Great fishing in September
September 12, 2015 Key Biscayne 3 photos

Trip Summary

Well summer has come to an end and the seasons are changing, and over the next few months the fishing will only get better. This past week my time was split up between fishing in Biscayne bay and in Everglades national park. In Biscayne bay the bite was a little slow but there are plenty of other things to do and we spent most of our time collecting lobster for dinner. In the everglades its a whole different story and the bite is on, and will only get better. The bait is starting to move inshore and the fish are not to far behind looking for an easy meal. We had fun catching snook, red fish, snapper, and sharks. If you are looking for some constant fish catching action then Flamingo is the place to be right now. BOOK YOUR TRIP TODAY!!!!!!
Alex Genetau
Key-biscayne, Florida, United States
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