If you have spent time on the water and travelled to fish, weather is always a concern. Jupiter is located on the Loxahatchee River which boasts great Snook and Jack Crevalle fishing year round and the waters are extremely sheltered meaning almost never loosing trips to bad weather. Not only is the river a great place to fish, the lakes near by are awesome too. Lake Idah and Lake Osborne are teaming with shad and many species of native and exotic fresh water sports fish to target. If the remote Everglades National Park is on your bucket list, Chocoloskee and Flamingo are with-in reach too. Not to mention, Miami, Biscayne Bay and Key Largo. Dingo's Fishing Aventures is experienced in fishing all of these locations and this year has been one for the books with epic captures in all of these locations. One of the best experiences this year may have been camping in the Everglades National Park fishing for Giant Tarpon. Next year there will be several house boat adventures hosted in the National Park and if this is of interest act fast before these trips are sold out. The list of fresh water, inshore and near shore species caught on flies, lures and live bait this year is extensive. Tarpon, Permit, Common Snook, Fat Snook, Tarpon Snook, Pompano, Redfish, Triple tail, Cubera Snapper, Sheep's head, Speckled Sea Trout, Bonito, King Mackerel, Barracuda, Black Grouper, Mutton Snapper, Mangrove Snapper, Spinner Sharks, Bull Sharks, Jack Crevalle, Peacock Bass, Large Mouth Bass, Sunshine Bass, Clown Knife Fish, Mayan Cichlids, Oscars, Ladyfish, Bluefish and Spanish Mackerel. Captain Jarad "Dingo" Boshammer had the privilege of guiding Rickie Fowler and his private trainer Derick, who both caught Tarpon between 100 and 150 pounds from six hooked in one day. Elite Bass Master Champion Carl Jocumsen boated a few of his largest Snook ever on swim baits. You Tube fishing film maker Jonathan Brooks from Froth Cafe 2 did a cool show top water fishing for Large Mouth Bass and Peacock Bass with Nomad Design lures Chug Norris. With out the support from all of the anglers booking trips this year and sponsors support, none of these epic captures would of been possible. The year is not over yet and there is still time to add some pictures to the 2019 fishing album.
Prime dates are filling up fast so if you want to join Dingo's Fishing Adventures on some of this action call +1(561)245-1997 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are some of the high lights from 2019.