Reds in paradise

Headed to the keys on Saturday to meet up with Gil aka Reel esc and do some yellow tailing but the other guys cancelled so we decided to take out his skiff and head out to fish flamingo . When we got to flamingo winds started blowing hard I would say like 20 . Fished first spot but no one was home and with the winds blowing hard I decided to fish a spot that's protected and as I expected we ended with 5 reds which 2 were keepers. Then we headed out looking to try for a quick cobia bite as all of a sudden the winds seemed to die down but no luck . Found a triple tail that dint want to play. Had no more bait so we called it a day early as our next plan was to hit island grill in islamorada for cold beer and tuna tacos. Here are some pics of the day in paradise..
09 Beavertail BTX
1999 18 Dolphin backcountry

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  • ultraplayer26ultraplayer26 Posts: 814 Officer
    Sweet dude. Nothing like having Flamingo as a backup plan.
  • flatsstalkerflatsstalker Posts: 469 Deckhand
    Sweet dude. Nothing like having Flamingo as a backup plan.

    nothing like flamingo
    09 Beavertail BTX
    1999 18 Dolphin backcountry
  • Lostmen DanLostmen Dan Posts: 75 Greenhorn
    Brutal wind! Headed down to the isle thursday night or friday to play with those damned megalops that are in town on vacation.
    30 years old, fishing Flamingo for 31 years

  • DavdconsDavdcons Posts: 1 Greenhorn
    Nice Reds,
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