Location

FL
United States
28° 23' 20.3424" N, 80° 35' 4.9812" W

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Fishing Report Provided by Fired Up Fishing Charters - Chris Cameron
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4
Average: 4 (1 vote)
| Water Temp:81-90 F | Clarity: Clear
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
August 31, 2014
What can we expect for this September? Beach fishing should definitely pick up. It has been pretty good so far but should only get better. The kings are moving into the beach and feeding on the large schools of bait, pogies. Tarpon are mixed in and showing up even more in huge schools. Some are in the 150/200 lb class. Big sharks, Jacks and bonita are also in the mix. Bait has been very thick on the beach. Catch your bait then put your lines in and start from there. The bouy line is usually a sure thing this time of year. Start at the ones closest to the port and work your way out depending on the water clarity. If the water is very dirty move a little farther out. The bouy line is good because a lot of bait fish are in that deep channel and attract the larger fish. Keep an eye on your machine. You want to be marking bait. Move around till you mark it and start there. Offshore fishing sometimes slows down this time of year BUT with this odd season we are having so far who knows what’s going to happen? Mahi should start to show up a little better now and by the end of the month. The Cobia still haven’t made there normal July/August run so hopefully we see them this month as well. We are seeing a few every trip and catching them at random on king gear. The mullet run will start this month too. Look for huge schools and fish around them too. If you need any help please don’t hesitate to call us. If you have some pictures to share send them to firedupcharters@gmail.com. Have a great September from your premier fishing guide charter of Cocoa Beach, Port Canaveral, Orlando Florida area. Good luck this month and we hope you do well
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Fishing Report Provided by Fired Up Fishing Charters - Chris Cameron
Rating:
5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
| Water Temp:81-90 F | Clarity: Clear
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
July 19, 2014
Hello and hope all is well, Fishing has been great the last few weeks! The weather has been great too. Here’s the scoop on what’s been going on. Bait has been a day-to-day basis of trying to find it. For the most part it hasn't been that bad. You may need to work a little harder than normal but you should definitely be able to find it and get a net on it. Keep an eye on your bottom machine. They have been as deep as 30-40 feet. Live pogies have been the trick for basically everything. Kingfish are kind of scattered around, try Pelican, 8A and the local wrecks. Cobia are showing up as well. Same areas. Do some bottom drops and hopefully they come up to the top. I had the cobia following up the live baits on almost every structure. Buck tails and live bait work great for them. Speaking of bottom drops, It has been very good lately. Snapper of all kinds have been chewing as well as grouper and AJ. All we are using is live pogies for everything. The bigger the bait the bigger the fish. If your bottom fishing don't forget to throw a live pogie out on a spinner. Bonita, jacks and kings are a good chance to bend that rod. Have a great weekend from your premier fishing guide charter of Cocoa Beach, Port Canaveral, Orlando, Disney Florida area, Fired Up Fishing Charters, Captain Chris Cameron. Stay safe and good luck!
Catch Report
CatchSpeciesLure/BaitBrandWeight (lb)Length (inches)
1CobiaBunker
2King MackerelBunker
3BonitaBunker
4Red SnapperBunker
5Gag GrouperBunker
6AmberjackBunker
7Blacktip SharkBonita
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