Florida Keys Backcountry Fishing

January 17, 2019

 

Over the last 4 days I've been crushing the snook and redfish! Not only that, but the trout are really starting to pack on their spring time weight as well. I haven't been catching huge numbers of trout, but the ones coming boat-side have been lunkers! This would be the perfect time of year to bring the family down to Islamorada and get on constant action. One day we must've caught 40 snook and over 100 redfish! I don't know the exact numbers because we lost count early on in the morning.

 

Depending on the tide and the weather I've been starting my day a little later between 8 and 9am rather than our usual 7am departure because it has been a little chilly for us warm weather Floridians and the water needs a few hours to warm up before the fish are heavy chewin'. On our calmer days the tripletail and cobia fishing has been stellar as well. The wind needs to be variable to fish for tripletail and cobia effectively, but when the sun comes out and that wind dies out, there's the possibility memories of a lifetime will be made.

 

Thanks for reading and feel free to call, text, or email me if you'd like to book a charter! Also, check out my Instagram @fishybusiness_charters for live feed and constantly updated content to see what fishing in the Florida Keys has been like lately! 

 

Tight Lines,

 

Capt. Drew Nobregas    

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