Well our nice weather from February did not carry over and we had one heck of a windy and cold March. This has made the water cold and dirty. When we could get out we had a decent run of Cobia nearshore. We had several fish close to 50lbs. Tight Lines, Capt. Chris
Well February was good and bad. We had a brief period of nice weather and when we could get out the reef was on fire. We had several charters with double digit fish. It was non stop most days. This should continue into March if conditions dont change.
Well a new year and we finally had some new " cooler " weather. With this cooler weather has come lots of wind. When we could make it out the reef has been the place to go. The slow trolling has been off the hook. We have had several sailfish caught while live baiting. We have also seen several large Cobia as the water out there is just now in the 68-72 degree range that they prefer. Tight Lines, Capt. Chris
We still havent had much cold weather and the fishing is still hot. In December the Kingfish started to show in force. We had several days with over 50 fish caught. We also had some crazy shark action. We caught several bull sharks over 200 lbs and a 6' Great Hammerhead. Im sure it will eventually cool off but this has been fun! Tight Lines, Capt. Chris
Well another great month is in the books. We still havent had any cold weather which has been great for the offshore pelagics. We have had a good dolphin bite as of late and the sailfish are just starting to pick up. We also had a pretty consistent bite on the reef for our usual suspects. I look for this continue until our waters cool off. Tight Lines, Captain Chris
October's fishing was insane. The large bull redfish have been right out front for almost an entire month. We also saw lots of nice tripletail on the buoys. Farther offshore the live baiting on the reefs has been stellar with King Mackeral, Cobia, and the Occasional Dolphin/ Mahi. Tight Lines Capt. Chris @ Canaveral Offshore Adventures
Well, this one was tough. We had Hurricane Irma blow threw and really stir things up. This made fishing tough when we could get out. Once this water cleans up it should be back to business as usual. Tight Lines, Captain Chris of Canaveral Offshore Adventures Port Canaveral’s premier fishing Charter.
Fishing has really picked up now that our cold water up welling has left. We have seen a bunch of nice Cobia as well as several nice kingfish. I expect the bite to get even better now that the days are getting shorter and the water begins to cool. Tight Lines, Captain Chris of Canaveral Offshore Adventures Port Canaveral’s premier fishing Charter.