Friday, June 27, 2014
Islamorada fishing report-Skins and Fins Charters and Guides.
The Deepsea fishing for dolphin, yellowtail, grouper and snappers has been very good for since the stare of the summer.
Up in the shallow flats it's been bonefish, permit, small tarpon and sharks.
In the backcountry of the Everglades. Sea trout, snappers and sharks.
Want to give it a try? Give us a call 3053930363
Thursday, June 26, 2014
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We post fishing photos from daily charters and info on what's biting.
Friday, June 20, 2014
Islamorada fishing report. The dolphin Mahi Mahi are showing up in large numbers in Islamorada in the Florida Keys. From the world famous fishing dock Bud and Mary's to Key West the charter fishing captains have been reporting large racks of fish being caught.
Want to get set up with the right fishing charter please give us a call. 3053930363 till the "Keep it in the shallow grass"
Capt Ted Benbow
Skins and Fins Charters and Guides
Thursday, June 19, 2014
Islamorada fishing charters and guides. This is the fishing report if the father and son team of Skins and fins Charters and guides. Captain Ted And Donnie Benbow.
The small tarpon, snook and redfish are starting to make there summer showing in the flats and backcountry of Islamorada in the Florida Keys.
Also in the Everglades the larger sharks are showing up too. Up on the flats, bigger snook, some redfish and permit aswell. Want to book a charter in Islamorada? Give us a call 305393036 Or just go to our website www.skinsandfinscharters.com
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Islamorada Fishing Charters Report-Skins and Fins Charters and Guides
In the summer months in Islamorada and the Florida Keys we fish a lot of family fun charters. On these type of trips we make it all about action. Big Jacks, sharks, snappers and spotted sea trout provides great family fishing action. When you have a young angler catch a big shark, they will never forget it! Want to book a trip? Give Capt Ted and Donnie Benbow a call 3053930363 or go to our site www.skinsandfinscharters.com
Monday, June 16, 2014
Islamorada Fishing Report-Skins and Fins Charters and Guides
Now that the spring has come to a end and the summer heat is her, the smaller tarpon are moving into the backcountry of the Everglades. This tarpon was caught on light tackle by Captain Donnie Benbow on his 23rd birthday. Using pilchard around the tree, Capt Donnie treated his customers of a nice day of Resfish, snook and small tarpon. If you want to book captain Donnie is number is 3053930363 www.skinsandfinscharters.com
Saturday, June 14, 2014
Islamorada Fishing Charters and Guides-Skins and Fins Charters.
Well the Dolphin are here! All the charter boats from Bud and Mary's to Holiday Isle Marine have been reporting a nice bite of dolphin. This is the busy time of the year for offshore charter fishing, so if you are looking to go please give me a call and I will set you up with the right fishing charters. Captain Ted Benbow 3053930363 www.skinsandfinscharters.com
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Islamorada fishing Report-Skins and Fins Charters.
This past week has been a crazy one for the Captains that shark fish here in Islamorada. Fist my old buddy Capt Ronnie Brack had his arm broken while releasing a big shark. Then last night while Tarpon fishing my customers go a big shark to the boat. When it tried to get the hook out of the big shark it's tail came around with great force and smashed my elbow and forarm. I thought it was broke. Then the other day Capt Donnie Benbow had a spinner shark that he was releasing jump at him and shredded his fingers. I hope this isn't a sign of things to come!
Monday, June 9, 2014
Islamorada Fishing and Guides-Skins and Fins Charters and Guides. Well the tarpon bite is still good in the late evening and early mornings of the bridges off Islamorada. The epic silver king is also in the backwaters of the Everglades and with continue through the summer. Seen here in the photo is a tarpon that my customer posed for this past weekend. Up on the shallow flats it's still later up tarpo, big snook and redfish. Well that's what is going on the way I see it. Till next time this is Capt Ted Benboe asking you to "keep it in the shallow grass"