Florida East Coast Saltwater Guide Report
<p>Spent the past two days fishing with one of my regular client's Kent S from Ohio. Kent has been a Freshwater customer of mine for over 10 years but made the trip down to FL this week to do some Nearshore fishing with me out of the Cape. Tarpon was our main target fish for the two days.We found Tarpon both days just off the beach in 20 to 25 ft of water but had trouble getting them to eat and the few we did have eat came unbuttoned very quick. Between Tarpon bites there was plenty of action with BIG JACKS. Kent caught the biggest Jack I have ever seen.Length 47 inches Girth 26 Inches. Kent had the fight of his life as it took 70 minutes to bring this fish boat side on lite tackle.I am guessing this fish weighed close to 50 pounds Kent also landed three other Jacks just a little smaller.Along with the Jacks came Black Tip Sharks by the dozens and a hand full of Big Bonita weighing between 10 and 15 pounds.It was steady action both days and beautiful weather for sight fishing along the East Coast of Florida.We found Pogies each morning and with one throw of the cast net each day we were set with all the livebait we needed for the entire days fishing. I still have a few days open this month so if you are looking for some reel screaming action on the East Coast of Florida please give me a call.
Thanks From Captain Ed Bussard's Florida Saltwater Adventures Guiding Clients In Central Florida Waters For Over 30 Years. Office 800-241-5314 Cell 407-273-8045 www.flasaltadventures.com
47 inch Jack Lite Tackle
15 LB Bonita Lite Tackle
About The Author: Captain Eddie Bussard
Company: Bass Challenge Guide Service
Area Reporting: Orlando Area Fishing Guide
Bio: Captain Ed Bussard and Bass Challenger Guide Service Guiding Clients To Trophy Bass In Central Florida For Over 28 Years.