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New Smyrna/Daytona Beach Fishing Reports Forums Fishing Reports Sailfish & Wahoo Are Biting!

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  • Cody Moore PRO
    January 7, 2020
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    The sails and wahoo are biting offshore out of Ponce Inlet, we just need the weather to cooperate so we can take full advantage! The few days in the last several weeks that the boats were able to get out, they’ve been catching some fish. Anywhere from three, all the way up to eight or nine wahoo a day per boat. High speed trolling has been more productive lately than the slow troll. Being able to cover more ground is key. The guys that are sail-fishing are also catching some wahoo on the slow troll. The sail-fishing has been good from 130-200ft and seems to be better on the offshore side (cleaner water), lately the water has been around 73 degrees. Bottom fishing has also been great. Although grouper are closed, the big triggerfish, red-eyes, and porgies have been biting on the double rig with squid or cut bait.

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    If you’re going out fishing, come see us at New Smyrna Outfitters and we’ll get you all geared up with everything you need!

    New Smyrna Outfitters

    Cody Moore is owner and operator of New Smyrna Outfitters.

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