The month of November has been a weird one with the weather we’ve been having. It seemed like it’s was windy almost everyday due to several different cold fronts moving through South Florida. This found me fishing towards Everglades National Park (Flamingo Area) most of the month.
There are still plenty of fish on the flats to sight fish, but at times it’s been challenging with the on and off weather patterns. This is the time of year where allot of the fish in Flamingo (Everglades National Park) move up the coast and start staging in deeper creeks and motes around the islands. The bait of choice has been a shrimp tipped jig or a standard old knocker rig.
The snook bite has been great and they are ore redfish, black drum, and sheep head to play with. The larger trout have moved in as well.
Capt. Raul Montoro
Shallow Tails Guide Service