Byran Taylor

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  • Southern Bred Fishing Charters
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5th generation Floridian, army vet, and owner operator of Southern Bred Fishing charters.

    Weeds Mellowed in the Surf

    June 7, 2021

    Weeds were back at the beginning of the week, but have since mellowed out. Whiting, Spots, like crazy in the first trough on the incoming high to an hour or so later. Still picking up the occasional keeper pompano or two a day. Fresh dead shrimp and sand fleas being the bait of choice. The bait pods are starting to show early mornings and along with them the small jacks and occasional bluefish.

      The Fish of Summer

      May 10, 2021

      The fish of summer have arrived! This week has been a tough bite on the beach. Bonnethead sharks, catfish and small croakers have been the main catch in the area. A few big whiting have made their way to the sand along with the resident pompano, but they are few and far between. For myself, the best fishing has come early morning until around 1030-11am when the bite turns off, and then late evening time as it turns on again. Fishbites in white crab and clam flavor have been the best to avoid the catfish.

        Big Sharks on the Beach

        April 12, 2021

        This week we have been once again met with great conditions and even better weather. At the start of the week I did some heavy surf fishing targeting pompano. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to get any keepers but the whiting bite has been on fire. With fresh dead shrimp being the hot bait early.

          Pompano!

          April 5, 2021

          Even with the front and the higher surf the water is pretty clear and clean. Unlike a few weeks ago. Up and down the coastline of volusia county pompano bite has been on fire, unfortunately the vast majority of them are undersized. Catches of 15 or more a day is not unheard of right now, however they are all undersized. The occasional keeper will show up in the mix so you have to fight each hit as if it was. The bait of choice has been fresh dead shrimp on the lower tide and live sand fleas on the higher tides. Also in the mix are some really nice whiting, and Spanish mackerel.

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