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Fishing Reports by Capt. Steven Tejera


2009-09-09
12:52 AM

Florida Bay- Labor Day Week/Weekend - Another Labor Day Week/Weekend has passed and the fishing has been great. Despite one day of rain for the most part just about every trip we have had some great weather as well. We took advantage of the great weather and good times were had putting a more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2009-08-31
9:32 PM

Florida Bay- More Like Paradise - Closer to Flamingo where snook, redfish and tarpon call home to the borderline of the Everglades National Park closer to the Keys were bonefish and permit cruise the shallow tidal flats the fishing has been great. The weather has been good, hot as ca more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2009-08-15
9:28 PM

Florida Bay-Summertime Heat and Showers - Today we were in Islamorada planning to do a little bonefish/permit two step, but the only two step we managed was loading the boat right back on the trailer as quick as possible as we were getting hammered by the rain. The fishing earlier this more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2009-08-02
8:34 PM

Islamorada Redghost Stalk-Florida Bay - First of all I would like to thank Jim and Sherri Trice and all those who helped put this event together. Ken and I started the morning great, by 7:30am Ken landed a nice bonefish and 300 points on the board. We had a few more good shots at bonefish more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2009-07-25
8:53 PM

7/25/09 Islamorada-Florida Bay - 7/25/09 Islamorada-Florida Bay I was able to get out this week on thursday to do some fun fishing. My cousin Anthony joined me on thursday out of Islamorada. We started off our morning with bonefish tailing all around us and having numerous shot more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2009-07-05
1:49 PM

7/5/09 Shallow Water Fireworks - Snook blowing baits out of the water, schools of bonefish pushing and tailing on the flats, tarpon laid up and rolling around, massive schools of redfish tailing and eating just about anything thrown their way, I think the fish have had a little cele more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2009-06-21
11:46 PM

6/21/09 Fathers Day Weekend - For the past few days the fishing has been good. There has been plenty of big tarpon on the ocean side of the keys. Saturday we had numerous shots at fish rolling, running in pods north and south and fish daisy chaining. There is nothing like watchin more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2009-06-15
10:27 PM

6/15/09 Florida Bay Fire - Its been hot out there. The temperature has been blazing hot and the fishing has been on fire. The weather for the past few days has been good with mainly clear skies and not a drop of wind making for some excellent sightfishing. The redfish have bee more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2009-06-04
12:29 AM

6/3/09 Florida Bay- Summer Bite - Summer is here and its hot. Slick calm mornings, fish pushing wakes, tailing, blowing up bait on a mangrove shoreline and of course those horseflies flying around the cockpit of the boat biting at your ankles and toes when you least expect them to. T more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo


2009-05-27
2:03 AM

5/26/09 Chub Cay Bahamas-Flamingo-Memorial Weekend - Making a crossing to the Bahamas(Chub Cay) you usually have one thing on your mind before the trip and that's good weather. Aboard the Connie Marie for the crossing was Todd, James, Tony and myself and all four of us had that in mind, but mother natu more...
Capt. Steven Tejera - Flamingo

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