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FISH PHOTO OF THE WEEK:
Congrats to Alex Zander for being selected as the fish photo of the week for submitting his photo of this snook he recently caught! Great job Alex! You could also be featured on the site, just submit your photo to gulfsterreport@gmail.com.
FISHING REPORT: 3/3 - 3/9
Happy March Gulfster fishers! Fish are absolutely on fire right now. We tried some dock lights this week and found extraordinary amounts of speckled seatrout on the chew. They ate almost everything we threw in the water. Almost every fish was in the legal slot range. Also got surprised when my wife Sam pulled a 24" gag off a dock light in the bay on a 3000 size Shimano reel. The snook and redfish played hard to get at night, but by day they are on fire. Lots of reports of people getting slot fish during opening week of the snook season and he redfish reports continue to pour in. Offshore lots of snapper and amberjack are chewing with some really nice gag and red grouper reports as well. I'm still thinking that 55-70 foot range is the ticket for those of you who can't get way offshore. Feel free to contact me with any questions on email wtallyn04@gmail.com or on Instagram @snookjam. –Wes Tallyn

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FISH PHOTO OF THE WEEK:
Congrats to Mark Comer for this monster Florida Bluefish caught at Sebastian Inlet this past week! Huge!! Submit your photos to gulfsterreport@gmail.com and you too could be featured on the site!

FISHING REPORT: 3/31-4/6
Hello Gulfster fishers! Great fishing this past week. The wind has dictated what I've done all week. When the wind is down the beach has been on fire!! Trout have lead the charge with several fish over 20" including one I got 3/30 that was 23". In addition to that some snook have showed up, even a couple over 40". Lots of species on the jetties too including pompano, sheepshead, Snapper, bluefish, and ladyfish. Live baits are best right now but artificials will work as the water warms. A few tarpon seen this week. I only expect it to get better as we roll further into spring. Lots of kingfish reports offshore. Again, live bait is best for this week. Good luck out there and as always feel free to contact me with any questions via email wtallyn04@gmail.com or follow me on Instagram @snookjam. – Wes Tallyn

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FISH PHOTO OF THE WEEK:
Congrats to Jeremy Nance and his kids Lyla and Carter for catching this beast of a 32" snook on a pilchard near Anna Maria Island!! Don't forget to send in your photos to GulfsterReport@Gmail.com and you too could be selected as next Gulfster Fish Photo of the Week!

FISHING REPORT: 9/16/16-9/22/16
Hello Gulfsters. Fantastic fishing this last week and I think it will continue to stay hot! We fished the Old Salts Ladies Tournament and caught 6 of 9 species. The redfish and snook were all over the lights at night. Try a live shrimp or a small threadfin with a light leader (30lb or smaller) for best results. In addition to that there were some good numbers of trout on the lights near Blind Pass. A few lights were holding literally hundreds of trout. A fly rod would have been fun to play around with and target the larger fish of the group. I've seen great reports of big grouper and kingfish offshore. The calm seas this weekend and upcoming week will be active and probably some of the best weather we've seen lately…
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FISH PHOTO OF THE WEEK:
Congrats to Jillyan Bennett for being selected as the Fish Photo of the Week for catching her first legal Red Grouper! You too could be featured on the site. Submit your photos to gulfsterreport@gmail.com.
FISHING REPORT: 4/28-5/5
Hey Gulfster's and happy May this week! Windy, rough seas offshore have spread the fish out some. The King of the Beach is this Saturday so if you go offshore don't expect to be alone out there! Inshore the snook have been loading up on the beaches and passes. Redfish and trout are all over the flats, on the deep edges and the potholes. Another fish to watch out for on the flats this week, especially in north Pinellas are cobia. Look for them on the rays or swimming along the beach. As always feel free to contact me with any questions you have via email wtallyn04@gmail.com or follow me on Instagram @snookjam! – Wes Tallyn

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FISH PHOTO OF THE WEEK:
Congrats to Brent Wilson for catching his first amberjack last week! You too could be featured on the site! Just submit your photos to gulfsterreport@gmail.com.
FISHING REPORT: 5/12 - 5/18
Hello Gulfsters and hope you had a phenomenal week! That wind that has kept blowing for the last month plus has calmed a bit, making for some more manageable weather conditions. Should be great this weekend to get out along the beach and do some sight fishing for snook and tarpon. The water is still a little mixed up and cloudy on the beaches but hopefully with the wind subsiding some the water will get a chance to clear. The last cold front we had last week spread the fish out but I'm expecting them to come together in larger concentrations this week. I'd be targeting areas around Fort Desoto and area passes this week on incoming tides. Offshore is picking up. Great reports of cobia, red grouper, snapper, and permit coming in off of area public reefs and rock piles. Good fish can be found anywhere from 3-miles to 100-miles offshore. As always feel free to contact me with any questions via email wtallyn04@gmail.com or follow me on Instagram @snookjam.

