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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob LeMay


2021-01-09
2:11 PM

Everglades backcountry report - Flamingo, 9 January - We fished two days last week, on Tuesday, then again on Thursday, with mixed results. Tuesday was tough with high winds and waters that never warmed up much (and I had fly anglers aboard). We found lots of speckled trout in the interior but most w more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2020-12-14
6:42 AM

Everglades backcountry, 14 December - We fished out of Flamingo three days this past week and found better fishing every day we went. This week I'll let the photos tell the story... [img]https://i.imgur.com/WC4e3yq.jpg[/img] Local angler Jason Brown with a nice slot redfish... A more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2020-11-30
1:17 PM

Flamingo backcountry report, 30 November - Had a booking on Saturday and we met up at Flamingo. My anglers that day were Patrick Cowan and his two sons, Leo and Gabriel, ages six and eleven, looking forward to some backcountry action. That day we found speckled trout in good numbers both more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2020-11-27
9:12 AM

Thanksgiving report, 26 November - If family obligations don't get in the way I do like to spend Thanksgiving solo out on the water... and with all of my family somewhere else - that was yesterday's routine. I launched out of Flamingo early on then made the run back into the interio more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2020-11-23
9:41 AM

Flamingo Friday, Chokoloskee Saturday, 23 Nov - 1 - 1 of 1 Posts lemaymiami lemaymiami Registered Joined Feb 9, 2007 4,432 Posts Discussion Starter #1 a moment ago On Friday we fished out of Flamingo in windy conditions (seems like the wind has been blowing for weeks ...) with Ni more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2020-11-17
6:56 AM

Flamingo ENP with a fly rod... 17 Novembe - After all the recent storms (and the floods that came with them) it was nice to finally get back on the water at the end of last week. Making the move to using a fly rod for a beginning fly angler was the agenda that day and I had local angler Raj B more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2020-10-06
11:41 AM

6 October, Everglades Backcountry - Flamingo - Finally getting active again (after the way the year's gone so far - very grateful...). We spent a few days this past week down at Flamingo - and the fish are biting. There's so much bait along gulf coast shorelines right now that hungry fish can f more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2020-07-21
3:24 PM

Flamingo report, 21 July 2020 - I fished Kevin and his son Dawson last Sunday out of Flamingo and we had a pretty good day, running through the interior to get out to the Shark River area (the gulf coast of the Everglades for anyone not familiar with the area..). We were using spin more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2020-07-18
10:06 AM

Peacock days, Tarpon nights - 30 July - Like almost everyone I know, bookings and days or nights on the water have been few and far between right now... Won't comment on our country's current situation except to say that the virus has been getting in the way of just about everything .. Ho more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Biscayne Bay


2020-05-31
2:13 PM

Chokoloskee report, 30 May - Slowly we're coming back to life in the guiding business down here... The fishing is great but the customers are few and far between. Yesterday I had Graham Nelson aboard for a day out of Chokoloskee in the Ten Thousand Islands area. He's a skilled more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Chokoloskee

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