Port Canaveral Mid-April Fishing Report

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Fishing has been GREAT! Everything is showing up. 

Pogies are now running the beach thick in the mornings. You can find them starting from the south jetty to just past the pier in depths from 5 feet to 20 feet of water. Look for the birds and you should do just fine. A few throws of your net and you’re off to the races!

In the last few weeks, I have fished from the Brevard reef to 8A and everywhere in between. 

8A seems to be the best bet. We have been getting our limit of kings almost every day along with a stray cobia, sailfish, mahi and plenty of bonita. It seems as though the morning bite is where it’s at. By 12am the bite has been turned off so get out early

Weed lines from 160 feet and out have been holding mahi. We pulled live bait and ballyhoo, both working well.

Jack fishing has been great too. Get on the cones or your normal tanker/copper wrecks. 

Cobia have been scattered along with the triple tail. One day has been good the next slow. Be sure to have live bait ready if they don’t attack the buck tail. I still have yet to have a cobia this year turn a buck tail down. 

Good luck and any questions or advice please call! I will help anyway I can. 

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Capt. Chris Cameron
firedupcharters.com
Cell: 407-222-3573

Capt. Chris

Capt. Chris

Capt Chris Cameron is the owner and operator of Fired Up Charters. He has been fishing out of the Cape Canaveral area for over 15 years and guiding for just a few short years of that. He grew up fishing in Long Island, New york and has taken that passion with him to the beautiful waters of Florida. He loves to put his clients on big fish and make great memories.
Capt. Chris
Our Port Canaveral offshore fishing charters target the fish biting! Our goal is to get out there and enjoy the day and catch all we can. For more details about our charter service, visit firedupcharters.com or call 407-222-3573.

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    Damon Pullias

    April 22, 2013 at 1:31 pm

    That’s how it’s done, nice job Captain!

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