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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jeremy Mathis


2015-02-06
11:52 AM

Key Largo Backcountry and Flats Fishing - WOW! It has gotten busy down here in Key Largo. If you plan on getting out, PLEASE book your trip early, do not get left at the dock while everyone else heads out back. The fishing has been pretty consistent. Snook fishing continues to be extremel more...
Capt. Jeremy Mathis - Key Largo


2015-01-26
11:28 AM

Key Largo Backcountry and Flats Fishing - I want to talk about bait and how important it is to give the fish what they want. I recently had a last minute trip where I had to purchase bait from the local bait shop rather than catch fresh wigglers. While the shrimp were large and lively, the more...
Capt. Jeremy Mathis - Key Largo


2015-01-06
9:32 AM

Flats and Night Time Snook under the full moon - Happy New Years to all!! I got a call over the weekend around 5:30pm from a couple guys who wanted to head down and tighten some lines. After a short conversation, I loaded up the boat and headed to the dock. They got here about 8:00pm and were more...
Capt. Jeremy Mathis - Key Largo


2014-12-29
11:07 AM

Key Largo Backcountry Fishing - Wow! Its been a busy week, Christmas is behind us New Years in front of us and the start of our busy season in the Keys. I took a day to myself and went out for a couple hours to get a good feel for the fish bite. The water level had come back to a more...
Capt. Jeremy Mathis - Key Largo


2014-12-09
1:16 PM

Its great to be fishing the flats - This time of year the winds pick up and make it uncomfortable to brave the big blue ocean. The best part about the areas we fish in the backcountry is that they are typically protected from the 20-25 knot winds that hammer the open reef edge. We to more...
Capt. Jeremy Mathis - Key Largo


2014-12-01
11:08 AM

Redfish Snook and Tarpon in the backcountry - If you know anything about South Florida and the Everglades then you know the arrival of the white pelicans is one our first signs that winter is around the corner. These pelicans are larger than the typical grey pelicans and they fill our bays and more...
Capt. Jeremy Mathis - Key Largo


2014-11-21
2:16 PM

The best part about backcountry fishing.... - This time of year, we experience many days where the wind becomes an issue. That's what is so great about a backcountry fishing adventure. No matter what the conditions are, you can find a quiet corner to wet a line and enjoy a day of drag pulling more...
Capt. Jeremy Mathis - Key Largo


2014-11-11
8:24 AM

Key Largo Backcountry Fishing for Snook Tarpon and Refish - We got out yesterday evening with some folks from Colorado who wanted to see the difference in our fish and theirs. The different styles of fishing amaze me, many of my northern clients don't realize that you have to man handle our Snook and Tarpon more...
Capt. Jeremy Mathis - Key Largo


2014-11-07
3:43 PM

Full Moon Fever - Looks like the rain is finally giving us a break and the wind laid down enough to get on the water. Many times the reports are skeptical at best around the full moon, but I'm here to tell you the bite has been OUTSTANDING! The backcountry is full o more...
Capt. Jeremy Mathis - Key Largo


2014-10-20
3:29 PM

The mullet are here - Last Wednesday, my neighbor mentioned he had not had the chance to get out and catch a Snook for dinner yet this year. I took a mental note and headed out the next evening. We found that the Mullet Run is in FULL swing! 1 cast of the net and the l more...
Capt. Jeremy Mathis - Key Largo

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