Fishing Report


Fishing Report 4-1-19

In the Lower Keys area, springtime fishing brings in warm water temps in the 75 to 80 degree range which brings Bonefish, Permit, and Tarpon up in the flats. Some of my most recent trips have been really good with a quite a few Bonefish caught on fly, 20 lb Permit caught on fly along with some hookups, and few Tarpon caught on fly with some of my clients. All 3 of those species can be targeted light Tackle spinning gear and a well presented live crab or shrimp. 

Tarpon Fishing is going to start picking up and is where my full attention will be geared towards. weather its spin or fly tackle, there will be showing in channels, deep flats, and bridges. 

Mangrove Snapper fishing has slowed down due to a transition and changes in the warmer water temps.

 Spotted Seatrout fishing is still good a popular gamefish which make a target for kids and adults and are especially good for those who are looking to catch fish for dinner.

 Sharks are plentiful and can be a great opportunity for kids and days that are just too windy to do anything else.

Ladyfish and Jacks are couple other types of fish that you can catch with the the seatrout.

Barracudas are still up on the flats now and are a great option. The bite has been good for either throwing a fly at them, using artificial lures, or live baiting them.

Charters are available! Feel free to contact me by email or phone for further questions about the fishing!


Charters are available. So plan your next trip!