I get a lot of people that ask me “what do you like to do when your not guiding?”. Most people think that since I am a full time fishing guide, the last thing I want to do is fish.
For some guides/captains yes, but for me and a handful of others, all we can think about is going fishing on our days off. It’s a great way for us to get in on the action on the pointy end of the boat. It’s also a great way to stay on top of the fish and know how they are acting for upcoming charters.
I made a short video of a day off with fellow Mosquito Lagoon guide Capt. Billy Rotne….enjoy!
Fishing in the Central East region of Florida during the month of November, you can expect some cold fronts beginning to move in, drier air, windier days, and schooled up fish. The water in the Lagoons are starting to clear up and water level is still pretty high as of now. With the water being so high, it gives fish a chance to spread out and seek refuge further back in hard to reach places like small creeks and way back in the mangroves. Take your time looking for these fish quietly either with a trolling motor or even better, the good ol’ push pole. Don’t be “that guy” that burns fishable flats and shorelines on full plane looking to bump up fish, you will just tear up the grass and put more pressure on fish that you are trying to catch. Stealth is the most efficient way to catch fish.
This time of year, redfish and sea trout are starting to focus more on crustaceans like shrimp and crabs, but if baitfish are present they will still munch on them. This is when I use smaller soft plastic lures and flies when sight fishing. The D.O.A. 3″ Shrimp is a highly effective lure around this time along with any small shadtails rigged weedless like a D.O.A. 3″ CAL. Since the water is cleaner, I like to use more natural colors and nothing too flashy.
Here is a photo of a redfish cruising along a shallow bank looking for small crabs and shrimp, you can expect to see a lot of this when water levels are high.
In the beginning of the month when baitfish were more plentiful, topwater lures such as the “Top Pup” by MirroLure was getting some explosive strikes for Nick this day.
Andy fed some flies to a few Banana River redfish on this drizzly, gloomy day.
Don from Texas didn’t let this windy day bother him. 3″ D.O.A. Cals fooled some redfish and trout on leeward shorelines.
Eric fed this Mosquito Lagoon Black Drum a 3″ D.O.A. Cal in “Arkansas Glow”…a pretty hard thing to do on artificial baits.
Kelly from Canada had a good day and plenty of shots on some tailing and cruising Mosquito Lagoon redfish.
Jeff came to visit friends in Florida and had one thing in mind while he was here which was to catch his first redfish on fly. Mosquito Lagoon offered him lots of opportunities until he finally connected with his first one! Congrats Jeff!
Strategic Anglers Custom Lures is a custom lure company that is owned and operated by one man. His lures are originally hand crafted and specially painted for big game species. I had a chance to test a prototype lure of a smaller version designed for inshore and offshore fish that key in on smaller baits. The “Micros” is designed to mimic finger mullet, sardines, pogies, threadfins, and many other small fin fish. You can custom order any patterns you need for your area from solid black to detailed paint jobs down to the scale. For more info and to see more of his work, check out: www.strategicangler.com
Lastly, I would like to announce that I will be upgrading my 2003 Maverick HPX-T, to a brand new 2014 Maverick HPX-S. The HPX-S is a top of the line technical poling skiff designed for shallow water and stealth. While testing out the protoype HPX-S with Maverick’s president Scott Deal, we took it to the elements in the Mosquito Lagoon. It handles the chop very well while running, a smooth dry ride. On the pole, I was pretty impressed…quiet, straight tracking, spins quietly on a dime and poles very well in the wind. The draft is under 6″ with 2 anglers and gear. This skiff paired with the F70 by Yamaha Outboards was beautiful! Jumped up on plane quickly with the stock 3 blade prop and reached up to 40mph wide open.
I am more than excited to start running my charters in this new skiff because of the soft ride, more deck space, and more dry storage compartments. Stay tuned for updates on the build process of my customized 2014 Maverick HPX-S.
Look forward to seeing some Black Drum showing up along the flats along with schools of Redfish as well. Also as Winter approaches and water clears up, big “Gator Trout” will be laying in shallow water sand holes soaking up some sun.
The Government Shutdown earlier this month has kept me and a bunch of other guides out the Mosquito lagoon for 16 days. During the shut down period, we all had to fish and guide in other areas that were not on National Refuge property. I chose to fish closer to home in the Banana and Indian Rivers which is my backyard. Luckily the fishing in these waters have been pretty good.