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FISH PHOTO OF THE WEEK:
Congrats to Wendy White for her 29" snook caught last week!! You too could be featured on the site, just submit your photos to gulfsterreport@gmail.com.
FISHING REPORT: 5/5 - 5/11
Hey Gulfsters, hope you had a great week! Great inshore fishing this week with tons of snook, redfish, and juvenile tarpon action all week! The snook bite in Tampa Bay and along the beach has been early and strong this past week despite the nasty winds we've seen all week! The redfish have been piled up on the flats with more than a few making it out to the local passes. Trout have eased off of the beaches and are piled up on the edges of the flats and in the pot holes around Tierra Verde. The kingfish bite has slowed with warm water and the windy conditions offshore. Still a good Snapper and Grouper bite offshore. Good luck and as always feel free to contact me with any questions via email wtallyn04@gmail.com or follow me on Instagram @snookjam. – Wes Tallyn

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The FishDope spotter plane found HUGE schools of Bluefin tuna! If you want their GPS coordinates, subscribe to FishDope for daily hot bites, GPS numbers, SST charts and more. #bluefintuna #fishreport #fishdope #fishing #socalfishing

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Good Day. 7/20/17 Fish Report:
TantRum: 2 Mahi. ReelRum: 4 Mahi + 3 Roosterfish. Red: 4 Roosterfish + 1 Mahi + 2 Tuna. Rum: 1 Striped Marlin released + 3 Roosterfish. Nuevo: 1 Blue Marlin + 1 Sailfish released. #fishing #fishreport #summertime #cabo #mexico

FISH PHOTO OF THE WEEK:
Congrats to Dino Gallina for bagging this Kingfish off of Cape Canaveral this week and being selected for the Gulfster fish photo of the week! You too could be featured on the site, just submit your photos to gulfsterreport@gmail.com!

FISHING REPORT: 7/14-/7/20
Happy Friday Gulfster's! Hope you have had an awesome week! There's been some awesome reports coming in and please keep them coming. The inshore reports have been very steady. Lots of trout and snook on the lights at night with some lights holding slot redfish. The beach is still holding snook early in the morning and in the evening hours. The passes are hot late at night and lots of over slot snook are being caught on Flarehawk and First Light lures. Try along Blind Pass and around the John's Pass bridge. There have been some more black drum reports, as well as one crazy report of someone actually targeting and catching bonefish inside Tampa Bay! Offshore the reports have been awesome. Lots of hogfish, grouper, and even some big flounder being caught in the deep water. I heard two reports of flounder being caught in over 80-feet of water this week! Thanks for all of the great reports! As always feel free to contact me with any questions via email wtallyn04@gmail.com or on Instagram @snookjam.

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7-07-17 Fish Report. Click to play. #redrum #fishreport #cabo #summertime #fishing

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FISH PHOTO OF THE WEEK:
Congrats to Corey Habovick for getting this awesome snook off his paddle board on Satellite Beach last week. You too could be featured on the site, just submit your photos to gulfsterreport@gmail.com!
FISHING REPORT: 7/7-7/13
Hi Gulfsters!! An awesome Friday to you all! Great fishing reports from our area once again both inshore and offshore. The red snapper, red grouper, and an assortment of other offshore fish are on fire right now. Now is the time to get offshore and catch a variety of different fish in the same day. Everything from Grouper, snapper, Cobia, permit, sheepshead, flounder, tuna, kingfish, and amberjack are all being reported right now! Inshore, the snook and trout are really populous. Target the beaches this week around Fort Desoto for best results! Thanks and as always feel free to contact me with any questions via email wtallyn04@gmail.com or on Instagram @snookjam! –Wes Tallyn

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One for the books!! Caught on Wednesday the 5th aboard RedRum with Captain Omar. Our yellowfin tuna bite has stayed consistent this week, smaller than this (of course)! Striped Marlin numbers are good as well with 1 - 2 releases a day per boat! #summertime #cabo #fishreport #redrum

Gracias @tiffanimeade !! Today's report ladies and gentlemen! Fish are biting!
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FISH PHOTO OF THE WEEK:
Congrats to Wendy White for getting this awesome redfish back on June 24th near Gandy! Great job Wendy! You too could be featured on the site, just submit your photos to gulfsterreport@gmail.com.

