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Flamingo Fishing Report

Capt. Jason Sullivan
February 19, 2018
Flamingo - Saltwater Fishing Report

We have had some crazy weather over the last few weeks. Early this month it was extremely cold and windy and now it feels like the middle of spring. With the warm weather, the big tarpon have pushed into the backcountry. This time of year we hook some of the biggest tarpon of the year. Most fish are 60-80lbs. but it is not uncommon to hook fish into the 130-150 lb class. There has been lots of fish around and we have been getting them both on plugs and flies.

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The snook fishing is also very good right now with the warm weather. If you can find some good clean water, then you will definitely find some snook.
If this is any indication of our tarpon season, looks like we are in for a good one!

I have a few days open in March and April so give me call or email to get on the water.

All the best,
Capt. Jason Sullivan
Risingtidecharters@gmail.com
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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