Once the Government Shutdown came to an end and the Mosquito Lagoon opened back up, I thought for sure that the fishing would be on fire…but it was not. Full moon, higher and dirty water was what I witnessed in the Lagoon the day it opened, which made sight fishing very tough. Once we get a couple cold fronts, the water should clear up and the fishing should pick up…that’s what I’m hoping for at least. Here are some fish stories before the shutdown and after…
Willy and Alejandra joined me in the Mosquito Lagoon before the shutdown when the water was clean and the fishing was good. D.O.A. Shadtails were working really well for them this day.
Adam with a healthy Mosquito Lagoon redfish on fly.
Tony from South Florida joined me for a half day before the shutdown was officially announced. The redfish were crawling in super shallow water and aggressively taking flies.
George and Darren were supposed to fish the Mosquito Lagoon with me, but the Government Shutdown that was announced the day before kept us from doing so. I had to go to plan B and fish in the Banana River which I haven’t fished in months. Not knowing what were were going to get into, we ended up having a stellar day after searching and searching. Juvenile Tarpon, Trout, and Redfish were keeping them busy this day on both flies and D.O.A. Lures.
The next day while the government shutdown was still going on, Merv and Sarah got into the same action.
Kelly from Ohio caught her first Redfish with me in the Banana River using D.O.A. Shadtails.
Once temperatures cool down a bit, the fishing should get a lot better in all 3 Lagoons. Cleaner water and Schooling redfish is what you can expect in the next couple months. The Trout and Black Drum should pick up as well.
Be on the look out in Coastal Angler Magazine(Brevard Edition) next month for an article of me and how I got started in photography and guiding for a living. I also talk about the decline in fishing in the Mosquito Lagoon and what I think might be causing it.
Now that the dead Summer heat is slowly fading away, the fishing is starting to get a lot better for the rest of September and into October in the Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, and Banana River. Redfish are starting to school up and eating very aggressively on the deeper flats and for those of you that like casting at tailers and single fish like me, you can find them in the skinnier water with thick grass. The topwater bite has been really good in the mornings on flats with a lot of baitfish activity.
Large trout are starting to roam the flats that are loaded with finger mullet, if you happen to catch one of those big breeder fish, please take the time to revive and release those fish so they can keep the Sea Trout population alive. If you were to take a few home for dinner, the smaller ones taste much better anyways (17″-20″)
Here are one of those breeder “Gator Trout” that I caught on a shrimp pattern while fishing with my buddy Capt. Billy Rotne.
Tarpon fishing will be slowing down once the Fall/Winter temperatures start to cool things down a little bit. That doesn’t mean it will shut down, but just not as good as it has been all through the Summer.
Thomas from South Carolina specifically wanted to fly cast at Tarpon all day here in the Space Coast. It took a few bites until one was hooked and landed.
Eric and Dan joined me in the Lagoon again for some redfish action. The bite remained pretty good throughout the day for them. D.O.A Shadtails got the job done for them.
Mike who is a fly fishing guide up north in Portland Maine comes down to Florida a couple times a year to enjoy Florida’s top notch fishery. This was his first time fishing in the Mosquito Lagoon and I think he fell in love. Mike had shots at tailing and cruising fish in super skinny water, watching the fish chase down and engulf the fly right in front of him. You will see more of Mike on the bow of my skiff in the near future! If you are ever in the Maine are and looking to catch some fish, look up Capt. Mike Faulkingham: www.fishportlandmaine.com
Ryan and Darrin’s first time in the Mosquito Lagoon sight fishing. It was a new experience for them, had a tough time making the right casts but they managed to catch a few on D.O.A. Shadtails.
John joined me on the Mosquito Lagoon to freshen up his fly fishing skills. After having a few bigger fish shake the fly out on him, he made sure that this fish was stuck good when it lifted its head out of the thick grass to slam Johns fly.
RCI Optics has released a new frame called the “Spanish House” which is a popular surf spot here on the East Coast of Florida. This frame is more of a “lifestyle” frame but has the same high end polarized lens technology as the fishing frames that they carry. The only place you can buy RCI Optics at the moment is Shady Characters Sunglass Emporium in Cocoa Beach and Indialantic/Melbourne Beach, FL. Or you can order through www.opticflare.com. Call the number on the site and talk to the boys about RCI Optics, they love talking to their customers and will answer all the questions you have!
