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Good Winter Bite

Capt. Ariel Cabrera
February 19, 2017
Flamingo - Saltwater Fishing Report

Fishing south Florida this winter has been good to those that have worked with the weather. We have had a good inshore bite from Flamingo to Chokoloskee and have been catching a mixed bag.

Catches have included typical winter fish like black drum, mackerel, pompano but also the traditional game fish we target like snook and redfish. We have been using live shrimp just as much as soft plastic baits and even flies with lots of success.

Our customers have been very content with the different species as well as the unexpected action that a day on the water brings. The key to a good day is to have a plan and backup in case the weather changes with surprising winds or bad tides. As we near springtime, we will make more trips into Biscayne Bay and the interior Everglades as well.

Capt. Ariel Cabrera
(305) 431-6936
www.captainariel.com

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Flamingo Fishing Forecast:

Rough weather means fishing Whitewater Bay and inland. This is adventure fishing with lures to hekp locate fish. Big snook and maybe tarpon are found and caught.

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Fly fishing and light tackle in Everglades National Park (Flamingo) and south Florida. Veteran guide and boating author. Offering a No-Fish, No-Pay guarantee. Instruction and group trips, a speciality. Charter rates vary according to location and type of vessel used.

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