The june key largo tarpon fishing has still been productive. Not a whole lot of big numbers but have gotten some nice tarpon just about every trip the last week that we’ve tried. Falling tide in the afternoons earlier in the week on the end of our day trips produced fish every day on dead mullet. The last few evenings the tide has been later so on our night trips we’ve caught them, 2 out of 3 two nights ago, and 2 out of 4 last night. Plus even some other big things such as sharks and the elusive mud marlin. If you want to catch some summer key largo tarpon fishing then it’s a good time to go. The day time fishing deep in the everglades has been productive too – that fishery is very good in July and August and not many people fishing then. Drifting live crabs on the evening trips locally around key largo bridges with falling tide should be a good bet through July and often you can find guides willing to go a little later since many of us are not fishing every day and the fishing closer to dark can be a better bet. Give me a call – we’ll put you on some big ones!