Seasons on the Flats: An Angler's Year in the Florida Keys
Migrations of fish, the rise and fall of tides, and weather changes through the year affect fishing in the Florida Keys. Bill Horn offers both how-to tips for each season of the year and first-hand experiences recounted in detail. 45 B&W photos, 16-p. color section with 35 photos, 12 B&W illus, 3 maps; 6x9 inches, 160 pgs.
Silver tarpon cruise transparent waters in spring. Black-tailed permit return from offshore spawning in summer, and fishermen aim for the Grand Slam—catching a permit, tarpon, and bonefish on the same day. Cooler fall weather puts big bonefish on the flats and gives you one last chance for laid-up tarpon. Includes key’s color and history, geology, ecology, and seasonal foods. Illustrations by Bob White.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Bill Horn was Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Fish, Wildlife and Parks under President Reagan. He served on the National Academy of Sciences Everglades restoration review committee and is a veteran Keys angler, having started his angling career there in 1954. He lives in Falls Church, Virginia, and Marathon Key, Florida.
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