What’s Biting ?

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Red Grouper can be caught in our Gulf waters year round, with no closed season. They are more abundant, than other Groupers and very good table fare! average 5 – 10 lbs


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Gag Grouper can be caught year round, but prefer colder water temp, season open July 1 – Dec 3!  average 5-15 lbs



Hogfish are caught year round, these fish are some of the more difficult fish to catch and very tasty, they’re diet is mainly shrimp and crab. We usually catch a few a day!


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Amberjack are probably the hardest fighting fish in the Gulf, they gather over our offshore wrecks, best time Spring and early Fall!  average 15-30 lbs, but catch em up to 80 lbs


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Barracuda are abundant on our artificial reefs and wrecks, plenty of action on light tackle, and very good to eat !  Barracuda prefer the warm water, so the best time is Summer!  average 5-15 lbs up to 50 lbs   We only eat the small ones!



Kingfish are our speedsters of the Gulf, reaching speeds up to 30 mph, that’s  why we call em ” Smokers ”  lots of fun to catch on light tackle.  They are migratory species, so we catch em in the Spring and Fall!  average 5-20 lbs up to 40 lbs



Tuna are also one of our migratory species, they travel in from the deep water in April and May!  average 20-35 lbs



Red Snapper are our deepwater species, we have to run out a minimum of 30 miles to catch these wonderful fish! There is a very short season for these big snapper-40 days in 2014, June 1- July 10 !      average 5-15 lbs


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Goliath Grouper are on our artificial reefs and wrecks, these Groupers are protected for harvest, but these big bruisers are a battle for that certain someone that just can’t get enough! average 100-300 lbs