Let’s Go Fishing On Instagram – Episode 69

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Welcome to the 69th post in our Let’s Go Fishing!! Instagram photos feature series. Enjoy these select fishing photos posted on Instagram. We select photos and videos celebrating the sport and art of fishing and getting a great catch out on the water, plus occasional related photos and videos you may find interesting, and deliver them to you to enjoy viewing, stay connected with nature, and keep you in the outdoor fishing spirit.

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FISHING REPORT: 1/18 – 1/24 Congrats to Dave Scheetz for a catch and release of this nice gag grouper at the Sand Key Bridge this week and for being selected for the Gulfster Fish Photo of the Week! The inshore fishing has been picking up some this week with some fantastic snook and speckled trout being caught inside Tampa Bay. Right on time, this is usually the time of year to get some different species is some of the canals and creek system/ river systems. Look this week for some pompano, permit, and bluefish around some of the canals near passes and grass beds. Offshore the amberjack and red grouper are the main targets. Starting to see some nice reports of red grouper in 45-75’ of water and the AJ’s getting bigger the further you head offshore. Good luck and as always feel free to contact me with any questions via email at wtallyn04@gmail.com or follow me on Instagram. Also, don’t forget to submit your fish photos to gulfsterreport@gmail.com and you too could be featured on the site! –Capt. Wes Tallyn http://www.gulfster.com/fishing #fish #fishing #fishreport #catchoftheweek #fishoftheweek #snookjam @snookjam

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These photos may be featured from foreign users or companies outside of the U.S. posting in the #fishing tag on Instagram where we select photos to feature from. We do not check whether these are U.S. or foreign country photos. We’re only interested in showing you the best “big catch” photos we see. Our directory however will list only listings for bloggers and businesses in the United States. Any promotion gained by the owners of these photos in this photo series feature is at an unintended courtesy. We may remove photos at any time. Also, we make strong efforts to not re-post the same photos repeatedly, however being that we view literally thousands of photos, it’s sometimes difficult to avoid repeat posts. Some photos may be awesome enough we may want to re-post for viewing value.


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