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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ariel Cabrera


2005-01-03
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Flamingo Fishing Report May the New Year bring positive boating and fishing experiences for everyone. So far it has been excellent for myself as well as many other south Florida guides. We have been on the water steadily during the moving season more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2004-12-06
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - We have been blessed to have decent weather and a fairly strong bite inshore. Flamingo catches have had a lot of drum , both red and black. Excellent gag grouper action with some mixed in mackerel and pompano. Sheepshead fishing is also improving. more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2004-11-11
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - The Winter Fish Have Arrived The passing of several fronts has pushed a new array of species to the Flamingo area. Drum, sheepshead, bluefish, and pompano have been caught with some regularity. Snook fishing continues to be good like the red fis more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2004-10-10
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Turn your Clocks and Reels Great fall fishing is ahead with the best red fishing of the year to come during the next month and a half. The outside river mouths of the Everglades will continue to provide the most reliable action as we away the fr more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2004-09-07
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Snook Season Open! Fishing has been increasingly dependable on “iffy” weather but the days we have been out- it’s been all about ‘catchin’. Fishing inside Whitewater has had reliable action on snook and snapper and outside has been the same but w more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2004-07-23
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Super Snook Fishing Flamingo fishing remains strong and steady with action. We have been catching snook every trip out from the flats, to the coastline, and even in Whitewater Bay. One trip produced 14 insiders on artificials up to 5 pounds in th more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2004-06-28
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Flamingo's Hot Early Morning Fishing Tough to Beat! Early mornings have been producing good numbers of tarpon , snook, and snapper. There has been plenty of bait around (mullet and pinfish) and those have been keeping the game fish active. Morni more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2004-06-01
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Make Summer Fishing Plans Early or Late Fishing in the Everglades National Park continues to improve just as the weather has. W have experienced an improvement in snook fishing, they are active due to the water temps. Trout have been responding more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2004-05-09
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Awesome Spring Action A solid two months of high winds and high pressure systems hasn’t put too much of a dampening on the backcountry fishing. I’ll start with most recent reports and work myself backwards; Pete Oppenheimer, Ed, and Chris scored more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2004-04-11
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Catch a Flamingo Grand Slam Water Temps. on the rise means the fish will be more active! This is when the species that compose the slam turn on and catching a ‘grand’ is considered great accomplishment. I have been fishing south of Flamingo w more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo

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