Miami Fishing Reports

Snook Fishing Charters in Flamingo

Published March 17th, 2012

Snook Fishing in Flamingo

We left the ramp pretty early and headed west to Flamingo. We had to do some searching for clean water because the past few weeks of wind had things pretty murky. We finally got away from the chocolate milk buy hiding from the wind and went to work. We threw an assortment of lures but as usual, the homemade bucktails produced the most. We had pretty solid action and put together a mixed bag in no time. The biggest snook ate a shrimp tail on a jig head.


More Snook


Nice Snook

Big Trout

It was blowing pretty hard the whole time and it was pretty warm. The action and weather should continue to heat up during the coming months. Monster snook are on the prowl during the warmest months of the year, making sight fishing possible, and lunker snook incredibly likely to bite. Landing a beast on light tackle is something you're not soon to forget on one of our snook fishing charters in Flamingo. Final Tally- 14 Snook to 29 inches, 9 trout to 24 inches, 6 redfish to 20 inches, and a few spanish mackerel, black drum, jacks, and ladyfish

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