Inshore Guides Pensacola – Inshore
Speckled trout, redfish, and flounder all become a popular target this time of year with a fishing rodeo being held almost every weekend. Overall inshore fishing has been decent, but right now just because you find fish somewhere one day doesn’t mean they’ll be there the next.
If you’re just looking for fun there’s been plenty of ladyfish, hardtails, and bluefish around along with a few Spanish mackerel. Your best bet is to look for them out in the Gulf along the beaches.
Deep Sea Fishing Pensacola – Offshore
Remember red snapper season is closed now for recreational anglers in federal waters, but we still have a few weeks left to fish for them in state waters. The state waters bite has been good, but may get a little tougher after they feel the pressure from anglers for a few days.
Now’s a great time to go offshore trolling for wahoo, dolphin and billfish, especially with the great weather we have coming over the next week or two according to the extended forecast.
Finding king mackerel shouldn’t be very tough of a task, just look for them around artificial reefs or anywhere you can find an abundance of bait.
Pensacola Fishing Charters – Piers & Beaches
There’s been some fish being caught at the inshore piers including Fort Pickens, Bob Sikes Bridge, and Pensacola Bay Fishing Bridge, but every day will be different. Possible catches include redfish, mackerel, flounder, black drum, mangrove snapper, and speckled trout.
King and Spanish mackerel are the main target for most on the Pensacola Beach Gulf Fishing Pier this time of year. All you really need for a trip to the pier is some cigar minnows, sabiki rig, and a Gotcha Lure.
Fishing Charters Pensacola – Freshwater
The water is warming up on the local lakes and rivers and that can make for some tough fishing, but overall the bass, bream, and catfish reports have been pretty good. As you might expect you’ll find the best bass bite early in the morning before the heat sets in for the day