BISCAYNE BAY EVERGLADES FLORIDA KEYS LOUISIANA
If you have ever wanted to fish the Flats of South Florida or the Marshes of Louisiana Capt Jerry Perez can make it happen for you! Whether you just want to go out and learn how to fish or you want to Challenge your skills against your dream fish join me on an adventure you will never forget in an environment that will take you away from it All!
WHERE WE FISH
SOUTH FLORIDA & LOUISIANA
LOUISIANA THE LAND OF GIANT REDFISH
BULL REDFISH (October-December) Fly Fishing & Spin Fishing
There are few places that still have that wild feel to them and the Louisiana marsh is one of them its one of the last fishing frontiers in the U.S. The land of giant Redfish with the number of Bull Redfish that move into the marsh during winter months where water levels drop and can be gin clear making sight fishing Redfish a real treat among other species like black drum and sheepshead that also readily eat a well placed fly or lure. I am in Louisiana from October through December.
FISHING IN SOUTH FLORIDA
BISCAYNE BAY FLAMINGO FLORIDA KEYS
TARPON SEASON & MORE...
Everglades Tarpon (March-April)Best times Fly & Spin Fishing
Keys Tarpon (May-July)Best times Fly Fishing
All Around Fishing (Jan-Sept) Fly and Spin Fishing
Ten o'clock sixty feet here come a string of Giant Tarpon High and Happy or A glass calm morning on Dawn Patrol rollers everywhere listening to the classic "BLOOP" as they gulp air. Tarpon are a fish that drive us crazy and with so many scenarios to fish for them they can test our skills as Anglers, But with the right Guidance we can crack the code for that day so we can have Silver in the air on the end of your line.
Fishing in Florida July-Sept is my favorite time to fish for all that swims in these beautiful waters the best part is there is minimal boat traffic, Multiple Species Available and Great Weather just a short boat ride away. All though the Temps are HOT the fishing is the same. This time of year is my favorite time to purse a Flats Grand Slam Bonefish, Tarpon and Permit.