slick-charters-saltwater-galmour-shotFishing on Florida’s Nature Coast is alive and well. Last Thursday all the planets aligned. The tide, time, temperature and weather conditions were all perfect for an offshore trip.

I and two of my fishing partners, Doug and Pat, struck out about 8 a.m. from the Yankeetown Public Ramp. We ran offshore about 15 miles and thanks to Doug’s driving, it took about 30 minutes.

Before the anchor had took a set, Pat was hooked up. Cobia everywhere! The “fire drill” was on. There’s nothing like sight fishing Cobia. On my second bait, pinfish (free lined on top), I was hooked up with a nice 45 pounder. In no time at all we had our limit and had released several fish over 20 lbs.. What a day!

Well, I guess this has been more of a fish story than a fishing report, but like I said before, fishing off Florida’s Nature Coast is alive and well.

Good Luck & ‘Til next time…see you on the Gulf!
Captain Nick
This Yankeetown Fishing Report is from Yankeetown Florida Fishing Guide Captain Nick
Captain Nick With A Yankeetown Florida Cobia

Captain Nick With A Yankeetown Florida Cobia

Doug and Pat enjoying early spring fishing

Doug and Pat enjoying early spring fishing
Friends Of Captain Nick’s fishing off of Yankeetown Florida