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The Start Of Fall Fishing October 2016

Everything is looking good for a great fall season of fishing on Charlotte Harbor! The Redfish schools are starting to move in and the snook are plentiful up in the harbor. There’s still plenty of bait around. Most of the

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Redfish Fishing on Charlotte Harbor – Video

Check out this video of lady angler Laura Kaye Frantz, as she catches a Redfish on the first cast while fishing in Charlotte Harbor!

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June Fishing Report

It’s warming up out there and the fishing has been excellent in the Charlotte Harbor, Boca Grande areas. The Tarpon bite is on by the beaches and in the pass. Anywhere from 80 to 100 pounds of beautiful shiny silver

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Farewell Snowbirds

Farewell snowbirds! This is the time of the year when all the people from up North go back home to enjoy their nice weather. I would just like to say thanks for all of the business you brought me this

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Explosive Redfish

With the warm weather approaching there is nothing more exciting than doing some redfishing. Redfish are one of the hardest fish to lure making them a very exciting trophy fish to catch this time of the year. Expect them to

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FlatsMaster Redfish Tournament Series

Captain George Frantz gets 1st Place in Flatsmaster Redfish Tournament!                   Captain George Frantz places in top 10 during the first Flatsmaster Redfish Tournament on Saturday!! Taking 8th place out of a

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Mark’s First Black Drum!

Today was a big day for angler Mark Morehead. He caught his first ever Black Drum while fishing on Charlotte Harbor! It was a very foggy start this morning while we trolled out into the harbor. We caught some Sheepshead

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Peace River Fishing

Hey guys! Check out this short clip from my fishing charter that I did today!  We went up the Peace River today and here is a video of  client catching his FIRST Redfish. As we move in to the winter

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