jrivera wrote: »
Anyone know if these guys ever make it to the Fort Lauderdale and Miami waters in the winter and spring ? Been dying to try at them with some sand fleas or banana jigs but don't know if they make it that far south ?
Surfranger wrote: »
Yes you should be able to catch them thru the next month or two as they transient the inlets. Do not listen to the amateur saying they do not come that far south. Clueless advice, and not even in good intent to top it off.:rotflmao
SouthJetty wrote: »
LOL! Amateur? Before you pass judgement, let me attempt to enlighten you ,Pompano migrate north in the spring when surf/sea temps rise...the "main body" of the fish often travel to South Florida i.e Ft.Lauderdale ONLY when extreme temps up North push them down...BTW...check previous posts on EAST Central/SouthEast Fishing reports--November- January ...proof is in the pudding...multiple limits on Pomps...seems like your the AMATEUR!:grin....Here's a preview:
evernic wrote: »
I have lived in Ftl/miami for 46 years and they have made it to miami EVERY year including this year as far south as haulover inlet.
AndrewS wrote: »
I don't even like pompano fishing, unless it's April on the beach. LOL!