August is for permit here in the Florida Keys. One of my favorite times of year targeting one of the best species that roam the flats of south Florida. If permit are on your target species list book some days in August with me and you’ll have your shots for sure. All summer long permit, bonefish, and tarpon are plentiful. It’s prime time to target a SLAM.
The fishing in the Florida Keys has been great! We have been having good tarpon action on both the backcountry and oceanside of The Keys. Everglades National Park & Florida Bay continue to offer up solid fishing for snook along with a few redfish. I still have a few prime July and August dates available. Come on down and experience some of the finest sight fishing in the country.
The fishing in the Florida Keys and Everglades National Park remains strong. I have been having some great tarpon fishing throughout the Gulf of Mexico and Florida Bay.
The snook have also been plentiful in the backcountry of Islamorada and Key Largo. I still have some availability in July and August. The summer fishing here in South Florida is outstanding. It is an excellent time of year to fish for a SLAM.
It’s feeling like an early spring around here in South Florida and I think the fish are feeling the same way. I’ve been having great fishing for all the desired species. Tarpon, permit, bonefish, snook, and redfish all seem to be plentiful and on the hunt.
The backcountry of Florida Bay and Everglades National Park are teeming with big tarpon and some really impressive snook both in quantity and size right now. Coupled with excellent opportunity on the Atlantic Ocean side for permit and bonefish.
I am currently still open for some dates in July and August. I can’t emphasize how good the summer fishing is here in the Florida Keys enough! Come on down and experience it for yourself!
The winter fishing here in Key Largo and Florida Bay remain strong! I’ve been on some rock solid snook fishing all over Florida Bay and Everglades National Park.
The bonefish fishing in Key Largo and Biscayne Bay has also remained strong providing great fly and light tackle fishing opportunities. The days are getting longer and warmer as we approach spring. I am eagerly anticipating another action packed March full of permit and tarpon!
We’ve been having some great winter fishing action here in South Florida! Florida Bay and Everglades National Park have been providing some great light tackle and fly fishing opportunities for tarpon, snook, and redfish. Biscayne Bay and the water surrounding Key Largo has been offering up solid bonefish and baby tarpon action.
Nothing better then 72 degrees and sunny in January! I still have availability in January, February, and March. Come on down to the sweet sunny south and enjoy some of the best sight fishing Florida has to offer!
I had some great winter time tarpon fly fishing in Everglades National Park with fellow captain and friend Nick. The weather was perfect and it had the big poon laid up in Florida Bay and eager to please. It’s always a winter’s treat to squeeze in a few more tarpon before the end of the year. I’m looking forward to a fish filled 2023 with my long time customers and the new ones I’ve yet to meet. I still have some availability in January, February, March, July and August. Give me a call and we can arrange a memorable trip to South Florida and the Florida Keys.
Capt. Brett Greco
Florida Keys Fishing Charters
Escape those cold, snowy, winter days down here in the warm sunny Florida Keys! We have plenty of species to fish for and an abundance of sunshine. With an average winter temperature in the low seventies South Florida and the Florida Keys offers the perfect tropical winter getaway.
From snook, redfish, and tarpon in the backcountry of Everglades National Park to permit and bonefish in Biscayne Bay South Florida offers the traveling angler some of the best variety to be found.
I am beginning to book my 2023 fishing schedule. There are still great dates available in January, February, March, July, and August. Come on down to South Florida and experience some of the very best flats fishing for tarpon, bonefish, permit, snook, and redfish. The Florida Keys is an excellent cold weather escape, with an average winter temperature around 75 degrees and plenty of sunshine!
The action here in South Florida has been solid! Tarpon, permit, and bonefish have all been plentiful and eager to please! These are three of the most exciting species to peruse while sight fishing in saltwater! I still have a few open dates in August. One of the best months of the year to target all three here in the Florida Keys!
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