Spring Break & Easter Weekend Fishing - Pensacola Fishing Reports

2013-03-30 22:55:48
Pensacola, Florida - Saltwater Fishing Report
Pensacola Pass
John Rivers

<p>Spring Break & Easter Weekend Fishing

March was cold and windy, but the fishing was still very good. We found a lot of sheepshead, some big redfish and tons of bay snapper (some big some small), but a lot of fun.

Hopefully in June these snapper will still be in the bay. If they are and they are keepers, they will make a nice addition to the ice chest and grill.

March is nearly over, and although we had some tough conditions with wind and below normal temps, we had mostly good weather and calm seas for fishing. We usually aren't still wearing long pants this time of year, but we managed to make the best of it.

As April arrives I'll be in the pass for a week or two more and then I'll be back on the flats having fun with trout and reds.

Hope everyone has a Happy Easter, and a great start to April.

Tight Lines.

John

www.megabiteinshore.com

850-341-9816

Fish Species: Sheepshead, Redfish, Red Snapper
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Four sheepshead on at once is always fun!
Four sheepshead on at once is always fun!

Colt was all smiles after landing this big red, The season is closed right now so we released it back to be caught in June.
Colt was all smiles after landing this big red, The season is closed right now so we released it back to be caught in June.

John Rivers

About The Author: Captain John Rivers

Company: Reel\'Em In Inshore Charters

Area Reporting: Tampa Bay, Clearwater, St Peterburg

Bio: I have a lifetime of fishing knowledge and over 8yrs of experience fishing the northern gulf coast and our local water ways. I have enjoyed fishing all my life. While living in the Midwest, I fished Kentucky & Barkley Lake for years along with the Ohio River and many local water ways. My first passion was bass fishing, but when I came to Florida, I found my new love Salt Water Fishing !

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