Sunday, March 11, 2007

Florida Fishing Report Summer / Fall

Mark is one of the best captains / guides in the florida and miami area. http://www.captainmarkgiacobba.com/
Here are some quick shots of some of the fishing we had this summer and fall here in south Florida. Hope everyone is having a good winter and is able to wet a line and catch some fish. Hope to see you this winter and spring for some backcountry fishing in Everglades National Park.
Tim Daughton fly fishing buyer for Bass Pro Shops put in some overtime on a recent trip from Missouri and caught and released 8 snook on flies. Keep up the great work Tim and look forward to your next visit!
Fishing out of Flamingo in Everglades National Park Dr. Frank Boyar from Delray Beach tied up some great looking olive bunny strip flies to fool a handful of baby tarpon two of which he boated from 8 to 12 pounds. Frank also brought to the boat a nice redfish on fly as well. The redfish that day were extremely fussy but a well placed shrimp fly did the trick!
South Florida anglers Jim Durante and Alex Marinda took a midweek day off to fish out of Flamingo. Together they had a double hook up on tarpon first thing in the morning with fish in the 30 pound class on spin tackle one on a jig and the other on a plug. They both had to break each fish off when several sharks moved in on them. They also hooked up with some good action on seatrout, ladyfish, mackerel, a handful of snook and sight fished 5-6 redfish one of which Jim fooled with an orange/brown muddler style fly.
All the best
Capt. Mark Giacobba
(561) 789-2983 or from the UK 0015617892983
http://www.captainmarkgiacobba.com/
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