The month of November has been one of the coldest and windiest months I’ve seen in a while. This has maid bone-fishing a little challenging. When there is an inconsistent pattern in water temperatures, bonefish veer off their regular patterns and often times seek for deeper water.
Out of the 20 trips I did in November I only bone-fished three times. Two out of the three times the conditions were not in our favor. One day did pan out and the weather was just warm enough to get the bonefish moving again. We managed a couple of nice Biscayne Bay bonefish and one of them being a nice 10# trophy.
Most of the Month I’ve been fishing out of Flamingo Everglades National Park and the fishing has been very consistent with some days better then others. There has been plenty of redfish, black drum, sea trout and snook around.
December is looking great and I still have some space available for booking. Give me a call if you want to do some fishing.
Capt. Raul Montoro
Shallow Tails Guide Service