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Redfish and black drum biting in Everglades National Park

Capt. Herb Kehoe
March 15, 2010
Chokoloskee - Saltwater Fishing Report

It just seems like this cold weather won't go away. I can't remember a winter like this; it just seems to hang on. In spite of the wind blowing out of the northwest most of the week, and the water temperatures still in the sixties, we were able find plenty of fish. The seatrout bite continues to be strong, the fish are large and it doesn't take long to catch a limit. The black drum and redfish have also been biting around the bars in the rivers and along the beaches.

Chokoloskee Fishing Forecast:

If we continue to see this weather pattern, the fishing should remain good for these species of fish. If we see a warming trend, we should start to see some bait move in. With the bait, we should start seeing some Cobia, Mackerel and some large sharks.

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P.O. Box 708
Chokoloskee, FL 34138
Phone: 239-695-2357
Alt. Phone: 941-809-0998
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