As the weather continues to warm, we are starting to see the beginnings of tarpon pushing into the basins in the backcountry across the Keys.
I have heard reports of fish laying up in Big Pine, around Key West, and in the harbor and channels surrounding the lower Keys. As this current warming trend continues, the evening/night fishing will finally be available to our anglers.
We have a slight cold front moving through on Saturday which looks as though it will cost us about 5 degrees (f) of air temperature, though the water temperatures are increasing and I think the fishing will be relatively unaffected by this slight decrease in air temp.
Stay tuned for a report following my trip on Saturday night fishing for tarpon–hopefully, we will have some photos to show you!