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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob LeMay


2024-02-25
11:25 AM

Everglades fresh and salt, 25 February - We were on the water three days this past week (bad weather claimed my two night bookings). Our first day was local, in the canals west of Ft. Lauderdale, with two anglers aboard switching off between fly and spinning gear. A good day - the very fi more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2023-12-10
11:21 AM

Biscayne Night Tarpon, 8 December - Broke another rod last night (more about that later...). I've been doing a bit of exploring these past two weeks as we move into holiday season (and most folks are doing family stuff when they have time -not booking fishing trips...) and have been a more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Biscayne Bay


2023-11-18
7:14 AM

Flamingo report, 14 November 2023 - We were lucky enough to get a day on the water just before the flood hit south Florida this week with two very skilled anglers aboard, Abe and Russ. Abe is actually a charter boat skipper himself - working out of Haulover inlet... After a long r more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2023-08-17
4:29 PM

Biscayne nights, 16 August - We fished the falling tide on Sunday and Monday nights this week and found small to medium tarpon in both docklights and up under bridges. Since I'm still in the break-in period with a new motor, the Sunday was with a buddy - the Monday night was a more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Biscayne Bay


2023-03-02
6:16 AM

Saltwater / Freshwater report, 2 March 2023 - Fished out of Flamingo Monday and found a few big tarpon still up inside Whitewater in very poor tidal conditions (quarter moon - no low tide all day long..). We were able to get bites from them on both live bait and lures - but never stayed connect more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2022-10-13
11:16 AM

Flamingo interior scouting report, 13 October 2022 - We ran out of Flamingo yesterday - more scouting than fishing but can confirm a few things... Not the slightest sign of any damage along the roadway down to Flamngo - all 38 miles of it. You can see at the ramp and on top of the dock remnants of the more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2022-03-28
11:53 AM

Fishing report, Everglades Flamingo, 28 March - You can tell that things are finally opening up this spring in the backcountry of Everglades National Park out of Flamingo and my anglers are enjoying it... Only out two days this past week and the big silver speckled trout are finally making a showi more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2022-01-19
12:15 PM

Peacock bass on the fly, 17 January, 2022 - Earlier this week I was booked to fish out of Flamingo, a double boat trip with four anglers total, but on that day the weather was just awful - a combination of a strong cold front with high winds combined with a full moon tide (super high water, mo more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Alligator Alley


2021-11-17
4:07 PM

3 days at Chokoloskee, 17 Nov - We did three days last week out of Chokoloskee and found a variety of fish along the outer coastline and back into the interior of the Ten Thousand islands area. I'll keep this report brief and let the photos do most of the talking... This was the more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Chokoloskee


2021-10-21
5:10 PM

Everglades days, Jupiter nights - Came off the water just before midnight last night up in Jupiter. We did a bit of night-time docklight fishing, not finding as many snook as usual... Last night the full moon and a bit of wind might have had something to do with our results. Still more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Chokoloskee

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