He everyone call today to book your Miami Tarpon Fishing trip for next year as soon as you can. Currently my regular guys are blocking off their dates for Tarpon Season so if you would like to get in on the action with us you better call today.
Here’s Captain Rich Smith fishing guide from Miami, Florida. He’s been fishing the local waters of South Florida for over 20 years specializing on the inshore waters from Miami to Key West including the Everglades. Call us today to book your trip with Capt. Rich Smith.
Here’s Sal holding his first Flamingo Redfish he caught while charter fishing with us last week. The fish was caught in the Florida Everglades which is just west of Miami. It’s a really great experience if your ever in the South Florida area.
This is a recent trip fishing for Redfish and Snook in the backountry near Flamingo. We had a ball doing the “Around The World Tour” which is what we like to call it when launching on the front side ramp of Flamingo and then returning to the backside ramp of whitewater bay. This is a special fish for here because it was her very first Redfish.
Here’s Capt. Rich measuring a Stone Crab claw before he pulls one from the crab. One of the really fun things to do here in the keys is Stone Crabbin’ which he often likes to do once a week after a fishing charter. It’s best to leave the traps soaking for a period of about 10 days before you pull them so they get full of crabs.
Here’s a nice little Redfish that was caught on a fishing trip with us last week. The couple came down from up north to explore the backcountry waters of the Florida Everglades. On this trip we caught Snook, Tarpon, and Redfish and were also able to see a ton of wild birds, Manatees, and Dolphins.
This shot was taken last week while on one of our Miami Fishing Charters. It’s in a location called Flamingo which is just west of Miami inside Everglades National Park. Believe it or not this area is one of the best fishing destinations in the entire United States. Visitors can expect to catch Snook, Tarpon, Redfish, Trout, Grouper, and even Sharks. Not to mention be able to see migrating birds, Alligators, Crocodiles, Dolphins, and even Manatees.