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Winter provides some of the clearest water of the year. Lots of sight fishing . Redfish and snook fishing are excellent. Most of the fish are located deep in the back country. A well presented fly or artificial is required, and is often rewarded.
The tarpon have begun their migration and moved into the warmer back country bays. With temperatures warming, snook, redfish and tarpon are all good sight fishing targets. Snook and redfish start to move into extremely shallow water this time of year offering fly rod fishermen great targets.
This is peak tarpon time from the coast all the way to the back country. Tarpon abound and can be found laid up and cruising, readily taking flies and artificials. A great time to target big snook from the back creeks all the way to the beaches.
With plenty of big rolling tarpon in the rivers and along the coast, small tarpon
fishing can also be epic this time of year. Tarpon 5-
Often known for the best fishing for reds of the year. Redfish pile up in schools along the coast attacking anything that moves. The snook and tarpon fishing are still excellent. The surface fly fishing is tremendous this time of year.
The first few cold fronts have come though meaning slightly cooler conditions but hot fishing. The rains of the summer have subsided and there is plenty of bait around. An excellent time of year to fish no matter what species you’re after.