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South Region

The South Region includes Miami-Dade and Monroe counties, all they way down to the Florida Keys.

Flamingo, Everglades National Park Backcountry
11/30/16 10:28 AM
RisingTideCharters

We have definitely received our fair share of rain in the Everglades over the last week or so. With having so much rain, in my opinion, keeps the tarpon around. There has been some tarpon when the tides are favorable on the Gulf Coast and also some fish in the interior of the Glades. With a huge amount of rain fall over the last few days, the baby tarpon fishing should really take off. It has been ...full report


Islamorada Florida Keys Whale Harbor
12/12/15 10:19 AM
Sea Horse

Mahi Mahi are still caught daily. Black Fin Tunas We have been catching lots of bottom fish also. Yellow eye and Vermillion snappers have been cooperating most everyday. Back to the Mahi fishing. Most of the Mahi are larger than normal and they have been migrating through the area in small schools. ...full report


Get Em’ Early Or Get Em’ Late!
07/25/14 4:18 PM
Nomad

Now that the fireworks have come and gone it’s time to get out and do some fishing. Since the last I’ve done several trips in between family vacations. Unfortunately, it seemed to rain for almost two weeks straight when I returned forcing me to reschedule some trips. A few days ago that all changed and we have now settled into our typical summer pattern and fishing again. On my last trip ...full report


Key Biscayne
03/29/14 1:48 PM
Nomad

If you compare this year to previous years then January and February were a disappointment. March on the other hand has been fabulous especially for those pursuing spindle beaks a.k.a. sailfish. Over the last couple of weeks the action has been excellent for one of the most popular game fish targeted off the south Florida coast. Conditions have been very favorable and winds have ranged from very ...full report


Miami
03/03/14 7:48 PM
Nomad

Down here in sunny South Florida we often complain about are fishing not being as good as we’d like. The reality is that we’re actually a little bit spoiled. While the rest of the country is dealing with sub zero temps, icy roads, and blizzard like conditions I’m sitting here writing this report in a comfortable 75 degrees and clear skies. Yes, the fishing hasn’t been red hot but boy has ...full report


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Atlantic Ocean
09/15/12 11:23 AM
budnmarys

Well everything seemed to settle down after the minimal tropical storm we encountered last week. The weather has been been very good, with moderate to light winds in the 5 to 12 knot range for the most part. The Mahi bite has still been fair the past few days. If you find the right piece of debris (which holds bait and keeps the mahi around), your day can be made, which happened on the Catch 22 a few ...full report


Everglades
10/21/11 1:59 AM
budnmarys

Islamorada fishing has been pretty good this October with ideal conditions for several different species! A few of the days we've had some rain and overcast skies which has been great for Bonefish on the ocean side flats. Big schools of fish pushing through, and some large ones. Sight fishing is not very easy, but stake-up fishing is something you can do with the high water and glare to catch ...full report


Florida Keys Backcountry
08/03/11 11:22 AM
budnmarys

It's not all about the lobster mini-season this week down here, we have Florida Keys fishing! I fished a full day in the backcountry on 7/28/11 and had a wonderful time. The wind was howling almost 20 knots most the day - very unusual for July! Though it kept the heat & sweat down for the most part, which was a welcome change. With thousands of people in the water snorkeling and diving looking ...full report


Everglades 4/3/2011
04/05/11 11:47 PM
budnmarys

I had the pleasure of fishing former catcher of the Atlanta Braves, Greg Olsen and family Robbie & Racheal, last Sunday. It was a beautiful day, started out fairly calm with a light breeze and flat water. We ran in the backcountry and fished a bay area catching a mix of Ladyfish, Trout, Snapper, and a few small Sharks. We anchored up for a bit and netted some Ballyhoo for some bigger ladies and ...full report


Everglades
03/08/11 2:23 AM
budnmarys

I fished Jim & Gwen Johnson today for a great day fishing in Islamorada. They fished with me last winter when it was very cold so thought they'd give it a try in the spring when it was warmer!!! We ran 18 or so miles into the everglades national park and fished some channels back there, catching plenty of Trout, Ladyfish, Jacks, and of course Catfish! Good action pretty much non-stop! They stayed ...full report


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