Craig Korczynski

What a windy week! Fishing has been like a roller coaster here in south Florida, hot then cold then hot. Luckily the fishing has stayed consistent.


Snook fishing has been great along mangrove shorelines and drop offs using DOA C.A.L. 3” shad tail and DOA Terror Eyz. Four different species of snook are being caught by anglers. Top water bite for snook has been fantastic using the Rapala skitter walk along drop offs and docks for best results.


Tarpon fishing has been better along deep channels as they ambush bait schools pushed around with the winds as of late. Live mullet or DOA Terror Eyz have been the best baits to entice the silver king. 


The flats have offer a mixture of species for anglers, jacks, mackeral, snapper, triple tail and sharks. Live shrimp or jigs tipped with shrimp will keep the rod bent.


Freshwater action has been tough at times do to low temperatures and high winds. The peacock bass are hanging near drop offs waiting for warm weather to start spawning. Largemouth bass can be targeting along shorelines and docks for best results. 


Well that is the 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!, 561-644-4371 visit us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. 561-644-4371

Fish Species: Snook, tarpon, jacks, snapper, sharks, peacock bass, largemouth bass
Bait Used: DOA Lures, Rapala
Tackle Used: Daiwa
Method Used: Jigs, topwater
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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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