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Post thanksgiving fishing

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Well it’s been a rough week but we still snuck out and found good sailfish and mahi action. The mahi action has trended inshore from 70′ to 100′ while the sailfishing action has been off in the 150′ to 200′ range. As the the weather improves the mackerel fish in the hole should be good to great as the water temps plummet up at the cape.there have been good numbers of kingfish on the offshore reefs and wrecks. The snapper bite has been consistent on the inshore and offshore reefs and wrecks.
Hope everyone had a great thanksgiving
Capt. Cameron out

 

Captain Glenn Cameron

http://www.captaincameron.com/

Book your trip today (772) 361-6800 Floridian

 

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Thanksgiving fishing week

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Hello out there in sportfishing land. We are looking for the sail fishing to improve over the next few weeks with each passing front. I have received some reports of good numbers pushing down. With the good numbers mahi mahi around be prepared to be very busy and bring lots of bait.
With the seas subsiding look for good to excellent snapper fishing with a few grouper mixed in. Don’t forget about the ever present possibility of a wolf pack of cobia to pop up we have been seeing good numbers of these guys on the reef.
I hope everyone has a great turkey day.
Capt.Cameron out.

 

Captain Glenn Cameron
http://www.captaincameron.com/
Book your trip today (772) 361-6800
Floridian
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2 Mahi and Tax Man

Cleared St. Lucie inlet around 7:15 a.m.   Headed northeast planning to start in 120ft water off the black condo.  Turns out I headed out to about 165 ft before i saw enough weeds to warrant a stop.  Had double peanut dolphin on within 5 minutes of setting up but only boated 1 because I was solo. Trolled a few pre-rigged ballyhoo that I had left over, then switched over to my wax and chin weighted circle hooked rigged ballyhoo.     I lost another nobody home shot, thinking it was weeds and should’ve dropped back on it again but that’s how it goes after seeing the bait in the boat.  Proceeded to troll that area till noon seeing tons of flying fish scared to the surface by predators, birds were also in the area.   Around 11:30 a.m.  hit 2 more dolphin and again only landed one by myself.  Then headed into 80 ft water and got a king in short order followed by a barracuda.  I can’t complain it was a fun day and the waves and wind cooperated for the most part.

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above was taken in the a.m just after clearing inlet.

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above was taken around noon while I was trolling my ballyhoo, you can see waves were fine, there was a swell but no big deal.

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