Two Free Fishing Weekends in June & Scallop Season Extended

April 30, 2011

A heads up from Slick Charters. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission?has annouced two free saltwater fishing weekends in June. June 4-5 and June 18-19 Also Scallop Season has been extended about week on the front end and two weeks on the back end, from June 25 to September 25. Some scalloping pictures?to get you in the mood Good Luck Captain Nick This Yankee Town Fishing Report is from Yankeetown Florida Fishing Guide Captain Nick Slick Charters Fishing Pictures Florida Saltwater Fishing Pictures Florida Freshwater Fishing Pictures

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Steinhatchee Fishing Is Very Interesting

May 13, 2009

Steinhatchee Fishing Reports from Steinhatchee Fishing Guide Captain Steve Kroll Hey Y’all! These days fishing is very interesting, as well as exciting! I say that because Trout limits have been difficult and Redfish have been easy. Not usually the case. My parties and I have had to cull oversize Reds to catch limits of keeper size, and one day this week we had to move out of?a location in order to try to catch keeper size Trout. Not because the fish short-they were BIG! In Florida, we are allowed to keep one Trout per person over 20″. GET THE PICTURE! It […]

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Scallops & early morning trips for Speckled Trout & Redfish continue to be very productive

August 19, 2008

Scallops continue to be the most dependable resource this summer. Water clarity will become a factor, post rainy days and T.S. Fay. Early morning trips for Speckled Trout and Redfish continue to be very productive using Saltwater Assassin jigs 5″ pink and electric chicken colors. Topwater baits such as mirrorlure top dog or zara spook work well, for those of you who enjoy the strike as much as the pull. These oppurtunities seem to be most productive when you have high tide in the AM. If lucky you’ll be in right place at the right time to enjoy Trout and […]

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