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Night Time Tarpon Fishing Miami Shrimp Run 2024

Capt. Dennis Crowley
February 12, 2024
Miami - Saltwater Fishing Report

Tarpon Fishing in Miami. The past 2 weeks have been red hot from haulover to govt cut. HUGE tarpon feeding on shrimp in the inlets and bridges all up and down the icw. Some fish pushing 150lbs, tons of Jack Crevalle everywhere as soon as the tide starts moving, snook on the bottom at every bridge we fished all week. Depending on the current, most fish were had on a live shrimp on a float or flatline. The beginning of the outgoing tide at night has been the best for the tarpon. Even starting to see some shrimp up in Port Everglades now. Head over to my site for a more detailed report along with video from the past two weeks. www.flatbottomcharters.com
If you are in town and looking for the fight of a lifetime give me a shout,
Captain Dennis, Flat Bottom Fishing Charters

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Miami Fishing Forecast:

this weeks forecast looks consistent and should be pretty good for what were doing, a few windy days but most fishing is inside.

Target Species:

tarpon, snook

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If you are in the Fort Lauderdale area and are looking for the fight of a lifetime look no further! We will be targeting GIANT Tarpon and Snook on relatively light tackle, hooking into fish in the 100lb+ range. These big Tarpon put on quite a show, jumping 6+ feet out of the water, pulling a TON of drag, breaking a lot of gear and a lot of hearts. But if you have the determination and with a little bit of luck you just might land the fish of a lifetime. Come out and test your skills against the

Contact Info:

Flat Bottom Fishing Charters
1784 SE 15th St
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
Phone: 9545518914
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