Nice SnookHi this is Capt. Mitch with Reel Chaos Charters with your Saltwater Fishing App report for the backcountry of Key Largo on Friday June 3, 2011

The word for this week is” WINDY”.  It has been blowing like stink all week long, the good thing about the Florida Keys fishing the backcountry is you can always find a place out of the wind to catch quality fish. We have had a great bite on Spotted Sea Trout again this week.  And with the wind this week we have been targeting Snook, and I have to tell you that they are getting real big and real fat.  We been catching them on live bait and lures.  Also still a lot of Tarpon are around, been a bit harder to catch them with it so windy.

The weatherman says the winds going to continue thru the weekend, but will drop by Monday, but you know how the weathermen are, their guess is as good as yours.  We still have a few dates available for June and July, so if want to get out and fish the backcountry and see some great sights, give us a call.

So if you’d like to have some fun, give me a call at 305-587-1150 or check out my website: http://www.reelchaoscharters.,or fish key largo .net  I have two boats available a 21’ Release, that I can take up to 4 people and also I have a 17’ Hells Bay.

So whatever your skill level from beginners to experts, just give me a call and we can put a together  a  fishing package  that will fit your needs.  So until next week tight lines and don’t forget folks, that bananas are bad luck on boats, so leave the bananas at home.

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Hi this is Capt. Mitch with Reel Chaos Charter with your Saltwater Fishing App report for Key Largo on Friday April 22nd

The Big Tarpon are here, at this time they are still on Ocean Side and in the channels leading from the Ocean.  They are primarily eating mullet.

Also the Permit bite is really picking up, they have  been a little hard to find with the high winds that we have had this week. 

This week I have had the honor of fishing with Senator Joe Manchin from West Virginia and 3 of his good friends.  We went to Flamingo, found a great bite of Spotted Sea Trout and just had a really good time.

Sunday and Monday of this past week the winds were less than 5 knots and we found very large numbers of Bonefish in the flat of Upper Key Largo.

So if you’d like to have some fun, give me a call at 305-587-1150 or check out my website: Reel Chaos Charters.com,  I have two boats available a 21’ Release, that I can take up to 4 people and also I have a 17’ Hells Bay.

So whatever your skill level from beginners to experts, just give me a call and we can put a together  a  fishing package  that will fit your needs.

Until next week, tight lines and don’t forget folks, that bananas are bad luck on boats, so leave the bananas at home.

The charter today was great, I took out Bob and Patrick from Pennsylvania. We caught redfish, trout, snapper, and sharks. The trout we caught today were big, nothing under 20 inches. Saw my first tarpon of the season, too bad we couldn’t get them to bite, they were between 100 and 120 pounds. Everything we caught was released to fight another day.  We should have pictures to post in a couple of days.

Great story for you.  I was waiting with another guide this morning for Bob and Patrick to arrive so that we could head out, when the other guide turned to me and said, “Hey, Mitch.  This guy wants to bring contraband aboard my boat.”  So I turned and looked and said “What?  He wants to bring bannanas aboard?”  Sure enough the other guy wanted to bring those horrible fish repellents aboard.  So I told the guy that if he insists on bringing banannas aboard that he might as well not even leave the dock.  The other guide was laughing and told the man to just leave them on the piling because he could promise that they would still be there.  So with a bit of reluctance he left the bananna and they left.

A few minutes later Bob and Patrick show up, and sure enough, in their bags I could see the banannas.  I had to laugh as I told him to just leave the banannas on the piling.  After a few minutes of persuasion they left them next to the other one.  Sure enough, when we got back those banannas were still sitting there.  See, some superstitions really are true.

I am really looking forward to fishing with Bob and Patrick again tomorrow.  I really hope we have another wonderful day on the water.