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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jim Hobales


2018-04-24
3:50 PM

Rod bending at it's best! - This past week was full of fish, Tarpon, Redfish, Snook, Trout, Sharks, Snappers, Pompano and Bluefish. The funny thing is most were caught everyday. The Tarpon have been really thick again and that's always where I want to be. Tarpon are work some more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2018-04-16
10:08 AM

Tarpon are Back! - The Tarpon made a good showing in the last 10 days out in the Gulf of Mexico but not all of them get their picture taken. After a fantastic Tarpon bite in February it slowed in March due to cool water Temps but now we are back on track. Lots of Jump more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2018-03-23
11:57 AM

Spring is here, hold on! - We went from a few weeks of high 80 temps in February and then winter set showed up in March. The last few weeks have been cold by Miami standards but that don't mean the fish haven't been biting. The best part of having a bit of winter is its keepin more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2018-03-09
11:28 AM

It was fun while it lasted! - Its been a very busy last few weeks, again! I am not a really fast at typing so the reports don't get written until I get days off so here we go. The last month warmed up and the Tarpon fishing down at Flamingo (Whitewater Bay) was incredible, fish more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2018-02-18
8:04 PM

Tarpon-Tarpon-Tarpon, Its on! - Its been a busy month one day in day in Biscayne Bay and then a day at Flamingo, the fishing is really starting to turn on too! One of the issues we face is water quality no matter where we fish, the areas are getting smaller and smaller, that being more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2018-01-12
5:45 PM

Cool weather bring multi spies - I am fishing Flamingo today with Dave and Nick from New Jersey and its cold! As we leave the dock water temps are 56 degrees and there's really only a few areas that produce when its this cold (East Cape Canal), so we headed that way. We got a late more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2018-01-02
11:42 AM

Happy New Year! - 010218 As of this writing its trying to become winter, we have a cold front bearing down on the state. Everything north of Miami has freeze warnings for the next few days. It not a bad thing because it what gets our season really into gear. We more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2017-12-01
10:28 AM

Mild winter bite, so far! - 112417 I am Flamingo today with Steve and his sons Sinan and Adam, Its breezy today so we ducked into the mangrove's. We pitched live shrimp on jig heads and corks and had a good morning. The first fish we caught was a black Drum which put up a nice more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2017-11-20
5:18 PM

Breezy days produce plenty of Snook! - 11-11-17 I am fishing Flamingo today with Ricky and Stan, they were supposed to fish offshore for Sailfish but it was going to be way to rough for them. Ricky asked if I would take them and I said we could find some calm weather in the back country. more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2017-10-31
6:29 PM

Snook bite is on fire! - I am fishing Flamingo with Bob and his son Ryan from California today, its only a half day trip so we half to do it quick. The morning started out slow but picked up steam quick. On our third stop the Snook a Redfish and a bunch of Trout kept them bu more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo

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