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Fishing Reports by Capt. Steven Tejera


2010-05-03
10:03 PM

Spring Fishing In Full Swing! - Spring is here and it feels like it. The Tarpon are moving into south florida, whether its flamingo or down in the keys were having some decent shots when the weather cooperates. Most of these fish are big fish that are doing there annual spring migr more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2010-03-31
7:23 PM

Starting To Feel Like South Florida - It's actually warming up! For a few weeks there I was not sure if I was living in Miami. It sure feels like South Florida again as the temps are rising and its getting hot. The redfish and trout have been pushing up on the flats and potholes ambushin more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2010-03-02
2:20 PM

BackCountry Fly Championship 2010 - BackCountry Fly Championship 2010 My cousin and I teamed up for the event and like always what a great tournament with the best of the best competition around without a doubt. The weather was tough and so was the fishing. Out of 2 days of fishing more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2010-02-03
1:54 AM

January 2010-Florida Bay/Costa Rica Vacation - The spotlight of January has been the Redfish and Black Drum, with most days going double digits on the drums. We mainly fished with jigs tipped with a live shrimp when fishing deeper creeks and runoffs were there was a good tide flow. We also mixed more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2010-01-06
6:18 PM

New Year Starting Out With A Chill - The new year has started off with some frigid temps for South Florida. Last week we fished mainly with jigs tipped with a live shrimp with the exception of one day that we were able to do some sightfishing and fish with artificial. The jig tipped wit more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2009-12-22
9:41 PM

Cooling Out In South Florida - In the last couple of weeks the conditions have changed so much with some days being slick calm and hot to some being windy, rainy, and cold. We had a cold front push through over the weekend dropping the air and water temperatures. Before the front more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2009-12-01
6:30 PM

Sight Fishing Mayhem - Sight fishing has been out of control lately. Redfish and snook have been going nuts during the middle of the day and afternoon when the water warms up. Bonefish on the ocean side and in florida bay have been mudding in deeper water. Late in the afte more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2009-11-12
2:19 PM

Florida Bay Blowed Out - The winds have been up just about every trip in the last couple of weeks. Some of the days we have had clear skies but some we have had horrible visibility. When its windy, instead of trying to fight with the wind I work with it. For example, if I am more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2009-10-21
4:45 PM

Shallow Water Chillin Out - For the last couple of weeks it has been extremely hot and with high water just about everywhere from florida bay to biscayne bay. The bonefishing in the keys and biscayne bay was good during the lower stages of the tide for sightfishing. On the high more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2009-10-01
9:33 PM

Florida Bay- 2009 Herman Lucerne Memorial Tournament - The Herman Lucerne Memorial Backcountry Tournament started off this past weekend on friday September 25 with the kickoff party and some good food. The week prior to the tournament I got out a few days to stay dialed in. Ken joined me on friday for so more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo

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