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Fishing Reports by Capt. Herb Kehoe


2013-01-11
6:58 AM

Seatrout, Black Drum and Sheepshead in the Florida Everglades - Temperatures were seasonal through December with most days in the mid seventies. Despite that, the water temperatures dropped into the mid sixties and low seventies. The first week of the New Year, things have warmed up considerably and the water was more...
Capt. Herb Kehoe - Chokoloskee


2012-07-17
6:10 PM

Fishing is HOT down in the Everglades - The air temperature is HOT and the water temperature Hot, but the fish down here in the Everglades are still biting. My parties for the past two weeks have caught redfish, snook, seatrout, permit and cobia. Inshore the snook and redfish bite is gr more...
Capt. Herb Kehoe - Chokoloskee


2011-08-30
11:51 AM

Summertime in the Florida Everglades - With the water temperature in the mid to high eighties and the air temps in the nineties, fishing continues to be good in the Everglades. Fishing to the south, from Lostmans River to the Harney River continues to be good. We are finding a lot of s more...
Capt. Herb Kehoe - Chokoloskee


2011-07-15
5:16 AM

Fishing and the weather is hot in The Everglades - With the water temperature in the mid eighties, and the air temp in the mid nineties, he bite continues to be hot here in the southern region of the Everglades. The snook are biting over the oyster bars and in the bushes nearshore and we have fou more...
Capt. Herb Kehoe - Chokoloskee


2011-06-02
6:51 AM

Big Snook bite still strong in The Everglades - If it is a trophy snook you are looking for, its time to visit the Everglades area. Those large females have migrated from the backcountry and from offshore to the rivers and passes of the area. Fattening up for their spawn, these fish are hitting more...
Capt. Herb Kehoe - Chokoloskee


2011-04-30
12:14 PM

SNOOK BITING IN THE EVERGLADES - It's April, and the Snook have started their pre-spawn feeding here in the Everglades. In spite of the major fish kill we had in 2010, there are still some big fish that survived. The past couple of weeks my parties have caught and released several n more...
Capt. Herb Kehoe - Chokoloskee


2010-06-06
12:05 PM

Lots of fish south of Chokoloskee Island - This past week we had some really good fishing to the south of Chokoloskee Island. All week on the low incoming tide phases we fished around the oyster bars catching some really nice redfish, some large seatrout and a few nice sized flounder. As th more...
Capt. Herb Kehoe - Chokoloskee


2010-03-15
2:53 PM

Redfish and black drum biting in Everglades National Park - It just seems like this cold weather won't go away. I can't remember a winter like this; it just seems to hang on. In spite of the wind blowing out of the northwest most of the week, and the water temperatures still in the sixties, we were able find more...
Capt. Herb Kehoe - Chokoloskee


2010-02-09
6:26 AM

Winter fishing still hot in the Everglades - Well the water temperature is still in the low 70's, but the fish don't seem to mind. The trout bite continues to the best I have seen in years. The fish are large and very hungry. Mixed in with the trout, we are catching some nice sized pompano and more...
Capt. Herb Kehoe - Chokoloskee


2010-02-03
12:10 PM

Redfish and Trout still biting in the Everglades - With the water temperatures steadily rising back up towards the 70's, our winter fishing is getting back to normal. Fishing South on Wednesday around the river mouths we found plenty of redfish and black drum on the rising tide. Once the tide stopped more...
Capt. Herb Kehoe - Chokoloskee

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