Don't let the Cold Scare You!!!!
February 09, 2016 Key Biscayne 5 photos

Trip Summary

Well it has been a little chilly here in Miami lately but that has not stopped us from getting out in the water and catching some fish. We are still having no problem catching our share of porgies and snappers each time we go out and putting a few in the cooler for dinner as well. The tarpon bite is starting to pick up and when the tide is right we have had no problem hooking up and doing battle with them. Early morning or in the evening has been the best bite but we have also been catching them during the day as well. If you have never caught a tarpon before it is deffinetly something you need to experience. There's nothing like hooking into a 50 to 100lb fish and watching it jump out of the water and try to rip your arms off as you hang onto the rod trying to stop him. Deffinetly something you need to see to believe. While we are fishing for tarpon we have also been catching some nice sized barracudas, some big jacks, snook, and some sharks as well. With spring not to far away the fishing should only get better and better till summer hits us. So take advantage of the good fishing and weather and BOOK YOUR TRIP TODAY!!!!
Alex Genetau
Key-biscayne, Florida, United States
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