ReelGangsta

Member since: September 25, 2018

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Primarily East Central Coast Inshore and West Central Coast Offshore fisherman. Baits of choice are : DOA paddle tails with jigs. Super Spook top water Gulp shrimp Boat: Gheenoe Lowsider

    Growth

    December 5, 2019

    Hit the 192 bridges last night and noticed that this red moss/crap has started to form around the shoreline. Stuff is thick. Couldn’t throw but a few cast before I gave up reeling in piles of this stuff. Went down to the beach and conditions were excellent. A guys there was consistently catching whiting, but stated the fleas were hard to come bye. Conditions weather wise look great. Hope to see some reports.

      Old Dirt Docks

      December 1, 2019

      Hit old dirt docks at around 5am this morning. Oddly enough, nobody was there. Hit the eastern shoreline and the bite was one fire. First cast produced a 19in red, the very next 3 cast were Trout ranging from 14-20in. On the hunt for a snook with some size, I started pitching some live finger mullet, which were so abundant that my first cast with the net was all I needed.

        Small Trout

        November 26, 2019

        Hit the Cape Canaveral Hospital bridges for a few minutes in between jobs Im working. Threw gulp in green and literally caught a fish a cast. Nothing over 15in, but as other reports have stated, it’s great to see the fish population exploding. Have a great Holiday. Be safe.

          Last Day

          June 1, 2019

          Tried to see if I could hit a slot size snook on the last day. Woke up super pumped and ready to get into the action. Rods rigged, baits assorted, this is going to be […]

            Full Moons

            May 20, 2019

            After checking the weather and moons, I decided to hold off on the fishing to later in the afternoon on Sat. Hit Wabasso and headed to the south point. Bait was everywhere, and I could see tails. Throwing a gold paddle tail on red jig I immediately hook up, I was thinking red, but was pleasantly surprised with an 18 inch snook.

              Bait, Bite, and Bugs

              September 30, 2018

              09/28/18 – Got a chance to get wet from 5pm-7:30pm just North of the Wabasso Bridge. The bait, bite, and bugs were off the chain. Started off using white DOA paddle tails under the mangroves and around the mouths of openings. Small snook were impact striking under the mangroves and small reds were hitting slow up and down retrievals 6 to 8 feet out at the shadow line.

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