Scott Collins

This July we have been having a lot of fun on our trips! We went out 7/13 to expeirence little bit of everything. We had Mike and family a board with the St. Louis Police Department. The day started out with a double hook up on bonitos. A move later, a massive sail comes flying out of the water 50 feet from the boat on the first bait out. The fish jumps towards the boat drag never getting ripped out. We come tight on the fish and she's gone. The one that gets away. Shortly after, the next bite produces a nice King. An hour goes by with no action then bam, zzzzz! After a 20 minute vertical battle, Mike reels in a sweet 27 pound blackfin tuna. This one is dubbed fish of the day! Joe, Mikes son, reels in couple short mutton and then celebrates one keeper in the last few minutes of fishing.

We proudly support the Police, Military, and the Fire Department offering them discounts and action.

Bottom fishing has been picking up! Fishing for snook in the inlet and around the beach has been good. Some really big fish are being caught! These fish are eating croakers, sand perch, pilchards, and sardines. The night bite continues to be good for smaller snook and schoolie size tarpon. To get hooked up day or night call 561-214-2271. See you on the water.

Capt. Scott Collins

Gettin Lucky Sportfishing

Fish Species: Sailfish, blackfin, Kingfish, Snook
Bait Used: live
Tackle Used: spinning
Method Used: Anchor
Water Depth: 150
Water Temperature: 83
Wind Direction: E
Wind Speed: 5

Do you want to leave a comment? Login or register now to leave a comment.

No comments so far

Scott Collins

About The Author: Captain Scott Collins

Company: Gettin Lucky Sportfishing

Area Reporting: Jupiter FL

Bio: 50 Master Captain 2 Years of full time charter captain 4 Years salary first mate 15 years of local fishing experience

Click Here For Past Fishing Reports by Captain Scott Collins