Fishing In The Florida Keys On Hold Post Irma

As everyone knows Hurricane Irma slammed into the Florida Keys on Sept.10, 2017. My home island of Big Pine Key was hit hardest. The world as we knew it changed that day, but I am happy to report the cleanup and rebuilding process is underway already. To live in a place like the Florida Keys you have to be an independent, strong person. Rest assured we will come back stronger than before. We have a deep love for all things water and, unfortunately the price of paradise is occasional hurricanes. This wasn’t the first and won’t be the last. To donate to the relief effort visit the Florida Keys relief fund

Florida Keys Fly Fishing Report Sept.

I suspect we will be fishing again by mid October at the latest. Visitors will bring a much needed stimulus to the Keys economy.The fall brings the best bonefishing of the year and some fantastic permit action. To book a trip this fall give me a call at 305-340-9863. We will be in front of tailing permit in no time my friends. May God bless the Florida Keys and thank you for your thoughts and prayers.

Capt. Brandon Henley