Its been HOT HOT HOT!!! The weather and the fishing both. Here are just a few pics from the last couple weeks onboard the ShadowCaster. The Tarpon Migration is all but over, but as you can see here there are still some Tarpon to be had under the right conditions. No matter what the Target Species is, its all about getting out there and having fun bending the rod on some awesome Key West fish.
October Fishing has been Great so Far. We are catching some resident Tarpon in the morning. These are not the giants that migrate through in the Spring, but some of their smaller cousins. Awesome fun on light tackle. Along with these resident Tarpon we are seeing some other winter species. Barracuda, Shark, Sea Trout, lots of fun fighting Jacks too. Give Capt John a call to get Hooked Up 305.587.7669
Season is here and things are Heating Up. We’ve been fishing everyday and catching a variety. Tarpon fishing has been on the menu and we are getting our shots at the Silver King. That will only get better as the weather stays consistent moving into Spring.
Call Capt John 305.587.7669 or drop me an email here and get in on some Key West Fishing
January has been just as expected. The weather and water temps have dropped and we are having fun with the winter species. Some days are better than others and in between the cold fronts the fishing has been Great. Book online or email/call Capt John @ 305.587.7669
All the winter species are here. Even managed to sneak in a Tarpon the other day, so you just never know what the day will bring. But, one thing is for sure, we will have a great time out there catching whats biting.
After such Success with the Pathfinder 2200 we bought last year, we have decided to do it again. We now offer 2 Pathfinder 22ft BayBoats and the 17ft Maverick (the boat that started it all). Looking forward to fishing again this year with everybody.
Tarpon Season has come off to a slower start than we all expected. May, thus far, has been all about the weather. We’ve had lots of rain and heavy winds. But, there are fish out there when we can go. Late May and June are looking good. This is really the time of year that the weather should cooperate, light winds and clear skies, and that is what Tarpon like. They are very fickle fish and like to have everything just right, sorta like the fisherman does too.
So I am looking forward to some Great Tarpon fishing over the next couple months. Below are a few fish we’ve caught this past week here aboard the ShadowCaster. Give Capt John a call @ 305.587.7669 or drop me an email here.