Flamingo Fishing Report

We just got another cold front that came through yesterday. This one was a quick and should start to warm up quickly. This has been a good winter so far this year with lots of cold fronts. Even thought the cold weather prevents us from having good winter tarpon fishing , the spring is usually incredible for tarpon after a cold winter. I am definitely looking forward to that. The snook fishing has been pretty good between the fronts, on the warm days. The sight fishing has also been pretty good once it warms up about mid day. My days are filling up for tarpon season, so give me a call and lets put something...

Everglades Fishing

Hope everyone is off to a great 2018. We just had a major cold front where water temperatures dipped into the mid 50s, which definitely slowed down the snook fishing. It is now back up to the high 60s and fishing has gotten better each day since. That will be the pattern for the next few months. On the days in between the fronts the big tarpon will show up if water warms up to the mid 70s. The sightfishing for redfish and snook is great this time of year because they warm themselves on the mud flats in the backcountry. If the conditions are right it can be some great fishing. Tarpon season is right around the corner and I still have a some days in March and April open to chase these monsters! I will also be doing some Oceanside tarpon fishing in May out of Islamorada and Biscayne Bay. That is pretty much some of the best sightfishing for tarpon we have down...

Cold front

We just had a big good cold front blow through the South Florida late last week into the weekend. That slowed the fishing down for the most part in the backcountry. The fish were down deep and required some live bait and shrimp to entice a bite. The good thing is that right after the front, fish get really active because they haven’t eaten much in the last few days. The weather is calling for a warming week which will really turn on the bite. Looking forward to some great fishing this week. Miami Fishing...