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Fishing Reports by Capt. Brandon Henley


2017-12-04
5:41 PM

December Fly Fishing In The Florida Keys - Great weather and super solid fishing have been good for the soul following Irma. The permit fishing has been very good and tarpon have been cooperating as well. Speaking of tarpon now is the time to get ready for this season. Rods and reels must more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Big Pine Key


2017-11-17
6:48 AM

Snook In The Glades - This time of year weather permitting I usually start trips into the Everglades for red hot snook, jack and tarpon action. The fishing has been fantastic and I love sharing this beautiful place with my guest. Fly fishing for snook is a blast and my more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Big Pine Key


2017-10-23
4:17 PM

Summer today but Fall is on the way! - It's in the 80's and muggy while I'm typing this but in 48 hours it will be 54 degrees. It will be a shock to my system and will kick the fish into oh crap we better eat mode. This annual change brings some of the best fishing of the year as fish try more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2017-10-03
3:40 PM

Post Irma Fishing Is Insanely Good - It's been a bit of a rollercoaster following Hurricane Irma. My house in Big Pine Key was severely damaged and dealing with insurance companies has been a bear. On a lighter note I have been running charters in Tampa and the fishing has been fantasti more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2017-08-28
7:27 PM

Tampa Bay Tarpon, Jacks, and Redfish - It was an incredibly busy tarpon season for me so this is my first report in months. The tarpon fishing was fantastic when the weather would cooperate. The good news is the winds have died, and the tarpon will be chewing until December at least. You more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2017-06-13
3:19 PM

Tarpon Fishing explodes in Tampa Bay - It's June and tarpon are the target on Tampa fishing charters. The action has been great and the weather has kept the crowds down. We have been targeting tarpon on the beach as well as resident tarpon on the beach. I offer Tampa fly fishing for ta more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2017-04-24
8:38 AM

It's Tarpon Time In Tampa Bay - My favorite time of the year is finally here. Tarpon are here in numbers inside Tampa Bay and very soon the migratory fish will be cruising the beaches. We have been doing very well fly fishing for tarpon lately with daily hookups. If you are interes more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2017-04-06
7:28 AM

Get it while it's hot! Tampa Bay fishing is on fire!!! - Tampa Fishing Charters Fishing Report Spring is off to a great start here in Tampa Bay. The weather is fantastic and the fishing is off the charts. Water temperatures are in the mid 70's and snook, redfish, trout and tarpon are all available. This more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2017-03-11
2:31 PM

Tampa Bay flats come back to life (Thank GOD!) - Spring is in the air and the flats of Tampa Bay are showing life again. After a winter spent in the rivers and canals it's great to be out in the open again. Water temps are good and the fish have responded. Snook, Redfish, Trout and Tarpon are comin more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2017-02-17
11:33 AM

Tampa Fishing Takes A Peek At Spring - With warmer than normal temperatures and an abundance of sunshine the sight fishing has been great. We have been targeting large Jacks, redfish, and even some resident tarpon. We are probably less than a month away from the fishing in Tampa Bay hitti more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay

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