Join us for Miami Vise Night Exotics Edition. I will be discussing various ways to target cichlids, the peacock spawn cycles, when and when not to target peacocks, and how to properly handle them, revive and release techniques.
It's time for the 2018 Friendly Flamingo Tournament in Everglades National Park. It's a 1-Day, Catch/Photo/Release tournament with teams competing for most combined inches in Tarpon, Snook, Redfish, and Trout. Only your biggest fish from each of those species will be scored.
We are going on our 6th month of hosting Miami Vise Nights, and I can't tell you enough how appreciative we are of this Miami fishing community and their response to this event.
We're doing it all over again! After a successful turnout at last months Miami Vise Night, we have decided to move forward with the plan for a monthly fly tying night. We had about 50 people in attendance at MIA Beer Co., some tying flies, some just kicking back with a cold beer and talking fishing.
From time to time as I'm browsing through Instagram or talking to some of the guys from around the state, I realize a lot of these cities outside of Miami have a tight-knit community of anglers. Not to say that Miami doesn't have a great fishing community, but at times it feels like our city has so much going on, that unless we're actually fishing, or on Instagram, we don't really interact with each other as much. [...]