Fishing Report : 1/21/2019

Moon – full on the 20th – and quite beautiful with clear skies.  

Tides – High today at 10:50 .     Low at 3:42. 

General Situation: Last week started with some big rain – Tuesday was rained out for fishing. Then the week got really pretty with an easterly sea breeze prevailing. A cold front came in on Sunday. For us – a cold front means a change of wind and cooler temps in the mid 70’s.

Winds: East-Southeast | 5-15 kts, Sea State: Light Chop. By the weekend it was NNW with with gusts up to 25 mph.
Sea Surface Temperature (°f): 81 

Action from our anglers out on the flats this week:


Nice bones caught up on the North side and also down by Congejo – aka Crab Cayes from the boat and wading when they got spooky. 


Several nice permit were landed on the fly. They love that falling tide!


Our resident tarpon were caught on the larger flats and around Mangroves.


Snook, snapper, jacks, and barracuda.

Photo of the week:

Panga and the full moon at Cayo Frances Saturday night.