Everglades Fishing Report

The park road down to Flamingo is still closed at the moment but I believe they are really close to opening it up. I am still fishing out of the upper keys and running across Florida Bay to reach Flamingo. The fishing has been excellent out font on the flats for baby tarpon. We have caught them on fly and plugs. The fish have ranged from 5 lbs- 30lbs and there has been a lot of them. Some days we have had over 10 bites on flies and plugs!! There has been some snook and redfish around on the lower stages of the tide when the water is a little bit cleaner. Sometimes it is hard to pull away from the tarpon though. Looks like the wind is going to lay down and we have some great tides over the next week. Give me a call to book a trip with an Everglades fly fishing...

Tarpon Fishing in the Everglades

I have always told people there is no need to travel out of the country to experience great tarpon fishing. Everglades National Park offers some of the best tarpon fishing in the world. You are able to fish for and catch fish of all sizes, ranging from 5 lbs-150lbs on fly and plugs. The Everglades is not only home to the best tarpon fishery but also has great snook and redfishing. Just a short drive from Miami puts you in some remote waters that has some incredible tarpon fishing. The best part about the fishing in the Everglades is, it can be done year round. When the weather is warm, which it is almost year round, you can find tarpon. No other place offers that. I made a short video of what you can experience in the...

Everglades Fishing Report

The park road down to Flamingo continues to remain closed. They are working on getting it opened as soon as they can. Hopefully sooner than later! I continue to make the run from the Upper Keys over to Flamingo, crossing Florida Bay . It is a very scenic ride if you have never done it before. The fishing outfront of Flamingo remains very good for baby tarpon. Lots of fish in the 5-30lb range. We have been getting them on fly and plugs. This should remain good until we start getting cold fronts, which typically start around November. So give me a call and get out with an Everglades fishing...

Tarpon in the December

It has been extremely warm down in here in South Florida so far this winter. Lots of tarpon around with this balmy December weather. The fish are happy and we getting them on flies and plugs. Here’s picture of a recent one we...
Tarpon Fishing the “Mullet Run”

Tarpon Fishing the “Mullet Run”

The Mullet Run Since mullet is one of the favorites of tarpons, it is equally important to know when to catch these smaller fishes for baiting the silver kings. The best time to fish for mullet is the whole summer season, northwards during springtime, and southwards in the fall. This simply means you can have the great mullet run starting from April all the way to October. You can start off with your mullet run from the waters off Canaveral and head down south. If you start in the later parts of September, South Florida is a good place to start your adventures as most of the fishes running from northern shores start reaching this sanctuary by around this time. The mullet run can literally stretch for miles often in sloughs as well as in knee-deep shallows. The beauty of it all is that these silvery fishes are a natural magnet for other bigger and more prized catches – the tarpon as well as snook – that anglers are aiming to hook. So, if you want to hook a big one, follow the mullet run and right on its tail is your prized target. How do you get the mullet? Well, you wear them out off the beach. Carry a cast net, net up to 4 mullets about 6 to 8 inches long, then stow these temporarily on a 5-gallon bucket. Get one and prep it on a 3/0 to 5/0 hook, unweighted. If you want durability, hook the mullet on its lips or mouth. However, serious anglers find hooking the mullet’s dorsum a bit more effective as this...

Tarpon Fishing

We got into some pretty good baby tarpon fishing over the last few days. Seems like another string of fish are big enough to target. Really cool to see this fish grow and how there behavior changes as they get bigger. One of the very interesting things about fishing the Everglades is you are able to see this happen from year to year. We are started to get a little bit more consistent rain in the Glades and I think that really turns these baby tarpon on. What a great fly rod fish! Antabuse blocks an enzyme that is involved in metabolizing alcohol intake. Used as part of a treatment plan for problem drinking. Other remedies are used to treat inflammation caused by eczema. Likely every man has heard about viagra pills like pfizer viagra. Sometimes men who drink excessively like marijuana find it difficult to get an hard-on and turn to erectile dysfunction remedies. So it’s important to know about it. The symptoms of sexual diseases in men include inability to reach an orgasm despite adequate sexual stimulation. Men suffer from erectile dysfunction need professional help. The treatment plan depends greatly on the precise cause of the sexual...