Florida Sportsman Fishing 4caster Capt. Jim Ross
Covering Tomoka Basin to Sebastian Inlet, including Daytona Beach, Titusville, Cape Canaveral, Cocoa and Melbourne
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Florida Sportsman Member: Final Point Did a trip with a good friend on Saturday evening. It rained on us most of the night but the fish didn’t mind. I’ll just show you the two big fish of the night. All fish caught on 6000 series PENNS with 50 pound braid, 50 pound fluorocarbon leader and 4/0 circle hooks. Baits were pigs, pins, croakers.
Florida Sportsman member : dtm Decided to go on the troll for barracudas and bonitos and then we score with a Wahoo. There are some shrimpers out there in about 180 feet. We anchored up we worked our way toward one and got slammed again a smoker king[...]
Just because it’s the winter doesn’t mean you can’t get the bugs in the Keys. In fact, I’d stick my neck out and say that most folks who live in the Keys look forward to diving and spearing in December when the pressure is lighter and fewer boats are on the water.
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