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Everglades Fishing Report

Capt. Jason Sullivan
February 8, 2019
Flamingo - Saltwater Fishing Report

It has been warm over the last few days and we have a good push of big tarpon moving into the backcountry, This happens this time of the year but very unpredictable as it is solely based on the weather and the water temperature. These are fish anywhere from 50lbs to 100+lbs. If a cold front passes through it usually shuts it down until it warms back up. We have had some great fishing hooking and catching fish up to 110lbs this week on fly and plugs.

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The snook and redfishing has been very good. Lots of smaller fish but there has been some bigger ones mixed in. We have also been catching those fish on fly and plugs.

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If you want to get out on the water then, give me a call or email.

All the best,

Capt. Jason Sullivan
[email protected]
www.RisingTideCharters.com
(954)864-0592

Target Species:

Tarpon, Snook, Redfish

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Light Tackle and Fly-fishing on the flats, backcountry or night time snookin. We fish our way through the beautiful Florida Everglades and Biscayne Bay. If your looking to sight fish and have a great time, you'll definitely want to book a trip here. If your a beginner or a seasoned vet, give me a call to plan your next trip.

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Rising Tide Charters
8910 SW 68th Ct.
Miami, FL 33156
Phone: 954-864-0592
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