Raining fish!

July 19, 2016 by Ryan Booth

Trip Info

The Catch
Black Drum
Snapper (Mangrove)
Spotted Seatrout

Just another day in Everglades national park! Got out on the water today to go searching for some fish! The bite was super hot! We started out the morning tarpon fishing and we went 3 for 7 on the tarpon we just couldn’t get the hook set on them big boys (ranging from 60-150 pounds) with this heat started to hit us I knew we had to catch them while they were here before it gets to hot and they go deeper. Then we went in search of redfish running into schools of 100-200 fish each school! We spend a majority of the day catching these reds then targeted some snook and caught a 3 in an hour. But we were tired of sight fishing and wanted to go find some snapper to fill the cooler and we went and got on a spot and live baited the creek and caught 12 nice size keeper snapper! One of my best days in the park and it won’t be my last! Pictures to come after ruining a camera

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