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Nasty cold weather and hot fishing

Biscayne Bay and Flamingo Fishing Report

                          Cold Weather and Hot Fishing

                                     January 11 2010


  I actually wrote “its frickin cold” on my windshield this morning in the ice!

29 degrees when I woke up!!

  This was not a good weekend for a lot of fish up in White Water Bay as there is a ton of fish floating. Capt. Rich Smith reported there are Snapper Ladyfish and some real big Snook that unfortunately did not survive the cold. So there was a big fish kill to the north. Out in FloridaBay I fished Friday and Saturday and water temps were in the mid 50s and did not see 1 fish that was dead. I think because of the good current flow to the west side of the park.

 On Friday Joe and De Jay Cothern caught 35 plus Redfish and many Large Trout up to 5 pounds with a mix of some nice Sheephead in the creeks, they were caught on jigs tipped with shrimp. On Saturday the worst day possible Jeff Bodem fished with me for a short time in the nasty conditions and caught 10 nice Redfish before we called it quits.

 I will be fishing Biscayne Bay tomorrow for Mutton Snapper in the finger channels and will report on that in a couple of days.

I am anticipating Bonefish frenzy this weekend when the air temps will be in the 80s to warm us up some, I will be on that also.

With a nice warming trend the rod bending action should get red hot until the next major cold front.


                    Wear wool and stay warm

                          Capt. Jim Hale



Capt. Jim Hale
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