Grand Slam Fishing in the Keys Heats Up This Spring.
Capt. Dexter Simmons
April 9, 2008
Key West - Saltwater Fishing Report
April 8, 2008. Tarpon have begun to migrate in from the Gulf during March and early April to join resident Tarpon here in the Keys. We have had some giant Tarpon ranging from 150-200 pounds on the line.
The trained eye has spotted Bonefish on the flats on both sides of the Keys during the past month. On a few days when the tides and water temperature conditions were ideal, we spotted schools of Bonefish feeding against the incoming tide.
Permit are still showing in good numbers on the flats and in channels on the Gulf side of the Lower Keys. We have had some foggy days this past March, but we were still able to catch some Permit! Tarpon, Bonefish and Permit will continue to show in growing numbers as we swing into the warmer Spring weather of latter April, May, and June.
In the meantime, We are also catching Barracuda, Shark, Mutton Snapper, Jack Crevalle, and Cobia. When you are ready to book a charter or just talk fishing,
contact Capt. Dexter Simmons by casting your net line to www.keywestflyfishing.com or by TOLL
FREE CHARTER HOTLINE: 877-FISH052 (877-3474052) ///// or at 305-745-3304 or by email at email@example.com Happy Fishing!
Our Father (Mother) - Son (Daughter) Key West Flats Fishing Trips are now scheduled for throughout the summer, fall, winter, and spring.
For more information about the Father and Son Flats Fishing Trips go to www.keywestflyfishing.com/fatherandson.htm
Once again, you may contact Capt. Dexter Simmons for a future fishing charter on his TOLL FREE CHARTER HOTLINE: 877-FISH052 (877-3474052) ///// or at 305-745-3304 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Key West Fishing Forecast:
Tarpon season on the brink, Bones and Permit about too.
Tarpon, Bonefish, Permit
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