Tarpon Fishing March 7

The blow continues with relief in sight. Full moon cycle prepare accordingly.

Call 1-305-292-7212 to Learn more about up to the minute tarpon report or book a trip.

Today the weather service has announced that the winds will be coming back to a manageable 15 – 20 starting Thursday. Good new too because we have a ton of people looking to go Tarpon fishing. The weather has been the factor on the slower bite this week. The tarpon are still here but just not super active for a great bite.

As we get into our “normal” tarpon season this week where traditionally the big Gulf tarpon move in and feed during the warmer days we will start to notice the weather not having such an impact. This past cold front only dropped the backcountry water temps 8 degrees.

The Full moon is here. Plan accordingly. If you want the best for a bite on tarpon book in the afternoons and evening. The fish feed all night long on a full moon so the morning bite can be slow unless super overcast conditions prevail, then, a super feed can take place and the fish will be jumping in the boat.

We have openings for your tarpon fishing fun adventure in the afternoons. Call my office 1-305-292-7212 and get on the schedule.

If we see that the bite will not produce for you we don’t hold you to the trip.. Its simple.

About Capt. Steven Lamp
Dr Catcher Is - Capt. Steven Lamp - Owner of Dream Catcher Charters is a veteran Key West fishing guide for flats fishing, deep sea fishing, wrecks and reef fishing, and fly fishing. An expert waterman and licensed captain since 1986. A Veteran of the United States Coast Guard Heavy Weather Search and Rescue, I.G.F.A. Certified Captain and Standing regional board member of The Florida Fishing Guides Association