Another great Tuesday is Everglades National Park for Scott! Started out the morning poling the edges of flats waiting for the water to start rushing in with the Tide and man did it work-out for us! Right off the back the redfish were hungry! All fish were just sitting still on the edges of holes just waiting for something to swim by. After catching a few reds on the incoming we switched our gears to fishing pot holes on the flats for snook and they were just as Happy! For the day we caught lots of redfish and snook and few trout and pulled the hook a few times on tailing black drum! This is my favorite time of year for poling the flats or live baiting creeks and runoffs! Lets get out on the water!
Danny and Pedro got it done on artificial today in the wind! Started out the morning poling the flats. Before I could jump up on the poling platform Pedro was hooked up with a Redfish. Right then I knew it was going to be a good day. We had the right wind that was helping clear the dirty water on the flats which is partly due to the west wind we had the day before and for the lack of grass beds that died off that are not there to help clean the water. So the water was fairly clear the entire time. We saw countless amounts of big Snook and Redfish blowing out of pockets. The boys started seeing the fish before they blew out and when they did they hooked up every time. We only poled for a few hours before we decided to go see more of Everglades National Park. We cam across some nice Snook. We caught a few and broke off a few. Found a few laid up tarpon but they were more interested in blowing up Tarpon and the wind picked up at that time which made the fish want to sit lower in the water column. In all we had a great day on the water and the guys look forward to fishing again real soon! The fishing will continue to get better as we get more into spring and closer to summer! I can not wait to see what the next 5-7 months bring to us! Still have a few dates open for the end of April so give me a call and lets get out there whether its bait, artificial or fly. Tight Lines!
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