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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob LeMay


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


2020-04-21
1:30 PM

Fishing report (sort of), 21 April, 2020 - Time for a bit of fishing info in a world without much currently... Like most I'm locked out of my favorite areas - particularly Flamingo, and won't be down there again until it re-opens. The good news is that areas just northwest of Everglades Nati more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Everglades City


2020-02-21
1:21 PM

Everglades backcountry, 21 February - We've been fishing both ends of the Park this past week - and this time of year a backcountry slam (snook,redfish, speckled trout) are daily targets. Add a tarpon and for any angler to manage all four in the same day... it's a grand slam... A wee more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2020-01-30
11:59 AM

Everglades backcountry on the fly... 30 Jan - Tuesday I hooked up with Steve and Paul down at Flamingo just before sunrise for a trip into the backcountry with their fly rods... The two friends were down at Flamingo for the first time to spend a few days in the backcountry of the Everglades. Th more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2020-01-06
3:33 PM

Everglades backcountry report, 6 January 2020 - Once again it's been a while since my last report but I've actually been on the water quite a bit since Christmas, fishing both out of Chokoloskee and Flamingo into the backcountry of the 'glades... As inside and Gulf coast waters finally begin more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2019-11-05
3:47 PM

Everglades backcountry Flamingo, 5 Nov 2019 - This past weekend was a great time to be fishing out of Flamingo. The weather was great and the action was hot.... This time of year all of the action is controlled by water temperatures - and we still haven't had that first cold front of the year ( more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2019-10-26
10:52 AM

Everglades days, Biscayne nights, 26 October 2019 - Moved around a bit this past week with three days in the Everglades out of Flamingo and one night locally in Biscayne Bay.... Still lots of fish out of Flamingo -and we're still waiting for that first cold night that will make all of the big tarpon more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo

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