Brevard Sebastian Offshore June 2016

Brevard Sebastian Offshore June 2016
Brevard Sebastian Offshore June 2016

The bottom fishing has steadily been getting better. The Gag Grouper and Mangrove snapper bite has been good and will continue to get better. I just want to remind you that the endangered Red snapper still has to be returned to the water.

As the waters start warming back up again look for the Tripletail to be on the surface along the weed lines and free swimming, so remember to have that pitch rod ready with a nice shrimp or piece of clam.

The Mahi Mahi bite has been very good this year so far but the bigger ones are being caught in the 120-180 ft depth. With the waters getting better look for the Mahi Mahi to be moving closer towards shore, start trolling in the 1200ft depth and move out toward the cleaner blue waters. The weed lines and patches will be holding good numbers. I have been catching larger Mahi in the deeper waters running skirted ballyhoo and naked also in the 120-180 ft. of water.

If you’re looking for fun then rig¬†up for some kings, follow the bait¬†pods and other fish breaking the¬†surface when that strike happens¬†it will be game on, so far this past¬†month big kings are being caught¬†and a lot are breaking free. Make¬†sure when rigging for Kings that¬†your hooks are sharp.

Well that’s all I am going to write as I need to get back on the water and have some fun.

Remember to sign up for the local fishing tournaments that are happening this month you may be lucky and see me standing on a stage holding the winning fish.

Forecast by Capt. Doug Kaska Fishing Charters
www.sebastianfishingcharters.com
Phone: 321-368-9444

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