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Fishing Reports by Capt. Alex Zapata


2017-05-18
3:31 PM

Tarpon season 2017 update/ Fly casting advice - Well, it's been a while since my last report and I just have a chance to catch up. The tarpon migration in south Florida is on and I've been out on the water everyday since the first week of April. The majority of my clients book me for flyfishing more...
Capt. Alex Zapata - Biscayne Bay


2017-03-12
6:10 PM

Good bonefishing in Biscayne bay and the keys - Well, winter time is coming to an end and Spring is quickly approaching. We haven't had any serious cold weather but the wind has been blowing hard, which is typical during late February-march and April. Lately, I have been bonefishing throughout more...
Capt. Alex Zapata - Biscayne Bay


2017-03-06
4:07 PM

Great fishing during good weather days - Fishing has had its ups and downs over the past few weeks. The weather forecast has pretty much dictated where, when and how we are going to be fishing. As I'm writing this, the wind is gusting 30 plus knots and its been that way over the past 4 da more...
Capt. Alex Zapata - Flamingo


2017-02-07
11:13 PM

Steady winter time action - The Everglades continues to provide very good fishing this winter. The highlight of the month has definitely been the snook bite. We have been catching great numbers of big snook in almost every trip. The fishing really heats up around cold weather, more...
Capt. Alex Zapata - Flamingo


2016-12-10
1:46 PM

Winter time equals fun fishing in the Everglades - As the end of the year approaches, the arrival of cold weather brings along several fishing opportunities for a wide array of species that are readily available during cold weather. I spend most of the year sightfishing with clients after glamo more...
Capt. Alex Zapata - Flamingo


2016-12-03
4:10 PM

Winter time bonefishing - winter time is here and the cold air temperatures have finally made an appearance. As now, at least 2 cold fronts have rolled in through south Florida bringing the typical pre-frontal strong NW winds, along with clouds and some rain, followed by po more...
Capt. Alex Zapata - Biscayne Bay


2016-10-28
4:27 PM

Windy days of Bonefishing-Fishing after Hurricane Mathew - Fortunately, South Florida wasn't seriously affected by hurricane Mathew, only leaving moderate rain, lots of wind and inactivity. For us, the fishing guide community, any major storm coming means charter cancellations and down time at the dock. Let more...
Capt. Alex Zapata - Biscayne Bay


2016-10-07
7:06 PM

Fall time Bonefish and permit fishing - late summer and fall is my favorite time of the year for bonefishing, as the water temperatures start to cool off a bit, making the fish actively feed through the day. Fall is also the time of the year when we get some of the biggest tides. Big tides more...
Capt. Alex Zapata - Biscayne Bay


2016-10-06
3:30 PM

Flamingo sightfishing action and current fishing conditions - I'm sure that many of you have heard about the water quality issues, algae blooms and massive grass die off that we have had lately, in many areas throughout Florida bay. Several environmental groups and the Florida fishing community have been urging more...
Capt. Alex Zapata - Flamingo


2016-09-19
8:21 PM

Biscayne Bay Snapper fishing - The fishing for snappers in the shallow wrecks and channels inside Biscayne Bay is starting to get consistent and will only get better through fall and into winter time. we have been finding good size muttons, mangroves, yellow jacks and red groupers more...
Capt. Alex Zapata - Biscayne Bay

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