Blind Pass Fishing

At aptly named Fisherman’s Park (located at Blind Pass in St. Pete Beach, next to Woody’s Restaurant), the fish have been biting.  Not fast and furious, mind you, but quality fish. Over the last few days, I’ve seen gator trout, catch and release snook, and even a 24″ gag grouper caught from the seawall at Fisherman’s Park. Nearby Sunset Park has been much slower, possibly because of the amazingly low tides we have been experiencing. SLOWWWWLY  fishing artificials is the key with water temps in the 50’s.

Blind Pass Florida

One Response to “Blind Pass Fishing”

  1. MazatlanFishingReport Says:

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    Job O.