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February 2014 Fishing Report: Palm Beach, Singer Island, Palm Beach Shores

Are you ready for some rod bending, reel-screaming action on a deep sea fishing charter in Palm Beach, Palm Beach Shores And Singer Island Florida? February is your month! Sail fishing season off Palm Beach is at its peak. Before you head out the inlet, tune your VHF to channel 19. This is the channel that the charter fleets use to narrow the bite down. It will help you anglers find the fish. Your best bet to catch one of these majestic fish in South Florida is to fly a live goggle eye under a fishing kite. Keep an eye out on your baits, if you see anything that looks like a trash bag swimming around your gogs, its probably a hungry sail coming to breakfast. Anglers if you are skilled to get your fish boat side, please take care reviving your fish to be caught another day. Also keep your eyes peeled for dolphin, kingfish, and Wahoo. These fish always show up unexpected, so you may want to use a small piece of wire at the end of your leader.

For you fishermen who love to bottom fish, mutton snapper and yellow tails will be moving in to the wrecks this month. Send down a butter flied goggle eye and you my get lucky and land a hard fighting great tasting fish.

If the offshore bite becomes slow, head to the beach for some spinner shark action. Spinners will be chasing jacks, blue runners, and bluefish. Catch one of these and send it out on a hefty rod with some slices in it. Be ready for some “Reel Intense” action!

When the wind is blowing to hard for you smaller boats to get offshore, there will be plenty of opportunities to catch fish in the ICW. Tarpon, Spanish mackerel and jacks will be you main target. Use live shrimp to fool these fish to your hook. If you would like to experience spectacular offshore fishing, contact us today!

– Capt. Weston Russell


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