Fishing Reports 2013
Key West Fly and Spin Fishing Charters
Fishing Report for May 2013: The Large Migratory Tarpon are here and have been biting good when conditions are good and the presentation of the
fly, bait, or lure is to their liking. We've been catching Permit on the flats
with fly gear when conditions are ideal. Sharks, Jacks, and Barracudas have
been providing some good alternatives to the big three for some of our clients who want to just bend the rod. The best thing about the key fishing is
that there is always something to tug on your line and provide some action for our clients no matter
what their skill level is. Give us a call to get in on the fishing action here in the beautiful Lower Keys and Key West.
Key West Fly and Spin Fishing Charters Lower Keys and Key West fishing Report for April
2013: The Tarpon Bite and temperature has been heating up. The flats, channels, and basins are holding large migratory Tarpon up to and over 150 lbs. Schools of
Tarpon can be seen in shallow water and provide an exciting sight fishing experience.
There's nothing like watching a 100 lb. fish swim up to your fly or bait and aggressively eat it and then leap several feet into the air.
These silvery fish also known as the "Silver King" can be caught on both fly and spinning gear.
Give us a call to book your Tarpon fishing experience.
Key West Fly and Spin Fishing Charters Fishing Report March 2013: Fishing during the month of March has been on and off, especially for the big three species. This is due to the cold fronts that have been making their way through the Lower Keys and Key West. The best thing about fishing here is that their is always something to catch all year round. On the warmer days we have had Permit show up boat side on the flats. We tagged one for project permit. The Tarpon are around the Key West area rolling spiratically as weather cooperates. We have also found some schools of Redfish in the back country in shallow water that were caught on fly. Keeping the action going, we've caught Jacks, Barracudas, Lemon sharks, and Mangrove Snappers on the cooler windy days. There's nothing like seeing a Barracuda attack your fly or plug at lightning speed and then peel off drag! The Jacks are a blast too, as a whole school will try to eat your fly or plug all at once (known as a "Jack Attack"), and believe it or not we have even ended up with two on the hook at once. As for Sharks, well nothing beats watching a 4'-6' Shark swim up and eat a fly, plug, or live bait followed by a rod bending arm burning battle. Thats the report for now and hope to have a report for the rest of the month to include lots of TARPON which will be the focus as we head into the months of April, May, and June. I have some open dates for the 2013 Tarpon Season so give us a call to get in on the action! ------<*)}}}}}}}}><