Tag Archives: Florida Panhandle Tarpon
Late June and early July have proved themselves to be a great time to come and sight cast to monster Tarpon off the coast of Carrabelle, Apalachicola, and Alligator Point, FL. We have been experiencing high numbers of eats (bites) per day with and average of 4-7 fish caught. This continues to happen all the way into August! We have not yet experienced much rain this summer so the water off the Forgotten Coast of Florida continues to be Gin clear! Tight Lines
Finally getting rid of the full moon and the Tarpon are moving back onto the flats after spawning period offshore. A cold front pushed through the Panhandle of Florida for the last five days cooling the water temps to 72 degrees. I observed the fish using the cooling temps as an excuse to push offshore a few days ahead of the full moon. This in turn left the waters of Apalachicola with very few numbers of fish pushing the flats in the last five days rather than just a couple of days as a normal spawning period would. Yesterday was the first day to see fish move back in and they came with great numbers!! We saw over a hundred yesterday but the water was still a bit to cold to bring them eat. Today has turned out to be a whole new ballgame, the water temps were around 76 degrees and the fish were aggressively tracking and eating our fly’s!! I fished out of Carrabelle this afternoon for a few hours and saw over 60 fish and fed 1!! I’ts summer hear on the waters of Apalachicola, Carrabelle, and Cape San Blas and the Tarpon are hear in big numbers!!! Tight Lines
Salted Flats has made it’s way back to the Florida Panhandle for the summer Tarpon season. The water temp come up nicely this year and we are seeing fish local daily!! The weather has been less than desirable the last few day’s but promises to clear the evening and will be perfect for the foreseeable future. The excitement for the Tarpon migration is growing by the moment! Keep an eye on the journal for their will be pics of POON soon!!