Fishing 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 With A Yankeetown Florida Cobia
Doug and Pat enjoying early spring fishing
Friends Of Captain Nick’s fishing off of Yankeetown Florida
The peace and quiet of the river, the cast of the rod, the strike, and the sound of your voice saying,
"I Got One",
ringing across the water and into the forest.
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