Red Drum, or redfish as they are more commonly known, is another sport fish you will find throughout Florida waters. When all else fails, try the artificial bait choice for redfish : the weedless gold spoon.
The good news here is that, when it comes to catch and release, shook is one of the hardiest fish in state waters. Kingfish, will soon begin their run from their northern summering grounds to their winter haunts off the Florida Keys.
Anglers have a large window of opportunity to catch these bottom dwellers before new regulations may further limit the season. The sun is shining, temperatures are cooling off in the early mornings, and large mouth bass are biting.
North Florida is a great destination to visit when looking to cash in on freshwater fishing. Different styles of fishing will provide unique experiences for the anglers aboard.
Our local experts will help guide you to one of the best November North Florida fishing adventures of your life. The Rodman Reservoir was the destination of choice to get a shot at a trophy large mouth bass.
Just shortly after this fishing trip, Brian and his wife Hope came to explore what the waters of North Florida had to offer. Captain Shane Doherty had the pleasure of showing them around Lake Woodruff located in Demand, FL.
One location that has been bouncing back in North Florida is the St. Johns River. Lake Woodruff is a tributary of St Johns, making it a large mouth bass factory.
Male or buck bass are on the move, which is a good sign that things are changing and spawning season is ahead of us. When looking for something uniquely different to do in North Florida, consider a large mouth bass fishing trip.
December Bass *Bluegill *Repair * Specks ** Stripes ***Sunshine's *** Catfish ** Note: Peacock Bass fishing is only successful during daylight hours.
In the Northwest region April – November is the prime time for big Flathead and blue catfish. It’s rarely windy and seas are mostly calm, so it is easy to get out for some of the best fishing of the year as the Sailfish come in and action on the reef picks up with the bait school migrations.
Hero Mackerel and King fish patrol the reef edge, and big schools of Yellow Snappers gather for the bait fish feast. With dropping humidity and a sea breeze of about 14mph out of the east most days, it’s a beautiful time of year to be in the Lower Keys.