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The weather seems to have shifted to spring like patterns- in February! Who'd a thunk it?! With that being said "fish read the conditions rather than the calendar", so it could mean an early season for many of the migratory species. The water temperatures are unseasonable high compared to the past several years and as a general rule we always say when the water temperatures reach 65 degrees it's prime time to be here!

So far we are off to a good start with many phone calls and emails reserving dates for spring and summer fishing trips. For all of you guys who ordinarily plan a little later in the year, you may want to consider making your fishing plans earlier than usual.

We expect to catch pompano, whiting, white and speckled trout, flounder, redfish and tripletail early this year! Spanish mackerel are already spotted off the beaches, which again is early.

Don't be the one sitting on the dock waiting for a boat to come in or frantically call around looking for just any captain on a days notice. Make your fishing arrangements early to insure you will have your preferred captain available to you during your vacation.

If you're looking for experienced, family friendly native guides, give us a call @ 850-653-2622 or drop us an email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We'd love to take you fishing in our back yard!

39.5 inch redfish

Captain Dwayne Allen
Book Me A Charter Guide Service
Apalachicola, FL
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