In The Wild Outfitters
 
 A Typical Day on the Water in Florida

A Typical Day on the Water

What to expect from your day in the sun.

The general make up of your adventure depends largely on you. Just let us know what your particular interests are.  

A popular option is to start out doing some fly casting around the mangroves early where you are likely to encounter snook and redfish.  Then if your casting arm gets a little tired at mid mourning you might try some speckled trout action on the flats on light tackle. Then after a break for lunch (provided) and the sun continues to climb, its back to the mangrove bays for some sight casting to reds.  Or maybe you would like to try your hand at pompano on the fly.  

But what if you're not into fly fishing?  No problem, You can accomplish any of the above with light tackle using artificials or you might want to employ live bait. Or, if you have any other ideas, then make out your wish list and let me know how I can help.  

A typical day starts out around day break and ends at 1 or 2 o’clock. These hours are negotiable and can vary to fit in with certain tides and client preferences. But then again, your day in the sun need not be in the sun at all. Many opt for our night snook trips that usually run from 10:00 through 3:00 or 4:00 in the morning. These times may vary also.  

A popular format on the night trips is to start a couple hours before dark for some instruction in fly casting when you can still see what your doing and then go to a local restaurant to grab a bite and relax a little. This is desirable because the snook often take a couple hours to get into a good feed.  

On a typical night anglers with moderate skills who can routinely cast 20 ft. or better average 5-10 snook an outing averaging 20"-24" with an occasional screamer thrown in for good measure. But beginners fear not, as this is also an excellent chance for a novice to catch his first snook. Refreshments including your choice of soft drinks and bottled water are provided.  

I typically arrange your accommodations so that I can pick you up on the hotel boat dock. This makes it very convenient at the end of the trip when your room and precious sleep are only a few steps away. You also have beach access out your back door. More info. available on request. I hope this has been of some help on what to expect and what I offer on my adventures, but if you have any questions, please ask.  


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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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