The Permit Fishing in Miami’s Biscayne Bay has been phenomenal. With the strong tides that September and October brings us makes the permit fishing second to none.
The bonefishing this past week has been tough with the big water we’ve been having. The best shots at bonefish have been on the lowest stages of the tide and it hasn’t been that low. Most of the bonefish I’ve been seeing are groups of fish mudding in deeper water.
Fishing in Flamingo has been good as well with plenty of tarpon around with the high water. It is not uncommon to catch 10 to 15 tarpon within the first couple of hours in the morning. The fish are between 10 and 40 pounds and are lots of fund on fly or light tackle. The snook fishing has been good with lots of smaller fish around the flats. The high water has them spread out some and not in there usual spots. The redfish have been a little hard to sight fish, but if you find shallow water you should find the redfish.
Now is a great time to fish, book a trip and let me put you on some amazing fishing Miami’s Biscayne Bay and the Florida Everglades has to offer.