lots of fish being caught in Intercoastal

2007-07-20 16:46:38
Daytona Beach, Florida - Saltwater Fishing Report
Intercoastal water way
Steve Niemoeller

It started as a charter for a Dad and his 2 young sons to just go out and catch as many fish as they could get hooked up ,(no matter the kind) and when the day was over and 8 dozen shrimp were gone they had caught over 40 fish and a dozen different kinds! they had caught , Sail cats ,mango snapper , jack crevall, sailors choice and 3 stingray and 5 Blue crabs .

But to top the day off was the 21 1/2 inch redfish and the flounders they landed .

It was a good day of fishing with a lot of competition going on on the boat among the three .

If you would Like to book a charter in the ICW ,The Mosquito lagoon or a fresh water trip you can go to www.cflfishing.com for contact Info.

Good luck and I'll see you on the water

Capt. Steve Niemoeller

Fish Species: Redfish and variety of others
Bait Used: Shrimp
Tackle Used: spinning rods and okuma reels
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Water Depth: 2 to 20 feet
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Steve Niemoeller

About The Author: Captain Steve Niemoeller

Company: CFLfishing.com F& S water charters

Area Reporting: Central FL. Fresh and salt water

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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