Wednesday, January 25, 2012
We are struggling through the dead of winter here in the Florida Keys. Lows have been in the upper 60's and high's around 80. Life is rough, but some buddy has to do it! It has been weird fishing as we are usually looking for warm water this time of year. Water is warm everywhere so fish are not in specific areas. We have to burn a bit more gas to find where they are on any given day, but that is what makes it fun!
Still doing a lot of Bay fishing for trout, red's and black drum. It is more of a sure thing for anglers who are more interested in catching. For the more sporting clients bonefish have been around in good numbers and channels have resident tarpon, but it requires more patience.
If you are going to be in the area I would love to get you on the water. Fishing is only going to get better and better.
Tight Lines Capt. Dave
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
I had a great Christmas Holiday with my family back in Michigan, but like all good things it must come to an end. I am once again back on the job in Key Largo and ready for action!
Since my return I have focused most of my time in the Bay fishing for trout, redfish, jacks and tarpon. I had a blast catching up with many clients I have not seen for a while and watching their families grow up. We spent a lot of time making sure the kids had fun catching lots of fish!
Now it is time to spend a little more time working on target species, tarpon, redfish, bonefish and permit!
Tight lines Capt. Dave