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Flamingo Fishing Reports


2018-09-26
1:01 PM

fishing report, Everglades backcountry- Flamingo 26 September - We spent the last Friday through Sunday down at Flamingo with visiting anglers Bob Strawbridge and his son Andy from Indianapolis. Bob, using fly gear and Andy with light spinning gear. The good news for those not familiar with the Everglades is th more...
Capt. Bob LeMay - Flamingo


2018-09-10
11:34 AM

End of Summer fun! - Tom and Scott had one heck of a Tarpon morning jumping at least 15 and catching 5. Throw in some Snook, a Redfish and a bunch of Trout for a Grand Slam and back at the dock by 1 pm. Pete Post and his buddy had a nice day of Tarpon and Snook more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2018-09-09
9:43 PM

Late summer early fall Everglades report - The fishing in the Everglades has been very good to say the least. We've been fishing the park both from islamorada and out of flamingo marina with great success. Baby tarpon fishing has been consistent, with plenty of bigger fish around in the 3 more...
Capt. Alex Zapata - Flamingo


2018-09-07
12:50 PM

Tarpon time - Greetings friends. The South Florida Everglades is currently overwhelmed by Tarpon. Over the last month, we've been fortunate to find schools of hundreds of fish. Yes friends, my customers and I have been blessed with fish in the 20- 80 lb cla more...
Capt. Armando Alejo - Flamingo


2018-09-04
1:28 PM

Flamingo Fishing Report - There are still plenty of tarpon around to target, we have gotten into them on fly and spin. Most of the fish have been in the 30-50lb range, with a few in the 60lb class. The snook fishing has also been very good. There has been some bigger fish more...
Capt. Jason Sullivan - Flamingo


2018-08-10
10:19 AM

Everglades Fishing Report - The fishing down in the Everglades still remains pretty steady. There are plenty of resident tarpon around and once the bait pushes down, the bigger fish should show. There are plenty of 30-60 lbers hanging around. We have gotten them on both more...
Capt. Jason Sullivan - Flamingo


2018-07-30
5:53 PM

Tripletail, Redfish and Snook! - Greetings. The Everglades summer bite has been Epic for my clients. Over the past 3 charters, we've boated 60+ Redfish, 20+ Tripletail and have jumped double digit Tarpon. Each of these has been targeted with artificial baits, such as Gulp shrim more...
Capt. Armando Alejo - Flamingo


2018-07-19
2:50 PM

Flamingo Fishing Report - The fishing down in the Everglades continues to be pretty darn good. We have had lots of rain so far this summer, which really helps the fishing and the overall health of the Everglades. The summer tarpon fishing has been good with lots of fish in more...
Capt. Jason Sullivan - Flamingo


2018-07-17
12:59 PM

The hotter the weather, the hotter the fishing! - It is hot and it's only going to get hotter! That's the current situation here in south Florida with the weather and the fishing. After a busy tarpon spring season, the long and calm weather days of summer are back. If you want to catch your f more...
Capt. Alex Zapata - Flamingo


2018-07-15
11:55 AM

Incredible action in the Swamp! - It seemed like the last month was a father/son month, and it worked out with some great fishing days.The last few weeks have produced some of the best Snook fishing I have seen this year. The average fish size has been around 30 inches which is prett more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo

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