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Flamingo Fishing Report

Capt. Jason Sullivan
July 15, 2017
Flamingo - Saltwater Fishing Report

It has been a while since my last report and I wanted to give you a quick update of what is going on in the Everglades. I have been fishing almost everyday and things are now to starting to slow down a little for me. The fishing has been really good, especially the tarpon. We have had a lot rain this summer and I believe tarpon love freshwater. There has been a good number of tarpon in the backcountry and on the coast. We have gotten them on fly and plugs with fish being anywhere between 40lbs-80lbs. The best part of this time of the year is there are lots of fish around and most days you have the entire place to yourself!

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I do have some days open the rest of the summer, so give me a call to get out on the water.

All the best,

Capt. Jason Sullivan
RisingTideCharters@gmail.com
www.RisingTideCharters.com
(954)864-0592

Target Species:

Tarpon, Snook, Redfish

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Light Tackle and Fly-fishing on the flats, backcountry or night time snookin. We fish our way through the beautiful Florida Everglades and Biscayne Bay. If your looking to sight fish and have a great time, you'll definitely want to book a trip here. If your a beginner or a seasoned vet, give me a call to plan your next trip.

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Rising Tide Charters
8910 SW 68th Ct.
Miami, FL 33156
Phone: 954-864-0592
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