Monday, September 17, 2012

The Everglades Experience

 I can't believe it's the middle of September already. The changes are apparent with the temperatures dropping with much more mild conditions. The fishing remains to be very good and although I haven't kayak fished a heck of a lot in the last week or so the reports are almost staggering with many larger fish being caught, especially snook. 

It's that time of year when I start getting more inquires and begin to book many of my guided trips for the upcoming winter season. If your having any thoughts about doing a kayak fishing trip down here (especially first timers to the area) in the Everglades now would be the time to contact me.
As the sport of kayak fishing has become much more popular there seem to be a lot of "new" kayak fishing guides popping up all over Florida. There are some good experienced guides out there and with the right credentials. If your planning to kayak fish with a guide in other parts of Florida feel free to contact me and I would be happy to give you a referral.

As you know I am partial to the Everglades area of Florida where I guide and spend most of my time kayaking and fishing. The wilderness is overwhelming. The Everglades is the only place like it in the world. If you haven't experienced the Everglades this area should be on your bucket list to see (and fish).

 For more information on the trips that I offer please click on "Trip Details" in the upper right hand corner of this page.

Roadside Tarpon
Reddish Egret

Spooky Spoonbills