Pensacola Inshore Fishing Report
<p>Hello fellow anglers! 2010 has come and gone, and I'm looking forward to what's new on the horizon in the year ahead. I'll be scanning the water in 2011 looking for pushes, tails and birds working bait pods. I can hardly wait; it's going to be a great year.
It seems like spring is pretty far off, but really it's just around the corner. That's the nice thing about living in Florida; winter doesn't hang around long. But winter is here for the time being, so what's biting now?
There's white trout on the bridge along with some slot and out-of-slot reds big and small. If you're near the pass, look on your bottom machine for rocky ledges and drop-offs for sheepshead, black drum, and big and small redfish. If sight fishing for reds and catching trout in the winter is your New Year's resolution, then head up towards Escambia and Blackwater Bay, their brackish water mix holds hundreds of trout and loads of redfish.
I'll keep this report short, but keep checking back from time to time as the season progresses and warms up, and there should be more to talk about.
Till next time, enjoy life and take a little time to enjoy a day of fishing.
Hooked-Up and Released !
About The Author: Captain John Rivers
Company: Mega-Bite Inshore Guide Service
Area Reporting: Pensacola, Perdido Key, Navarre, Florida
Bio: I have a lifetime of fishing knowledge and over 8yrs of experience fishing the northern gulf coast and our local water ways. I have enjoyed fishing all my life. While living in the Midwest, I fished Kentucky & Barkley Lake for years along with the Ohio River and many local water ways. My first passion was bass fishing, but when I visited the Gulf Coast I found my new love Salt Water Fishing !