Wednesday, April 27, 2011

King[fish] of the Sea

One of Capt. Larry's favorite fish to catch is by far kingfish... they put up a hearty fight, make for impressive pictures, and though it's not the best fish to eat, it does indeed have a distinct taste. Below is Eathan Way with an awesome example of the might King[fish] of the sea he caught recently. He was using a sardine in about 50 ft waters, offshore of Anna Maria Island. That same party also caught more kings, a variety of groupers, as well as snapper while on their charter.Even the fire chief of Ephraim, Wisconsin, Niles Weborg, got into the spirit of KINGFEST by catching the beast you see below. Chief Weborg was also selected as the "pic of the week", and duly so! Niles was using a sardine in about 70 ft waters, offshore of Anna Maria Island. Capt. Larry has been finding that frozen sardines have been working exceptionally well lately, to catch up to the limit of a wide variety of fish, ESPECIALLY the kingfish. During that same charter Chief Weborg went on, the party also caught many more kings, but a nice mixture of groupers & snapper.The larger red grouper and red snapper are out past 130 ft currently. Though live pinfish have been bringing in mountains of fish lately, it's still efficacious & a sure-fire bait to start out with frozen sardines as you're getting the party started. Bottom fishing has been "the place" to hit an immense amount of amberjacks; seems that's where they have been hanging out, but no place is safe from a Capt. Larry charter! Below is Fritta Crotty, with a nice-sized Kingfish she caught using a sardine in about 40 ft offshore of Anna Maria Island.
Even though his location has changed, Capt. Larry's results are the same... he leads his charters out to the right place, at the right time, to bring in an epic catch. In a nutshell: fishing is fantastic, life is good, & now is the time to come on out and get your fat grouper and snapper for your next BBQ, all while experience the trip of a lifetime!

Capt. Larry McGuire
Cell: (941) 720 - 6475

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