Drop Down Sport Fish Charters Fishing Report for St. Augustine Florida - 04/2/2019

 Bait: live bait or jigs

Water temp: 66 degrees

Water depth: 35-80ft

What's biting: vermillion Snapper , Cobia 


 Good morning here from Drop Down Sport Fish Charters in the oldest city St. Augustine Florida. The weather is warming up and the fishing is to, inshore fishing and offshore fishing. The bite on the inshore Charters have been steady, with double digits on redfish and a few keeper trout and flounder. The flounder bite has been steadily increasing to me and should peak in the next few weeks. As for offshore fishing the water is still kinda green and cold but it seems to be cleaning up on each trip I’ve been on. The bottom fishing has been decent and I’ve caught a few Cobia on the jigs while double rig fishing for snapper. I’ve fished the wreckes from 65ft out to 85ft. The gulfstream troll bite was hot for a couple weeks and now has slowed down a lil bit but it should be any day we get the first wave of Mahi Mahi coming threw. April and May are the months to get the pelagics so take advantage and give us a call to get your turn on some Mahi Mahi, tuna fish, wahoo, sailfish and even marlin. Let’s go fishing on Drop Down Sport Fish Charters!!



Big Cobia on Drop Down Sport Fish Charters in St. Augustine Florida