September and October are just around the corner, and so is some of the best fishing in Islamorada and the Everglades.
We consider September and October to be two of the best months of the year for tarpon, permit, bonefish, snook, and reds. After the Labor Day rush, things begin to settled down, the temperatures gradually begin to drop 5 -1 0 degrees, and the fishing cranks up.
If the Fall of 2014 proves to be as good as the Fall of 2013, we will be in for an incredible season on the water to close out our year. The last two weeks of September 2013 and the first two weeks of October were phenomenal on permit and bonefish around Islamorada, and the tarpon, snook, and reds were plentiful in the Glades. Best of all, there's no one on the water.
If you have been contemplating a getaway to fish Islamorada or the Everglades, consider the Fall months, and you will be in store for some of the best action you have ever seen in the Keys.
Contact Blue Moon Expeditions today for more information on Fall getaways, and how you can make the most of your next vacation in the Florida Keys.