Here’s Rob holding a really nice Everglades Backcountry Snook. This fish ate a Mirrorlure Softplastic bait rigged weedless. These new White colored baits have been working really well over the last few weeks. To learn more about Snook Fishing Click Here.
Here’s Capt. Rich standing next to John who’s holding a baby Tarpon caught on fly last week. He had a blast catching these guys all day long for 3 straight days. They also caught a whole mess of small snook on the fly as well. End of summer and into the winter is great for this sort of fishing in South Florida.
Here’s Doug holding a nice smaller snook he caught while fishing with his buddy John on a fishing charter with Capt. Rich. Snook are very plentiful in the backcountry waters of the Everglades. They can be found in fresh and saltwater in this area.
Here’s Chris T. holding his very first Bonefish. This fish was about 10 lbs. and ate a live shrimp while fishing in the southern part of Biscayne Bay. Bonefish are very prized here in Miami because the bay is home to some of the largest in the world. They will eat live shrimp, crabs, and even fly fishing flies for the more experienced anglers.
Here’s Matt posing for his wife holding a really nice Barracuda he caught while fishing with us in Miami. This fish ate a lure called the Glass Ghost Rapala X-Rap. Catching Barracuda’s on lures is a whole lot of fun for all levels of fisherman because you can catch a lot of them and even compete with one another all fishing at the same time.
South Carolina fishing guide Captain Owen Plair came down to South Florida to fish with Captain Rich earlier this year. Goal in mind was Tarpon on Fly. We ventured into the deepest backcountry waters of Flamingo and found a whole bunch of baby tarpon eager to eat flies. To book your trip today click here.
Earlier this year I had the honor of fishing with a couple of television personalities in Islamorada. Jeremy Wade from Discovery Channels popular River Monsters show came down with the Today Show. We did a little segment fishing in the backcountry waters of the Everglades which is just west of Miami. Click Here