Flounder Fishing on New Smyrna ICW

2007-04-25 21:09:26
Daytona Beach, Florida - Saltwater Fishing Report
New Smyrna I C W
Steve Niemoeller

In a couple hours we had hooked up with 3 Nice size Flounder in the Calilussa creek area of the ICW and had lost a couple other fish that we did not get to see what they were before the stong fighters pulled off .

We were fishing with the Steel shad and it has been having some good results for us , with it catching all species of both salt and fresh water fish .

You will always want to check the tide chart and make sure you are not fishing on a slack tide (no water moving) when this occurs the fish very rarely feed , also when the inlet is at high or low tide the water is still moving in the creeks that are away from it. Check your charts (From the inlet to North Bridge you need to add 2 hours )

Good Luck

And I'll see you on the water

Capt. Steve Niemoeller

Fish Species: Flounder
Bait Used: Steel Shad
Tackle Used: Spinning
Method Used: casting and swimming it back
Water Depth: 1 to 6 feet
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Steve Niemoeller

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Bio: I am now a Full time Guide for Bassonline.com . I fish the St. Johns river and Harris and Kissimmee Chains as well as the Mosquito Lagoon and Inshore Saltwater. Captain Steve Niemoeller is a full time professional guide located in Central Florida just minutes from Disney World and Orlando. Captain Steve can offer you more choices for your next fishing adventure. He offers Trophy Bass Fishing, Speck Fishing, and Fly Fishing. We will be fishing the St. Johnís River between Lake Monroe to the South and Lake George to the North. Captain Steve also fishes the Kissimmee Chain, the Harris Chain, and Multi day trips to the Stick Marsh Farm 13 are also available. Quality fishing products provided by the following ; Bass Assassin , SteelShad.com , Stanley Spinner ,

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