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LOWER FLORIDA KEYS FLATS FISHING REPORT  
Thursday, November 26 2009

Florida Keys Flats Fishing Report: Nov. 26th....

 


 

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!!

The weather predictors missed it again today. The prediction for Turkey Day was wind and rain. When I woke up this morning it was flat calm with solid cloud cover. Perfect conditions to find rolling baby tarpon.. Made of few phone calls, woke up one buddy, but found another already awake.. Splashed the boat and found several nice schools of baby tarpon. We hooked three on fly before Tom had to be back at the dock by 10:00...

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Wednesday, November 25 2009

Florida Keys Flats Fishing Report: Nov. 26th....

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!!

The weather predictors missed it again today. The prediction for Turkey Day was wind and rain. When I woke up this morning it was flat calm with solid cloud cover. Perfect conditions to find rolling baby tarpon.. Made of few phone calls, woke up one buddy, but found another already awake.. Splashed the boat and found several nice schools of baby tarpon. We hooked three on fly before Tom had to be back at the dock by 10:00...

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Sunday, November 15 2009

Florida Keys Flats Fishing Report: Nov. 15 th

Sight Fishing Goliath Grouper On The Flats..

Steve Helland from Mn. left the chilly north to fish several days with me in the chilly south.. He actually arrived between two cold fronts.. We battled cool water temps, north wind and cloudy conditions. We did find a few tailing permit, some bonefish and even some tarpon..

While fishing for redfish, we spot a Goliath grouper under the mangroves. Steve makes some excellent casts, tight to the mangroves. The set up we initially used was adequate for redfish, but not for a big grouper with the drag cranked down..

Posted by: AT 01:53 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Saturday, November 14 2009

Florida Keys Flats Fishing Report: Nov. 14th....


It was bound to happen sooner or later. Our first major cold front of the year has arrived. Just after that we had some horrendous fishing conditions when Ida was passing though... 30+ mph winds and solid cloud cover. My friend Luke Andrews, a Montana Fly Fishing Outfitter was also passing though as well. So we went even though conditions were awful. It worked out, we fished leeward shore lines and had a blast. We got into baby tarpon, snook and redfish. Luke even tempted a blacktip shark to eat a crab fly..


Thankfully the winds and clouds associated with Tropical Storm Ida have past... I fished with my Friend Capt. Derrrin Doop today.. Blue skies, light winds out of the NE... water temps in the mid to low 70's.. We found a bunch of redfish in the first spot and a surprising amount of bonefish later in the day.. Also lots of BIG barracuda in the 4 to 5 foot size..

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Saturday, November 14 2009

Florida Keys Flats Fishing Report: Nov. 14th....

Fly fishing for sharks can be an option when things get tough

It was bound to happen sooner or later. Our first major cold front of the year has arrived. Just after that we had some horrendous fishing conditions when Ida was passing though... 30+ mph winds and solid cloud cover. My friend Luke Andrews, a Montana Fly Fishing Outfitter was also passing though as well. So we went even though conditions were awful. It worked out, we fished leeward shore lines and had a blast. We got into baby tarpon, snook and redfish. Luke even tempted a blacktip shark to eat a crab fly..

Florida Keys Redfish

Thankfully the winds and clouds associated with Tropical Storm Ida have past... I fished with my Friend Capt. Derrrin Doop today.. Blue skies, light winds out of the NE... water temps in the mid to low 70's.. We found a bunch of redfish in the first spot and a surprising amount of bonefish later in the day.. Also lots of BIG barracuda in the 4 to 5 foot size..

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Saturday, November 14 2009

Florida Keys Flats Fishing Report: Nov. 14th....


The weather and the fishing has been good this last week. Water temperatures in the mid 70's and light winds. Lots of big permit on the gulf edge along with some tanker sized cudas.

Posted by: AT 02:08 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Saturday, November 14 2009
Fly fishing for sharks is an option when things get tough,

Florida Keys Flats Fishing Report: Nov. 14th....

It was bound to happen sooner or later. Our first major cold front of the year has arrived. Just after that we had some horrendous fishing conditions when Ida was passing though... 30+ mph winds and solid cloud cover. My friend Luke Andrews, a Montana Fly Fishing Outfitter was also passing though as well. So we went even though conditions were awful. It worked out, we fished leeward shore lines and had a blast. We got into baby tarpon, snook and redfish. Luke even tempted a blacktip shark to eat a crab fly..

Redfish are fees sensitive to colder temperatures
Thankfully the winds and clouds associated with Tropical Storm Ida have past... I fished with my Friend Capt. Derrrin Doop today.. Blue skies, light winds out of the NE... water temps in the mid to low 70's.. We found a bunch of redfish in the first spot and a surprising amount of bonefish later in the day.. Also lots of BIG barracuda in the 4 to 5 foot size..
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