AnglerUp Charters April Fishing Report | Capt Brant
High winds and rain was the peril that plagued the Florida gulf coast during the first part of April. Consider yourself fortunate if you were able to fish on a day where the winds were below the 15 mph mark. The wind, combined with massive amounts of rainfall concocted a cold and uncomfortable vacation for the thousands of spring breakers visiting our beaches. Despite the less than agreeable conditions we still managed to capture some quality fish. I don’t mind guiding a trip in a little wind when the bite is solid! Inshore, we are seeing a few nice Redfish, Trout, Mangrove Snapper, sharks, and Spanish Mackerel. On the offshore side of things we are noticing the fish ease toward a summer pattern. The King Mackerel are just now arriving on the nearshore wrecks along with Cobia, Amberjack, Trigger Fish, Sharks, and much more. As May approaches the fishing will only get better, and I suspect the weather will be somewhat friendly as well. As it turns out the forecast for our current week looks phenomenal which is a pleasant change.
If you happen to be in the Pensacola area, and are looking to get out on the water then please don’t hesitate to call me. Booking your trip is very simple. The best way to contact me is via phone. It’s much easier for me to give you your trip details in person than it would be for you to try and figure everything out for yourself. My number is 850-450-3878. You can call me at anytime, and if I don’t answer please leave me a voicemail. I have attached a few pics from my most recent trips for your enjoyment.
See ya on the water,