S14:E2 - “Captains For Clean Water” (2019)
Daniel Andrews of Captains for Clean Water discusses the state of the Everglades.
S14:E11 - “Paddleboard Everglades” (2019)
Captains Tom & Rich try something new by using paddleboards in the Everglades to sneak up on Snook.
S14:E10 - “Yellowjacks Of Home” (2019)
Tom & Rich don't have to travel far for yellowjack & other desirable fish in the Middle Florida Keys
S14:E9 - “Blacktips By Spin And Fly” (2019)
Tom Rowland & Rich Tudor set out for a fish that always entertains: the acrobatic Blacktip Shark.
S14:E8 - “Snappers In The Mangroves” (2019)
Tom Rowland & Rich Tudor get back to the basics with a day of Snapper fishing around Florida Bay.
S14:E7 - “Ballyhoo Sprays” (2019)
Captain Tom Rowland and Captain Rich Tudor spend some time on the reefs in the Middle Florida Keys.
We met Jeff with our film entourage at the marker outside of Safety Harbor. From there, Jeff took us to a place to catch bait and baby tarpon. Soon, we had caught both and were at the Long Key Bridge catching a few more Tarpon, Yellow Jacks and Giant Jack Crevalle. (See that episode by clicking here)
March is an excellent month for fishing the Keys. The entire 150 mile chain of the Florida Keys offers the possibility for a Slam just about any month of the year if you are with the right guide. This being said, the fish can vary drastically in size from one season to another. March will give you the opportunity at very large tarpon, big bones and big permit. I believe that March is one of the best months of the year to target a Slam with really nice fish of each specie.