October is one of my favorite months to fish. The Fall mullet run, cool temperatures, and topwater action is what I think of in October. Get ready for some good fishing in the next couple months!
-Capt. Willy Le
Same story as July….Scorching hot temps and full of Tarpon! I’ve been down in the FL. Keys for most of August for my annual vacation and lobster season so here’s a short report of what went on in the Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, and Banana River in August.
One of those rare days where the Atlantic Ocean was slick calm and the Tarpon off the beaches where happily daisy chaining and laid up on the surface. My buddy Andy and I slipped out for a couple hours to get in on some of the action before the wind got on it.
Here’s a little clip of one of Andy’s fish
Back in the Mosquito Lagoon, the redfish bite has been on and off. We have been having a pretty windy Summer so far which has been making it tough to locate fish, with the hot Summer days, the bite has been early and late in the day. Any flat that has an abundance of mullet should hold both Trout and Redfish so work those areas good. The lures that have been working the best for me are D.O.A. Shadtails, Jerkbaits, and Baitbusters in darker colors like “Golden Bream”, “Silver Mullet”, and “Arkansas Glow”. The flies working best for me are any baitfish patterns in deeper water, and shrimpy patterns in the grass.
Kirk from Texas got his first Redfish on fly with me earlier in the month sight fishing cruising and floating fish the Mosquito Lagoon.
Teran and his son Tag from the West Coast of Florida joined me in the Lagoon this month, Tag was on the fly and Teran backed him up with the spin rod. Conditions were windy and Stormy at times, but we had a small window to see a few fish. Tag had a bunch of shots on fly but no takes. Teran gets a nice one before we had to cut the day short running from a storm.
With Fall coming up around the corner, the fish should start schooling up in big numbers and get very aggressive, stay tuned for September report.
Thanks for visiting NativeFlyCharters.com!
Capt. Willy Le
Fishing this past month has had it’s ups and downs in the Mosquito Lagoon. In the beginning of the month it was fantastic, with tailing and crawling redfish pretty much on every grass flat you can find and they were willing to eat any well presented fly or artificial lure.
What I’ve been witnessing these past few days have been the total opposite, less fish on the flats, and if you do find one, they have been tough to feed which I totally blame the full moon on this one. Hard west winds and early Thunderstorms didn’t make things any easier. Once the moon gets a little smaller, things should be getting back to normal.
The back country Tarpon fishing has been pretty consistent lately. Although most of these fish are very tough to feed at times, the right fly and presentation will trigger the bite.
Mark from Texas got his first ever Tarpon on fly while fishing a half day with me in the backwaters of the Space Coast.
Pete, also from Texas joined me on the Mosquito Lagoon to catch his first ever Redfish on fly. Fish were tailing and crawling in super skinny water this day.
Jeremy and Mike from Missouri fished the Mosquito lagoon for their first time. D.O.A. Shadtails were working well on the redfish during this hot summer day.
Hunter came down from North Carolina to catch his first Mosquito Lagoon redfish, and a perfect one at that.
Eric and Dan got into some pretty good Mosquito Lagoon action with me this week. Redfish , Sea Trout, and baby Tarpon were keeping them busy most of the day on both fly and spin tackle.
Brady from Apollo Beach, FL. got into some Tarpon in the Mosquito Lagoon before our trip was cut short by an early summertime storm.
As long as the winds stay light and the Storms don’t pop up too early, you can expect the fishing to remain good for the rest of the month and into August in the Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, and Banana River.
Capt. Willy Le
The Mosquito Lagoon water level has been low the past couple of weeks and the clarity has been really bad possibly from a brown algae bloom due to high nutrients in the water. That doesn’t mean that the fishing is bad though, it means that you just have to look harder.
Every Summer the Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River and Banana River goes through the same pattern, some years worst than others. I actually prefer to fish in dirty water rather than crystal clear, you don’t see as many fish, but when you do you can get pretty close to make multiple casts until it eats or spooks. I like to use very flashy flies and lures, especially ones with gold flash which reflects more light and you pretty much have to present the fly/lure right in the fishes mouths.
In the cleaner waters which is in the Indian and Banana Rivers right now, there are an abundance of glass minnows and mullet on the flats. Topwater lures have been working great like the MirrOLure Top Dog, Top Dog Jr. and She Pup series. On really calm mornings, I like to use something less noisy so I’ll tie on a D.O.A. Shallow Runner Baitbuster and do a steady retrieve on the surface letting the tail vibrate to top. Redfish, Trout, Snook and Tarpon love that!
