Library Fishing Report Everglades national park

Everglades national park

From: 08/01/2019
To: 09/25/2019
Type of Water: Saltwater
Species: Tarpon, Snook - Robalo, Redfish, Sharks, Spotted Seatrout, Other Species
Everglades August-September report

The fishing in the park continues to thrive with consistent catches, keeping my anglers very busy. Snook fishing still is as good as it gets, with plenty of fish around every trip. We've been poling in very shallow water, sightfishing with the fly rod and throwing soft plastics on spin with great success.

After 4 or 5 years of tough redfishing, the fish are back on the flats in good quantities. The small reds still outnumber the big ones, but they are growing at a fast rate. We still don't have the big schools we used to see on the flats 7 years ago but we are on our way to see that very soon.

The baby tarpon have been plentiful, actively hitting flies and lures near island moats and grass flats. Sea trout, tripletail and sharks have all been jo View more...

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