Everglades Fishing

I hope everyone had a great Holiday weekend with friends and family! We have had some great weather in the Everglades with some even better fishing. The snook fishing in the backcountry has been absolutely outstanding. There are lots of smaller fish around and some bigger ones mixed in. It is not uncommon to catch 30-40 in a day throw plugs or flies. There is still a lot of freshwater in the backcountry which is great for the fishery. There has also been some pretty good baby tarpon fishing. These fish are in the 5-10lb range and pretty aggressive. The big ones are slowly starting to show up and once we have some light winds and warm mornings, we will definitely be chasing them. We usually get a good push of big tarpon about mid-December. Just keep an eye on the...

Flamingo has been on Fire!

This fall has been some of the best fishing that I can remember. The snook are everywhere and the baby tarpon are just as abundant. It has been extremely refreshing to see. I have been spending a lot of time deep in the Everglades looking for these guys and they not to hard to find. It has been pretty warm so far this fall, but we have had a north wind almost everyday. That makes it tough to fish for big tarpon. They are out there, so I am just waiting for a weather window to make the run. This is a great time to fish the...

Everglades

Post Irma fishing has been incredible. There is a lot of freshwater in the park right now and these fish love freshwater. The more freshwater the better the fishing is in the Everglades. Hopefully we have a somewhat wet winter and spring, as that usually gives us a good tarpon season in the Everglades, providing we get warm weather. There are still a ton of snook around and I am looking for moving water and structure. Those are the two most important things to look for when snook fishing. When you find those, you have been lately...