Septiembre 01, 2021 Key Biscayne 10 fotos

Trip Summary

We have had spectacular fishing these past few weeks. Too many photos to share but little time. We had anglers from all over the world wanting to catch some of SE Florida's favorite game fish and sure they left with a smile on their faces. September and October are two of my favorite months to fish the Upper Keys (Biscayne Bay, Key Largo, Everglades National Park). Water is clear with many windless days and fish are happy. We fished anything from top water lures, live bait (sardines, shrimp, crabs) to flies. In Biscayne bay the action was almost non stop except during slack tide but the tidal range is so diverse in this intricate maze of keys (islands), bays, coves and flats that just moving a few hundred yards we can always find moving water (active tides). List of fish included tarpon, snook, bonefish, jacks, redfish, mutton snapper, grouper, sharks, barracuda, and more. We are now expecting the mullet run to swing by our coast and the fishing will be on fire.
Martin Carranza
Key-biscayne, Florida, United States
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Captain Martin Carranza has been fly fishing all his life, from his early days chasing big Trout in Patagonia, Argentina, to the productive grass flats of South Florida, which he’s been fishing since 2001. These days, Capt. Martin specializes in put...

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