FISHING REPORT: 6/30- 7/6
Hey Gulfsters, hope you're having a great start to the summer! Great fishing to report both in and offshore. The red snapper season extension has rewarded lots of anglers with big filets for dinner along with the bycatch of some nice grouper, mangrove snapper, and some reports of mutton snapper off our Gulf coast! Inshore I'm seeing lots of snook, redfish, and black drum reports with the usual trout reports. The black drum are being found on the flats and around the Bay Area bridges. If you don't follow him already, check out my buddy Captain Court Douthit (@recreationspecialist) on Facebook and Instagram! The man is hammering the tarpon and black drum right now in the north Pinellas County area! Some snook are being caught on the beach too, for best success try to find some beaches with as few people as possible or look for the schools of bait along the shoreline. Try the beaches of Manatee and Sarasota Counties right now for lots of fish. Thanks for all of the great reports! As always feel free to contact me with any questions via email wtallyn04@gmail.com or on Instagram @snookjam. –Wes Tallyn

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#boardreport #fishreport #oceancity #ocnj #300bay Good morning & happy July!!!!! Not a great beach day so get out there and fish!!!! 🎣🐟👍🏼😎

Water temperatures dropped a few degrees after winds picked up for a couple of days. Can't seem to find much consistency with the winds acting crazy! #cabo #fishreport #redrum

Thank you Mrs. @tiffanimeade for keeping track of all the fish yesterday!! Summer fishing heating up! #cabo #fishing #fishreport #redrum

Winds died down a little. Water temps still cold (63-68). Lots of tailing Marlin, not taking bait. Nuevo found school of Yellowfin about 18-20 miles of Sea of Cortez. #fishreport #cabo

FISH PHOTO OF THE WEEK:
Congrats to Taylor Simpson for catching this awesome snook with his dad Aaron on a MirrOlure Mirodine in Lemon Bay last Saturday! You too could be featured on the site, just submit your photos to gulfsterreport@gmail.com

FISHING REPORT: 6/23 - 6/29
Yo Gulfsters! Hope you had a fantastic week of surf and fishing! Lots of waves sent our way this past week making conditions a little rough for the fishing guys on the beach. Having said that, still lots of good tarpon and snook reports from those brave enough to fight the waves along the beach and work through the swells. Most tarpon are being caught on pass crabs and most of the snook are eating big live baits like threadfin or shrimp. The trout reports have been streaming in. Usually the big fish reports are more of a winter thing but lots of over-slot sized fish being caught in Tampa Bay and St. Joseph Sound on artificial lures including top water and fly. I've seen some awesome snapper, grouper, and hogfish reports coming in from offshore, probably the best reports I've seen in over a year. This seems to be the year of the mangrove snapper! Big fish being targeted on the public reefs, pipeline, and private numbers, both on hook and line and in the spearfishing clan! Get out there if you can, lots of good table fare to be had! As always feel free to contact me with any questions via email wtallyn04@gmail.com or on Instagram @snookjam. –Wes Tallyn

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FISH PHOTO OF THE WEEK:
Congrats to Lily Shamblin with her very first cobia caught this week!!! Nice fish Lily! You too could be featured on the site, just submit your photos to gulfsterreport@gmail.com!
FISHING REPORT: 6/16 - 6/22
Yo Gulfsters! Hope you all had a fantastic week out there, finally some much needed rain! As expected things really got stirred up with all of the weather... noticing some really cool differences between this year and last year. The tarpon and snook started extremely early on the beaches, winded down a lot but have now fired back up like they should be. The other thing I've noticed is the snook are not on the beaches in the morning unless you are around a pass or jetty. They typically are found throughout the day on the beaches May through August. We will see what July brings but I've noticed that afternoon and evening is much better right now for finding the fish. The tarpon bite was really good this week, I even saw one boat with 3 fish on at once! Crabs are the key but we got one to eat a threadfin. Offshore the fishing has been just on fire. There's going to be an extension on red snapper season for weekends throughout the summer so check up on that on the FWC site! Good luck out there and as always feel free to contact me with any questions via email wtallyn04@gmail.com or follow me on Instagram @snookjam. – Wes Tallyn

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