The Report

Bad weather offshore so we head inshore

We had a great client come down from NY to try his luck offshore kayak fishing, It was his first trip offshore and he gave us three days of his time. Day 1 we headed out and the weather cut our trip short offshore. Day 2 spirits were high but the wind would just not lay down, so we decided to head inshore to one of our favorite spots. Over the remaining 2 days we had tons of fun and plenty of action between snappers, groupers, nurse shark and countless jacks!

Boca sends everyone home with fish again!

Headed offshore today with Austin one of our fellow South Florida Kayak Guides and a client eager to head offshore for his first offshore kayak trip. As usual we headed out early and loaded up on bait, After filling the wells we all three put out a spread. Sticking fairly close together as we trolled, the clients line then my line then Austin's line all went off. Fish on!!! After weeding through the bonitas we had a few kings in the bag and a nice Tuna so we called it a day.

Boca, Early start, Action Packed

Headed out early and got to the beach to meet my client for the day. We got our gear together and discussed the plan for the day. We were in the water by 415 and paddled out to catch some gogs for the trip. After 25 minutes and the baitwell full, we continued out with a nice spread of gogs. Right away we had a double header with 2 kings peeling line. We managed to get them both in without wrapping up and started looking for what else was hungry! We found it. Hungry bonitas. They kept the lines tight but we were looking for more.

2nd Place 2015 Sailfish Smackdown!

Rob Rodriguez takes 2nd Place!

Article found on http://www.extremekayakfishingtournament.org/sailfish-smackdown.html

Florida Anglers Strike Back for the Extreme Crown

Not your average kayak folk competed last weekend in the nation’s exclusive Sailfish Smack Down 2015. This second-annual event brought sixty one anglers to Pompano Beach, FL from all over the US and Canada, and once again the tournament proved to be one of the best events for saltwater kayak anglers. YakAngler.com

Tarpon Time!

Been going through withdraws with no offshore fishing in a month, so inshore it is ... Got bad news that the good old Trap House was closed down so off to new grounds.. After looking and looking we were about to give up when finally I got hit...

3 Clients 4 Sailfish, Mahi, Kings and Tuna

It all started last Wednesday. 3 clients,1 from Colorado the other from Canada and one local. They flew down for one thing, a South Florida sailfish lap dance. They gave me 4 days to put them on sailfish, got it done the first day out. We went 3 for 3... Thursday and Friday were kings, football tuna, skippies, cudas, and jacks. Saturday we ended our 4 day offshore marathon with 3 mahi, 2 kings, a tiny tuna and another sail. It was Gary's first trip offshore and he landed a black tip shark, a king and a sailfish. Not a bad few days of work.

2 Days in Boynton

Hit up Boynton the past few days looking for Wahoo, Brian and I set off at 6 am to meet Ken from Extreme Baits in about 90 ft of water. Got a quick local report on the bite and off we went.. It was sloooowww. I jigged my butt off for hours and finally got a hit.. a rat king... On our way back in I hooked up to a nice Sailfish, game on! A quick video and some sailfies and off she went...

Windy offshore so we headed inshore for tarpon and snook

We met at the beach at 6 am and it was nasty. Weatherman was wrong. Winds blowing and the waves were pounding. We decided to head inshore for "Plan B". So off to an inshore spot in Miami and sure enough it paid off. Nick got a nice 40" snook that was a fatty and I hooked up but the hook pulled on what I think was a tarpon. Great way to save a day.

3rd Annual Florida Sportsman Kayak Challenge Recap

As seen on Florida Sportsman. Written by Bob Bramblet.

The 3rd Annual Florida Sportsman Kayak Challenge is finally over. There were 110 anglers from around the state, fishing in two divisions, during this two-month marathon tournament.

Extreme Tournament Summer Slam Part 2, 2014

Rob wins wreck the weight division and a custom rod by Adrenaline Fishing Custom Rods!

Can the kayak fishing tournament scene get any better than this? It’s flying high, setting one new mark after another.

The same weekend Louisiana’s Ride the Bull tournament smashed the all-time attendance record with an astounding 732 registered anglers, Extreme Kayak Fishing was partying it up in Pompano Beach as only they can, with giant trophies and oversized checks, championship ring bling, and one impressive pelagic after another.

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