Everyone Tarpon season is coming up soon so if you want to get in on all the Miami Tarpon Fishing action you need to call soon. My long time clients are booking their dates now so call today.
Here’s Rich Smith holding a really nice Stone Crab claw he caught in one of his traps in the Florida Keys. Captain Rich Smith is a full time fishing guide from Miami. He specializes in the inshore flats fishing waters of Miami to Key West. Call us today to book your trip.
Here’s Salvatore from New York fishing with his wife in Flamingo. Sal caught this nice Redfish while using a live shrimp in the backcountry. If your interested in a charter fishing trip with us please give us a call today. Thanks for visiting our Miami Fishing blog.
Here’s her very first Redfish that was caught last week in Flamingo. Her trip fishing out of the backcountry with her husband was a trip of a lifetime. They caught a bunch of Snook, Redfish, and even one Tarpon right at the end of the day.
Here’s Captain Rich Smith measuring a Stone Crab claw that was caught in one of his traps near his home in the keys. This is a very fun activity to do here in the Florida Keys. Every year October marks the start of Stone Crab Season. About every 10 days Rich likes to pull his traps normally after a Fishing Charter because his boat will be in the water. If you’d like to learn more about this fun time on the water please give us a shout.
Here’s the Taranto family holding a really nice “Rat Red” they caught last week. The fishing trip was out of Flamingo which is located inside the boundaries of Everglades National Park. This location is great all year long for Snook, Tarpon, and Redfish which we got into throughout the trip in different locations.
Here’s Gustavo laying back while waiting to go Snook fishing in the backcountry. This area just west of Miami is great for this type of fishing. These Miami fishing charters can include 1-3 anglers per trip and can last 4 to 8 hours long depending on your schedule. To learn more visit our website.