I have to admit I haven't gotten out to kayak and fish as much as I would have liked to recently. Many days were brutally hot here in The Everglades over the last few weeks along with a few days of rain and storms coming through early morning. When I've been able to get out launching early and calling it about noon has been the key for fishing. Midday the bite is mostly over anyway with the very warm temperatures.
When getting out over the last couple of weeks the fishing has been very good for the most part and I've enjoyed catching many snook, some crazy young tarpon and a lone redfish that was a surprise catch as I was in a backwater area of fresh water where they wouldn't normally be.
This really is a great time of year to get out and experience this part of the Everglades. It can be fairly warm but an early start assures a more comfortable time and the fishing can be very good. Look me up if staying or coming through the area and I would love to take you out to kayak fish and show you the area.
I have people beginning to book trips for the upcoming winter season so if your planning on getting out with me to kayak fish, sooner than later is better to reserve that day. For more info please click on "Fishing Trip Details" above.
Excited Tom B from Naples with a nice size snook he caught on a top-water plug