Monday, November 28, 2011

Spanish Mackerel starting to heat up

Greeting once again from the "Sportsfishing Capital of the World" Islamorada, Key Largo and the Florida Keys fishing. Well the waters out in the Gulf have cooled down a bit and the Spanish Mackerel run has really started to heat up, an average four hour Charter nets up to 30 of these great fighting fish. There  fish provide great action for the whole family! On the Backcountry Everglades trips we are still catching good numbers of Redfish and some Snook. Captain Donnie and I have been spending some father son time looking for Bonefish up on the flats, Donnies is real good at it and it is a rare treat for me to be the Angler for a change. Reminder: The spring Tarpon migration is on my Anglers minds and Captain Donnie and I are starting to fill our spring calendar up with trips to go after Monster Tarpon, now is the time to start planning your dream trip after these greatest inshore Sport fish there is!!.
Well that is what's been going on here in the Florida Keys. Want to get out on the water, give me a call or check out up dated daily photo's on my  Till then this Captain Ted Benbow asking you to "Keep it in the Shallow Grass" 305-393-0363