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Hi Guys and Girls my poonchaser crew! Here is the Tarpon fishing report from about the end of June through to July 17th here today! last report was the nice Cubera Snapper Run we had. Since that time we have been fising from Miami to the everglades Tarpon Fishing to Jupiter inlet Snook "monster Snook" that congregate there this time of year.


We had a  few great family trips that really produced some good fun and variety. With the kids out of school I have been running family fun fishing trips with huge success finding plenty of fish for everyone. Including a few big ones that gives all the kids a fish of a life time in some cases! These trips are still centered around Snook, that are plentiful this time of year, Tarpon and still leave opportunity for Sharks, Barracuda, Snapper and a variety of fish. follow my instagram for more pics!

The Miami Night time Tarpon fishing has been good. Some of the larger fish have moved out of the area. However, plenty of the small fun sized fish remain around the many dock lights and under water lights around the many Miami mansions. I put together a recap of some of the action since we got back fishing including some of the family trip action in the video below. 

The bite was great for Baby Tarpon the first week of the month and we had some nice hook ups along with the natural beauty of place that is untouched. We have been using the Geenoe to access some remote areas that probably have not been visited in years. This area is a very remote and is more like Eco-Tour trip. Its very easy to see many varieties of birds along the way as well as, a varied amount of flowering air plants hanging from the trees. Passing through these heavily covered mangrove and tree lined creeks gets more majestic as you go deeper into the system. That also goes along with the fishing too. Snook  and Tarpon can be caught along with a variety of fish including Baby Goliath Grouper as seen in the short video below. 






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