Week 1 Report - November 2011

Week 1 Report - November 2011

Wind, storms and rough seas averaging 4-8 feet during the week prevented many from fishing offshore. Those that had large enough vessels to brave the weather were able to find the fish. Offshore, the sailfish are showing up in good numbers usually between 110-220 feet. Dorado, kingfish, wahoo and skipjack tuna were biting between 80-320 feet. Along with some big 30-40 pound cobia.

On and around the reefs and wrecks, kingfish, grouper, mutton snappers, amberjack, and bonito were in the mix.but when things calm down, the fishing should be good.

Near shore, on the piers and along the beach snook, spanish mackerel, snapper, blue runners, jacks, pompano and bluefish on the beach.

Inshore around the bridges and docks in the ICW, snook are still in the area but not in as good of numbers as in previous weeks.

In local freshwater lakes and canals crank and spinner baits have been producing well. Try some topwater toward sunset.

Tight Lines and Screaming Drags!!!

Stay Salty My Friends!!!

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