Happy new year to all! A very difficult 2020 has finally come to an end and we are all looking forward to a better 2021.
The winter time season is in full force in south Florida and the fishing hasn’t disappointed. So far, We have had a good amount of cold weather with northerly winds dropping the water temperatures into the low 60s and 50s. This has had the bonefish, permit and tarpon out of the radar but has sent the redfish, snook, sea trout and black drum to all the traditional areas we fish for them in the Everglades this time of the year.
The redfish, snook and speckled trout are species that tolerate cold water temperatures, and therefore, are the main fly targets from December through March.
There have been a few days when the weather has been mild enough for the b View more...