My old roommate had never fished inshore before, but after watching so many episodes of (insert fishing show name here) he wanted to go catch a redfish. So with that being the goal, we set set off to mark a species off his list. We didn’t have to search too long before we saw reds blasting bait on a sandbar. These fish weren’t just eating, they were in a full blown frenzy! All you could see were bronze colored backs, 4 inches out of the water, and small mullet running for their lives. One properly placed Berkley Gulp Shrimp on a jig sealed the deal. Luckily I had another friend on the boat who was equally interested in our goal, and allowed me to get hooked up as well.
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The fall brings good numbers of large tripletail migrating by Port Canaveral, Florida. Many times they can be found floating under debris, sargassum weedlines or local buoys and channel markers. Tripletail often fall victim to live shrimp, finger mullet or small jigs. Here’s Paul with a nice Cape Canaveral tripletail.
Welcome to my fishing reports page of my website. I’m going to try and include not only fishing reports but area information, scenic pictures and wildlife.
I feel there is so much to see and do in this part of the world I call home and I’m happy to share it with others.
I live on Sykes Creek which connects to the south with the Banana River and to the north it connects with the Barge canal. The Barge canal going East will take you through the Banana River and into Port Canaveral, then on to the Atlantic Ocean, next stop the Bahamas! If you take the Barge canal west you will find yourself in the Indian River. As you can see I have access to some of the best most productive, laid back fishing in Florida!
I have a variety of trips that include all the fishing areas I mentioned, what can i say Brevard County, Cocoa Beach is a Great place to live and guide!