Last Updated on March 15, 2022 by Capt. R.C.

Spring weather brings the pollen, warmer weather, and increased activity in the estuaries. While spawning season varies for different types of species, March is that time for sheepshead. These sneaky eaters are referred to as convicts due to their stripes and reputation for stealing your bait. However, they also provide some springtime fun for anglers visiting the ares.

Our group of two life-long friends got a chance to experience the sheepshead spawning first-hand, today. We worked varying bodies of water, and ended up catching over 20 fish!

This is the beginning of our spring season, and things will continue to get better from here. Call us to book your trip today 843-485-7424