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July Fishing in the 10,000 Islands, Everglades National Park by Pete Rapps (6/23/2016)
In July, the New moon falls on the 4th of the month and the full moon on the 20th. Expect higher and lower tides around these moon phases.
September fishing in the Everglades National Park by Pete Rapps (9/04/2014)
September is hot and so can be the fishing if you get out early!
July fishing in the ten thousand islands by Pete Rapps (7/06/2014)
Fishing out of Everglades City & Chokoloskee in July.
December fishing in the Everglades National Park by Pete Rapps (12/05/2013)
Be extremely diligent in December and be certain to do your homework by reviewing local tides before planning your fishing trip.
October Fishing in the Everglades National Park by Pete Rapps (9/26/2013)
It may not feel like it just yet, but our first fall month is upon us, and the daily rains will start to diminish throughout the month.
July fishing in Everglades City and Chokoloskee by Pete Rapps (7/02/2013)
Fishing report for the everglades national park out of Chokoloskee and Everglades City FL. Captain Rapps charters and Guides
May fishing in the Everglades National Park by Pete Rapps (5/22/2013)
May is here and the water temperatures are up to the high 70ís - summer fishing has begun!
Chokoloskee, Everglades City, and the 10000 Islands by Pete Rapps (1/08/2013)
January is typically our coolest month of the year. The days when the fronts are absent, the sun is shining, and the thermometer gets up into the mid 70ís, can make for some awesome fishing!
Last week of January, Everglades report by Bob Lemay (1/31/2012)
A very mild winter has fish in the backcountry behaving as though it were early spring....
January fishing in Everglades City & Chokoloskee by Pete Rapps (1/03/2012)
January is typically our coolest month of the year. The days when the fronts are absent, the sun is shining, and the thermometer gets up into the mid 70ís, can make for some awesome fishing!
June Fishing in the Everglades National Park by Pete Rapps (7/10/2011)
We have been fishing the shallow flats in the early morning up until about noon, and then again late in the afternoon after 4:00 until sunset.
Fishing thew the spring in Chokoloskee by Bert Barkus (5/09/2011)
Snook,Tarpon,and Reds have been tough in the shallow dirty water.
Winter winds a blowin by Jeff Legutki (11/08/2010)
Sight fishing in the protected waters of the Everglades
Redfish and Trout Slammed Jigs by Tony Polizos (5/27/2010)
Lee and Indy, Naples, Fl., got into a limit of reds and trout. All of the fish were in the upper slot limit and many more were released.
Snook and Reds by John Pfeiffer (4/03/2010)
Fished the backwaters with good results. This was one of the better trips with nice conditions encountered for some time
Cold Cold and Colder by Corey McMillin (1/14/2010)
Snook and Trout are the best bet on live pilchards on the warmer days and jigs worked slowly over the bottom on the colder days.
Say goodbye to summer by Jesse Karen (12/20/2009)
With a huge cold front coming our summer/fall pattern is about to change!
Grand Slam in the Glades by Jesse Karen (11/12/2009)
Ken and Mike catch Snook, Reds and Tarpon on the cusp of a cold front.
Warming Weather by Jeff Legutki (3/15/2009)
Sightfishing for tarpon, snook, and red fish in the shallows of the 10K Islands and the Everglades. Consistent warm weather triggers great fishing in the Glades.
Launch of www.EvergladesKayakFishing.com by Charles Wright (9/17/2007)
After many years, being part of www.SaltWaterFlyFishing.com and www.ChokoloskeeCharters.com, Kayak Fishing stands alone a testiment to the state of the sport.
Huge Topwater Snuke in the BackCountry by Jesse Karen (8/01/2007)
Big 10,000 Islands Snuke on a Topwater Plug!