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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ariel Cabrera


2007-03-12
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Flamingo and Whitewater Bay: either is good choice right now We are seeing the best backcountry fishing of the year right now. Everything from cobia, tripletail, tarpon to snook and bonefish on the flats. Here are some catches: Rick Silva fami more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2007-02-27
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Pelagic Fishing at Peak Flamingo’s mackerel, cobia, and Gulf fishery is hot. Water temepratures remain in the 60’s and steady. Shrimp and flashy jigs is all you really need. A chum bag helps but it not a must. The area near Marathon is a good more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2007-02-14
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Still Going Strong at Flamingo The backcountry continues to be a place for adventure and great fishing. We have had super days on the water this winter thus far. Flamingo, inside and out, has been awesome for that mixed bag action. We are seein more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2007-01-30
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Winter Fishing at Peak Flamingo has been on fire. This is peak time for all winter species. This includes spanish mackerel, pompano, bluefish, sheepshead, and drum. The mackerel have been travelling close to shorelines. In fact, we caught ove more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2007-01-16
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Great Late Winter Bite Winter has been on the warm side for a while now. Expect the season to continue with some windy, yet warm weather and we’ll have a steady bite. Inshore fish are pretty responsive to temperature changes however; they are a more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2006-12-23
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Strong Flamingo Winter Bite The strong winter bite is still going at Flamingo. This includes a great grouper bite in the backwaters. We have had success while throwing jigs and plugs however; the bigger fish will go for the natural baits. Migu more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2006-12-13
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Flamingo Winter Fishery at Peak Winter fishing has been strong despite the windy weather experienced. This is the season for snook, redfish, drum, sheepshead, mackerel, and more. The area is finding fish concentrated in sheltered coves and back more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2006-11-27
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Fall Bite at Flamingo Flamingo fishing will continue to improve however; this is the time to plan around fronts and wind speed and direction. Client Luke Kellogg opted for a Biscayne trip instead of Flamingo and he got a bonanza of fish more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2006-11-12
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Late Fall: Flamingo's Best Fishery Fall is a favorite time to fish the Flamingo area. Temperatures are starting to cool down, it is the start of the redfish migration, and fishing is generally very good. Fall fishing also happens to be one of th more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo


2006-10-17
12:00 AM

Flamingo - Everglades National Park - Flamingo Fall Fishing is Fantastic The Flamingo area is seeing an improved redfish bite on the flats and in the backcountry. These fish are taking lures such as spoon and live shrimp on jigs. A popping cork also works very well for this time of more...
Capt. Ariel Cabrera - Flamingo

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