The fishing around Boca Grande has been pretty good so far this summer. With it’s proximity to the Gulf passes, Boca Grande and Little Gasparilla, the more oxygenated water flowing in from the outside really helps. Working shorelines anywhere around the intracoastal waterway is beneficial. Snook and redfish are holding on shorelines along both sides of the intracoastal anywhere from Placida at the top of Gasparilla Sound down to Three Sisters Island. Across Gasparilla Sound over to Bull and Turtle Bay provides lots of opportunity. Spotted sea trout can be found throughout all this area in two to four feet wherever you find turtle grass. They definitely eat better early before things heat up. Although the migrating tarpon have moved on, there are still some resident juvenile fish around the shorelines of Bull and Turtle Bay. First thing in the morning, keep an eye out in  the deeper water, five feet or more, in Gasparilla Sound for rolling fish. Sharks are scattered throughout the area and look for blacktip and bulls to move up on the flats during high water, particularly the Turtle Bay bar.

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