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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob LeMay


2019-08-25
5:32 PM

Fishing report - Everglades backcountry, Flamingo 25 August - Been entirely too long since my last report - but this has been a summer of re-fitting my old skiff. So far we've added a trolling motor (been doing without one for more than 20 years until now) a 24 volt model with all the bells and whistles ( inc more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2019-06-16
12:28 PM

Fishing report, 14 June, Everglades backcountry - Only fished one day this past week and I was lucky enough to have Captain Jan Lemieux and his son Declan aboard... I'll let the photos show the tale (with an assist from Jan since some of these are his photos..). [img]https://i.imgur.com/vWdGOxW.j more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2019-05-25
1:26 PM

Everglades backcountry - Flamingo 25 May - Things have finally slowed down enough for a fishing report (March through May are high season for guides in the 'Glades...). The giant tarpon have left now - on their way down to Islamorada or north to Boca Grande - take your choice. They've left more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2019-04-20
6:57 PM

spring report Everglades backcountry Flamingo to Chokoloskee - t's been more than six weeks since my last report so this one will be a bit brief and just hit a few of the highlights... I've been alternating working out of Flamingo and Chokoloskee - day after day, wherever my anglers want to fish... and things ar more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2019-02-25
5:33 PM

Fishing report, Everglades backcountry, 25 February - Last week was tough fishing over on the Chokoloskee side of things, fly fishing in windy conditions complicated by a super moon (that appeared to last for three days...) and low tide/blown out conditions at dawn... Each day I went home talking to mys more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2019-02-07
6:54 AM

Biscayne nights - Everglades days, 7 February 2019 - My last night on the water was the night before the Super Bowl... and we probably should have stayed home... Not much to report - only jumped one tarpon on fly - and most of the docklights we looked at had folks enjoying them - so... we didn't even a more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2019-01-08
12:25 PM

Everglades backcountry, Flamingo - 8 January 2019 - Only had one booking this past week worth reporting on, fishing visiting angler Adam Cox and his 11 year old son Bennett into the backcountry out of Flamingo and across to the Gulf coast. Last week water temps continued to rise as we found ourselves more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2019-01-01
12:26 PM

Last report 2018, Christmas week Flamingo, ENP - Last report for year 2018... We spent three days down at Flamingo this past week and the fishing was typical for this time of year. The early part of the week (just before Christmas) had winter water temps (64 degrees at dawn) and lots of small fish more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2018-12-07
8:23 PM

Biscayne nights - tarpon on fly, 7 December 2018 - Did my first winter night-time tarpon trip last night. On board was visiting British angler Charles Booth-Clibborn, an avid fly angler. Water temps last night were better than I had expected and we found small tarpon in docklights and in the shadow more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Biscayne Bay


2018-11-21
1:35 PM

Fishing report (and some info) 21 November - First a bit of info on how things are going in the Park down at Flamingo... A bit of good news - the gas pumps are now open again (call first to make sure they're talking about both for vehicles and on the water side of things for boats...) and they more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo

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