Heading out for another father son FIRST Miami Fishing tarpon Trip. Just as the sun was going down over Haulover Park and the inlet we marked the first pod of Tarpon. We put out a spread of mullet to be slow trolled around the area and it didn’t take long before the mullet was getting harassed from below. The Tarpon had found our mullet and were starting to try to eat it and causing the water boiled as the tarpon missed each inhalation of the mullet. As soon as it got dark and we approached the area around the inlet...
What a Miami Tarpon Fishing Trip to remember! We went 4-8 Tarpon with the biggest of the night tacking off so fast we had to go on plane to catch up! We hooked several nice small Tarpon and a much larger fish that took us from the beach and through the inlet into the Turning Basin of the Port of Miami
@fishthumb spent an afternoon with me getting his first peacock bass and 7 large mouth then we spent the evening chasing the silver king on fly. We found our fish as we went 1-4 The fight Was not easy and the fish went around several pilings channel markers as we moved the boat to avoid cut offs. A well deserved photo at the end of the evening.
2/20 short 🎞 Video of the other night....... : Tarpon x 3 : epic day of fly fishing and first tarpon for my good friends of Alaska fly fishing guide fame @hulaoutdoors @tightlines802 and Scott Rose @scottrosefishing (very well know Peacock bass guide here in sofla) The combined skills on the boat was insane!! First casts turned into first Tarpon, in fact, everyone got a Tarpon. Back to back to back! Thanks guys for making it look easy!