These past couple of weeks, I’ve been leaving the Mosquito Lagoon Redfish alone and focusing on Tarpon in the backcountry waters of the Space Coast. Summer time is when they typically show up and most of my clients prefer to target them on fly. I get a lot of clients that are really good fly anglers up North in the small stream but when they come down here, it’s difficult for them to adapt to the style of saltwater fly fishing. I encourage all anglers that want to fly fish in Florida to learn how to double haul your line. That will increase the speed of your cast, the distance, and be able to cast in windy conditions which will increase the chances of catching the targeted species big time.
Andres from Brazil was having a tough time sending the fly out far enough to where the Tarpon were at. Tarpon here keep just enough distance from the boat to barely reach them with a flyrod. After trying for a couple hours with no luck reaching the fish, I set him up with a spin rod and a D.O.A. Baitbuster which he was glad to try. A couple casts to rolling fish, and Tarpon were in the air after that.
Andres also caught a few snook with the fly rod while blind casting against the shorelines.
Matt from South Florida brought his brother Ryan along to introduce him to the world of inshore sight fishing. After he got used to seeing what to look for and casting in the right spot, he started catching them and now he is hooked. Here’s Matt showing his brother how it’s done.
..and here is brother Ryan with his first sight casted Redfish. All fish caught using D.O.A. Shadtails.
Reid and his dad Rudy come up to fish the Lagoon with me at least once a year, they don’t have much sight fishing down in the Palm Beach area so they come up to enjoy some father and son time. Always a pleasure having them aboard and listening to them bust each others balls!
Caleb from Colorado caught his first Redfish in the Mosquito Lagoon while down on vacation to St. Augustine. He witnessed some good tailing action this day
Luke was on a family vacation to Ormond Beach and wanted to scratch a Redfish on fly off of his bucket list. He did just that and caught a few more on top of it on a half day. I’d say that’s pretty good for not having much experience sight fishing for Redfish!
Stuart from North Carolina was pretty excited to catch his first tailing Redfish this day in the Indian River lagoon using a D.O.A. Shadtail.
On June 13th, I was invited to fish a fly only Invitational Tarpon tournament in the Brevard County area. The 2nd annual “Chase for the Chalice” is all for charity and Tarpon research. All of the money went to a German Shepherd rescue of Central Florida and all the tarpon caught and released needed to be swabbed for DNA for research. It was all great times with a great group of anglers and guides for a good cause. My good buddy Honson Lau from Miami came up to fish with me in this event. We ended up getting 1st place with our names on the Chalice that will be showcased at Harry Goodes Outdoor Shop in Melbourne, FL.
Right now from what I’ve been witnessing on the water lately, anglers will have a very good chance at chasing a Grand Slam on fly this Summer. That’s catching a Redfish, Sea Trout, Snook and Tarpon all in the same day which is a great accomplishment!
-Capt. Willy Le 321-303-7805 email@example.com
You can definitely expect some good fishing for May in all 3 Lagoons. Finger mullet and glass minnows are now loaded up on the flats and firing up the fish that feed on them, which means good topwater action! Redfish, Snook, Trout, Jacks, Lady fish, and even Tarpon can be found around these baitfish depending where you are.
Speaking of Tarpon, they should be showing up off the beaches and in the river system in big numbers this month. Once the pogies start balling up in the surf and just past the breakers, Tarpon will not be far away. The tarpon that I have been focusing on lately are the backcountry tarpon here on the Space Coast. They do not run as big as the ocean fish, but big enough to make you grunt while fighting them on a 10wt fly rod. They average anywhere from 20-50lbs with some bigger ones in the mix. Catching these fish on fly is not an easy task, but I figured out how by learning a few tricks from Tarpon fishing in other parts of the state which seems to work well here.
Here’s a video of a few Tarpon I got while by myself after hours of switching techniques and flies to see what these fish like.
While on the topic of Tarpon, here are some photos of a recent trip down in South Florida fishing with my buddies Capt. Honson Lau and Capt. Jeremy Alderman of www.purpleisleflyfishing.com
Of course the Mosquito Lagoon Redfish and Sea Trout bite remains strong. The water level from now throughout the Summer should be higher than what we have been seeing this past Winter and will get dirtier as the months go on due to the rain patterns we will be seeing more of.
