This is Capt Steve with the fishing report for the St Johns River. Today I did a 6 hour trip with John his 2 boys and Larry. The water temperature is up to about 90 in a few spots. We ended up catching about a dozen fish most were Bass a few were Chain Pickerel and a Gar. We caught almost everything running the shiners up under the mats. There are still some real good mats on the river and they are holding some Bass. You want to be real close to some deep water right off the channel. Anyways if your looking to do a little Bass fishing or Panfish fishing give us a call at BassOnline thank you.
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This is Capt Steve again with another Fathers day Fishing Trip On Lake Toho with Al, Alex, Aiden, and Larry. We used live bait Al never fished live bait he mostly does artificial and he ended up catching the most fish. Very patience guy willing to learn and listen and he was very good at it. We caught about half a dozen up to 4 and a half pounds it was a lot of fun. I like to see the younger generations out fishing and having a good time. I hope to see them again I think they might be booking a salt water trip for next time maybe the ponce inlet. Well anyways for all your freshwater fishing adventures go to BassOnline thank you. [/fusion_tab] [fusion_tab title=”More Pictures” icon=””]
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This is Capt Steve with a report for a Fathers Day Fishing Trip. I had a 4 hour trip with Albert his sons, Albert, Vincent, and wife Rebecca. We went out on Toho and we ended up catching about a dozen bass in 4 hours. We dodged some rain drops for a bit, then the sun came back out. All in all we had a good day Vincent caught his first bass and he ended up catching 3 out of the 12 bass.
It was pretty exciting for him catching bass on shiners, we tried to troll but the wind was tough. We had to put both anchors down and power poles, anyway they were really fun to take out i hope to see them again. For all your freshwater fishing adventures go to BassOnline thank you.
This is Capt Steve with my fishing report for the St Johns River, I had Jerry and his son Bo out and they wanted to do some bass fishing and brim fishing. We found some real nice copperhead brim and shellcracker about a dozen and caught them off the beds in 4 to 5 feet of water. We used a cork on up above the worm and just dragged it across, when ever the cork would stand straight up, you knew you were on a bed. We also caught 3 bass one was about 4 pounds and one was around 2 1/2 to 3 pounds and we caught a 5 1/2 to 6 pound catfish on a shiner.
It was a little warm out there today we did find some beds up in the real shallow clear water but there wasn’t any big fish on those, we caught a few but they weren’t keepers. We released them to grow up some more, anyway I look forward to having them come back and fish again. This is Capt Steve for all your freshwater fishing adventures go to BassOnline.
We were using Carolina rig worms and a mojo rig its got about 8 to 12 inches of line beneath the sinker. The best colors were the black blue tail or June bug. After the bite slowed down we took off and started fishing with shiners on another hydrilla edge, and caught some there also.
I do not recall how many fish were caught between the two boats but we had a great time, had a lot of fun, and created some good memories. For all your fresh water fishing adventures go to BassOnline, thank you.