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No New Posts   Pensacola Charter Fishing

October 13, 2009

I offer both offshore and inshore fishing from Pensacola Florida. I am located in Perdido Key which is the western end of Pensacola. I am only 10 minutes from Orange Beach Alabama. I offer Guide services on your private boat as well.

Offshore Fishing trips target Red Snapper, Mingo Snapper, Black Snapper, Grouper, Amberjack, Triggerfish, King Mackerel and more. These offshore trips start out at $475 for five hours and up to 4 anglers. 6 hour offshore trips are $550 for up to four anglers and 8 hour trips are $700 for up to four anglers.

Inshore trips target Speckled Trout, Redfish, Flounder, Spanish Mackerel, Sheepshead, King Mackerel, Sharks and More!  Inshore trips start at $325 for a 4 hour trip.

The cost of the trip includes your fishing licenses, bait, tackle, ice, bottled waters and free fish cleaning at the end of the trip.

For more information visit my website at www.captainjonpinney.com or email or call me.  Thanks!!

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No New Posts   Apalachicola, Florida Fishing Report

October 13, 2009

CAPT MIKE LOCKLEAR ADVENTURES

This area is vast and I fish the entire west coast as first an adventure and second a fishery.  The area mentioned is only a proximity to where I really fish as I prefer to keep the area quiet with as little fishing pressure possible to ensure my clients a serene and productive day on the water.

The absolute best sport is tarpon fishing with a fly rod. In June and July hundreds of tarpon make their way around the rim of the Gulf of Mexico and I follow them wherever they go starting in Homosassa in May. This area is the best tarpon destination in the world, but little known.

The rest of this year Trout, Redfish, Pompano and Flounder are what most Georgia folks like to catch and eat.  So we fish for these species much as possible.  Other fish that pull the drags to scream (but not great table fare) are ladyfish, blues and mackerel.Some days the action is so good you will want to quit.But, know fishing is fishing and sometimes the catching can be a challenge if the conditions do not warrant.Same goes with the tarpon action, if you do not book early, then you may be on one of the off days.Weather plays a role in success or failure.But the guides I use don’t give in easy and will try their best to make it a great day.

My trips are all inclusive and include lodging, meals and the guide. *Imagine staying at my home where you will be treated to a real southern cooked meal after some fresh hot coffee and juice. Then walk down to the boat ramp and hop in for a 4 miles ride out into the protected waters of St. George Sound.

I have a few recent pictures I took to share with you so you can see how clear the water is here.

If you are interested in actually taking a fishing vacation, then we urge you to go with the best guides available on the ForgottenCoast of the Big Bend of Florida.You will have the best guides available on these trips if you book early.

In these photos where these were landed you could actually see the fish before casting them with either Cotee jigs or on fly fishing gear.

To inquire about these trips sign up with this site and we can discuss it on the thread.

*Some anglers would rather stay at a nearby hotel or if the home is occupied that would be a requirement. My home accommodates 3 anglers plus myself. These are the most affordable adventures in Florida because I know how things are with the economy, so when a price is quoted, there are no hidden fees.

No New Posts   blake Nelson

September 3, 2009

Had a great time with the redfish today. We were able to locate a few large schools and they bit for us for a few hours. Even caught some on topwater lures when they were riled up good. We used pogies and freelined them with circle hooks in the tail. This made the bait swim on top of the water so almost every bite we got was an explosion on the surface. We had multiple double hookups and a couple triple hookups. Most of the reds were in the 3-5 lb range, but we were able to bring two just over the slot limit to the boat. After leaving the redfish schools we went to one more spot where we were able to put a nice 23" trout in the boat. After that we called it a day and headed back in.

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Last Post: Sep 3, 2009 by beachin679

 
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