Sarasota Kayak Fishing Report - 7/03/09
<p>After the rains finally subsided yesterday afternoon I decided to hit the water last night for some catch and release Snook fishing. My goal was to key in on where the Snook were located and what they were biting after all this rain so that I could effectively put Sun Coast Kayak Sport Fishing clients on fish this weekend.
After days no fishing pressure inclimate weather - the bite was red hot last night - despite the murky water. My first fish was a 34 inch Snook and the bite didn't slow from there. Using my flyrod and light spin tackle I caught and released over 20 Snook last night including a monster 41 inch linesider. As I was targeting lighted docks and sea walls I also caught and released 2 big Redfish, Sea Trout, Snapper, and jumped 2 small tarpon in the 15-20# range (unfortunately both either tossed the hook or broke off on heavy barnacle build up along the docks.
It looks like a fantastic weekend in store for clients of Sun Coast Kayak Sport Fishing.
A nice 34 inch Snook
About The Author: D.C. Bienvenue
Company: Sun Coast Kayak Sport Fishing
Area Reporting: Southern Florida ( from Tampa Bay to The Florida Keys)
Bio: D.C. Bienvenue is the owner and guide for Sun Coast Kayak Sport Fishing in Sarasota, Florida. Sun Coast Kayak Sport Fishing is the largest kayak fishing guide service in North America with an average of over 350 charters a year for virtually everything that swims in Florida's waterways. Whether you are looking for Freshwater or Saltwater fishing charters look no further than Sun Coast Kayak Sport Fishing. Guide D.C. Bienvenue is an authority on big game kayak sport fishing and has an overwhelming knowledge of both freshwater and saltwater species from Tampa Bay through the Florida Keys.When you are looking for the ultimate kayak fishing adventure look no further than Sun Coast Kayak Sport Fishing. "Fear Nothing - Fish Everything"