long as the winds are light, we're still flying
GiantTarpon on every trip. The crowds are gone and the
fish are here for just one purpose, to feed.
those who love to throw artificial lures on bass tackle and
catch GiantTarpon, this is your time to fish. Live bait and dead
bait fishing are also techniques we frequently practice. The
fishing is often best at first light, at dusk and all night
which works great for avoiding the summer heat.
of reds are being taken in the backcountry. Live bait
fished on the points and edges of the mangroves are
getting some slot and over-slot snook the past few
weeks. Snook remain under emergency closure. The game commission
will discuss what will be of the snook closure/harvest
in their September meeting.
the feds for starting a crackdown investigation into fraudulent
claims for BP compensation money. There are fishermen entitled
and in need of this money and then, there are those who
are not. Go get em'!
live reports via our Blog
Over the years, keeping the fishing
reports updated and fresh has been challenging when you
spend your life on the water. Now, in the era of
"smart phones", we have found a way to
over-come this hurdle.
All season I have been up-loading
live reports and pictures to our Facebook site. We've
had an overwhelming response! I'll continue to use this page
to keep a general picture of the fishing easily accessible
to all. However, we strongly encourage you to join us in
being on the cutting edge.
Would you like to see the
images you see on this page the second they are taken, read live
micro fishing reports and view live video from the boat? Here is
In Facebook, you must register to
view our pages. You can become a “friend” of mine by request
We are doing random drawings for
free giveaways on my “fan” site at
You can also receive our text
micro-blogs by “following” us at www.Twitter.com/GiantTarpon
on your phone or use just the web.
Screaming Drags and Tired Arms!