South Florida Fishing Report – 6/19/18

Here's what's going on in the waters of South Florida in the middle of June 2018. In these reports our guides address the most current state of their specific fisheries and make short-term predictions based on their own historical experiences. Remember that there are many variables that can affect the fishing from day to day, [...]

South Florida Fishing Report – 5/26/18

Here's what's going on in the waters of South Florida at the end of May 2018. In these reports our guides address the most current state of their specific fisheries and make short-term predictions based on their own historical experiences. Remember that there are many variables that can affect the fishing from day to day, [...]

Super Spawn – Early Winter Everglades Report

Capt. Jason Sullivan reports on the Everglades fishing for late fall/early winter We're having 30-40 snook days. It has been the strongest showing of snook I've ever seen this time of year. Based on the average size of these fish I believe we can attribute this insanity to an awesome spawn two or so years [...]

Baby Tarpon Galore – October Everglades Report

Capt. Jason Sullivan reports on the Everglades fishing in early October It's all about the baby tarpon. There's a ton of them around, they're frisky, and they're eating flies with vigor. Good news, the Flamingo boat ramp is now open. Until recently we've been running to Florida Bay from Key Largo to find these fish. [...]

Peacock Days and Snooky Nights after Irma

Capt. Patrick Smith reports on the Lake Ida and Palm Beach fishing following the storm. The Lake Ida system is getting back to normal. The finger canals have been flowing hard due to the open spillways. This has caused poor water conditions. At this time the system is starting to settle down and clear up. [...]

Capt. Scott Hamilton Talks Offshore Fly Fishing

When it comes to offshore fly fishing, nobody knows the game better than Capt. Scott Hamilton. We recently had him in the shop where he went over everything from color of flies, to educating a school of dolphin, setting the hook on bolting fish, and a whole lot of more information that can only be [...]

In The Trough: Fly Fishing For Snook On The Beach

When it comes to heart-pumping saltwater sight-fishing, the East coast beaches of South Florida provide all the action you desire. Every summer the pilchards, glass minnows and sardines school up along the shores of Broward and Palm Beach County, setting the table for hordes of snook, tarpon, and jack crevalles to come and enjoy an [...]