Experience Florida with IN THE WILD OUTFITTERS
Just Another Beautiful Florida Morning

Experience Florida Fishing
IN THE WILD

This is not a Florida StreamFellow fisherman, when you think of fly fishing do you picture a setting of mountain streams and rainbow trout?  Or maybe if your from a more southern climb, images of bluegills and small bass on a popping bug come to mind. Or, maybe you've heard the stir of the saltwater craze and aren't sure what to think of it. Well, about 25 years ago, I was bitten by the fly fishing bug when I landed my first trout while vacationing in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.   

But this is a Florida SnookUpon my return home I discovered the joy of catching Largemouth Bass and Bluegills on the fly, but then I heard of Tarpon, Redfish and Snook falling for flies in the nearby Gulf and I had to try it . To say I was impressed is to put it mildly I had caught saltwater fish all my life but never realized how much fun you could have with them on the fly.     

This Beautiful Speckled Trout was Taken in a Florida CreekImagine yourself wading the edge of a pristine grass flat where a throw to the deeper water to your left strikes gold as you tighten up on a gorgeous Speckled Trout.  A throw to the right on the shallow flat may end up with a Redfish peeling drag on one of its powerful runs. Then your attention turns toward the nearby mangrove shoreline as greenbacks take to the air to escape the jaws of a pod of hungry Snook.    

Florida In the Wild - Need I Say More!From the shear beauty of sunrise on the flats to the abundance of our fish, Central Florida is a fisherman's dream. And best of all if you are stuck indoors in Michigan tying flies or sitting around a hole in the ice in Wisconsin dreaming of Spring you can come to Florida and have a ball without missing a thing back home. Yes even in the winter there are fly fishing opportunities in Florida.   

Another Handy Florida SnookAlthough our reds slow down in the winter the Speckled trout, Pompano and night time snook action can be hot. Speaking of Snook our night time Snook trips are great for novice and expert fisherman alike. They are quite willing to eat a fly around lighted docks and require only short casts of 15 to 30 ft. So if you can get a 7-9 wt. rod and practice until your acquainted with this distance and you will be all set. Just get used to holding on to that rod because the average 3 lb. Snook will stun you with his speed and power.  


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For more information, or to book a trip contact: 
Captain Scott Graham 
IN THE WILD OUTFITTERS 
17454 Hwy. 301 
Dade City, Florida 33523
Phone: (352) 567-0543
E-Mail: Baysnooker@aol.com
 

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