Everglades Canals
Another solid week of fishing in the city canals plus the bite in the Everglades is starting to get better.

The city canal bite is mostly sightcasting, covering a lot of water. It was all fly casting the last seven days except one day and Clouser minnows produced best. Out in the Everglades, water levels are dropping. If the rains will just hold off we should start to see some great action soon. We had a good popper bite with the fly rods here as well.

Pictures from the last seven days on the water:


As you can clearly see the fly rods were rocking this past week! I have a couple of days still open at the end of April and hope some of you can join us! Call me toll free at 877-966-2275, locally at 954-966-2275 or try my cell phone at 954-609-3671.

Tight lines,
Alan Zaremba

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