Tag: Naples tarpon fishing guide

Fly Fishing Naples

With this cold front upon us we have switched gears to fly fishing the backcountry for snook, bass and smaller tarpon. It has been great days in the Everglades as well as ten-thousand islands with a mixed bag of fish, some Tarpon still showing or biting on the tide swing. I love this time of Read More

Early season cold front

Most saltwater anglers scratch their heads when the cold front comes through and everything that was happening starts to stop, thats what I pride myself in; finding my clients quality fishing opportunities in even the worst of fronts. Snook, Tarpon and Bass are very predictable in The Everglades. Thats why you hire me as your Read More

Early Migration

Looking for a Naples fly fishing guide? Its going to be an early migration this year which is great news for The Everglades and Boca Grande. Migratory tarpon are thick in the everglades currently and going to get better and better, May and June with be great for a fly fishing trip in the Everglades Read More

Tarpon Season

These next two months Im a crazed tarpon guide chasing  these giants, I am in full on Tarpon mode at this point with still fishing for snook when the opportunities arise. I pick up at Chokoloskee Island and have lodging options available for traveling guest. The Everglades in March and April are worth planning a Read More

Juvenile Tarpon

Fly fishing the Everglades for baby tarpon can be a blast and very productive in the cooler months when the big ones are not showing. Gurglers and sub surface flies are very productive! Canoes are very productive as well taking it into the backcountry and getting into some real shallow spots some never reach for Read More

Everglades December Fly Fishing

December has been unseasonably warm which has these monster snook confused and just seem to be everywhere we look and big boys too! Have had some great moon tides that have turned our water gin clear, with small cold front approaching the water will be highly visible for low water wade fishing or higher tide Read More