Library Fishing Report Everglades national park

Everglades national park

From: 02/28/2019
To: 02/28/2019
Type of Water: Saltwater
Species: Tarpon, Snook - Robalo, Redfish, Spotted Seatrout, Other Species
The fishing has been on fire for almost every sport fish that swims in the park waters. It’s been about 3 weeks since the last cold front went by. The water temperatures are hot, keeping the fish very active in the shallow flats off Flamingo marina and the backwaters of the eastern part of the park, known as whitewater bay.

Backcountry Fishing

The redfish are thriving and showing up in big numbers in both shallow flats and creeks. Most fish are in the smaller side but bigger fish are starting to be caught, which evidences the rapid growth rate of these fish. There is plenty of nice snook on the flats, creeks and mangrove shorelines. We’ve been catching some really nice ones with almost every technique available, from jigs, shrimp, jerkbaits and plugs to flies. Seatrout have been View more...


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