Sarasota fishing reports
Sarasota fishing reports is a page dedicated to help anglers catch more fish in Sarasota and out on Lido Key. Our local waters offer anglers the chance to catch many different species on Sarasota fishing charters. Speckled trout, Spanish mackerel, bluefish, pompano, ladyfish, flounder, black sea bass, sharks, catfish and more are available on the deep flats. Snook, refish, jack crevelle, black drum, flounder, sheepshead, snapper, and grouper are landed near structure and in the back country. Spanish mackerel, false albacore, sharks, tripletail, tarpon, and bottom fish are taken in the Gulf of Mexico.
Conditions change constantly and my current Sarasota fishing reports reflects the changes that are happening with up to date information. All reports will feature the species caught, locations, bait, tackle, and other pertinent information. While patterns tend to hold up throughout the years, there are certainly changes. Bait availability, water clarity, water temperature, and barometric pressure are all factors. Weather is a huge factor, as temperature, rain, and other influences will greatly affect my Sarasota fishing reports.
One of the great things about fishing is that over time, yearly patterns tend to repeat themselves. Every year is different, of course, but there fish tend to behave the same year after year, unless something significant happens. Capt Jim has been guiding since 1991, and that experience definitely comes into play on Sarasota fishing charters.[/builder_content]