The best time of year to come down and juvenile Tarpon fish here in south Florida is end of summer and early winter. The fishing in the backcountry of Flamingo really lights up with the hot temperatures. If you’d like to catch these great Tarpon on fly give us a shout.
Well I know normally this site is dedicated to Bonefish but because of the really high winds we had this week I took my clients into the backcountry for some snook and juvenile tarpon fishing. It was totally the best move because we had a ball catching fish all day long. Mostly smaller Snook and Tarpon but still a whole lot of action with the fly rod.
Captain Owen Plair had a blast catching juvenile Tarpon on fly in the backcountry waters of the Florida Everglades with Rich Smith. If you’d like to do a little tarpon fishing with us just give us a call today.
This is a short video of a couple that came down to fish with me from North Florida. Chris has been fishing his entire life for Redfish, Trout, and Snook in Florida but he’s never been able to fish for Bonefish. So I decided to take them to Miami’s Biscayne Bay to fish for some of the largest bonefish in the entire world. To learn more about Miami Bonefishing click this link.
This past May I had the opportunity to fish with Jeremy Wade. He was in town filming for the Today Show on NBC so we decided to do a little backcountry fishing in the Florida Keys. He was a really genuine guy that truly loved to fish. I look forward to his next visit which will hopefully be next year to film a full show on his television show River Monsters on Discovery Channel. To learn more about my fishing charters I invite you to visit my personal website.