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Tarpon Season is just around the corner.

Capt. Scott Yetter
January 27, 2018
Key West - Saltwater Fishing Report

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In the next month, we will start to find tarpon moving into the lay up basins on the warmer days.. Also rolling in the channels early morning... As spring progress more and more tarpon will migrate through the Lower Florida Keys.. April though June being prime time, with large schools of tarpon migrating though the lower Keys.

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Lets not forget the other species.. Bonefish, permit, baby tarpon and barracudas are a lot of fun too! Always something fun to sight fish on the flats..
I know many of you are wondering how the Keys did in Hurricane Irma.. Sept. 10th Irma, A category 4 hurricane made landfall on the Florida Keys.. I was in Mt. at the time on vacation and watched the eye of the storm pass over my nieghborhood. Fortunately I have some great friends that secured my home, skiff and vehicles for the storm.. Lower Keys and the ocean side of Marathon were hit the hardest.. Some of the lodging options in Marathon and Lower Keys are rebuilding and will reopen later this year. Restaurants and bars in the Lower Keys reopened shortly after the storm... YAY! The Lower Keys are in the final stages of clean up. The county expects to be done in the next week or so... Key West for the most part was spared. Lots of fun places to stay, eat and drink.

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The good news is the fishery is as good as ever! Lets Go Fishing!

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Please feel free to call or write, if I can help with your vacation planning.
Capt. Scott Yetter Sight Fish Charters 305-304-6132 www.sightfishfloridakeys.com

Target Species:

Tarpon, permit, bonefish and barracuda

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Specializing in fly and spin fishing for large fish in shallow water. Sight fish tarpon, permit, bonefish, redfish, cudas, and sharks in the crystal clear waters of the Florida Keys. Beginner to expert welcome.

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Sight Fish Charters
53 Treasure Chest Dr.
Cudjoe Key, FL 33042
Phone: 305-304-6132
Alt. Phone: 305-304-6132
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