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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jim Hobales


2017-11-20
5:18 PM

Breezy days produce plenty of Snook! - 11-11-17 I am fishing Flamingo today with Ricky and Stan, they were supposed to fish offshore for Sailfish but it was going to be way to rough for them. Ricky asked if I would take them and I said we could find some calm weather in the back country. more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2017-10-31
6:29 PM

Snook bite is on fire! - I am fishing Flamingo with Bob and his son Ryan from California today, its only a half day trip so we half to do it quick. The morning started out slow but picked up steam quick. On our third stop the Snook a Redfish and a bunch of Trout kept them bu more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2017-10-23
11:34 AM

Tarpon and Snook are biting! - 102017   I am fishing Flamingo with Tom and his brother in law Brian from Maryland. Brian comes down every year and likes to fish somewhere. We started out in front of Flamingo today looking to catch a couple quick Tarpon and then move on with ever more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2017-10-12
10:16 AM

Everglades National Park- Flamingo open for business! - Last Friday 9-6-17 the park sent out a notice the park and road into Flamingo would open on 9-7-17.  I got o the phone and found someone who really appreciate opening day. I went back country thinking I would start in Coot bay and it would be crazy b more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2017-10-05
4:10 PM

Crowds are down Mullet are running! - October 5, 2017 Crowds are down Mullet are running! Mullet run, that's all I can say! The last couple weeks the mullet made an early appearance and the fish are crushing them. I was lucky enough to get my house and cleaned up the first week a more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2017-09-21
11:24 AM

Open foor business, let's go fishing! - Open for Business, lets go fishing! 091817 On Monday I was out with my son James and Nephews Mark and Andrew chasing the mullet run. We hit the jackpot today as far as hooking Tarpon, every mullet we put out got hit. We ended up catching 8 more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2017-09-14
10:25 AM

What hurricane, lets go fishing! - 091417 This past 10 days we had to prepare for the biggest hurricane ever to come across the Caribbean it was taking dead aim at Miami and there were no steering currents. The Tuesday prior to the hurricane hitting the Keys it was obvious we neede more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2017-08-25
10:53 AM

Giving back for Kids and Marines! -   This past week I fished 2 different functions the Pace High School fishing tournament in Islamorada and the Project Healing Waters outing at Flamingo.  081917 The pace Tournament was out of La Siesta so I turned it into a weekend get away (sort more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2017-08-17
10:35 AM

Fishing is good, you just have to go! - This past week I fished several days from Miami Beach to Flamingo. The Snook bite in Government cut had been good this week.  I got out with Doug and his daughter Molly from Washington D.C. only to have the winds kick up and have waves breaking more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2017-08-06
7:37 PM

Hot August days but fish are Biting! - I'm still in the new boat stage getting allot of things taken care of and trying to learn the new Skeeter 23 Bay boat. I have had a few trips in the last week all to Flamingo and we have caught everything that swims.  072617 I am with Tom o more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo

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