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Destin Inshore Fishing => Inshore Fishing Reports => Topic started by: Capt. Blake Nelson on April 04, 2012, 08:00:19 pm



Title: Destin Inshore Fishing Report
Post by: Capt. Blake Nelson on April 04, 2012, 08:00:19 pm
The fishing this week has been consistently good. We have been finding bait fairly easy, "greenies" in the 3"-4" range. Most of our fish have come from using live bait but a few were caught on mirrodine lures as well. Most of what we're fishing is flats, looking for mullet and/or concentrations of bait on the flats. Went out for Cobia yesterday and looked around for a few hours with no luck, hopefully in a few more days we'll start seeing better numbers coming through.



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Title: Re: Destin Inshore Fishing Report
Post by: Destinfishing on April 05, 2012, 02:00:49 pm
Nice report Capt Nelson,  a lot of happy customers there!  Good luck finding that elusive Ling!

tight lines!


Title: Re: Destin Inshore Fishing Report
Post by: eagleraycharters.com on April 06, 2012, 11:23:19 am
Thanks for the report Capt. Blake!


Title: Re: Destin Inshore Fishing Report
Post by: eagleraycharters.com on April 09, 2012, 07:42:13 pm
Fishing started off slow on Sunday but picked up after noon. We used live greenies  mostly, to catch a mixed bag of trout, spanish, bluefish, and one redfish. A few fish were caught on mirrodines and gulps around the grass beds. The trout and reds were caught over grass, but the spanish came from the dropoffs near the edges of the flats. Good luck to everyone!

Capt. Todd Brackin