Triple tail and other species, on fire !
May 23, 2020 Key Largo 1 photo

Trip Summary

Greetings from the South Florida Everglades. *We are practicing structured cleaning practices to ensure our boat and equipment are safe and clean* Currently, we are on large schools of Red fish and Triple tail as well. For Red fish, we are working grass flats on the higher tides but also channels running off of the flats (on the lower tides) and are achieving great success with large schools. The most productive Triple tail action seems to be near the gulf beaches, with the largest concentrations near floating seaweed. Redfish and Tripletail both are taking to artificial baits such as shrimp imitations and paddle tails, the colors vary but lighter colors are currently working best. On a recent trip (picture attached), my clients Julio and father Julio slammed 20+ Redfish and 10+ Triple tail all on a full day charter. All in all, we are capitalizing on an epic bite at this time, we encourage you to book today as our calendar is filling up into June and July. ** Capt Armando is a Florida native and has fished the South Fl Everglades over the past 20 years. Capt runs his business with his clients best interests in mind, takes pride in customer service and thrives on teaching his clients what he has learned in his guiding career. Book with him today and fish with the Everglades most “personable” guide. See y’all on the water!
Armando Alejo
Key-largo, Florida, United States
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Great bite, Nicer weather!
Great bite, Nicer weather!
September 23, 2022
Greetings A2 fans. With a welcomed chill in the air, our best time of the year approaches! But the bite has already stepped up.. Recently we have welcomed aboard Redfish, Tripletail, and abundant Snook aboard! Such was the case on a recent trip with return customer William. On day one of a two day adventure, William and I set out from the world famous Caribbean Club in Key Largo. On this day, we set our sight on Snapper, Snook and maybe some Redfish! Our morning went off GREAT as planned, and within 15 minutes into our first stop, Williams boated his limit of Gray Snapper, keeping none, but simply enjoyed the fierce fight of these feisty dudes!! Having filled his Snapper urge, we ventured from Key Largo waters and into the Flamingo Everglades. At our second stop, we picked up quite the mixed bag; Shepshead, Snapper, Snook, Trout and others... As I waited for the tide to come in, we sight casted to a school of Tripletail, none of which were smaller 20 inches! In short order we boated four, released two, and brought two back for an amazing TT dinner later that evening (One was 12 lbs and the other 8). On our way back, and on a hunch I stopped at a spot that hadn't been good since last season. Well, on this day, and although it took a while to materialize, William and I boated a 1/2 dozen, ALL upper slot Redfish. Keeping none. Day 2 two brought us more Snook that we could count. No tripletail. And another great showing by our friends the Redfish. Book with us today! Before our open slots close. Ps. As always we offer military and first responder discounts. Also, booking multiple days will get you a nice discount as well. See y'all on the water.
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