Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Greeting once again from the "Sports Fishing Capital of the World" Islamorada and the Florida Keys. The fishing this time of the year has just been GREAT! Back in the Everglades National Park we have been catching large numbers of Red fish. On a average morning trip we are releasing 20 or more. We are also fight Bull and Lemon Sharks up to 250 Lbs. and the Spotted Sea Trout are still showing up in good numbers in the afternoon. Out in the Gulf the Spanish Mackerel bite has been hot. With Mack's up to 30" being caught. Out on the Patch Reefs were fighting Grouper, Yellow Tail, Hogfish, Mutton Snapper and more.
Last week I had a great time fishing my Anglers in the NASCAR Racers Invitational. Both my guys and I work our tails off to catch as many different fish as possible, it paid off in the end as our team took the first place honors, what a great day on the water.
As a reminder, We are starting to book for the Spring Tarpon Migration. Now is the time to make your plans to Catch Big 100 to 200 LB. Tarpon as we book up fast.
Till then, this Captain Ted Benbow asking you to "Keep it in the Shallow Grass" www.skinsandfinscharters.com 305-393-0363
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