First Place $1000 and a Custom Rod by Adventurous Rods: Eric Kropp aboard Odyssey 39.3# Second Place $250 and a pair of polarized Oakleys: Alex Sorice aboard Ofishal Business 38.25# Third Place $100: Tony Grillo aboard Patriot 35.1# Thanks everyone for another great tournament!Details
52.7 Pound Cubera Snapper out of Port Canaveral by Joe, Daniel and Allie Penovich
April brings in the Fish and the Crowd. Fishing is incredible right now. Cobia, Dolphin, Kingfish, Tarpon, Tripletail even some Wahoo! When the fishing is good, Sunrise Marina is the happening place. This past Saturday April 9th, everyone had fun. Fishing, watching the fish hang, hanging at the cleaning table, visiting on the dock, listening to the…Details
Mike Cochran has been working hard at trying to get a 50# Cobia on the tournament log sheet. Lucky Jigs, Lucky Dad, he’s trying it all. “Dad” Mike Cochran almost brought in the 50 pounder for Mike………ahh but it was 3 pounds light. You still have 14 days!
The high winds and seas may keep us from going fishing; however, we have had some perfect days for relaxing at the Tiki Bar (in Melbourne or in the Port). This is a great time to enjoy the beautiful weather, a great fish sandwich and your favorite beverage. Stop by and say hello to your…Details
Some of the best shrimping is found in the Indian River, Mosquito Lagoon, Oak Hill and Edgewater area. October to late April the shrimp are supposed to be running the best. You can get everything you need at Sunrise Marina. A Florida Saltwater Fishing License, long handled dip net (with extensions), and a shrimp light.
Bottom Fishing:November can be the start of the bottom fishing bonanza! Grouper, Snapper and the possibility of Cobia! Trolling: November also kicks off our winter run of Kingfish for those who prefer to troll. Wahoo and Sailfish can be found in good concentrations as well. Around the shrimp boats, the Blackfin Tuna can be tricked…Details