Tarpon Season Running Low On Openings

He guys I just wanted to let you know that space is running low on open dates for next years spring Tarpon Season.  Its always the busiest and best time of year to come down here.  So if you want fish fish with us on a Miami Tarpon Fishing charter give us a ring today.

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Fishing Trip Redfish

Check out this nice Redfish that was caught last week by this husband and wife team.  They came down to Miami on a short vacation and were able to explore the Everglades Flamingo area with Captain Rich Smith.  During their trip they caught Snook, Redfish, Tarpon, Jacks, Ladyfish, and Snapper.  This is a typical fishing trip for us in the Miami South Florida area.

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Flocks Of Birdys

The last few days have been really great for bird watching while running from fishing spot to fishing spot.  I guess the snow has arrived up north and the birds are booking it out of town for our warm tropical weather here in South Florida.  Call us today to book a Miami Fishing Trip.

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Sharkin In The Keys

Here’s a father / son team hooked up on sharks in the Florida Keys.  The pair landed several sharks up to 8 feet long while on their 4 hour fishing trip.  Miami Shark Fishing is great here in South Florida all year long.  No matter what the weather is doing you can have a blast fighting these toothy guys.

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Underwater Poon Action

Here’s a cool shot taken while landing a nice 80 lb. tarpon last weekend.  These fish are so much fun to catch on fly and even light tackle.  Miami Tarpon fishing is great all year long.  Especially during the Spring migration.  To book a trip to catch one of these prized gamefish give us a call today.

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Sunset Last Week

This photograph was taken last week by a client that was on a flats trip with us.  Sunsets like this can be seen all year long while fishing in Miami.  It’s the best way to spend you ride home after catching fish.

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Snooky Bit The Hooky

“Snooky Snooky bit the Hooky.”  This is a little phrase Capt. Rich uses while fishing for snook here in South Florida.  The Everglades and Miami areas are full of these really fun fish to catch.

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