Homestead Fishing Reports

Fishing reports from Homestead, Florida, Late November 2022

Fishing report from Alex Z. in Homestead, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Alex here.

    Fishing live bait in Biscayne bay for tarpon, yellow jacks, mangrove, mutton snappers and groupers has been great, with a good chance to take plenty of fish home to eat. The easy availability of live bait is what makes these trips successful. That will change as soon as we start getting cold fronts that cool the water off, and push the bait fish to deeper water. During nice weather days, bonefishing in Biscayne bay can be awesome with lots of shots, and the biggest fish of the year, from now through spring. Flyfishing and light tackle in the Everglades for snook, tarpon, sea trout and redfish has been very good, and will continue fishing well, depending on the fluctuations of weather and cold fronts activity.
    Fishing live bait in Biscayne bay for tarpon, yellow jacks, mangrove, mutton snappers and groupers has been great, with a good chance to take plenty of fish home to eat. The easy availability of live bait is what makes these trips successful. That will change as soon as we start getting cold fronts that cool the water off, and push the bait fish to deeper water. During nice weather days, bonefishing in Biscayne bay can be awesome with lots of shots, and the biggest fish of the year, from now through spring. Flyfishing and light tackle in the Everglades for snook, tarpon, sea trout and redfish has been very good, and will continue fishing well, depending on the fluctuations of weather and cold fronts activity.
    Fishing live bait in Biscayne bay for tarpon, yellow jacks, mangrove, mutton snappers and groupers has been great, with a good chance to take plenty of fish home to eat. The easy availability of live bait is what makes these trips successful. That will change as soon as we start getting cold fronts that cool the water off, and push the bait fish to deeper water. During nice weather days, bonefishing in Biscayne bay can be awesome with lots of shots, and the biggest fish of the year, from now through spring. Flyfishing and light tackle in the Everglades for snook, tarpon, sea trout and redfish has been very good, and will continue fishing well, depending on the fluctuations of weather and cold fronts activity.
    Fishing live bait in Biscayne bay for tarpon, yellow jacks, mangrove, mutton snappers and groupers has been great, with a good chance to take plenty of fish home to eat. The easy availability of live bait is what makes these trips successful. That will change as soon as we start getting cold fronts that cool the water off, and push the bait fish to deeper water. During nice weather days, bonefishing in Biscayne bay can be awesome with lots of shots, and the biggest fish of the year, from now through spring. Flyfishing and light tackle in the Everglades for snook, tarpon, sea trout and redfish has been very good, and will continue fishing well, depending on the fluctuations of weather and cold fronts activity.
    Fishing live bait in Biscayne bay for tarpon, yellow jacks, mangrove, mutton snappers and groupers has been great, with a good chance to take plenty of fish home to eat. The easy availability of live bait is what makes these trips successful. That will change as soon as we start getting cold fronts that cool the water off, and push the bait fish to deeper water. During nice weather days, bonefishing in Biscayne bay can be awesome with lots of shots, and the biggest fish of the year, from now through spring. Flyfishing and light tackle in the Everglades for snook, tarpon, sea trout and redfish has been very good, and will continue fishing well, depending on the fluctuations of weather and cold fronts activity.
    Fishing live bait in Biscayne bay for tarpon, yellow jacks, mangrove, mutton snappers and groupers has been great, with a good chance to take plenty of fish home to eat. The easy availability of live bait is what makes these trips successful. That will change as soon as we start getting cold fronts that cool the water off, and push the bait fish to deeper water. During nice weather days, bonefishing in Biscayne bay can be awesome with lots of shots, and the biggest fish of the year, from now through spring. Flyfishing and light tackle in the Everglades for snook, tarpon, sea trout and redfish has been very good, and will continue fishing well, depending on the fluctuations of weather and cold fronts activity.
    Fishing live bait in Biscayne bay for tarpon, yellow jacks, mangrove, mutton snappers and groupers has been great, with a good chance to take plenty of fish home to eat. The easy availability of live bait is what makes these trips successful. That will change as soon as we start getting cold fronts that cool the water off, and push the bait fish to deeper water. During nice weather days, bonefishing in Biscayne bay can be awesome with lots of shots, and the biggest fish of the year, from now through spring. Flyfishing and light tackle in the Everglades for snook, tarpon, sea trout and redfish has been very good, and will continue fishing well, depending on the fluctuations of weather and cold fronts activity.
    Fishing live bait in Biscayne bay for tarpon, yellow jacks, mangrove, mutton snappers and groupers has been great, with a good chance to take plenty of fish home to eat. The easy availability of live bait is what makes these trips successful. That will change as soon as we start getting cold fronts that cool the water off, and push the bait fish to deeper water. During nice weather days, bonefishing in Biscayne bay can be awesome with lots of shots, and the biggest fish of the year, from now through spring. Flyfishing and light tackle in the Everglades for snook, tarpon, sea trout and redfish has been very good, and will continue fishing well, depending on the fluctuations of weather and cold fronts activity.
    Fishing live bait in Biscayne bay for tarpon, yellow jacks, mangrove, mutton snappers and groupers has been great, with a good chance to take plenty of fish home to eat. The easy availability of live bait is what makes these trips successful. That will change as soon as we start getting cold fronts that cool the water off, and push the bait fish to deeper water. During nice weather days, bonefishing in Biscayne bay can be awesome with lots of shots, and the biggest fish of the year, from now through spring. Flyfishing and light tackle in the Everglades for snook, tarpon, sea trout and redfish has been very good, and will continue fishing well, depending on the fluctuations of weather and cold fronts activity.
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