Cobia Fever

With the annual Cobia migration underway, Jay, Charlie, and Carlos managed to find a trio of willing specimens to join them aboard Jay’s boat!

Bucket List Tripletail

Scratching another fish off the list, Carlos’ dad was able to catch his first ever Tripletail.

The Kings are Back!

On our inaugural Kingfish trip for 2017, a friendly blue runner helped bring aboard this foul-hooked 18.5lb specimen.

Doubled Up

John and Carlos double hooked on amberjacks. At one point, all 3 of us were hooked up. Insanity ensues.

Nia’s First AJ

On her first AJ trip ever, Nia quickly discovered why we call them Reef Donkeys. This specimen came in at over 30lbs.

The Great(est) Barricuda

Nia Morales, while attempting to real in a spanish mackerel, discovers another species that also likes to dine on small mackerel. The Great Barricuda! This specimen ate the spanish mackerel in 3 bites, getting itself hooked in the process. After a fight on 20lb test, Nia brought the fish boat-side and we gently raised it with the gaff to remove […] Continue Reading

Release the reds

Nia releases her 3.8lb Redfish in Cedar Key, and does so quickly, as the approaching clouds sent us on our way back to the marina before it got ugly!

Snook!

One strange looking Cobia! – 2016 GOFC Spring Tournament

Hogfish Shootout?

During the club’s recent Sheepshead Shootout, we lucked out in finding a pair of keeper hogfish snapper. The first one was caught by John (noted in this photo). I believe John wanted to ensure Ken’s longing gaze was capturedĀ in the photo, so we were sure to get his boat in the shot as well.