All year: Bonefish.
February-March/July-November: Permit, bonefish, baby tarpon.
March-December: Tarpon, depending on location.
April-July: Prime time for tarpon migration. All sizes through the summer and fall months.
- Sea Trout
- Triple Tail
- Several species of Jack
Miami’s Biscayne Bay and Biscayne National Park, upper Florida Keys, and Everglades National Park.
Winter weather changes year-to-year. Expect 75-85 degrees F in December to 50-80 degrees in January and February. January is typically the coldest month of the year. Winters don’t last long and there is always something to catch, regardless of the weather.
Springtime is prime time. From March-May the weather patterns are pretty consistent with temperatures from 80-90 degrees.
Summer months of June, July, August are typically hot and humid with sunshine all day and late afternoon showers.
Rain is always on the menu at any given time of year. Living in south Florida there's a saying, "Just wait fifteen minutes and the weather will change."
September, October, November is like summer through the end of September and slightly cooler in October and November. Air temperatures can vary from mid-90s to high 70s.