Hey Big Bend Fish and Scallop Friends

First I want to tell you what I think about the Oil spill threat.

It doesn’t look like it’s going to impact our coast on it’s own. But, if a big storm or hurricane developed in the Gulf, all bets are off. Having said all that, personally, I’m hoping and praying that we are not impacted by the oil and preparing for the worst. I think that is what our State, as well our County officials are doing.

As an individual there is a lot of info to sort through. Taylor county emergency services seems to be as good as any.

Fishing the last couple of weeks has been typical summer time (warm water) patterns. Fish shallow for Trout and Reds early in the day. Deeper flats will produce Trout in the heat of day. Slow presentation and some days a GULP is what works. The bonus catch is worth the effort even when the trout bite is slow.

Flounder, Sea bass, Mackerel and a shot at a keeper Cobia make the 6-12 foot flats productive and fun because of the variety. I recommend at least a 20 lb leader to keep offs to a minimum. Steel leader will reduce your Trout strikes.

Offshore fishing has been very productive now that Red Snapper are boxable. Offshore Captains have had a good week.

We have Scallops on our flats and no oil. Requests are being submitted to open the season early. I do not have word yet. Give us call or watch the news for an announcement.

Thanks For Checking In, Pray For Our Coast If You Will.
God Bless and Good Fishing
Captain STEVE KROLL

This Steinhatchee Fishing Report is from Steinhatchee Fishing Guide Captain Steve Kroll

Courtney With a 24" Troutshe helped her POPPY, Dr. Anderson Reel In

Courtney With A Steinhatchee Red She Helped Captain Steve Reel In
Courtney With A Steinhatchee Red She Helped Captain Steve Reel In
A Bucket Full Of Redfish And Trout
A Bucket Full Of Redfish And Trout