Fishing has started to get phenomenal here in the Louisina marsh! We have passed a couple smaller cold fronts and has dropped the water temps along with the water levels and the bigger fish have started to swim shallow! I am not in the Everglades from Oct-Jan but if you are looking for a Naples fly fishing guide some of my good guide buddies stayed back this season and have open dates. I urge all my clients or any anglers to come see this amazing fishery for theirselves. It is a weather driven fishery and I have a plan b weather plans if needed but there is no place I would rather be on a decent day in the fall or winter. These giant redfish turn people inside out and leave them amazed at a fish that swims and eats with reckless abandonment- truly a site to see in shallow water! I am booked up for the remainder of this season but taking bookings for next season and they are rolling in quick after people trip here. It is a very unique place to visit and Cajun country is very charming and simple. The estuary should be a National park it is so filled with all kinds of fish and wildlife and the fishing is assessable to anglers if all skill levels and fly or spin fishing alike. I will be back in FL after the winter and if you are looking for a Naples fly fishing charter give me a shout and we will get out in the water for some action. Thanks and have fun!