11/8/13 November fishing in Key Largo

November fishing in Key Largo is heating up with the cooler weather. We’ve started getting our fall/winter winds – north/north easterly. This has pushed lots of bait our way, pilchards which we use for snook and other species in the backcountry. We’ve been getting some nice snook as of late off the mainland. The last couple days also we got into some big schools of redfish.

Both days we caught 50+ reds, many slot size and some over too! It’s been amazing watching them on the bottom of the tides in the creeks we fish. They are tailing in areas, stuck waiting for the incoming water. Once it starts in, it’s a fish every cast! If your looking to go fishing in key largo this november, looks us up.

It’s a short drive to where we depart from, and we offer a wide array of fishing opportunities.

rick@keylargofishingreport.com

About Capt. Rick Stanczyk

Florida Keys Fishing Captain born and raised in Islamorada, FL!
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