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  1. Rain, rain and more rain. That has been the topic of the fishing this past week. We are definitely on the old summertime pattern of afternoon thunderstorms which are welcomed but lightning makes anglers scurry of the water quickly. With the weather we have been receiving the snook bite has really turned on. The inlets and beaches are full of big snook striking Rapala twitching mullet and live bait’s in their vicinity. Schools of snook can be seen a times busting bait schools in the fun clear water. The bite will get better and better as big snook spawn and begin feed heavily. Tarpon fishing is great do to the rain in our local area. Spillways have opened up, pushing bait schools around. Tarpon are beating on these bait schools as bait is flushed with the tide. DOA Terror Eyz great bait to get the silver king jumping. Live baits free lined also a great method for getting hooked up with the silver king. The freshwater fishing has been great for largemouth bass as local canals are rising and bait schools begin to move around with the current. Small Rapala skitter walks provide action for morning bite mid day small Rapala twitchin rap provoke strikes. The peacock bass continue to bed a long seawalls and dock pilings. These fish can be sight finished with DOA 3 inch shrimp in fire tiger color. Well that is the fishing report for the past week, hope you all enjoyed. Remember you can’t catch them from the couch. Get out there and get hooked up. Tight lines! PhlatsInshoreFishing.com, 561-644-4371. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.
  2. The South Florida weather has offered plenty of sunshine and some afternoon thunderstorms to cool down the waters. The fishing has been great. The calm winds have made site fishing for snook along docks, seawalls and beaches lots of fun for anglers. DOA C.A.L. 3” shad tail #309 on a jig head perfect bait to get the strike. Anglers who like to live bait live greenies or mullet also been great choices to get the rod bent. The snook are starting to gather near deep channels inlets and along the beach for the upcoming summer spawn. The tarpon bite has been ok along deeper channels, the juvenile Tarpon have been really active in back days and canals striking DOA Terror Eyz and Live bait’s free line with the current. The first of the incoming in and the last of outgoing tide has been the best times to target the Silver King. Freshwater action has been very consistent for peacock bass as they spawn along seawalls and rocky shorelines. Rapala twitchin mullet in bone / chartreuse great color to entice this aggressive fish. Average size of peacocks has range from 2 to 4 pounds with fish reaching up to 6 1/2 pounds. Largemouth bass have been hanging near deeper holes and ledges anglers can use DOA 5 inch finesse worms or live shiners to get a bite. Well that is a fishing report for the past week. Hope you all enjoyed, remember you can’t catch them from the couch. So get out there and get hooked up. Tight lines! PhlatsInshoreFishing.com, 5616444371. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.
  3. As we start to slowly get back to the grind, the fishing has been great inshore for snook tarpon, jacks, snapper and sharks. Anglers are having great days targeting snook with Rapala skitter walks, enjoying explosive surface strikes. Snook are very active alone dock, seawalls, and deep channels. Live baits like mullet and greenies can be used around structures and channel edges for great success. The tarpon have been active morning and afternoon striking live baits free lined with the tide or using DOA BaitBuster bounced slowly through the water column. Tarpon are starting to migrate down the beaches offering great shots at bigger fish. The freshwater bite has been stellar for peacock bass as they are spawning. The peacock bass are very aggressive striking top water, jerk baits and live baits. The largemouth bass are also biting along sea walls and drop offs, fineness worms and small crank baits great choices to get the drag screaming. Well that is the fishing report for the past week. Hope you all enjoyed remember you can’t catch them from the couch, so get out there and get hooked up. Tight Lines! PhlatsInshoreFishing.com visit us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.
  4. South Florida weather continues to stay warm, and keeping the fishing red hot. The cool fronts continue to push our way driving more species to our area. The snook fishing has been excellent inside the intercoastal waterway’s, back bays and canals. Docks, sea walls, channel edges and mangrove shorelines all great areas to locate linesiders. Live bait, artificial lures, and top water lures all great tactics to get you hooked up with a snook. Tarpon action has been phenomenal the past week, the silver kings have been very active on the first of the incoming and last of the outgoing tide’s. Live bait freelined with the tide great tactic, but a Doa C.A.L. 3” shad in mole, a great bait to get your rod bent. The tarpon have been averaging 10 to 60 pounds. The channels and deep holes have been offering a plethora of species jacks, Spanish mackeral , snapper, drums, sheepshead, sharks and many others all willing to strike live bait or DOA lure presented to them. Well that is the fishing report for the last week. Hope you all enjoyed, remember you can’t catch them from the couch. Get out there and get hooked up. Tight Lines! PhlatsInshoreFishing.com Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube
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