Key Largo Tarpon and Snook
Capt. Jeremy Mathis
April 23, 2015
Key Largo - Saltwater Fishing Report
Warm weather, strong tides, and hungry aggressive fish are always a welcome treat. I can't speak enough about learning the areas you are targeting, watching how the fish react to different conditions and tides, and changing how you approach them according to those conditions. I had trips 2 days in a row, at the exact same times, and exact same weather but with a different current direction. The fish acted completely different, but we changed up our approach and scored big on both days.
Our Snook here in Key Largo have been schooled up with their noses in the current. Read your flats and creeks, find the current breaks and pot holes where they can hide, cast up current and let your bait swim back naturally. This has been our secret to success. We picked up this nice 31" Snook following these steps.
Tarpon have been very active in the late afternoons being most productive 30 minutes before to 30 minutes after sunset. Large live baits have been my go to for these heavy lifters. I had a client out that wanted to catch sharks and tarpon this week. We got this puppy tarpon to end our evening.
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Key Largo Fishing Forecast:
Warmer weather means the fishing will heat up as well. The flats will be coming alive with frisky tailing redfish.
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