Spring brings a mixed bag of fish to the boat

Not bad for his first snook caught on fly March 9th. Look at those electric yellow fins!

Not bad for his first snook caught on fly March 9th. Look at those electric yellow fins!

 

Flats fishing in Islamorada and the Florida Keys offers something exciting in every season. While you Northerners are cringing through winter’s last laugh, we are whooping it up on the water catching a memorable mixed bag of species. Though the season hasn’t officially started yet, tarpon fishing has been outstanding thanks to unusually warm spring weather. Though a brief cool front may push them back a bit, in the interim your fishing line is likely to lead snook, snapper, grouper, redfish, permit, bonefish and even a bold cobia to the boat. Guides’ calendars are filling up as Spring Break and the thick of tarpon season approach. Don’t hesitate! Call or e-mail me today to reserve your spot in our angler’s paradise.