Bikini Fishing Women, pictures and Video
There are many female anglers who enjoy the sport of fishing. Many prefer to fish in a Bikini when it is warm. This post will feature terrific Bikini fishing women from all over the United States. Where applicable, their social media pages will be included.
Candice is just a country girl from Florida. She enjoys all types of fishing in both freshwater and saltwater. Candice has fished with Capt Jim a bunch of times and has caught just about every species that is available on the West Coast of Florida.
A lot of the fishing here in Florida involves drifting the grass flats for a variety of species.
We recently went out fishing where Candice caught a very nice speckled trout.
She then landed a beautiful Spanish mackerel, great fun on light tackle!
Bonnie is another angler from Sarasota who has fished with Capt Jim many times. She is an excellent anglers who has caught a lot of nice fish.
Darlene was featured in this article on Gulf of Mexico game fish species. She is an avid angler who has her own boat and mostly fishes inshore. Anglers can follow Darlene on Instagram to see more great pics!
Katie is a serious anglers who lives in Louisiana and was featured in this article on fishing in Venice, Louisiana. She fished offshore for the most part, as Venice offers world class fishing in that regard. Her husband runs charters, so she gets to do a fair amount of fishing!
Anglers can follow Katie on Instagram to enjoy her fishing pictures, she posts quite often.
Eleni is another Florida angler who mostly fished from shore. You can read her article on Florida shore fishing in this link. She enjoys the warm Florida sunshine and enjoys surf and beach fishing in a Bikini.
Anglers can follow Eleni and her most recent catches on her Instagram page.
Johanna is a hard core anglers from the northeast. She loves to catch some rays and enjoy the sun when she can, though she will fish in tough elements as well. Anglers can see more pics in her article on fluke fishing as well as on her Instagram page.
Happy lives in Tennessee and focuses mostly on striped bass in area lakes, though she does catch other species a likes to travel and fish as well.
Adria lives in Venice, Florida and also is a licensed captain who runs offshore charters for bottom fish and pelagic species such as king and Spanish mackerel.
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Jacki lives in South Carolina and focuses mostly on striped bass in Lake Murray. She does catch some other species as well and like to travel to Florida with her husband and family.
Jess lived in Florida and fished with Capt Jim quite a bit before moving to Tennessee to raise her family.
Species, pictures and video
There are many excellent game fish species that anglers can catch throughout the country. In this section we will list as many as possible along with pictures and video.
Snook are the premier inshore species in Florida. They are a hard-fighting fish that grow quite large. Snook are caught by anglers using lures, live bait, and fly fishing.
Big snook are often caught in inlets and passes. Docks and bridges hold them as well.
Mangrove shorelines are good spots to fish for snook.
Striped bass, or stripers, are a very popular species. They are a bit unusual in that they thrive in both fresh and salt waters. They have been stocked in many large lakes and do very well.
Kirsten fishes for striped bass in New Jersey
Freshwater lakes provide excellent striped bass fishing.
Read more about fishing for striped bass here.
Speckled trout, also known as spotted sea trout, are an extremely popular inshore saltwater game fish. They are a beautiful fish that strike hard and put up a decent little fight. They can be taken on a variety of baits and techniques.
Jigs and soft plastic lures are excellent and productive lures for speckled trout fishing.
Learn some spotted sea trout fishing tips!
The jig and grub combo is without a doubt the number one artificial lure for catching spotted sea trout.
Speckled trout feed on shrimp and other crustaceans, which jigs realistically mimic.
Bluefish are a hard-fighting game fish species that are found along the coast from Texas to Maine. Here in Florida, they run a bit smaller than those from the northeast. However, they are great fun on light tackle.
Lures are very productive as they appeal to the aggressive nature of bluefish.
Bluefish are often caught in passes and inlets.
Pompano are a small, but herd fighting and delicious game fish species. They are found along the coast lines of both the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean.
Learn more about pompano fishing here.
Jigs are very effective pompano fishing lures as they realistically mimic the small crustaceans that pompano feed on.
Spanish mackerel are a terrific inshore game fish! They are a gorgeous fish that hits hard and is very fast. They are also good to eat when properly prepared.
Spanish mackerel are caught by anglers both from boats and the shore. They will run along the surf on both coasts.
Trolling is an excellent method to catch Spanish mackerel. It allows anglers to cover a lot of water in search of fish.
Spanish mackerel fishing tips!
Spoons are the top trolling lures.
Many Spanish Mackerel are caught by anglers casting jigs and live bait for other species on the grass flats.
Crappie, bluegill, and panfish
Crappie are a very popular freshwater species. They are the largest member of the ‘panfish” family. While not terrific battlers, they are fun to catch and great eating.
Panfish and crappie are caught by anglers using small artificial lures as well as live bait.
There are several different species of panfish such as bluegill, redear, and other sunfish that are great fun on light tackle.
Here is a comprehensive article on fishing for crappie, bluegill, and panfish.
Redfish are another very popular inshore saltwater species that are found along the coast from Texas to the mid Atlantic.
Redfish are caught in the inshore bays in quite shallow water. Inlets and passes will hold them as well. Surf anglers catch them off the beaches.
Mangrove shorelines are good spots to try for redfish, too.
Check out more info on king mackerel fishing.
More Bikini fishing women
Here are a few more miscellaneous pictures of some of our excellent anglers!
Small snook for Candice
Mangrove snapper on live bait for Candice
Jack crevalle can be caught in creeks and rivers in cooler months.
Juvenile tarpon are caught in backwater areas and are great sport on light tackle.
False albacore put up a fantastic battle!
Nice catfish for Jacki!
Fun sized shark for Laura.
Ladyfish often get a bad rap as a “trash fish”. However, they put up a spirited fight on light tackle and can provide action on a slow day.
Ladyfish will readily take a lure or fly, with jigs being the top choice.
Ladyfish on fly for Candice.
Ladyfish are plentiful in the passes.
Big shark in the surf!
Happy catches catfish, too!
Big red grouper for Captain Adria!
Nice pair of hybrid stripers for Happy.
Flounder for dinner for Kirsten!
Small redfish for Paige.
Jess with a North Dakota walleye.
Miss Candice catching up the bluegill.
Happy with a good eating sized walleye.
Occasionally, Happy fools a largemouth bass.
Happy in her happy place!
Big jack for Miss Bonnie in a Florida river.
Spanish mackerel off the beach on the fly rod.
Candice waiting for a bite.
Decent Florida bluefish.
Nice sheepshead in the pass for Candice.
Pompano and the boat.
Spanish mackerel on a Rapala for Jess.
In conclusion, enjoy these pictures and video in this article highlighting Bikini fishing women!