North Florida Bluegill Fishing

North Florida Bluegill Fishing

Fishing is my passion and I strive to share it with every person I can. It is not every day that you get to take your significant other on a fishing trip. North Florida Bluegill Fishing is on right now!

Today, I had the pleasure to fish with my wife, Diane Niemoeller. These are some of the best trips out.

We were in search of some bream and bluegill. They have been bedding up and are easy to catch.

The copperhead bream and bluegill have been bedding on remote parts of the river. You have to know exactly where to go in order to find the beds.

We were using ultra-light lines and reels. The 4lb test made for great fights from the bream.

If you place a cricket or worm over any bed, they will attack it. It provides for an amazing outdoor experience.

We also took a nice cruise to different spots on the river. Traveling to Astor, we got lunch at Williams Landing close to The Castaways on
the River.

If you are looking for a great trip out on the water for sightseeing and fishing, travel to North Florida for an experience of a lifetime.

Come Catch Yours Today with Captain Steve Nieomeller as your St. Johns River fishing guide.

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Captain Steve Niemoeller is a full-time Professional fishing guide and Licensed Master Captain. Primarily servicing the freshwater lakes of the St Johns River, Lake George, and Lake Monroe. He also guides on Harris Chain and Lake Toho. He also has great success on Ponce Inlet and Mosquito Lagoon in saltwater catching Redfish and other species.

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