Among the many sea dwellers that prove to be a challenge, the tarpon is certainly among them. In fact, anglers can spend their entire lives perfecting their tarpon fishing technique due to the fish’s unpredictability and stubbornness.
Tarpon is known for its aerial acrobatics, but if you want to see it in action then it’s important to know when and where to look. Here in Miami, the fish is most active during the months of January through May, and they start to dwindle after July. Some spots where you may be able to catch them include Government Cut and Haulover Inlet.
Mullet and small crabs make for good tarpon bait, but runs of shrimp that often occur during the winter will certainly work. Tarpon feeds at all hours of the day, but if you’re intrepid enough to go fishing at night, the fish becomes less wary because it won’t be able to notice the fishing lines due to the darkness.
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