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LOWER FLORIDA KEYS FLATS FISHING REPORT  
Friday, January 01 2010

Florida Keys Flats Fishing Report: January 1st....

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!!!


Another great year of fishing has come to close.. fished the last day of the year with Patrick from New Jersey.. Weather and the tarpon cooperated. We managed to end the year with a nice juvenile tarpon on fly!

Yahoo!!!!

The weather for the upcoming week looks sunny but cool... highs in the mid 60's.. This will take tarpon, permit and bonefish out of the picture for a while until we get some warmer weather. However that still leaves us with barracuda, sharks, redfish, snook, lady fish and seat trout. Speaking of sea trout. Trout season is now open.. They are very tasty...

Posted by: AT 10:21 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
Saturday, December 12 2009

Florida Keys Flats Fishing Report: Dec 12th....

It has been a warm december here in the Florida Keys. Highs for this week in the mid 80's.. Water temps rose into the low 80's two days ago.... no wind... we found schools of rolling baby tarpon the first stop. Jumped one and left tarpon to look for tailing permit.... found some permit, but it was tough. I did find a dozen or so 6 foot tarpon laid up in a winter warm up spot..... YAHOO!!

Sid & Jesse with another sea trout

It is winter here in the keys and conditions change..
Had a charter yesterday.... winds out of the NE, solid cloud cover and had too work to find fish... However we did find some nice snook and redfish out of the wind.. Earlier in the week under similar conditions I had the pleasure of fishing with Sid and Jesse... They were taking a break from winter up north and just wanted to keep the rod bent and lines tight. We changed tactics.. Instead of sight fishing we went out to the gulf edge and caught a BUNCH of sea trout, lady fish and jacks on shrimp tipped jigs...

Posted by: AT 10:03 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Wednesday, March 18 2009

Sam and Joe having fun fishing in the Florida Keys

Today I fished with Sam and Joe on weeks vacation from a Philadelphia winter. I asked them what they would like to fish for...tarpon? permit? bonefish? All three are on the flats now.
Joe's reply was "We want to catch fish!" Sam had never fished before..
Boy did we catch fish... Normally I prefer to sight fish. Which is a lot more like hunting then fishing.. We went to a basin on the gulf edge on a falling tide and threw jigs tipped with shrimp and soft plastic.. Almost every cast resulted in a hook up. Mostly lady fish , which are a blast... they are closely related to tarpon and love to jump. We also caught some nice sea trout, snappers and jacks..

Several days ago I fished with Alan from Atlanta. Blue skies, warm water and light wind. Alan had fly fished most of his life for trout and was new to sight fishing on the flats... However even though it was Friday the 13th and he brought a banana(bad ju ju), he still feed 5 baby tarpon a surface fly.. Nice going Alan..

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