Tag Archives: Florida Panhandle
Really enjoying the time leading up to Tarpon season in Northwest Florida with lot’s of high pressure and a perfectly clear atmosphere. I spent the morning cruising up in some of the many rivers we have here to have a look at the abundant wildlife enjoying the weather as I did. The air temp was 60 degrees but in the sun it was much warmer as you see the Alligators were covering all sun lit banks. I had many opportunities at Night Heron’s of both species the Black and Yellow Crowned. I noticed the water temps are rising nicely so it won’t be long now. Enjoy the pics! Capt Doug Henderson
We have had a nice push of migratory (west bound) fish this week. These fish are fresh and eating our clients fly’s very well. Summer time Tarpon season is officially here in Northwest Florida. It’s going to be a great summer of fly fishing for Tarpon! Check out this Big girl above and several other fish bounced in the last few day’s!
The summer Fly Fishing season is really heating up as the Tarpon have started there summer migration. We have been getting really good shot’s lately with some great weather and plenty of fish willing to eat. Looking forward to a great summer here in Nortwest Florida.