As the result of unseasonal cooler mornings that are overcast, due to afternoon storms coming in, A.M. fishing is great. The placid and calm waters of the Choctawhatchee Bay, mixed with southeast winds has made a cool oasis for the bait fish and is bringing the Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish in early this year.
Redfish are on the bite and as a result, we have been pulling in keeper Reds (26 ¾”) as well as the 40 plus inch monsters all summer.
Skipjack, also known as Ladyfish, are moving into the bay as well are the shark. You don’t know excitement until you see a Ladyfish chomped in half at the side of the boat while you are holding the rod!! Score another one the Black Tip!!
Because of the high schools of bait fish brought to a frenzy by schooling dolphin and the unusual cooler mornings this summer fishing is OFF THE CHAIN!!!
Watch this video of Dolphin doing their thing…Nothing like seeing them work the bait!!
While the fishing memories will be numerous you will also experience all kinds of other wildlife on your trip. View Osprey (one of the best fishermen around) hover, dive down and fly out of the water with their catch. The Choctawhatchee Bay is a bird watchers paradise!!
Call Captain Sloan today and let him put his 30 plus years on the water to work for you and help make your Choctawhatchee Bay fishing trip one you will never forget.
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