Fishing report for Pensacola Captains (July)

Inshore
Fishing for Spanish mackerel has been good this week, which is great, but a little surprising with the dirty water. The best approach is probably to troll around using speck rigs or mackerel dusters outside of Pensacola Pass and around the USS Massachusetts.
It sounds like the speckled trout, redfish, and flounder action was hit or miss for most anglers participating in the Pensacola Fishing Rodeo last weekend. If you’re looking for speckled trout you might want to wait until after dark and fish dock lights.
There’s been a lot of mangrove snapper around the bridges and other structure in Pensacola fishing charters. Live shrimp, alewives, and bull minnows all work well and should be used on a Carolina rig.

Offshore
Red snapper are currently open for harvest on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays in both state and federal waters through September 4. The weather looks nice for this weekend so you should have no trouble going out there and bringing home a limit.
It’s tough to say what can be expected as far as offshore trolling goes out around the Nipple and Spur, but you don’t know unless you go. Wahoo and dolphin are usually likely catches mixed in with an occasional billfish or yellowfin.

Piers & Beaches
According to the reports fishing hasn’t been all that great this week on the Pensacola Beach Gulf Fishing Pier or Navarre Beach Fishing Pier. King mackerel should show back up as soon as the water cleans up.
Anglers on the Pensacola Bay Fishing Bridge and Bob Sikes Bridge are finding every day to be a little different, but redfish, flounder, mangrove snapper, bluefish, and Spanish mackerel are possible catches this time of year.

Freshwater
Needless to say, the bass and bream bite on the local rivers has been slow with the dirty water that was caused by the heavy rains. Hopefully it doesn’t take long to get back to normal, but right now your best bet is to go after catfish.

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Pensacola Fishing Report

Fishing Report for Pensacola Fishing Charters

 

Inshore
Hopefully all of the rain won’t dirty up the water and slow down the bite considering fishing for speckled trout and redfish has been steady lately. If you’re looking for big trout you’ll want to find some live croakers or finger mullet.
There’s been quite a few flounder around Pensacola Pass, but you’ll need some moving water and good live fish baits to catch them.
Spanish mackerel fishing has been great out around the USS Massachusetts and along the beaches out in the Gulf. If you’re going to the USS Massachusetts try free lining for them using alewives or live shrimp.

Offshore
The seas have been ridiculous offshore over the last few days so no one has really been out there since the beginning of the week, but the weekend forecast looks a little better.
Red snapper are open for harvest for recreational anglers in state and federal waters on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays right now. Gag grouper are wide open, but amberjack and triggerfish are currently closed.
Offshore fishing trolling reports have varied from one angler to another, but summer has now officially arrived so a trip out to the Nipple or Spur in search of wahoo, dolphin, tuna, and billfish is never a bad idea.
It seems like every week there are more and more people giving it a try, but the swordfish bite has been solid both during the day and at night lately.

Piers & Beaches
If you’re looking for some action from land this weekend your best bet is probably to hit either the Pensacola Bay Fishing Bridge or Bob Sikes Bridge. Redfish, black drum, flounder, mangrove snapper, Spanish mackerel, and bluefish all continue to be likely catches on the bridges.

Freshwater
With the amount of rain we’ve had this week you can expect for the bass and bream fishing to be a bit slow on the local rivers for the next week or two. As usual, you should still be able to find some catfish with the muddy water.You can also find pensacola beach fishing charters here.