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Winter in Pensacola is the time and place to catch trophy redfish. We also target slot-sized reds, bluefish, false albacore, speckled trout, and sheepshead, but bull reds are the main event. The most exciting action involves 10 wt and 12 wt fly gear and 2/0 to 3/0 poppers. In March the sheepshead fishing turns on and there's a fair chance of catching an early-season pompano. High temperatures are in the 50's and 60s, and the Gulf water tends to be clear. For other 2006 galleries, see Photo Gallery for Spring 2006 and Photo Gallery for Summer 2006. For examples of last year's action, see our Photo Gallery for Winter 2005, our Photo Gallery for Spring 2005, the Photo Gallery for Summer 2005, or the Photo Gallery for Fall 2005. Click on any of the small images below to see the full size photos. Use the back button on your browser to return to this page.

Mike Mabry, Monroe GA. and a fine redfish landed Jan 7 while fishing with Sam and Billy Mitchell
Ken Hutchinson, Nampa, Idaho, hit perfect conditions on Jan 14 and 15. This popper-caught bull red made the Tibor Reel website at www.tiborreel.com
This 22 pound redfish annihilated Hutch's giant 3/0 banger. It was a head-on take with the fish putting out a 6'' wake .... a dream strike
The US Navy's Chris Janssen and a beautiful red taken on a chartreuse grub.
Jamie Balbo of Atlantic Highlands, N.J., and one of five bull reds landed Feb 10 ... the day a blizzard hit New Jersey.
KA Turner and the fattest redfish of the season, landed appropriately on Fat Tuesday.
David Lamiquiz and the 2006 boat record redfish on a fly. David caught and released this 26 pounder on March 1.
Picture perfect winter flyfishing conditions for bull redfish around Pensacola.
Joebomb - international man of mystery.
Rich Downs of Tampa Florida is quite pleased about catching the first sheepshead of the season
Bill Laws of Columbus MS scores a monster red
David Ford of Ridgeland MS and a 26 pounder landed March 11
David Ford, Jr, fighting the biggest fish of his life...assisted by Uncle Bill
David Jr's fine catch
Olivia Laws' first fish. Olivia hooked, fought, and landed this sheepshead all by herself.
Will Ford proudly brings home the sheepshead dinner
Tom Jackson of Collierville, TN and a rare fly-caught winter flounder landed March 14
Ron Bowman and nephew Caleb with the first pompano of 2006. Caleb was sheepshead fishing when this pompano grabbed his live shrimp.
Temple Fork's Guy Tillotson and the first fly-caught pompano of 2006 landed while sightfishing in the Gulf on St. Patrick's Day
Guy added this 27 inch redfish to the day's excitement.
Margaret Ellis of Daphne, AL and the 2006 boat record 6.5 pound sheepshead landed March 19. Also pictured are daughter and son-in-law Peggy and Ron Campbell.
SPC. Tyler Kreidler stopped by on his way to Iraq and landed this fine redfish on March 20.

 

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Gulf Breeze Guide Service
P.O. Box 251
Gulf Breeze, Florida 32562-0251 (USA)
Tel: 850.934.3292
Email:
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