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Three Generations of Wilson – February 21, 2013

Five years running fishing with three generations of Robert Wilson from Buffalo, NY. In two days of fishing after a severe cold front dropped water temps into the high 50’s, these Bobs caught everything from cobia to tripletail. The water is warming up and tarpon are rolling in the channels and it won’t be longRead more..

Fishing Report 1/23/11

A cold front passed through South Florida yesterday. Fishing and the weather had been consistent up until then. Gulf was a little slow with a mackerel bite, but closer inshore they were thick. Lots of redfish around Flamingo but most in the 13-17′ range. A couple of nicer ones are in the mix, but theRead more..

Wintertime Fishing in the Keys

December 2, 2010 – A mild cold front passed through south Florida last night and today dropping temperatures to a “cool” 72 degrees with winds up to 25 mph.  Pretty normal stuff for this time of year.  Usually, this can slow some flats fish down like the bonefish.  But many of the larger bones inRead more..

2010 I.W.F.A. Light Tackle Tournament

Three days of competition using only 6# and 8# test line.  Ladies Only.  This is another qualifying event for the Florida Keys Outfitters/IGFA Inshore World Championships. Anglers and guides get points for catching and releasing ladyfish, jacks, trout, redfish, snook, tarpon bonefish and permit.  A great group and lots of action guaranteed.

Redbone S.L.A.M Superfly – Key West 2010

For more results from the Redbone Key West S.L.A.M., check out this link

Upcoming Events

On September 25th and 26th, I’m fishing the Herman Lucerne Memorial Tournament. My star anglers are Greg Friedman and the legendary Stu Apte. This is a “slam” tournament requiring multiple species of fish to be caught in order to determine the winner.

Summertime Fishing

There is no better time to target bonefish in the Florida Keys than the summer and fall seasons.

Palolo Worm Hatch

We had a few great days of fishing around the full moon this past week. The Palolo worms emerged right on time to make for some fun evening fishing.