Winter is in the air here in the Keys, which to most would not feel anything like winter. The fall fishing is starting to show signs of the winter time patterns.
Flats fishing the gin clear waters of the Florida Keys offers some of the most diverse inshore fishing opportunities on the planet. From weary tailing permit and bonefish on the flats, to mega schools of migrating tarpon, to backcountry redfish and snook, the Florida Keys has something for everyone. Come experience shallow water sport fishing at it’s finest.
I am located in the heart of the Florida Keys in Marathon. Marathon is a great fit for me because it is centrally located for me to fish all over the Keys. It’s location opens up more fishing opportunities in the ever changing weather conditions down here. From Everglades National Park to the Marquesas, I like to fish all of it. Options are always a good thing to have here in the islands.
I specialize in fly fishing and light tackle sight fishing here in the Keys. Sight fishing is extremely challenging, and can be extremely rewarding. We sight fish here for just about everything. From tarpon, bonefish and permit, to sharks and barracudas. The clear water here in the Keys makes it a great place for sight casting with a fly rod or a spinning outfit. Custom trips are available. Let me plan your dream fishing vacation for you and the species you wish to target.
Fishing for bonefish in the Keys was my first ever flats fishing experience. I instantly fell in love with all of it. The hunt, stalking the fish, the peacefulness of the flats, and getting to see nature up close and personal.
Tarpon fishing in the Florida Keys is some of the most exciting inshore fishing on the planet. Watching a tarpon blast a fly or a live mullet is incredible. They have nothing but bad intentions on the strike.
Fishing for permit in the Florida Keys is hands down my favorite thing to do. Permit are an extremely worthy opponent, and, they don’t make mistakes that often.
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Winter time in the Keys can bring be our most unstable weather patterns of the entire. year. North winds and cold fronts plague our flats leaving them a baron wasteland, except for a few toothy critters.
The best topwater popper video I have ever seen. Make sure to check out Capt David Mangum of www.shallowwaterexpeditions.com and Capt Greg Dini of www.flywaterexpeditions.com