Tarpon Fishing Report Florida Keys March 7th

The Ides of March have shown up and its a bit blustery out there. Winds from 25-35 mph are pushing across the waters of the Florida Keys and making for tough conditions.

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The tarpon bite has slowed a bit. I am not sure if it is from the lack of people actually going out to brave these gusty winds or the fish are put down for a number of possible reasons.

GOOD NEWS>. the weather service has stated that we will be looking at 15-20 for the rest of the week starting thursday and coming down more from there. A welcome reprieve and a great window for you tarpon anglers looking for a shot at the Silver King.

FULL MOON>. Keep in mind during the full moon the morning bite will be slow unless there was massive cloud cover from the night before. At night during the full moon the tarpon can find and eat all night long and in the morning its like force feeding a passed out drunken sailor to get them to eat. So plan accordingly.. Book your tarpon trips for the evening or late afternoon for the best results.

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About Capt. Steven Lamp
Veteran Key West Fishing guide Capt. Steven Lamp has been fishing the waters of the Florida Keys professionally since 1993. Specializing in Flats, Backcountry, Fly Fishing, Wrecks, Reef and Offshore fishing in Key West, Florida. Capt. Steven is also the founder and director of Dream Catcher Charters located in Key West, Florida.