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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ariel Cabrera


2007-12-12
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Winter Fish, Here they come! Winter has finally arrived and so have the fish. The cold water species Iím referring to are the drum, mackerel, cobia, pompano, and yes-the sheepshead. Grab a few dozen live shrimp and head to the deep holes or rive more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2007-11-18
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Here Come the Winter Fish Fall fishing was a bit affected by some poor weather but on the good days, fishing was really good. For some reason, this season has had fewer boats and anglers on the waters I fish so we have had plenty of room and bent more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2007-10-17
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - FLAMINGO FALL SEASON IN FULL SWING The first cold front, a very mild one has already reached south Florida. This one will lead the way to other changes in temperature that will be ongoing over the next few months. Winter will be here shortly and more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2007-09-14
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - FANTASTIC FALL FISHING Fall fishing is finally here. Many angler have been awaiting this time of the year when bait begins to concentrate on favorite fishing grounds. Schools of fish start to school up as well to forage on these baits making sig more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2007-08-13
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - HOT SUMMER FISHING No complaints on the bite from anglers this time of year. There is a super bite on snapper, snook, and a variety of species around Flamingo in the Everglades. Snook continue to respond well to lures like Gulp Shrimp and swimmi more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2007-07-13
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - SUMMERBITE....STILL GOING STRONG Summer fishing continues with a great bite on most inshore species. In the Flamingo area we have been getting snook, snapper, tarpon, redfish, and tripletail using lures like weedless jerkbaits and Gulp shrimp. N more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2007-06-10
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Great Solid, Summer Fishing is Here! Summer has gotten off to a fabulous start with great bites. A recent Flamingo trip with Pete Guerrero landed us two tarpon, redfish and many more strikes. We tried sightfishing reds but it was overcast all da more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2007-05-17
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Summertime Fishing is Here! Summer is just that time of year when fishing really heats up and remains relatively consistemt. Warm water of around 78 degrees Fahrenheit or higher is perfectly suitable for the vast majority of shallow water fish. A more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2007-04-15
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - TARPON TIME!!! Itís TARPON TIME. The tarpon have started invading the shallows and cuts of south Florida in good numbers. Pay close attention to those outgoing tides early and late in the day, we have found the tides are key to turning the bi more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2007-03-30
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - High Winds?, head to Whitewater Bay! The past several weeks have had daily gusts of winds exceeding 15 knots. I had one cancellation due to this in Biscayne Bay but it has not kept me from fishing the backwaters. The sheltered shorelines have ha more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo

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