Here’s John and Rich with an everglades juvenile tarpon caught on fly last week. John came down to Florida with his buddy Doug and had a blast catching a whole bunch of these guys. October is a great month for juvenile tarpon on the fly in the backcountry.
Here’s Doug from LA. holding his first Everglades Snook. The population of Snook seems to really be bouncing back after the terrible freeze of 2010. Doug and his buddy John caught over 25 Snook and 25 juvenile Tarpon on fly each day for their 3 day backcoutry fishing charter.
Here’s Capt. Rich releasing about a 40 lb. Tarpon in the backcountry. Believe it or not we actually think this size Tarpon is the most fun to catch because of their acrobatic jumps. Most of the time we use about an 8 weight fly rod or 10 lb. light tackle spinning rod to catch this size fish to give us more of a challenge. Tarpon of this size can be found in the Miami and South Florida area pretty much all year long. If you would like to inquire about booking a fishing trip for Tarpon give a shout.
Here’s Owen Plair a fishing guide from South Carolina. He came down earlier this year to Tarpon fish with a buddy. From the looks of this picture “He’s hooked from the first kiss.” To book your Miami Tarpon Fishing Trip give us a call today.
Here’s a recent customer video of us Tarpon Fishing in the Florida Keys. It was at Bahia Honda Bridge during the Spring Time Annual Migration of Tarpon. This is by far the most exciting time to fish for Tarpon here in Miami and all of South Florida. These fish can be caught on light tackle spinning rods as well as fly fishing gear. Bring your “A Game” because some of these fish get well over 100 lbs. Call Us Today
Earlier this year I had the honor of fishing with River Monster’s Television host Jeremy Wade. We did a short clip together that was featured on NBC’s Today Show of us fishing near Islamorada. Jeremy was a lot of fun to fish with and I look forward to fishing with him again in the future. We hope to film a Tarpon Fishing show together next year.