Craig Korczynski

Late bloomer! Hurricane Nicole sure snuck into the east coast of Florida packing a punch. Full moon super high tides made for a high water event for south Florida. 


The fishing the days after Nicole produced great action as the inter coastal waters were teaming with a plethora of species. The mackerel, jacks, bluefish, snapper, tarpon just to name a few, produced drag screaming action for anglers.


Consistent schools of jacks, mackerel, bluefish  and sharks made for smiling anglers as every cast produced a tug on the other end of the line. DOA C.A.L. curl tail and DOA terror eyz mimic bait fish the predator fish feed on.


Channels and drop offs great areas to find roaming tarpon, looking for there next meal. Live bait and DOA C.A.L. shad tail were the bait of choice. The bite picked up on the out going tide due to the higher water levels. More water draw means more flushing of bait into open waters.


Snook fishing was good around docks as the tide dropped. Above normal hightides made snook hard to find along docks and mangrove shorelines. Lower tide levels the live baits and DOA C.A.L. 4” jerk baits produced strikes from snook.


Well that is the fishing report for the past week, hope you all enjoyed. Remember you can’t catch them from the couch, so get out there and get hooked up. Tight lines!


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Fish Species: Snook, tarpon, jacks, snapper, mackerel
Bait Used: DOA Lures
Tackle Used: Daiwa
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Craig Korczynski

About The Author: Captain Craig Korczynski

Company: Phlats Guide Services

Area Reporting: Palm Beach/Jupiter

Bio: Light tackle Inshore Fishing Guide for both Salt and Freshwater. I target species such as Snook, Trout, Jacks, Largemouth Bass, and Peacock bass. I use both live bait and artificial lures. Novice to experienced anglers welcomed

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