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Starting in January you can enjoy endless flats and backcountry creeks of Crystal clear water for trout and redfish. Toward the end of February big breeder snook are my favorite. The warm, fresh water of our local rivers provide sanctuary for snook to survive the cold winter. When these fish start to leave the river systems they are hungry!
Come spring time in April the cobia show up on the flats and shallow water wrecks and reefs making for some awesome drag screaming action and superb table fare. Come May it’s all about the King! Tarpon are heavy on my mind and even heavier on the line! Hooking one of these jumping giants should be on everyone’s bucket list! Let’s not forget about the Scallops! The season opens in July and stays open into September. Scalloping is a fun adventure for the entire family and is super addicting.
In August I’m on the lookout for giant schools of big redfish moving into the area. Find one of these schools and everyone in the boat will be hooked to one. The fall is hands down the best time to come fishing. There are more fish around than any other time of year. Triple digit days are almost common practice in October. The near shore shallow water grouper bite is also fantastic through the end of the year. No matter when you want to fish I will work hard and do my best to provide you with a fun day of fishing and memories that will last a lifetime.
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