Fishing Report - July 27, 2011 : FlyFish10k
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Fishing Report - July 27, 2011

by Capt. Bill Baldus on 07/27/11

   It has been hot, but not as hot as places way north of here from what I hear. Most days here are in the low 90s, very tropical with a sea breeze and beautiful clouds.

   Summer in the Everglades is incredible, quiet, amazing sunrises, small tarpon, a few redfish and snook on the beach. We have been busy tying some new patterns, writing and adding some new inventory to our store.

   Yesterday Gretchen said,"lets run out to the Cape, we have not been out to the grass flats on Cape Romano in some time". On our way there we detoured to Marker 8 in Goodland for lunch, best oysters anywhere. Right at Coon Key was a big tripletail, at least 10-12 pounds, right in the pass. Two shots, no take before it went down as a boat went by.....

The Cape had fish, fast fish, huge jacks, so hard to lead..   Gert did good...

Just as I turned the boat into the tide, there was the biggest permit we have ever seen, over 20 pounds tipping up along the deep edge of one of the fingers that run the shoal.  Gretchen had a shot, great cast, perfect, wrong fly, no eat...so cool......

Great day with Gert, we will keep you posted,

Capt Bill


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