to Wahoo and large number of King mackerel with some weighing in over 45 pounds. The trolling bite is starting to pick up and with the favorable south east winds it will build a nice edge…

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Port Canaveral March 2015

We are seeing much better weather! While we have not had a great Cobia run we are catching a few, but we are having to fish hard for them. On the reefs we are seeing some nice catches of King Mackerel, some scattered Sail Fish, and a few Dolphin. Out on the troll we are…

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Port Canaveral Cobia Are Coming

We had some unbelievable weather for February with high than normal seas and wind. Keeping a positive outlook for Marches weather with this being the first week with “normal” winds and seas! The water temperature is still on the cool side but with south winds all week we should be seeing a good Cobia run!…

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January Port Canaveral Off Shore Fishing 2015

We have had a great start to 2015 with some amazing off shore fishing. The first two weeks came in with some high seas but once it calm down and the ocean settled down the fishing was red hot. We had some great King Mackerel fishing with some fishing weighing upwards of 55 pounds. There…

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Welcome 2015 Cape Canaveral OFF Shore Fishing

We have had a great start to 2015 our first half day we landed on some very nice King Mackerel. As we get further into our colder months we are seeing large numbers of King Mackerel some weighing in over 40 pounds, some Scattered Cobia and Sail Fish on the slow trolling gear around the…

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Port Canaveral November Fishing

We have had a tough time getting off shore with some extremely bad weather for Port Canaveral in November. Along the beach just off shore Cocoa Beach and Cape Canaveral Air Force station we have been catching some large Red Fish on the near shore trips. On our Off Shore trips when we are able…

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Cape Canaveral Deep Sea Fishing Report

We have seen some great fishing on the off shore trips with some very nice King Mackerel! Some Scattered Dolphin are also making their way into the fish box as well. As we keep watching the water drop currently it 81 degrees, but once it drops below 80 we should see some better fish show…

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Off Shore Cape Canaveral

We have had some great fishing Off Shore Cape Canaveral. As the waters are starting to cool off the fishing has been picking up. We are seeing good numbers of King Mackerel, Amber jack and some scattered Sail Fish showing up. As the cold fronts start working their way down and the waters continue to…

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