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Fishing Report June 2017

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The June fishing inshore and nearshore has been great! Flounder have shown up in good numbers along the intracoastal around creek runout’s and docks. A mud minnow or a finger mullet pinned onto a jig head reeled in very slowly should do the trick! The redfish have still been shadowing the mullet schools in the back of creeks. Early morning has been best with the cooler water temps. Top water lures or a mud minnow or mullet on a popping cork have been working well.
The shrimp boats have begun dragging along the beaches and this creates a feeding frenzy for large tarpon and sharks when they dump their by-catch. Pogy schools are still very thick along the beaches and they’ve been holding some very large jacks and a few tarpon. The kingfish bite has been incredible on all the inshore wrecks as well as some larger ones starting to show up along the beach. There have also been some very nice cobia on some of the nearshore wrecks that have been popping up when slow trolling for Kings.
Good Luck!
Capt. Rob