Snook, Snapper and Black Drum- Capt. Dan Jolitz

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Captain Dan Jolitz – February 24, 2019
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Jim and Sharon's nice catch.

Jim and Sharon’s nice catch.

2/24/2019 – This is my third time fishing Jim and Sharon and Sharon is definitely the good luck charm. They caught their limit of Mangrove Snapper and a few Black Drum. After that, it was on to some hard-hitting Snook action, which has been on fire!

Fun On Anna Maria Island- Capt. Dan Jolitz

Captain Dan Jolitz – February 18, 2019
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Michelle and Fred had fun!

Michelle and Fred had fun!

2/18/19 – Michelle and Fred left behind freezing temperatures to have a little fun on the island. They had a great day watching manatees and catching plenty of Mangrove Snapper, Black Drum, Redfish, and Sheephead while fishing nearby docks and rock piles.

Anna Maria Island Waters Are Warming- Capt. Phil Dyer

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Captain Phil Dyer – February 26, 2019
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—The water temperature is up, and snook are on fire!

—After fishing mostly docks for the past few weeks, it is nice to be able to fish the grass flats again.  With the water temperature getting over 70 degrees, the spring bite is on.  Snook are out in numbers and are aggressively attacking everything we throw at them. Continue Reading…

Anna Maria Island Fishing Report: Captain Wes Wildman – February 27, 2019

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Captain Wes Wildman
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—Spring has definitely sprung here on Anna Maria Island, with temperatures reaching well into the 80s. Bait is starting to show back up in good form mostly stacking up on large, deep structures, this making it difficult to catch. But when you do have it the Snook bite is absolutely insane. Continue Reading…

Anna Maria Island Fishing Report: Captain Wes Wildman – February 10 2019

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—What a beautiful week we had here on Anna Maria Island, the fish seemed enjoy it as well. Our inshore charters this week managed a little bit of everything, from Snook, Sheephead, Redfish, and Black Drum.  Continue Reading…

Anna Maria Island Fishing Report: Captain Wes Wildman – Winter Sheepshead

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Anna Maria Island Fishing Report – February 3, 2019
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   Well the weather this week made it for a super tough bite around Anna Maria island. Cold and windy days dropped the water temps well into the 50s and never really got any warmer. Our charters this week got the true meaning of tough conditions and a even tougher bite. That being said we still managed productive trips catching Sheepshead, Black Drum, Redfish, and Jack Crevalle.

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Anna Maria Island Fishing Report: Captain Aaron Lowman-02-20-15

Anna Maria Island Fishing Report
Permit/Sheepshead/Redfish/Flounder
Captain Aaron Lowman – Fishing Report – February 20, 2015
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—So far, February has been a paradox of warm, sunny days and blustery cold temperatures. However, in the face of this less than ideal weather pattern, the inshore/nearshore bite is gathering steam. We really started hammering the big spawning sheepshead around the beginning of the month. Almost any of the public inshore/nearshore reefs will be holding nice sheepies this month.
—Redfish, black drum, and flounder have been a staple around inshore residential docks and canals. Live shrimp as well as jigs such as the gulp shrimp have been top producers.
—Pompano and permit remain hit or miss so far this month. Probing the edges of deeper grass flats, or the local passes and adjoining beachfront, with a 1/4oz. pompano jig tipped with a chunk of shrimp has been the ticket.