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Canaveral Offshore Forecast: July 2020

By |7.2.2020|

The positive thinking worked! We could not have asked much more out of June. Flat calm seas, plenty of live bait and great fishing from right on the beach to 100 miles offshore. King mackerel, tarpon, sharks and goliath grouper were plentiful along the beach. King mackerel, sailfish, mahi, cobia, wahoo, mangrove snapper, trigger fish, vermillion snapper and lane snapper from 60 ft to 120 ft. Beyond 120 ft produced amberjacks, almaco jacks, grouper, vermillion snapper, mahi, black fin tuna, triggerfish, sailfish and tunas.

Off The Beach & Offshore

By |6.29.2020|

Spent the week off the beach and offshore. Had some good Kingfish action nearshore as well as offshore. Live bait was the key but we did get some Kingfish on soft plastics as well. The snapper bite was pretty decent with some Lane, mangrove, mutton and red snapper. Best bite was on dead bait and live shrimp.

Crushing it Offshore

By |6.29.2020|

This week, we absolutely crushed it offshore out of the Port. Too many sails to keep track of every day. Consistently hit limits of kingfish up to 45 lb again. Plus, random cobia and dolphin have been in the mix every day! Bunker have been fairly easy to catch this week, as well. Maybe it's the flat, calm ocean thats helping keep them around right now.

Nearshore & Lagoons

By |6.29.2020|

The nearshore bite this week has been very good. Live bait like menhaden, pilchards and greenies have been working very well on a variety of species including tarpon, cobia, Jack crevalle, barracuda and king mackerel. This action should continue to get stronger as we near the next full moon phase.

Kings Patrolling the Troughs

By |6.29.2020|

In the canals and the river around Satellite Beach we are seeing some really nice tarpon and snook. There has also been a lot of red drum and black drum being caught and of course more catfish than you care to count. We have also seen quite a few stingrays being caught as well. However, the talk of the town is the mangrove snapper bite around the bridges. It is absolutely phenomenal and anglers are catching a lot of keepers using live shrimp and light line for leader.

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