We are "Slammin em"

 Nice Tarpon on a DOA Terrorize

Nice Tarpon on a DOA Terrorize

The fishing has been consistent and really good for the last couple months down in Everglades National Park for Tarpon, Snook, Trout and I have been finding some nice Redfish. The mornings start out throwing lures and put a live bait. I fish with adults and their kids and it works out because we cover allot of water. 

 

 Bruce and his son combined for a boat "Grand Slam".

Bruce and his son combined for a boat "Grand Slam".

The finger mullet are thick and I have been finding some pilchards. These 2 baits can really produce some great numbers. We are hooking plenty of Sharks and Tarpon on the bigger Mullet. 

The Sharks are everywhere and every once in a while we loose a great fish to and aggressive Bull Shark, its all part of the game!

 Ross and Mindy with a good Snook day

Ross and Mindy with a good Snook day

 Mindy usually catches the bigger fish, not today!

Mindy usually catches the bigger fish, not today!

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Its good but really hot and its not bothering the fish at all. The key is to know where to be when the water is moving whether its coming in our going out. Of course some spots are good early before but catching bait evens it out. 

 This is how not to take a picture of your buddies Tarpon, fingers over lens!

This is how not to take a picture of your buddies Tarpon, fingers over lens!

  Jumping Snook!

 Jumping Snook!

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The Tarpon will be around for the next few months in good numbers these aren't the monsters but fish from 10 to 100 lbs. are common. The Snook bite has been incredible. Fish from 1 lb. to really big fish have eaten lures and bait all summer long and its been fun. The Grand Slam is the ultimate back country day and we have been doing it on most trips if you would like to give it a try call me at 305 333 8149

 

Capt.Jim Hobales

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