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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jim Hale


2006-05-24
12:00 AM

Everglades National Park & Biscayne Bay - Biscayne and Florida Bay Fishing report 5/23/06 If you like to target snook on the flats the time has come! Big numbers of snook can be and have been seen on certain tides in Everglades National Park feeding on mullet. This has been a great time t more...
Capt. Jim Hale - Flamingo


2006-05-09
12:00 AM

Everglades National Park & Biscayne Bay - Capt. Jim Hale’s Fishing Report May 4th, 2006 Florida Bay has been on fire as of April with schools of large redfish cruising the flats. I have seen 20 -30 fish in a school all around 9 to 10-pound category. The smaller fish are not in the schoo more...
Capt. Jim Hale - Flamingo


2006-03-17
12:00 AM

Everglades National Park & Biscayne Bay - Cane Polin’ Charters March Fishing report Transition time is here again with cold fronts moving in about once a week, some stronger than others. In March they became weaker making for some great fishing opportunities. In between fronts are produci more...
Capt. Jim Hale - Flamingo


2006-01-19
12:00 AM

Everglades National Park & Biscayne Bay - Capt. Jim Hale fishing reports December 6th through January 17th, 2006 Warm and calm days in between the cold and nasty days have made for some real good fishing, when we get them! Low water temps in the 60s on the flats in Biscayne Bay made bone more...
Capt. Jim Hale - Flamingo


2005-12-05
12:00 AM

Everglades National Park & Biscayne Bay - Capt. Jim Hale with Cane Polin’ October 5th through December 4th fishing Report Well, it’s been a while since my last report, no thanks to Hurricane Katrina and Wilma. Everglades National Park is still closed as of today. You can still fish the more...
Capt. Jim Hale - Flamingo


2005-10-07
12:00 AM

Everglades National Park & Biscayne Bay - Capt. Jim Hale’s aboard fishing report from 9/1/05 to 10/6/05 Fishing days have been numbered throughout September by tropical systems and too much fresh water in Biscayne Bay and in parts of Florida Bay. Florida Bay is coming back with a lot les more...
Capt. Jim Hale - Flamingo


2005-08-31
12:00 AM

Everglades National Park & Biscayne Bay - Cane Polin’ Charters Fishing report August 6 through August 31, 2005 For the most part August has turned out to be a good month for inshore fishing. Though, this last week I was fishing for tree limbs. My fishing rod was a 16” Stihl chain saw an more...
Capt. Jim Hale - Flamingo


2005-08-05
12:00 AM

Everglades National Park & Biscayne Bay - Cane Polin’ Charters Fishing report July 10th through August 5, 2005 July through early August fishing has been pretty good in the mornings. After noon the bite slows down because of the heat. Some water temperatures in east Florida Bay had read more...
Capt. Jim Hale - Flamingo


2005-07-07
12:00 AM

Everglades National Park & Biscayne Bay - Cane Polin' Fishing report June 23 through July 7, 2005 Great fishing, the last couple of weeks has made Everglades National Park the place to be for snook, redfish and tarpon. The snook bite has been phenomenal if you have time to fish betwee more...
Capt. Jim Hale - Flamingo


2005-06-23
12:00 AM

Everglades National Park & Biscayne Bay - Cane Polin' Charters fishing report June 1 through 20th, 2005 The month of June has produced some of the hottest flats fishing yet, but stormy conditions had made for some wet days on the water. Calm conditions mixed in have produced large amount more...
Capt. Jim Hale - Flamingo

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