Why are you not fishing in the Keys right now?
Capt. Kyle O'Hearn
June 25, 2014
Sugarloaf Key - Saltwater Fishing Report
Well, its June 25, 2014. The wind has been out of the South at 5 mph which means glass calm. We also have a beautiful incoming tide in the early morning making for some exciting fishing. We also have a very low tide in the evening which also makes for some great fishing. I was out on the low low tide when most of the backcountry is land and saw some bait busting and decided to check it out. Mullet galore followed by 4 foot barracudas, 4 foot sharpose sharks and a few blacktips mixed in, medium sized tarpon checking out whats going on along with a good school of baby tarpon. Was fishing for permit most of the day and had a crab rigged up, ended up castnetting some mullet and started to chum them up. First, the Silkies or Sharpnose Sharks came, then the large barracudas, then the baby tarpon.
It was been glass calm and there are plenty of fish around. Its hot, the water rose from 84 to 89 fairly quickly so come and look for those bonefish. There are large single permit roaming around the flats right but are pretty spooky. Tarpon are also still here, just less tourists. Call today to book a trip.
Sugarloaf Key Fishing Forecast:
The forecast seems to look like a lot more of the same through the weekend. I intend to be out there thats a fact.
Permit, Tarpon, Bonefish, Sharks, Barracuda
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