GUIDED KAYAK FISHING TRIPS

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Snook Season


Everything is finally coming together. There have been nice cool mornings over the last few days with warmer afternoons. The next couple of months should be ideal conditions for fishing especially for larger snook and juvenile tarpon in many of the backcountry areas, There are never no guarantees but seeing and catching some nice fish recently are very good signs for the foreseeable future. Even though the fishing can be great, when we get into June the daily rains typically begin and temperatures will soar so now is a good time to kayak fish this area of The Everglades.
For those that have been following some of the devastation of the waters and the fishery from the state government dumping polluted water out of Lake Okeechobee, it hasn't had any effect on this area of the state (yet). For those uninformed about this disaster and other concerns about how the state is trying to cover up the water problems please check out this site: Bullsugar.org   

    



5 comments:

  1. Wow ! What a Fish you have caught. Your writing way is impressive. I think you have enjoyed a beautiful moments . I want such more informative posts. Thanks a lot for sharing.

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  2. Yes state has been working hard to make that area water nice and fresh. June is coming and I'm preparing myself to enjoy catching fish on that lake.

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  3. Are you using a sonar unit on your kayak? I wonder if a fishfinder is useful in the murky waters of the Everglades.

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  4. Snook have been known to strike and consume just about any kind of bait you can imagine. From oversized minnows to sea cat's, snook are not particularly over-finicky eaters, yet there are certain baits that are like surf and turf for the ambitious predators. kayak.

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