Capt. Dencil Powell             Phone: 352-279-3633


  Capt. Dencil Powell

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Posted by [email protected] on October 12, 2016 at 7:35 PM Comments comments (0)

the fishing is hot right now. reds and trout and snook are chewing they are feeding up for the winter . look at the mouth of creeks, oyster beds and creeks, look for bait, mullet, fish follow the mullet, i like the last of the in comeing tide or the lasst of the outgoing.  moving water is the key all fish are predators, they like to ambush their prey, look for deeper parts of the flats on outgoing tides the fish will be in the deeper pockets.

reds and trout

Posted by [email protected] on January 31, 2016 at 7:45 PM Comments comments (0)

been awhile but here goes, red are chewing baits of choice are skitterwalk in the black and chrome belley walk it slow soft plastisc mirro lure little john in pearc, wayermelon red on 1/8 jig head trout on lil johns in the white watermelon amd the 5 inch jerkbait  . look for muddy bottoms and rocks the falling tide seems the best for me, cataching a few big sheephead on shrimp in the 3 to 5 pd range . book ur trips now while there are a few days left.

fishing is heating up

Posted by [email protected] on September 14, 2015 at 9:55 PM Comments comments (0)

sept the 14 the weather is getting alittle cooler, the redfish and snook are bitting. low tides this time of year find creeks or deep pot holes on the flats. try topwater mirrodines soft plastics. slow down look for bait or ativity. Book ur trips now before they are all filled uo      thank u   capt DENCIL POWELL

sept fishing

Posted by [email protected] on September 6, 2015 at 10:35 PM Comments comments (0)

the redfish bite is improving , suggest outer points ,islands, rock beds, topwater action is coming on i like a skitterwalk in the trout pattern , greeback work well also a cajun thunder popping cork with a mirro lure little john in gold will catch redfisfand trout , still a few front moving  in so watch the weather. we are getting into our low tide season so be careful and plan ur fishing trips for the tides.    book ur trips now and get in on some nice fishing action.

fishing and scalloping report

Posted by [email protected] on July 20, 2015 at 7:50 PM Comments comments (1)

scalloping north of bayport been getting limits in couple hrs , fishing report everyone says go deep for trout , i beg to differ the last 2 weeks my clients have limited out on trourt in 1 to 4 ft water, slow ur fishing down look for turtle grass, kelp and hard bottom i like using saltwater assissian jigs and paddletails even popping corks, red fish are chewing topwater, swimbaits and of course aka whitebait , look for bait and mullet the redfish will be close , i like either tide , check points mouth of creeks , and kind of structure.   thank u  capt dencil