Fishing Report

Fishing Report2020-11-16T14:47:26+00:00

Florida Keys Inshore Fishing Report

Now that the tarpon season is coming to a close, we change our focus and look to other species of fish.

The Florida Everglades is the targeted area for many captains as the water will start to drop in temperature. Snook fishing is already starting to heat up not temp wise but, in the amount, and size of the fish we catch. As the water continues to cool redfish (drum) will be thriving in the shallows as the bait continues to arrive […]

August 26th, 2022|

Spring time is here!

The waters are warming up and so is the fishing. The Florida Keys hold a multitude of inshore species of fish. We are here to guide you through it and explain your options for your next trip.

Tarpon, the Sliver King. Every year the migration of these giant fish start and fisherman flock to the flats and channels in search of a fish of a lifetime. The perfect game fish can be targeted in a couple ways. Fly fishing (sight […]

March 9th, 2022|

October Fishing Report

October and November are great months to fish Islamorada and the Florida Keys. The weather is starting to cool off a bit and the waters with it, bringing in all different types of sea life.

October 15th, 2020|

Islamorada fishing charters

Guess what?? The bonefish in Islamorada have been eating very good the last few months. Capt Donnie Benbow has treated his customers to many shots a the speedy bonefish. This will continue in the next several months. To book a bonefish trip call 3053930363

July 28th, 2020|

Florida keys permit fishing

It’s that time of the year when the permit fishing really starts to go off! Capt Donnie Benbow of Skins and Fins Charters treated his anglers to 2 big permit and two tarpon on the fly right off Islamorada. This should continue through the fall. To book a fishing trip in the Florida keys.

July 28th, 2020|

Capt. Ted’s Fishing Report

Flats fishing: Bonefishing and Permit fishing have been very good when the wind and tide are favorable. Back in the Everglades we have had a solid Snook bite, and a a lot of small Redfish. This is good to see because it’s a sign of good things to come in the months ahead.

Backcountry: Sea Trout, Snook and Redfish in the channels and Triple tail. As always Snappers, Sharks on light tackle is no problem. When the cold fronts come though we […]

July 28th, 2020|
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