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Capt. Klopfer's December Fishing Forecast

Capt. Klopfer’s December Fishing Forecast

December 1, 2017 | Comments (0)

   December is a month that will test an angler’s ability to adapt to current conditions.  Water quality will vary throughout the area as passing cold fronts churn up the Gulf of Mexico.  The flats north and south of the passes will be more productive under these circumstances.  After several days of nice weather, the […]

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Capt. Jim Klopfer’s Fishing Forecast July 2017

Capt. Jim Klopfer’s Fishing Forecast July 2017

July 1, 2017 | Comments (0)

   July fishing can be excellent, but tactics need to be a little different and windows of opportunity are smaller.  It is simply too hot to fish in the middle of the day.  Early morning will be the most reliable time to fish, evenings are good too, but frequent thunderstorms can make planning a trip […]

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Captain Jim Klopfer’s March Fishing Forecast

Captain Jim Klopfer’s March Fishing Forecast

March 1, 2017 | Comments (0)

Adventure Charters 941-371-1390 March is a great month to fish on Siesta Key.  It is the first month of spring, both on the calendar and outside.  The list of available species is long; snook, redfish, trout, pompano, cobia, king and Spanish mackerel, sheepshead, flounder, snapper, grouper, jack crevelle, and sharks just to name a few. […]

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SIesta Key fishing report

Capt. Jim Klopfer’s Fishing Report

February 1, 2017 | Comments (0)

Adventure Charters 941-371-1390   February is the last month of winter here in Sarasota. There will be days when it feels like spring is in the air. But, weather patterns will still be unstable, and fishing will follow suit. Being flexible and understanding how weather affects fish behavior will be the key to angling success […]

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Capt. Jim Klopfer’s Fishing Forecast May 2016

Capt. Jim Klopfer’s Fishing Forecast May 2016

May 1, 2016 | Comments (0)

Tarpon will arrive off the Siesta Key beaches this month on their annual spawning migration May is a transition month in Sarasota.  Although the calendar says it is still spring, by late May it will definitely feel like summer time.  Pelagic species such as king and Spanish mackerel will have migrated north, inshore fishing will […]

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