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Flamingo Fishing Reports

3:47 PM

Everglades backcountry Flamingo, 5 Nov 2019 - This past weekend was a great time to be fishing out of Flamingo. The weather was great and the action was hot.... This time of year all of the action is controlled by water temperatures - and we still haven't had that first cold front of the year ( more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo

10:52 AM

Everglades days, Biscayne nights, 26 October 2019 - Moved around a bit this past week with three days in the Everglades out of Flamingo and one night locally in Biscayne Bay.... Still lots of fish out of Flamingo -and we're still waiting for that first cold night that will make all of the big tarpon more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo

9:42 AM

Everglades backcountry report, 14 October - We fished four out of the last seven days down in the salt and brackish portions of the Everglades with two days out of Chokoloskee followed by two days out of Flamingo. As expected - pretty good fishing with snook, redfish, and speckled trout every more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo

11:50 AM

Fall Flamingo exploring, 7 October - Made a quick run down to Flamingo yesterday to do a bit of exploring and shaking out my new motor after some small problems we'd found... The good news is that my motor is 100 % now (you don't go into the backcountry with motor troubles....). Did a more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo

8:19 AM

Everglades Fishing Report - The fishing continues to be very good out of Flamingo There has been a big push of bait through the Everglades which has brought a lot of fish south chasing them. The tarpon have been around hanging in the creeks and rivers ambushing bait as it flo more...
Capt. Jason Sullivan - Flamingo

3:04 PM

Everglades, Flamingo report, 1 October - Back out on the water this past weekend after a lot of re-fitting (new motor, and lots of extras as well) and found the usual end of September scene out of Flamingo (down in the Everglades for those of you not familiar with south Florida...). The Gu more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo

12:26 PM

Best weather, good bite! - Greetings! Our most pleasant weather time of the year is upon us and the bite is superb! We fished the Herman Lucerene tournament last weekend and found SIX of the seven Everglades species! We battled 30 knot winds for two days but did well a more...
Capt. Armando Alejo - Flamingo

3:58 PM

August-september report - The fishing in the park continues to thrive with consistent catches, keeping my anglers very busy. Snook fishing still is as good as it gets, with plenty of fish around every trip. We've been poling in very shallow water, sightfishing with the fly ro more...
Capt. Alex Zapata - Flamingo

7:48 AM

Fall Fishing in the Everglades - Next to our Spring season, this is by far the BEST time to fish in the Everglades. This is what I call our second Tarpon season. Nobody on the water, unlike the spring and there are lots of tarpon around that are usually very aggressive. Most of t more...
Capt. Jason Sullivan - Flamingo

3:08 PM

Tarpon Time - Greetings A2 fans, We are on a typical summer pattern in the Flamingo Everglades. Tarpon, Triple tail, Snook with some Redfish are most prevalent right now, most of these fish are caught with artificial and flies (in some instances). On a rec more...
Capt. Armando Alejo - Flamingo

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