The urban canal's in and around the city continue to be tricky to navigate so watch your heads, that's the bad news. The good news is we are getting action on topwater baits like Baby Torpdoes, Zara Spooks and Chug bugs along with some sightcasting as well using Blakemore Rooster tailed jigs. The topwater bite can be anytime of the day.
In the Everglades I have had some great days fishing in the gheenoe in the isolated areas were the water does not flow over the banks into the marsh areas. Gambler Ribbon tailed worms and Flappin shads have been the best baits for my boat.
On another note the new shirts are a hit and have some deals on both the cotton and dri release shirts (they also protect you from the sun). I now have available in short sleeve as well, they are a great looking shirt! I can get them in almost any color as well but have plenty in stock in both white and gray so can get them out to you ASAP.
Pictures from the last week:
As you can see we have some great action going on this week! I hope some of you can break away from the busy schedules to enjoy some of this great stuff!!!!!!!!!!
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Message:I may be naive but what type of fish is the (orange) one? I have lived in broward county for most of my life and fished all canals but never caught anything like that in the everglades!
Message:I thinck it is a MIDAS CICHLID. there are a few videos on youtube where some south florida guys have caught them.