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Inshore Fishing Improving Greatly by Gil Coombes (9/29/2008)
With winds laying down this week Smokin Em Too fished the Inshore water of the Indian River and found the fish more than ready to bite. Even though water clarity is not 100% we found Trout, Snook, Tarpon, Jacks and Mangrove Snapper all willing to take our baits.
Fall mullet run is on!!! by Gil Coombes (9/09/2008)
The fall mullet run is a much anticipated event that occurs every year in S. Florida. With this event comes rod bending and reel screaming action from Snook, Trout, Redfish, Tarpon and just about any other kind of fish you can think of.
Monster Snook off the hook! by Gil Coombes (5/05/2008)
Tournament fishing is all about putting that perfect sized SLOT fish in the boat, however some places are so loaded up with monster fish that it's almost impossible to do so.
Jensen Beach Fishing Report by Gil Coombes (4/08/2008)
Winds from the SW and fish bite was on wind turned to the NE and the fish got lockjaw. Even with changing conditions we still caught over 50 Trout throwing DOA Shrimp.
South Indian River Fishing still great even with the winds by Gil Coombes (4/02/2008)
Even with the high winds that have been blowing the last week or so, we have still been finding large concentrations of Trout and Redfish. Snook have been cruising the flats looking for a quick meal as well.
Trout action off the hook! by Gil Coombes (3/28/2008)
Got a late start to fishing the Flats, however the fishing was so fast and furious that we ended up back at the dock in less than 4 hours. DOA Shrimp thrown into potholes just irresistable.
West Wall producing by Gil Coombes (3/14/2008)
Redfish and Snook hanging closr to docks with Trout hitting almost anything swimming through the potholes. This is the time of the year for slower presentation to put fish in the boat.
Power Plant Flats by Gil Coombes (2/17/2008)
With the numerous fronts bouncing in and out of the area fishing on the flats now takes more patience. The fish are much more lethargic and not as apt to make a long run on a bait.