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Flamingo Fishing Report

Capt. Pier Milito
January 21, 2013
Flamingo - Saltwater Fishing Report

The tarpon, snook and redfish will be active in the backcountry shallow warmer waters on the colder days. The bigger tarpon will tend to lay up at the surface in waters between 3 and 8 feet deep with dark bottoms. On the warmer days you can find the snook, redfish and trout stacked up at the creek mouths and the grouper and mackerel will also be present in rivers and regions closer to the gulf.

Remember to slow down your presentation during the colder days.

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Capt. Pier Milito
captainmilito@aol.com
786-295-4466

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Captain guides in waters he's been fishing longer than most have been alive and has been guiding professionally for longer than most. Happy customers all over the world doesn't happen over night. It happens with hard work, experience and good fishing day in and day out. Fish Islamorada/Florida Keys, Miami/Biscayne Bay or Flamingo Everglades National Park. Fly and/or light tackle, inshore and/or offshore. National and International all inclusive fishing excursions also available.

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Fishing Adventure Charters
P.O. Box 823644
South Florida, FL 33082
Phone: 786-295-4466
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