Redfish will be more spread out and probably hiding from those anglers and “guides” that like to do high speed circles in productive flats in hopes of bumping up the schools aka “The lazy way” which puts a lot of pressure on these fish. I would much rather peacefully pole a flat for miles and give my clients the full on Mosquito Lagoon fishing experience finding a school of happy redfish milling around, some single tailing/cruising fish, and laid up Trout here and there rather than buzz around like a race car driver from spot to spot, then stop and chase high speed schools all day with a trolling motor trying to keep up with them. There’s a good reason why those schools are swimming away at warp speed. I have nothing against that style of fishing, but when I’ve been poling a flat for hours slowly trying to sneak up on fish and these boats come flying by close enough to know who they are and spooking every fish around me, then decides to do circles in a cove where I was heading spooking every fish in there but not enough for them to stop and fish, moving on the next flat to buzz around hoping to bump up a hundred fish…that definitely ticks me off as well as the clients on my boat that were waiting patiently to cast at the next tailing fish that pops up.
Some people like to fish that way and some people do not, most of my clientele would prefer the push pole technique which I am extremely happy to do all day long.
Ben Wolfe who owns a few guide services up in Michigan booked me for a couple days to relax and get some fly fishing in which he does not get to do much. We had to deal with rain on the first day but had a small window of sunlight which was all we need to hook up with Ben’s first ever Redfish, and a big one at that.
The next day we had to deal with a little wind but at least the sun was out and Ben had a great day catching multiple Redfish on fly.
Mikey and his cousin Billy from Boston got some good Redfish action both on spin and fly.
Chance and Austin joined me on their first trip to Mosquito Lagoon. They had a great time sight fishing Redfish using D.O.A . Shadtails.
Edwin was in town from Panama and decided to spend a day fly fishing in the Mosquito Lagoon for his first time. After a quick lesson on how to present the fly in certain situations, he landed a very nice Sea Trout that was laying in a sand hole. He also caught plenty of Redfish as well.
Mike who is an avid Lagoon kayak angler had a buddy Henry who is visiting from New Jersey. Mike wanted to put Henry on a Redfish on fly so he gave me a call to see if I can make that happen. After catching a few on the spin rods in the morning then having plenty of shots with the fly rod with no luck, it all came together towards the end of the day when Henry made a perfect cast at a Redfish cruising the shoreline looking for an easy meal.
Dave Stewart with a super windy Sea Trout on D.O.A.’s new Air Head lure.
I managed to get out to fish for myself and to test out some new flies that I’ve been tying for late Spring/Summer fish since they will be keyed more on baitfish.
Thanks for visiting NativeFlyCharters.com, I hope to get out on the water with you one day and get you your first redfish on fly!
Capt. Willy Le
As I sit here in front of the computer writing this report, I had canceled a trip today while a client and I were waiting out the storm that rolled through early this morning. We did have a small window to get out late morning but the winds were gusting 30-40mph and a bigger storm was supposed to roll in this afternoon which I thought was not enough time and definitely was not safe conditions to get out so I decided to cancel the trip. Safety is way more important than money.
If you can find a day that’s not windy or storming to get out and fish the Indian River or Mosquito Lagoon, then the fishing should be pretty good. Schools of redfish are still around and with the water temps warming up a bit, more singles should scatter the flats which I prefer to fish rather than large schools.
Lots of big sea trout are still lurking the sandy areas and have been taking well presented artificials and flies really well. I’ve been impressed with the numbers of big sea trout that I’ve seen this year.
Don Thomas – a well respected author, outdoor journalist, and photographer from Montana is a doing a piece on the Mosquito Lagoon for a couple fly fishing magazines. Here he displays a smaller fish that beat about 5 bigger fish to the fly, it was crazy watching them fight over it. His wife Lori took some great shots this day. To learn more about Don visit his site: www.donthomasbooks.com
Dale and Robb from Vero Beach, FL. had a fun day catching schooled up and tailing redfish along with some nice trout on D.O.A. shadtails.
Phil from Michigan had to deal with chilly Florida conditions the day after a cold front, fishing was a little tough in the morning, but once the sun heated things up a bit the bite turned on.
Matt and Bill from Oregon had an excellent day catching a bunch of redfish and trout on both fly and spin tackle. This was their first time ever fishing in saltwater.
Tony and Cori from Milwaukee had a fun half day on the Lagoon.
