Everglades National Park Report.

October 10, 2018 by Matt Bellinger

Trip Info

Summary

  The Fall fishing has been good off to a good start. The waters of the Everglades and Florida Bay are staring to cool down and fishing has been consistent lately.
  We have been on a good Snook bite using live Pinfish in the island motes. Mixed with these Snook you’ll find Redfish and Sea Trout. There have been small Tarpon in the 10-20 pound range from time to time. 
  Fall means that we will soon see Spanish Mackerel moving into the Western border area of the Park and Gulf waters. These fish will set up camp until mid April and are a blast on 10 pound spin gear. Later this year Cobia will move into the same waters along with Lane snapper, Pompano and plenty of Blacktip sharks.
 

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Bamboo Charters runs year-round fishing trips out of Islamorada. You will be exploring the flats, backcountry waters and inshore waterways, scouting around for Tarpon, Redfish, Trout, Sharks, Cobia, Mackerel. The crew is there to accommodate to anglers of