Sept. 11th - Sept. 17th, 2017 Fishing Report
WHAT GUESTS WERE CATCHING
After a week like last week it is hard to top, but as usual, the bonefishing remains strong. All of our anglers are catching bonefish when fishing for them. There are so many bonefish around at any given time that even if you are not a seasoned angler, you will be successful. Come join us in the bonefish fun.
The permit fishing is remaining good with several anglers being successful. Some of our beginning permit anglers have managed to land decent size Permit. Bait and flies are still working well. The typical live bait choices of shrimp and crabs, as well as fly patterns such as the Mantis shrimp, the Orvis Peterson shrimp, and crab patterns, have all created success.
The migratory tarpon season is slowing, but the resident tarpon aren’t going anywhere! One of our tarpon anglers landed a one hundred fifty pounder! The second tarpon of this size in the last two weeks. Spencer and Nate managed to jump a few tarpon while playing with the little guys in the mangroves. Lots of cool stuff to do in our fishery!
Grouper, Ladyfish, Mackerel, Snapper.
Unfortunately none were had this week.
Flies that worked:
Bonefish: Christmas Island Specials in orange and pink size 6 & 8.
Permit: Peterson Shrimp, Squimp and crabs in tan and olive.
Tarpon:Toads and bunnies, black on black, red on black, tan and olive are all great.
Thank you to everyone that comes to hang out with us. We really enjoy our new-found friends each week.
If you have any questions or would like more information, please email us at [email protected]. Happy fishing!
- Sunny with some showers. Winds: East 10-15 mph
- Air Temp:
- Highs in the high 80’s lows near 80
- Temp: 85º F.
- New moon. Sunrise 5:41 am Sunset: 5:53 pm