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  1. Saltwater Species
    Winter time is still upon us in the Keys and fishing has been decent. Lately it's been a mixed bag on all of our winter time actvities as far as fishing goes. Shrimp is the bait of choice with water temperatures below 70 degrees and that means you don't have to waste time looking for bait...
  2. Saltwater Species
    It's almost April and big tarpon are starting to show up now in Islamorada and throughout the Florida Keys. I've been fishing tarpon since the first week of February and we've had pretty good early season fishing but now the real big schools are showing up. Just a few days ago we had a 5 fish...
  3. Saltwater Species
    Summer time is officially here in the Florida Keys. Summer time tarpon are here too. Those are more of the resident fish that can be found in the backcountry and around Islamorada that are often smaller in size but just as fun to catch. We've been finding lots of mullet in the backcountry and...
  4. Saltwater Species
    April and May have been phenomenal months for tarpon fishing in Islamorada. April 2013 was one of the best months for tarpon in a long time. We caught fish almost every trip with exception of only a couple - and had shots at fish on every trip. Most trips we landed 2 or more fish. Our best...
  5. Saltwater Species
    Had Sue Cocking down from the Miami Herald today on 1/4/13 for a little fishing story for the outdoors section of the Herald. There was a last minute cancellation to her original plans and we set something up the day before. We decided to go for a backcountry islamorada fishing trip and to...
  6. Saltwater Species
    We've had a lot of wind the last couple days and it's expected to continue through the weekend from 10/12/12. Yesterday it was a hard northwest wind of 20 mph and we made our way back to islamorada backcountry fishing cape sable hoping the northerlyeasterly wind would hold there and keep the...
  7. Saltwater Species
    Backcountry fishing islamorada september has been good as of late. We've had a fair amount of rain mixed in with some wind which has kept a lot of the bay cooled down which helps the fishing this time of year. There's been a good mix of trout, snapper, ladyfish, and jacks on the edge of the...
  8. Saltwater Species
    Islamorada fishing in July has been action packed, but it has been hot! Most of the time leaving early has helped, as often mid-day things kind of slow down due to the heat. We've had a little bit of everything going on in the everglades backcountry fishing. There has been a good bite of redfish...
  9. Saltwater Species
    Fishing this month in Islamorada, Florida Keys has been fantastic. The mild winter has kept our waters very warm and as far as the fish are concerned, spring is here. Tarpon have started to show up pretty good back in the cape area, all around flamingo and the everglades, and even in the bays...
  10. Saltwater Species
    Capt. Rick Stanczyk fished the last few days after our recent cold front in the Florida Keys backcountry, from west of flamingo out around the cape area and further northwest. It's quite a run for an islamorada fishing charter taking over an hour to get to. The recent front we had chilled the...
  11. Saltwater Species
    Capt. Rick Stanczyk fished John again for his last day here on 1/20/12. Did another full day back in the 'glades for some more january islamorada fishing. The first day John fished on the 17th, we caught 10 nice snook, including a 15 lber on the 1st cast with no bait on a troll-rite! Finished...
  12. Saltwater Species
    Capt. Rick Stanczyk fished a full day today on 1/6/12 and headed back into the everglades early. Yesterday some big schools of snook showed up way in the back, likely from this cold weather driving them down from the gulf coast of florida. These fish were there today for our islamorada snook...
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    Come experience the thrill of bait fishing HUGE florida keys tarpon in 2012! Starting in the early spring (as early as Febuary in some cases, depending on weather and temperatures) big schools of migrating tarpon show up off the cape and backcountry of southern florida. As the season progresses...
  14. Saltwater Species
    We had John and Pam aboard the BNM for a Florida Keys Fishing Trip on 9-24-11. Pam insisted they were lucky and we were going to catch a swordfish guaranteed. I told both of them we had a good shot, but there had been quite a few small fish around which can be very frustrating when trying to...
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