The inshore Charter 2016 is already shaping up to be a good year for fishing.
Let me break down what the year has in store for us.
February can be a very good month for specks, but you have to find windows in between the cold fronts and windy conditions, plus we had a lot of rain at the end of December and the at the start of January that messed up the conditions a bit so February might be a little more tricky than I like. But February is a short month, and then we go right into March and that means Spring Break and sheepshead and red fishing in Pensacola Pass. Starting around March 12th give or take a few days, our annual sheepshead run starts and lasts about 6 weeks.
July is another fun month as all species are here and the fishing is good, but just one thing, make sure you got to bed early as my trips start at daylight (5:30 am) so we’re usually off the water around 9:30 to 10am. I do run afternoon trips, in both June and July, and on these trips we’re catching skipjacks, aka (ladyfish), and sharks; it’s too hot to try to catch trout and redfish on the flats, so I go after fish that will bite and pull some drag so you have fun and possibly get to see some big sharks. Make sure you drink your protein shake for these shark trips, as they don’t come to the boat easy.
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