Tuna Action aboard the Nancy Jane

With big schools of migrating yellowfin and blackfin tuna moving up and down the coast of Florida blowing up on flying fish and ballyhoo, and flat calm seas, making the 60-120 mile run to catch these torpedoes is deffinntly worth it. Clients enjoyed screaming drags, quadruple hookups and high paced action, as the Nancy Jane…

The Mahi Mahi are Here!!!

Finally, after months of waiting and waiting for a decent push of migrating dolphin to move up the coast into our waters have arrived. As the sargassum weed drifts slowly towards our beaches, wind and water drawn currents form these floating plants into long vertical lines, or weedlines as we like to call them. Trash…

The Bottom Fires Back Up

With winds shifting and seasons transitioning, the fishing out of Port Canaveral has only begun to heat up. Grouper catches have increased dramatically as big spawning females begin to get hungry as the opening of grouper season nears on May 1st. Catching three or four fish a day is not uncommon as these spawning fish…

Spring Time Grouper Bite Heating Up

With cold fronts nearing a vibrant end, the offshore fishing out of Port Canaveral is just heating up. Cooler water temps on the bottom are keeping our groupers and snappers very active this year providing for lots of bent rods and happy customers. Live baits, such as croakers, spots, pinfish, blue runners and big mullet…

Back at It!

After 3 months of engine repair and rebuilding, the Nancy Jane is back in its element. Multiple cold fronts parted ways and made for a beautiful weekend of fishing out of Cape Canaveral this weekend with sunny skies and light to variable winds. Happy fishermen enjoy steady action all day with tons of red snapper…

Weekly Round Up

Art’s Weekly Round Up: With winter weather out of the way, fishing has picked up tremendously. Hardly any current on the bottom of the ocean has made it easy to anchor up and target bottom fish very effortlessly. We’ve also been having a very nice kingfish bite this past week going and taking at will.…

Groupers, Snappers, and Cobia

What a beautiful day it was on the water once again. Every drop was another solid fish. Plenty of lane snapper, reds, mangroves, mutton’s, yellow-tails and vermillion’s all hit the ice box, besides the endangered reds of course. The crew also managed to scrap up a nice cobia and several big gag grouper which unfortunately…