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Fishing for trophies offshore Madeira Beach

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Fishing for trophies offshore Madeira Beach

Big fish fishing just offshore Indian Rocks Beach all the way down to St.Pete Beach is underway, and in full effect. Last Wednesday's 6 hour fishing charter landing us right in the middle-Madeira Beach. Again, it almost does not even matter where you go because every local reef, wreck or rock pile on the West Central Coast of Florida is holding big toothy fish like the one above.

Trolling for Spanish mackerel, Bonitos and even lots of 'short' juvenile Kingfish has been a hot ticket lately, and the Phelps family had front row seats for a spectacular matinee featuring a cast of both tasty and terrifying characters. Big Spanish mackerels, one after another, made their way into the ice as if we were collecting fish rather than catching them...who's complaining right? Only to become cooler-mates with both Gag and Red Groupers, snappers and Porgies later on, man what a nice box of fish you have there Scott! But the real star of the show came about halfway thru this fishing trip, after eating a 3 pound mackerel...ladies and gentlemen I present to you 'Barry'cuda and the Phelps!

What a show indeed folks, and it will be playing all summer long. King fish are already showing up after the cooling effects from 3 weeks of rain in July, and the forecast is looking very good for another action packed King fish run like we experienced this past Spring. Call Jawbreaker fishing charters today and reserve seats for you and your family for one of the best shows around. Happy fishing folks, Capt.Dan

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