We have been blessed with spectacular weather in Miami thus far with very few cold fronts moving through. We did have the coldest Christmas week in ten years with air temps in the mid 40’s. It was actually nice to experience a cold Christmas for Miami standards.
Our fishing has consisted of bone fishing and permit fishing on the flats of Biscayne Bay, as well as chasing snook and red fish in the Everglades. Our coolest months our upon us now, with water temps starting to cool off and changing patterns on how our fish move.
Cooler water temperatures will move fish into deeper water and this will change how we target specific species. For example: Bonefish will feel more comfortable in two-four feet of water verses ten inches-a foot of water.
Snook and redfish will hold in deeper creeks and ditches around islands, so changing your approach on how to target our inshore species will make for a more productive day.
We are booking trips for January-March and July-Septmeber. At this time April-June is already booked up for prime time tarpon season. If you looking for dates, give us a call anytime so we can go over availability.
Capt. Raul Montoro