Capt. Lukas Brickweg

Member since: May 25, 2020

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Captain Lukas is one of only a few professional fishermen whose guided service is exclusively dedicated to surf fishing along the central east coast of Florida.

    Time for Big Fish in the Surf

    May 9, 2022

    Summer surf fishing along the Space Coast looks to heat up for big fish. The month of May marks a real transition in the conditions and species on local beaches. Surf fishing anglers who are looking to target big snook, tarpon, flounder and pompano will be delighted with the weather and species on hand. Knowing how these weather patterns will affect the fishing gives anglers a leg up in the preparation and execution for successful catches.

      Excellent Catches in the Surf

      April 9, 2022

      Surf fishing anglers scattered across Space Coast beaches celebrated many catches during the month of March. Pompano fishing near Melbourne Beach and Cocoa Beach hit spurts of schooling fish with excellent catches followed up by a whiting bite that created nonstop action. Everything from bluefish to Jack crevalle, croakers and bonnethead sharks made it a scenario when one could only guess what was on the line. Rounding off this diversified fish species list were the blacktip sharks that continue their presence off local beaches.

        Pompano Resurgence!

        March 15, 2022

        Pompano resurgence hits the Space Coast! Pompano and whiting came back with a vengeance last week while surf fishing near Cocoa Beach south to Melbourne Beach. Bluefish continued their seasonal onslaught while catfish and bonnethead sharks filled in the blanks.

          Great Diversity in the Surf

          February 7, 2022

          Excitement abound for shore fishing anglers targeting fish and sharks in the surf over the past week. Typically one of my favorite times of year for the sheer diversity on tap for the local beaches encompassing the Space Coast. Look for water temperatures to drive species migration and frequency of catch. Pompano, bluefish, black drum, whiting and sharks will be the most commonly caught. With that being said catches of flounder, spanish mackerel and redfish will also be amongst the top targeted species.

            Plummeting Water Temps in the Surf

            February 1, 2022

            Surf fishing reports for Cocoa Beach, Melbourne Beach and Sebastian Inlet held a similar trend to the prior week with inconsistencies on a daily basis. The water temperatures have plummeted and that has resulted in a varying bite for most shorebound anglers. Bluefish stood the test of time as they’re no stranger to the cooler water temps and continue to stand out on each beach fishing charter. With a heavy dose of bluefish relenting to influxes of pompano, whiting, black drum and sheepshead it’s been an up and down week for surf fishing the Space Coast.

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