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Spring 2006 started with a bang. The bull reds are still here. Schools of ravenous jack crevalle are patrolling the Gulf shallows. The sheepshead bite is going full speed. Slot-sized reds are cruising the flats. Grouper are showing up on inshore structure, and the annual pompano migration has begun. Due to lack of rain, the Gulf of Mexico is spectacular. Here are some photos from the first few trips of the season. For examples of previous action, check out these additional galleries: Photo Gallery for Winter 2006, Photo Gallery for Winter 2005, Photo Gallery for Spring 2005, Photo Gallery for Summer 2005, 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.

Bruce Stephens from Bruceville, Indiana, makes all Hoosier fans proud with this terrific catch on March 22.
Cody Sisco on a spring fishing break from Springfield, Missouri.
Cody's buddy, TJ Robinett, had the hot hand on March 23 and landed this 20 pound redfish ... biggest fish of the day
Orlando Martinez, Braselton GA, lands a trophy redfish with a little help from good friends Ron Neuman and Tommy Kitchin
Billy Glik of St. Louis, Missouri gives the thumbs up sign after a successful battle on March 25.
Not to be outdone by sons Billy and Charlie, Bob Glik scores this catch-and-release beauty.
Dave Yelverton of Charlotte, NC, and the first jack crevalle of the spring season ,,, a 17 pounder landed on March 29.
Big Dave also landed this 23 pound redfish after a triple hookup with both of his brothers.
Timbo Yelverton with his share of the family's triple hookup. Hey, where's the spot on the redfish's tail?
Alex Whitman of Alpharetta, GA, and her very first redfish. Alex is assisted by husband Brian who landed his first redfish on a fly later in the day.
Brian Garnto and the first gag grouper of 2006... landed April 3 on inshore structure.
Fred Russell (a.k.a. Daddy Ruckle) of Monroe, GA, lands the 2006 boat record 28 pound redfish on April 6 with a little help from grandkids Lauren Lynam and Jarret (Jaybird) Russell. Even Capt. Baz got in the picture.
Greg Catalano of Acton MA and a magnificent redfish caught while sight fishing in shallow water on April 13.
Gunnar Joslyn, Lewistown Montana, found this redfish lurking beneath a wad of bay anchovies on April 18.
Paul and Judy Wargo, Eastpointe Michigan, and Ryan Tyler teamed up to land the 2006 boat record jack crevalle on April 28.
Rick Remy, Birmingham Alabama, and a five pound spotted seatrout caught and released on May 11.
Jim Little, Los Angeles, landed the first jack crevalle on fly for 2006 after a thirty minute fight on a 10 weight. This fish exploded on a popper. Note the Oriskany in the background.
Greg "Rocket Man" Speer and the first tripletail of 2006 caught May 31 in Pensacola Bay.
UAB's Rich Whitley knows jack after landing this fish June 2 on a 10 weight outfit.
John Morgan Foster and brother Mikey with samples from a mixed bag of redfish, trout, mangrove snappers, and bluefish caught on June 11.
Mikey Foster and a 23 inch trout caught June 11 in glassy water on a Spook Jr.

 

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Gulf Breeze Guide Service
P.O. Box 251
Gulf Breeze, Florida 32562-0251 (USA)
Tel: 850.934.3292 or 850.261.9035 (cell)
Email:
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