Captain's Report: Fishing Conditions & Recent St. Augustine Fishing Charters

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July 2018 pics

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Spring 2018

We had a great spring on the water here in St.Augustine.The weather thru March and April was mostly windy with temperatures below normal.May and the first part of June the wind layed down and the temperatures got up to normal.The redfishing was red hot with lots of happy customers.The redfish were found in a variety of different places from deeper water structure out on the intracoastal,shallow water flats off the intracoastal to backcountry creeks.I probably spent more time in the backcountry creeks than any due to big fish in the 25 to 33inch class being stacked up in these spots day after day.Many of these days on a half day trip we pulled into a spot put the power pole down and did not move till it was time to go to the dock.We caught a few trout and black drum this spring but the bite was on and off.With the redfish bite as good as it’s been not a big deal.I expect the good redfish bite to carry over into the summer.If this summer is like last the black drum in the 2 to 5lbs range are going to pick up and last thru September.Remember when you book a trip book with a individual professional guide that fishes and makes a living doing it every day not a part time guy working two jobs and learning the water on your dime.

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june,july 2016

The fishing the last two months has been as good as it gets for summer inshore fishing.The redfish have been schooled up on the flats in groups of 25 to 50 fish in the 24 to 30 inch class eating anything you get in front of them.There has also been plenty of fish in the same size class along the deeper drops along the intracostal.The flounder bite has also been on fire with fish from just legal(10in)up to 6lbs hanging out under bait fish on the flats and close to runuots along the intracoastal.The trout bite has been very slow as expected with the hot water temps.I expect the same pattern to continue thru august with the only thing that could possibly slow it down is some big rains(lots of fresh water).

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