Fishing Reports

Fishing June 5, 2014

Had a fun two days with Janell and Earl from Denver. Fishing wasn’t great but we did have some success.  Our last stop the last two days we sight fished snook along the beach at high tide. The second day the wind was up a little which gave a little chop. I think this made the snook

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Fishing Report June 3, 2014 – Tarpon Sharks!

June is one of my favorite months to fish. The water is clear off the beaches and there is a myriad of fishing options. In the backcountry, redfish, snook, snapper and sharks are active. Tarpon are running and there are good numbers migrating north in the usual spots. I absolutely love sight fishing to 80 plus pound

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Fishing Report May 4, 2014

May and June are two of the best months of the year to fish. Tarpon are still in some of the backcountry bays and have also started their migration off the beaches. I love sight fishing the silver kings. In some places in southwest Florida they can be found in 3-12′ of water schooling and

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Fishing Report April 9, 2014

I’m glad March is over. March is our windiest month and the fishing can be good…and can be tough. As I write this the wind is steady out of the northwest and the temperature is dropping. I suspect this will be the last cool front of the year. Looking forward, April is when the fishing

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Tarpon, Snook, Redfish ! Fishing Report March 6, 2014

Wow, what a couple of weeks it’s been.  The highlight was last week when we had another cold front go through while fishing with long time friend and client Bob Bishop and Steve (grand slam) Fulton. All the tarpon stars aligned for the second time in a month and client Steve caught a 75lb tarpon

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Fishing Report February 20, 2014

This past week the fishing has been great. It all started last Sunday when the tarpon stars aligned as they only do a couple a times a year. We had a big beautiful full moon, the water temp was in the mid 70’s and a cold front blew in with the wind pumping out of the

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