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Tuesday, Feb 18 2020

Crystal River Good Haul...

Back to back awesome weather days and some terrific fishing. The "boys" were on board and Dan, Lauren and Joe sure made me proud. Nonstop action all day with grunts, grouper, snapper and sheepshead filled out our trip. They sure kept me busy and really great job fellas.... Capt. Dan

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Monday, Feb 17 2020

Awesome Offshore....

Talk about an awesome day, after four days of windy weather. The San's team was on board and Tony, Brendan and Tony the Tree guy hit it out of the park. From start to finish it was game on. We ran offshore a bit and the rods stayed bent. Snapper, grunts, grouper a couple hog fish - it was a blast. You guys had an awesome catch and great job.... Capt. Dan

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Wednesday, Feb 12 2020

Hot Sheep's...

Just about a perfect trip as you could wish for! The Lent party was on board today and did they ever do a great job. We ran out to the sheepshead grounds and had some great action. Quality sheepshead kept us busy all morning, as well as several grouper. The guys secured a really nice catch and we called it a great day. I thank you all and terrific job.... Capt. Dan

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Tuesday, Feb 11 2020

Offshore Fun....

Another terrific day offshore with Mark and Tono on board and they did fantastic. I pushed on out to 40ft of water again and it was really good. A mixed bag of all the goodies and we stayed busy all day. Some real quality snapper was the big highlight of the day and I thank you both.... Capt. Dan

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Monday, Feb 10 2020

Offshore Mix...

What a beautiful day to go offshore and on this trip we pushed on out to just about 40 feet of water. Curt, Mark and Josh were my guys and they definitely stayed busy. Lots of action with snapper, grunts, hog fish and sheepsheaed filled out their day. I bet we caught over 20 hog fish, but only two keepers over the new 14" regulation mark. Great job guys and I thank you.... Capt. Dan

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Wednesday, Feb 05 2020

Big Day...

Today was the day!!! Wow, was the bite ever good and it sure shows what can happen when the gulf warms up a bit. We reached the 60 degree mark today and it turned the sheepshead on that have been slow and the trout, which have been quiet. Larry, Lauren and Big Fish Bob did a terrific job and they kept the rods bent just about all day. It took me a little bit to find the trout but when we did, it was really good all in one small area. I thank you all and what a catch.... Capt. Dan

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Tuesday, Feb 04 2020

Offshore Goodness....

A really good offshore trip today with the Barlow family and we sure did great. I did fish yesterday with Tony and Amber and did good on grunts, a couple sheepshead and released a bunch of gags. Today though, was pretty on and we had some good action. It seems like the 30ft mark is where the fish are if you want to bend the rods, as the gulf is still in the mid to upper 50's. You have to have the weather, but when its favorable it really is good. The team today had a terrific mixed bag and I thank you all... Capt. Dan

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Sunday, Feb 02 2020

Sunday Bassin'.....

A treat for me this Sunday morning and I was able to spend it with my neighbor Dennis, the bass fishing guru. He and I headed over to the east side of the county and did well. It was cold and really windy " not a good day to be in the gulf" but we had a fun time. He and I boated half a dozen bass up to 5lbs and a mud fish. I'm actually hoping to do some more of this in the coming months on my days off or cancelled weather days, as big bass time is quickly approaching. It looks like a couple good weather days for the start of the week and another front around Thursday. I'll see you all on the big pond tomorrow... Capt. Dan

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