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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Yetter


2010-02-10
9:52 AM

Winter in the Florida Keys - The big tarpon had started to make an appearance.. This is the time of year we can find the front runners of the migration in some warm up spots on nicer days.. I count the days till tarpon season like most kids count the days until Christmas... more...
Capt. Scott Yetter - Little Torch Key


2010-01-24
1:50 PM

January in the Lower Florida Keys - It has been 2 weeks since my last report. I have been stalling and waiting for some good news. You may or may not know that Florida was bludgeoned with a major cold front early this month. Cold fronts this time of year are common.. Instead of the nor more...
Capt. Scott Yetter - Key West


2009-12-30
7:56 AM

Xmas In The Florida Keys - Clouds, wind and cold fronts continue to plague us here in the keys.. Must be winter.. Went out fishing with my friend Bo on Christmas... pretty good way to spend Xmas Day. It was cloudy, water temperatures right around 70 degrees. Winds were lig more...
Capt. Scott Yetter - Key West


2009-12-13
8:25 AM

Winter is fun in the Florida Keys!! - It has been a warm december here in the Florida Keys. Highs for this week in the mid 80's.. Water temps rose into the low 80's two days ago.... no wind... we found schools of rolling baby tarpon the first stop. Jumped one and left tarpon to look for more...
Capt. Scott Yetter - Little Torch Key


2009-11-14
4:55 PM

First cold front of the season.... - It was bound to happen sooner or later. Our first major cold front of the year has arrived. Just after that we had some horrendous fishing conditions when Ida was passing though... 30+ mph winds and solid cloud cover. My friend Luke Andrews a Montana more...
Capt. Scott Yetter - Key West


2009-10-23
9:21 PM

Permitopia - Disappointed I did not get to go to Mt. this week.... But some outstanding flats fishing has made me feel better. The effects of the cold front are over..YAY!! Water temps in the high 70's this morning and rose into the mid 80's in the afternoon. F more...
Capt. Scott Yetter - Little Torch Key


2009-10-07
9:33 AM

Low Tide + Early Mornings = Tailing Bonefish - Been launching the boat before sun up the last several days.. It has been worth it.. Great sun rises, and lots of tailing fish. Later as the tide comes in and the water levels rise, we are looking for pushes and waking fish. It has been a blast! more...
Capt. Scott Yetter - Little Torch Key


2009-09-27
3:42 PM

Shrimp Hatch - The last several days have been over cast and very calm. These conditions are ideal to find rolling baby tarpon in the back country.. Add that to an outgoing tide and if you are lucky you can find tarpon feeding on shrimp on the surface.. We call thi more...
Capt. Scott Yetter - Little Torch Key


2009-09-23
1:58 PM

LOW WATER + LOW LIGHT = TAILING BONEFISH - The very best months to fish to fish for bonefish in the lower Florida Keys begin with S. Once again this September has been very good for bonefish. Early mornings on the bottom of tide have been a blast! LOW WATER + LOW LIGHT = TAILING BONEFISH more...
Capt. Scott Yetter - Little Torch Key


2009-09-05
8:41 PM

September in the Florida Keys - Video report from the last couple of days on the flats, fishing with my friends. Fishing here continues to be epic. The last week or so has been very warm with little or no wind. Glassy smooth conditions make it easy to spot rollers, tailers and wake more...
Capt. Scott Yetter - Little Torch Key

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