Archive for September 2011

a storm yesterday

Yesterday a rather large storm sat on Key West for a few hours. Aaron emailed me a few photos he took from his window as the lightning lit things up. It’s beautiful today, and if things go according to plan I’ll have some more fish pictures up tomorrow as the weather might allow some evening…

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Fishing with John and Ted

On Thursday I fished again with Captain John O’Hearn and Ted Margo. On Tuesday, while talking with Ted on the dock, I had dropped my glasses into the water at the ramp, and despite 10 minutes of diving and feeling with my toes on the bottom I had given up hope. Thursday began with a…

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Fishing with John and Ted

Yesterday I was invited to fish with Ted Margo and John O’Hearn. We fished from Big Pine and, despite the intermittent rain showers that plagued us early on, had a great day on the water. When we first got out to the flats, Ted had a shot at a few fish over white sand. The…

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Fishing update/inventory

After inventory, which took a few days and kept me from doing much else besides counting things, Angling Company Reports is back on line. The fishing remains stellar to say the least, and guides are reporting large numbers of bonefish and permit on the flats in addition to the typical groups of smaller tarpon that…

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Fishing in the lower Keys

At the moment, the fishing is off the proverbial chain. I don’t know when it will return to the links, but before it does here’s encouraging you to get out and take advantage of the incredible bonefish and permit fishing that’s going on. Even the snook are getting in on the action, as Tom Beatty…

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Superfly results/report

Yesterday, Cal Collier, Jr. and Captain Justin Rea won the Superfly with a total of 2 bonefish, 2 tarpon, and a permit to round out the slam. Second place went to Mo Smith, fishing with Captain Mark Krowka, who landed two tarpon and three (yup, 3!) permit on fly. The Angling Company would like to…

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Fishing in Key West

I havn’t been out a lot lately, though I’m hearing that the bonefish and permit are around in good numbers, provided you can see them. The cloud cover has been the number one complaint, but when the sun is out or fishing is taking place over white sand the visibility seems to lead to good…

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