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Jeff Lasoski, from WI, with a Tripletail caught and released on a fly while fishing with Capt. Rick Grassett.

Jeff Lasoski with a Tripletail caught and released on a fly while fishing with Capt. Rick Grassett.

Fly anglers fishing Sarasota Bay with me, out of CB’s Saltwater Outfitters on Siesta Key, had good action catching and releasing trout and a variety of other species recently.

Pat Beckwith from Sarasota, and Lyle Beckwith from VA, fished deep grass flats with sink tip fly lines and weighted flies with me and in addition to numerous trout. They also caught and released mangrove snapper, Spanish mackerel and a sharpnose shark. Jeff Lasoski, from WI, also had good action catching and releasing trout and a tripletail on flies on another trip.

Lyle Beckwith, from VA, with a Sharpnose shark he caught and released on flies while fishing Sarasota Bay with Capt. Rick Grassett.

Lyle Beckwith with a Sharpnose shark he caught and released on flies while fishing Sarasota Bay.

Pat Beckwith, from Sarasota, with a Spanish mackerel caught and released on flies while fishing Sarasota Bay.

Pat Beckwith with a Spanish mackerel caught and released on flies while fishing Sarasota Bay.

Snook fishing around dock lights and bridges should be a good option now. You may also find juvenile tarpon in canals and creeks and in a few places mixed with snook around dock lights. Look for reds in skinny water. Fishing deep grass flats for a variety of species is also usually a good option for action.

Our natural resources are under constant pressure from red tides fueled by residential, industrial and agricultural runoff, toxic spills and intentional releases, freezes, increasing fishing pressure and habitat loss and degradation, please limit your kill, don’t kill your limit!

Capt. Capt. Rick Grassett

Rick is the owner of Snook Fin-Addict Guide Service, Inc. He's a full time fishing guide and outdoor writer based in Sarasota, FL. He’s been guiding since 1990 and is an Orvis-Endorsed fly fishing guide here at CB’s Saltwater Outfitters, the 2011 Orvis Out­fit­ter of the Year.


Fly anglers fishing Sarasota Bay with me, out of CB’s Saltwater Outfitters on Siesta Key, had good action catching and releasing trout and a variety of other species recently

Pat Beckwith from Sarasota, and Lyle Beckwith from VA, fished deep grass flats with sink tip fly lines and weighted flies with me and in addition to numerous trout, they also caught and released mangrove snapper, Spanish mackerel and a sharpnose shark.

Jeff Lasoski, from WI, with a Tripletail caught and released on a fly while fishing with Capt. Rick Grassett.

Jeff Lasoski with a Tripletail caught and released on a fly while fishing with Capt. Rick Grassett.

Jeff Lasoski, from WI, also had good action catching and releasing trout and a tripletail on flies on another trip.

Snook fishing around dock lights and bridges should be a good option now. You may also find juvenile tarpon in canals and creeks and in a few places mixed with snook around dock lights. Look for reds in skinny water. Fishing deep grass flats for a variety of species is also usually a good option for action.

Jeff Lasoski, from WI, with a Tripletail caught and released on a fly while fishing with Capt. Rick Grassett.

Jeff Lasoski with a Tripletail caught and released on a fly while fishing with Capt. Rick Grassett.

Our natural resources are under constant pressure from red tides fueled by residential, industrial and agricultural runoff, toxic spills and intentional releases, freezes, increasing fishing pressure and habitat loss and degradation, please limit your kill, don’t kill your limit!

Capt. Capt. Rick Grassett

Rick is the owner of Snook Fin-Addict Guide Service, Inc. He's a full time fishing guide and outdoor writer based in Sarasota, FL. He’s been guiding since 1990 and is an Orvis-Endorsed fly fishing guide here at CB’s Saltwater Outfitters, the 2011 Orvis Out­fit­ter of the Year.