Tarpon Fishing has been put on hold for a few days due to the crazy weather. We Managed a few days of tarpon fishing in between the storms and blistering west winds. There are still plenty of poons around to through a fly at. We should have some good days on the horizon. As soon as the weather clears and the winds lay down. The fish should be willing to eat, having not been pressured for a while.
Night fly fishing for snook has been excellent. I have taken a few of my tarpon trips for evening sessions due to the foul weather during the day. The Snook have been stacked on the lights along with some trout, reds, ladyfish, and a few small snapper. All the fishing is in the intercoastal waterways. The fishing at night can be safe and we are never more than 100 feet from a dock or land. Night fly fishing can provide great action for both novice and experienced fly anglers.