Fishing conditions: windy.
Inshore temperature: 77 Degrees F
Offshore temperature: 79 Degrees F
Type of bait fish are feeding on: Mullet, shrimp, crabs and minnows...
Fish species: redfish/snook/tarpon/trout/bonefish others
Fishing season: fall
Nearest airport: fort lauderdale/miami international
Recommended fly fishing leader: 9 Foot Leader
Recommended fly fishing tippet: 16 Lb. Tippet
Best fly fishing rod: 9' 6 Weight Fly Rod
Best floating fly line: Saltwater All-Rounder WF Fly Line
Best sinking fly line: Clear Sink Tip Fly Line
Florida Bay, an integral part of Everglades National Park, is one of the most diverse fisheries on the planet, providing amazing saltwater fly fishing opportunities .Where else can you see tarpon, bonefish, permit, redfish and snook, on the same flat? The park's backcountry, known as "Out Back," is made up of brackish water estuaries and lakes. It hosts several mangrove varieties whose root systems provide ...
homes to saltwater game fish including snook, redfish and tarpon as well as freshwater largemouth bass. One can blind cast or sight fish along the edges of the mangroves or various mudflats found scattered throughout the Bay. The area locally known as "Out Front" located south of Flamingo, is less brackish, and thus clearer. It is home to sight fishing at its best. Thousands of wading birds comb the flats during low tide as osprey dive for mullet in the channels. It's not uncommon to see crocodile, manatee or big sharks. Tarpon - often weighing over 100 lbs, can be found "laid up," tailing, or cruising the shallow water flats. Redfish, snook and seatrout offer great sight-fishing opportunities. A "slam" (tarpon/bonefish/permit or redfish/snook/tarpon) or a "grand slam" (four species) is a distinct possibility here.
windy and cold.