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Richard Weintraub, from Sarasota, with his first snook caught on a fly while fishing in Sarasota with Capt. Rick Grassett recently.

Richard Weintraub with his first snook caught on a fly while fishing with Capt. Rick Grassett recently.

Fly anglers fishing with me, out of CB’s Saltwater Outfitters on Siesta Key, had good action with snook and juvenile tarpon recently. Fishing before daylight has been most productive for me and also the most comfortable time of day.

Several anglers scored “firsts” with a fly which is always rewarding. Richard Weintraub, from Sarasota, fished with me and caught and released his first Sarasota snook on a fly.

Emaly Rivera and Isaac Lee, from GA, scored their first snook and tarpon on a fly, fishing with me on their first saltwater fly fishing trip.

Emaly Rivera with her first tarpon caught on a saltwater fishing trip.

Emaly Rivera with her first tarpon caught on a saltwater fishing trip.

Isaac Lee, from GA, with a snook caught on a fly.

Isaac Lee, from GA, with a snook caught on a fly.

Look for reds in skinny water and snook and juvenile tarpon around dock lights. You should also find snook in the surf. Deep grass flats are usually a good option for action with trout and more early in the day. Adult migratory tarpon are thinning in the coastal gulf and will gradually move to inside waters.

Our natural resources are under constant pressure from red tides and other algae blooms 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 with me, out of CB’s Saltwater Outfitters on Siesta Key, had good action with snook and juvenile tarpon recently. Fishing before daylight has been most productive for me and also the most comfortable time of day.

Emaly Rivera with her first tarpon caught on a saltwater fishing trip.

Emaly Rivera with her first tarpon caught on a saltwater fishing trip.

Several anglers scored “firsts” with a fly which is always rewarding. Richard Weintraub, from Sarasota, fished with me and caught and released his first Sarasota snook on a fly.

Emaly Rivera and Isaac Lee, from GA, scored their first snook and tarpon on a fly, fishing with me on their first saltwater fly fishing trip.

Isaac Lee, from GA, with a snook caught on a fly.

Isaac Lee, from GA, with a snook caught on a fly.

Look for reds in skinny water and snook and juvenile tarpon around dock lights. You should also find snook in the surf. Deep grass flats are usually a good option for action with trout and more early in the day. Adult migratory tarpon are thinning in the coastal gulf and will gradually move to inside waters.

Our natural resources are under constant pressure from red tides and other algae blooms 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.


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