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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jim Hobales


2022-03-24
9:16 AM

Spring has Sprong in the Saltwater side of Everglades! - Flamingo- Spring has come and the fish are responding to the great conditions. The bite has been good even with winds up around 25 mph. Tarpon both big and small have been hooked, lots of Snook, Goliath Groupers and Sharks if you want them or not more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2022-02-25
10:56 AM

Spring is Coming - February 25, 2022 It's actually winter but looking like spring already. Things are starting to happen in the back country. The water has been in the upper 70's for a while now. It's pretty good but I think it' s going to catch fire soon. We are c more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2022-01-06
10:05 AM

Happy 2022 New Year - 2022 is here, and so are the big Tarpon. I wish everyone a great New Year and to stay healthy. The Tarpon showed up a couple weeks before Christmas and the big females came to play. I hope it as crazy as last year because they were everywhere in more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2021-12-15
11:06 AM

It's Tarpon time! - November started out with a few early cold fronts which was nice. This means we have a chance at having an actual winter. I have been fishing all over Biscayne Bay, Key Largo and Everglades National Park, that's what is good about the fall. There are more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2021-10-20
9:49 AM

Action Packed Fishing! - This is a fun time of year in South Biscayne Bay. While we are waiting for the Mullet run to happen the Pilchards show up. This make targeting Mutton Snappers easy and fun, We also catch the tough fighting and great Sushi grade Yellow Jack. T more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2021-09-28
10:17 AM

It's that time of year, Mullet Run! - 9-24-21 This past week I fished with Ross and Craig, we were out for Tarpon. We started out on some Snook to get warmed up. Once we caught a bunch of Snook we made the move and looked for Tarpon. We found them off the coast and put out 2 live pin more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2021-09-16
11:20 AM

Fl. Bay or S. Biscayne Bay - The weather has been incredible for the last few weeks giving me the chance to fish a bunch of different areas. Flamingo as usual has been Red Hot. I took my good friend Doc and his kids Briana and D.J. to Flamingo. They had never been there or f more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2021-08-12
9:01 AM

Get them early, Flamingo is Hot! - Its mid summer and its really hot, but the Snook are biting. There are loads of 20-30 inch Snook just about everywhere I'm fishing. The Tarpon have been cooperating as well, these 2 species usually bite well early in the morning. There are plenty of more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2021-04-01
10:26 AM

Everything is Biting! - Fishing is good in general in Everglades National Park, but the winds has made it tougher. Most days when we get out early before wind starts to blow we have a good chance at Tarpon. We are throwing lures and using bait, the Sharks really like the ba more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo


2021-03-17
10:24 AM

Kids and Lady's catch "em up! - The weather has been breezy the last few days but we have kept the rods bent. All anglers pictured were first timers to Flamingo. Lots of small Snook and some slot Redfish. Tarpon were really tough in the windy conditions. Pilchards showed up and more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Flamingo

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