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Fishing Reports by Capt. Steven Tejera


2011-10-17
4:45 PM

Fall In Florida Bay Redfishing - Florida Bay has been active! Lots of finger mullet and whitebait in general all over the place and the predators have been right behind them. We have been sightfishing with artificials and my clients have had a blast. Repeat client Alex Trujillo got more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2011-09-20
5:21 PM

Flamingo/Biscayne Bay Fall Fishing - Flamingo has been awesome like it always is. Redfish tailing, mudding crushing everything in their path, snook and tarpon on the ambush...just the typical flamingo chaos! We have been throwing either artificials or fly and have had luck with both. Fa more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2011-07-14
3:45 PM

Flamingo Summer Fishing Report - The heat is on and the fishing is on fire! Flamingo fishing has been excellent with mutliple species on the list and many backcountry slams. Tarpon, Redfish, Snook and trout have all been active in florida bay. We have been mainly sightfishng with ar more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2011-03-30
3:14 PM

Spring Fishing-South Florida Style - The fishing has been awesome. From big tarpon laying up to shallow redfish and snook mudding around chasing mullet schools, spring fishing is in full swing. We have been throwing mainly artificials( jerkbaits rigged weedless and rapala skitter walks) more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2011-02-15
12:44 PM

Spring in the Horizon! - When I think of spring the first thing that comes to my mind is tarpon. The next couple months the tarpon will be invading South Florida and we will be right after them on the hunt hoping to put some silver(Tarpon) in the air and some cool eats. Whe more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2011-01-04
12:12 PM

Winter Time In Flamingo/Everglades National Park - Winter is here and the winter time fishing pattern is at full swing right now. Redfish, Black Drum, Snook, Sheephead, Triple Tail and Trout have all been on the menu. For the most part we have been fishing live shrimp close to the bottom. We have als more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2010-11-13
4:45 PM

Fishing During The Fall Remains Strong! - Fishing has been good all around from Biscayne Bay down to Flamingo. Bonefishing has been good and we have been catching them on bait,artificial and fly. There has been a good amount of bait as well with all kinds of predators right behind them! On more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2010-10-07
5:21 PM

Fall Fishing In South Florida - Its that time of year that the temperature will go down a bit changing things up in a positive way. Temps cooling off, not too hot and not cold just comfortable to fish all day. Not only are we more comfortable with the temperature but the fish wil more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2010-08-04
1:51 PM

Summer Sightfishng In South Florida - August is here and July gave us some excellent days on the water with August only looking better. Everything is happening, Florida Bay has had a mixed bag of Redfish, Snook and Trout with a few tarpon showing and getting into the backcountry of Flo more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2010-06-25
8:46 AM

Summer Time! - Summer is here and it is hot. The key during the summer and even into the fall is to get up early and get an early start when the water temperature is cooler in the A.M hours. We have had days with excellent lighting to go with good weather making fo more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo

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