Tuesday, February 16, 2010

February Fishing

This weekend was cold and windy - but that didn't discourage my diehard anglers.  The patch reefs were on fire with mangrove, yellowtail, mutton and lane snapper.  We got a few grouper up to 7 pounds some porgies, reef sharks, hog fish and a few spanish and cero mackerel.  It was non stop action.
Yesterday was warm and sunny for a change.  The water was still cold from the weekend - but we put together a nice trout bite a few sheepshead and lots of ladyfish in the backcountry.  The gulf was good - not great for some nice size spanish mackerel a few trout and some small reef sharks.  We finished off on the patch reefs for lots of mangrove snapper, some yellowtail a few porgies, one nice hogfish and a 10 pound reef shark.
The warm weather is on it's way and with it our tarpon will follow.
Captain Steve Murray
Phone:  305 - 393 - 1641
Email:  stevemurray126@att.net
Website:  www.tarponheadquarters.com

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