Mid February North Florida Fishing Report- Rodman Reservoir

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Mid February North Florida Fishing Report- Rodman Reservoir

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Hey this is Capt Kenneth Walker with your Lake Santa Fe Fishing report.

I had the pleasure to fish with Dan and Brandon today. North Florida always a nice change of scenery when you come to Florida. It provides a different experience that South Florida can not provide. Here is your Mid February North Florida Fishing Report.

The fishing conditions were great day with blue bird skies. The temperature outside has been dropping later in the night but always picks up by early to mid day. The bite has been consistent.

Today was filled with quality fish. We caught around 20 that kept us busy. It is always amazing to have two fish over 6 pounds. it is not every day that you get two fish over 6 pounds in the boat, so we had a great day.

The shiners were the key formula today and our persistence paid off. If you come to Florida and you are blessed enough to go on a fishing trip, use wild caught shiners to catch the big fish.

I have some opening in March for fishing the Rodman Reservoir and I would advise getting in on the action!!! All of North Florida is heating up as the weather does the same. Hope to see you soon.

Till next time, Tight Lines!!!

 

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2017-02-17T10:39:42+00:00 February 17th, 2017|Categories: Florida Fishing Reports, Largemouth Bass, North Florida Reports, Rodman Reservoir|Tags: |Comments Off on Mid February North Florida Fishing Report- Rodman Reservoir

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