Martin from S. Carolina proudly shows off his biggest Sea Trout to date. A bunch of these came to the boat along with some mid slot redfish.
13 year old Marlin Wakeman and his dad Rufus from Jensen Beach, FL. joined me to try and get Marlin on his first sight casted redfish. Marlin got his wish and also got his biggest redfish to date.
Alissa from Tampa, FL. is now hooked on the Mosquito Lagoon, she has been having some great success sight casting to tailing and cruising redfish using D.O.A. Lures.
She also sight casted her biggest redfish to date using a D.O.A. Baitbuster, what a treat to watch this fish do a 180 on the lure and engulf it right in front of us.
same fish different view
-Capt. Willy Le 321-303-7805 firstname.lastname@example.org
The month of February has been a busy month for me, not just with charters but with the Miami Boat Show followed by the Salty Fly Tournament in Ruskin, FL. over on the west coast. I’ll begin with the fishing report in the Mosquito lagoon.
The fishing in the Lagoon has been very good! Large schools of redfish along with black drum are pretty much spread out throughout the Lagoon system. Some days they will be mellow and happily eat flies and artificials, some days they will be moving so fast you can’t even get close to them. Some nice Trout can be found laid up in shallow sandy areas during the mid day sunning themselves, you gotta be stealthy to sneak up to these fish before they see or hear you approaching, otherwise they will be long gone before you can get a cast at them. After these last couple cold snaps that we will have and as Spring approaches, the fishing will get much better.
Scouting for my upcoming trips, I found hungry schools of upper slot redfish that were taking D.O.A. Shadtails in the “pink ice” color reeled on the surface. Watching them strike a lure or fly on top is an amazing sight.
Kyle and his dad Kevin joined me on a windy and chilly day which made it tough to sight fish. Blind casting to fishy looking areas paid off for the two and both landed plenty of good sized sea trout and some slot sized redfish on soft plastic lures.
Anthony from Texas got his biggest redfish on fly out of a school of about 20-30 fish. Windy conditions made it tough to stay on top and make casts to the schools but one perfect cast was all that was needed to get the bite.
Dave Mcleod from D.O.A. Lures and his buddy Seth came up from Stuart, FL. to test out D.O.A.’s new Airhead Lures in the Mosquito Lagoon. We found out that big Trout love them! For more info on D.O.A. Lures new Airhead baits and others, visit: www.doalures.com
Of course the trusty ole D.O.A. 3″ Shrimp did the trick as well on bigger Redfish and Black Drum.
My buddy Billy Rotne invited me to hop aboard his skiff to search for some larger redfish that should be showing up around Spring time. We found schools of all sizes, the bigger ones were hard to feed but I managed to get a decent fish to eat first thing in the morning.
Maverick Boat Company revealed the new and improved HPX-17V flats skiff at the Miami Boat Show this year. They were generous enough to let Capt. Honson Lau and myself use it to fish the Salty Fly Tournament in Ruskin, FL. put on by Sam Root of SaltyShores.com. The HPX-17V II performed perfectly in the rough chop and some shallow water areas. This is one of the best technical poling skiffs on the market with it’s smooth ride, shallow draft, and great poling capabilities. The Salty Fly Tournament was the 3rd year that I have fished the event and every year it keeps getting better and bigger. Big sponsors were involved including Hells Bay Boatworks, G.Loomis, Simms Fishing Products, Yeti Coolers, RCI Optics and much more. To learn more about the tournament and to see the results and photos of the events visit: www.saltyflytournament.com. To learn more about the new Maverick HPX-17V II visit: www.maverickboats.com
Hells Bay/G.Loomis poling and casting challenge at the Salty Fly Tournament.
One last thing. Pick up the latest issue(March/April) of Florida Sport Fishing Magazine and check out the article I wrote on tailing redfish. I reveal some of my secrets on how to approach and catch them.
Also, I am proud to announce that I am the newest addition of Simms Fishing Products Ambassador Team. I’ve been a big fan of Simms Products for a while and am honored to be on the same team as some of the best guides in the world! Visit the site and check out their great gear from waders, rain gear, sun protective clothing, shoes, back packs, and more at www.simmsfishing.com. If you go to the search for guides section, you can search for a Simms Pro Guide in any area you plan to travel or by any species you want to catch. Here is my profile.
Thanks for visiting my blog/reports…until next time!